Burnley College are seeking a Programme Leader to join our Foundation and Community Studies division to teach effectively on a range of programmes across the Division’s curriculum.
The successful post holder will hold a recogisned teaching qualification and possess a degree or equivalent level qualification in SEN. You will also have the knowledge of current issues relating to Foundation Curriculum and SEN.
Your responsibilities will include providing outstanding tutorial and pastoral care and to maintain high quality records.
The salary for this post is up to £39,821.
Download the application form from the Burnley College website and give a brief overview of your existing experience to show how you meet the criteria for the post of Programme Leader for Foundation Learning Programmes including SEN. This post closes at 5.00pm on Wednesday 26 February 2020.
Please also see our College Charter which can be viewed from the files tab on the Burnley College website.
Rated Outstanding in the latest Ofsted inspection, Burnley College Sixth Form Centre provides first-class Further Education, University Education, Apprenticeship, business training and adult learning programmes, in the heart of Pennine Lancashire.
At Burnley College, we celebrate the diversity of all our staff, students and visitors. We provide a safe and supportive environment in which everyone is able to study and work to the best of their abilities and we are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all.
The College is dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all learners and expects all staff to share in this commitment. Employment at the College is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check via the Disclosure and Barring Service and any post involving regulated activity will also be subject to an additional barred list check.
This position is open to direct applicants only; we will not accept any speculative CVs from agencies.
Direct applicants should visit the College website for more information on the role and to complete an application form.