CAW Business School Job Vacancy

Posted: 24 January 2017 at 12:38 pm | Author: Laura Morris

Are you interested in helping us to inspire and make a difference? Join our team here at CAW! We currently have a vacancy for an enthusiastic and committed individual to lecture and assess on our Business School courses.

The position may involve teaching over a range of courses, supporting learners in all aspects of their learning and achievement, as well as the opportunity to participate in student recruitment, careers events and employer liaison.

The successful candidate will have at least a Level 3 subject specific qualification, or relevant experience to demonstrate knowledge at this level in Accounts, Leadership and Management or Coaching.  A qualification relevant to teaching adults would be advantageous and professional registration must be up to date.

This role would be applicable to candidates wishing to work full-time, part-time or on a sub-contract basis.  We welcome applications from those who are already involved in adult education and training or those who are currently employed in business and wish to explore career development opportunities.

To apply please download the job description below and complete the application form. Please send the completed form to Bev Harding bharding@caw.ac.uk. Please also feel free to contact Bev or call 01480 422060 for further details if required.

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Closing date: Tuesday 31st January 2017
Interview date: Tuesday 7th February 2017

CAW Business School was set up by The College of Animal Welfare and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. All successful applicants will undertake a Disclosure DBS Check.

The College undertakes not to discriminate unlawfully either directly or indirectly against a job applicant or one of its own employees. The College is committed to equal opportunities: appointments are open to members of the community on an equal basis.

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