Job title: Hourly Paid Lecturer in Accounting (AAT qualifications)

Job type: Part-time hourly paid (negotiable hours)

Salary: Hourly rate depending on qualifications: £26.19 or £28.12 plus holiday pay and other staff benefits

Training provider name: West Herts College

Location: Watford Campus

Job details: 

An opportunity has arisen for a qualified accountant to join the School of Professional and Community Learning, AAT teaching team at West Herts College.

They are looking for an hourly paid lecturer in AAT (Accounting) to teach students on programmes running this academic year. These are popular programmes with increasing demand at all levels as the new apprenticeship standards are introduced.

This is an exciting opportunity for a proactive and experienced individual to join the team. The ideal candidate will have an AAT qualification and a recognised teaching qualification, alongside relevant AAT teaching experience up to level 4 on specification AQ2016.  

Candidates will have the opportunity to course-manage certain aspects of the qualification and further develop the online content. You will need to be flexible, organised and proactive in your approach.

You will be expected to support your students on all aspects of their journey; to achieve this you will need to be able to communicate effectively with colleagues across the college.

The provision takes place across Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdays, including evenings.

This is a fixed term position initially until 31 July 2018, and will be reviewed annually in line with course enrolments and demand for the courses from our local communities, which is currently high.

Apply: Please send your full CV to Jobs@westherts.ac.uk or apply via the college website.

Closing date: 16 February 2018

Source: AAT News

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