PRACTICAL SKILLS SUPERVISOR - BRICKWORK

Job Purpose

Under the general guidance and direction of lecturing staff the Practical Skills Supervisor will deliver practical sessions to groups of learners within a practical workshop environment. Typically, the Practical Skills Supervisor will be timetabled for up to 1000 hours in each academic year for direct contact with learners and with a minimum of 500 hours per annum of class supervision in a practical workshop setting. Learners recruited to these programmes are usually at NVQ Level 2 (i.e. GCSE Level).

As part of the role the Practical Skills Supervisor will also provide support to lecturers by tracking and assessing learner progress. This would include providing training, undertaking assessment (to include on site assessments) and where appropriate verification of learners’ work to ensure the satisfactory completion of training and the attainment of the qualification pursued. It is essential to the role that the post holder ensures the accurate and timely completion and submission of all appropriate documentation.

Job Details

Job Reference

CL/124/21

Salary

- £26,817 - £28,613 per annum, dependent on qualifications and experience

Place of Work

  • Rhos-on-Sea

Holiday Entitlement

28 days rising to 32 days following 5 full years continuous service, in addition to Bank Holidays and efficiency days

Working Pattern

37 hours per week

Pension Rights

Local Government Pension Scheme

Contract Type

Full Time Permanent

Closing Date

03 Dec 2021 12:00

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.
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  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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