• Location: Crosskeys, Caerphilly, NP11 7ZA
  • Subject: Lecturer
  • Hours: Part Time
  • Contract: Fixed Term
  • End Date: 05 July, 2024
  • Salary Type: Hourly
  • Salary Range: £20.49 - £40.30
  • Language: Bilingual

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Hourly Paid Lecturer – GCSE English (Oracy Assessor)

Hourly Paid Lecturer – GCSE English (Oracy Assessor)

Coleg Gwent
Hours to be confirmed at interview

Fixed Term – 05/07/24

Our college values the importance and significance of building the oracy skills of our learners. With oracy being a crucial part of our GCSE English Language course, we are seeking experienced English lecturers who have key knowledge of the Unit 1 Oracy component.

You will co-ordinate, assess and mark learner’s discussion and presentation elements which form part the GCSE English Language qualification. You will liaise with the English Team, course teams and learners to make appointments with learners to conduct their discussion or presentation. You will be expected to assess and grade the learners work and record this on a central tracker.

You will be required to work between October 2023 and February 2024 to carry out the role and expected to work on different campuses during the week to ensure the assessments are completed. Travel expenses can be claimed by the successful candidate.

If you are an experienced English teacher, or someone looking for part-time work, we are keen to hear from you. You should be a qualified teacher and have experience in teaching GCSE English Language and have innovative strategies to engage learners to fulfil their full potential. Experience of assessing GCSE English Unit 1 Oracy is essential.

Very good organisational and communication skills are important to this role, with the ability to meet deadlines and build good relationships with colleagues and learners.

An understanding of assessment for learning and internal moderation quality is also essential.

Applications may be submitted in Welsh and will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.
The College is committed to safeguarding, ensuring the safety and welfare of children and young people. Employment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and registration with the Education Workforce Council if appropriate.
Please note that successful candidates will be expected to pay for the Enhanced Disclosure and registration with the Education Workforce Council (EWC).
At Coleg Gwent we are committed to providing a working environment which embraces diversity and which promotes equality of opportunity. This is underpinned by the Equality Act 2010 and will be adhered to at each stage of the recruitment process.

Our goal is to ensure these commitments are also embedded in our day-to-day working practices with our learners, colleagues, and partners.

We know the most successful teams are the most diverse teams. Equality, diversity, and inclusion provide the very foundation to our culture at Coleg Gwent. We want every individual to feel confident, proud, and able to bring their whole selves to work.

We are committed to being an anti-racist organisation and increasing diversity in the College by removing barriers and supporting all our staff to reach their potential. To ensure an improved representation in our workforce, applications are particularly welcome from minority groups including Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people, Females, LGBTQ+, non-binary and people with disabilities. Together we continue to build a workplace that not only celebrates the diverse voices of our colleagues but also represents the communities we serve.

We welcome applications from candidates who speak languages other than English and everyone regardless of age, marriage and civil partnership (both same sex and opposite sex), impairment or health condition, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, gender identity or gender expression in line with our Equality Opportunities policy. All campuses are accessible and facilities such as prayer rooms are available.

We are a Disability Confident Employer and affiliates of the Black Leadership Group. Key to supporting this work and providing peer support are 6 Board sponsored Staff Networks (Enabled, Men’s Alliance, Women Together, Cynefin, LGBTQ+ and Race Alliance).

What brings us together?

We are committed to building a culture of inclusion that empowers our people to thrive and fosters a sense of belonging.

To support the College in being a respectful community we have an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) steering group. Hear our ED&I Champions talk about why they are so passionate about equality, diversity, and inclusion – Link in attached document.

Your wellbeing matters.

Your wellbeing is important to us. We want to ensure you are able to make the most of the opportunities and reach your full potential. From a programme of wellbeing activities throughout the year underpinned by the Headspace app for all staff which has a diverse selection of meditations that aim to fulfil both beginners and long-time meditators needs and preferences to Partners who are trained mental health champions, to subsidised gym access, we’re determined to create an environment that supports everyone’s mental and physical health.

Benefits for working for Coleg Gwent

We offer a great range of employee benefits – please see attached document

Closing Date: 24/09/2023

Interview Date: 03/10/2023