Imperial Recruitment

Lecturer of English

Job Title: Lecturer in English
Type: Permanent
College/Department: National Construction College
Salary: Up to £47’500
Hours: Monday – Friday


Purpose of Role

To lead on providing high quality English and Maths education and training for all learners that reflects the specialist knowledge, skills and behaviours required in industry, society and by external awarding organisations

Purpose of Role

The Director of Curriculum is required to provide the inspirational and strategic leadership needed to deliver the highest performance standards. This role is a key member of the senior leadership team of the College, and will be responsible for supporting the implementation of key aspects of the Strategic Plan to ensure the performance of the College to targets. Through leadership, mentorship and support for colleagues they will ensure that people, performance and financial KPIs are achieved.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead curriculum teams to embed the English and maths requirements of the Ofsted EIF into everyday teaching, learning and assessment practice.
  • Lead on supporting new vocational instructors and vocational assessors with specific English and maths support through their induction and probationary period.
  • Provide tailored support for vocational instructors and vocational assessors in the curriculum area who have been identified as having areas for development, related to English and maths through the teaching observation process.
  • Conduct Learning Walks on teaching colleagues to monitor the quality of delivery and the embedding of English and maths in the curriculum area. 
  • Participate in Desk Top Evaluations and quality reviews, supporting managers and the quality team.
  • Lead on delivering CPD sessions to teaching teams related to English and maths.
  • Develop and deliver Personal Development lessons for all learners in the curriculum area.
  • Liaise with Awarding Bodies and End Point Assessment Organisation where appropriate.
  • Plan and deliver engaging and interactive practical and theory lessons, reflecting the specialist knowledge, skills and behaviours required in industry and society and aligned to the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy.
  • Develop high quality and inclusive teaching, learning and assessment resources.
  • Using the results of initial and diagnostic assessments and considering prior learning, provide individualised learning and support to ensure all learners needs are met.
  • Provide all learners with regular written and verbal feedback on their work and performance, so they are able to make future improvements
  • Track and monitor learners progress using the Learner Management System.
  • Develop learners personal, English, maths and digital skills to support them to succeed in society and the world of work.
  • Work closely with the Apprenticeship Development Coaches and participate in the learner periodic review process, to ensue learners and employers are fully up to date with the progress being made.
  • Participate in the learner at risk process and implement strategies to ensure that all learners falling behind are quickly brought back on track.
  • Provide learners with information advice and guidance relating to career progression opportunities.
  • Follow all safeguarding policies and practices and be responsible for fostering a positive, inclusive and safe learning environment where all learners feel safe, included and supported.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all learners work safely and always follow all health and safety rules and regulations.
  • Establish and maintain strong relationships with relevant industry professionals, employers and other stakeholders, to ensure that specialisms are kept up to date.
  • Attend relevant workshops, conferences, and training sessions to keep up to date with changing teaching, learning and assessment methodologies.
  • Always display positive behaviours and attitudes to colleagues and learners.



  • Educated to level 3 or above in English and/or maths.
  • Level 5 teaching qualification (or commitment to achieve within two years of commencing course).
  • Evidence of continuous professional development.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills.
  • Excellent organisational skills.



  • Higher level English and/or maths related qualification.
  • Higher level education related qualification.
  • Experience of delivering English and/or maths in an apprenticeship setting.

For more information please get in touch with Jordan at Imperial Professionals

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