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Lecturer in Numeracy (opportunities available across Gwynedd, Anglesey, Conwy & Denbighshire)

To work as a member of the Multiply Team to provide, high-quality numeracy teaching, to create effective opportunities for learning and to enable all learners to achieve to the best of their ability.

Deliver numeracy in community venues across Gwynedd, Môn, Conwy and Denbigh.

This project is funded by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund and is all about improving people’s numeracy skills. Adults who don’t already have a GCSE grade C or equivalent will be able to access free courses that fit around their lives – whether that be in person or online, at work or in the evening, part time or intensive – with additional support to meet their needs.

Job Details

Job Reference

CM/249/24

Salary

£20.58 - £31.82 per hour inclusive of holiday pay. Temporary until end of contract (31/12/24)

Place of Work

  • Work location to be confirmed

Holiday Entitlement

There will be an entitlement to pro rata paid holiday in each academic year (1st September to 31st August), which includes pro-rata entitlement of 8 Bank and Public Holidays normally observed in Wales and a pro-rata entitlement of up to 5 efficiency days (please note this can change annually). Annual leave is derived from a pro rata full time equivalent entitlement of 46 days which is included in the hourly rate paid.

Working Pattern

Variable hours per week available including evenings and weekends.

An additional percentage of between 10% - 63.33% (subject to criteria) will be applied to the contracted hours worked to reflect preparation and marking.

Pension Rights

Teachers Pension Scheme

Contract Type

Part Time Hourly Paid

Closing Date

28 May 2024
12:00 PM (Midday)

Our application form is in PDF format. You will need a program such as Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer/device to open and edit this document.

Welsh applications are welcomed. Welsh applications will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.

Application form pdf

How to apply

Applications may be submitted in Welsh or English; any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably or be subject to any delay.

  1. Download and save the application form to your computer/device (e.g. to My Documents or Downloads folder).
  2. Browse to the folder that contains the application form and open the PDF using a program such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.
    Don't open/view it in your browser as you might not be able to save.
  3. Fill out the form, including the equal opportunities monitoring form.
  4. Send your completed application form to jobs@gllm.ac.uk. The post you have applied for should be used as the subject line of your email.

Please contact us by email jobs@gllm.ac.uk should you require any assistance or require further information.

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