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£27,478.66 - £35,831.03 per annum pro rata
Post Ref: 6520. Part Time, 27.75 hours per week. Permanent. £27,478.66 - £35,831.03 per annum pro rata.
Attractive benefits for this post include 48 days’ annual leave per year (pro rata) plus bank holidays and the opportunity to join the Teacher Pensions Scheme.
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and values driven Counselling Lecturer to join our ambitious team at Sunderland College and based at the home of our Higher Education provision at Washington Campus. If you are an individual who is passionate about career focussed curriculum delivery and developing outstanding learning opportunities for our learners, then this is the ideal job for you!
You will need to be organised, innovative, a real team player and have a clear understanding of the most effective teaching and learning strategies for this subject area.
The successful candidate will teach across our popular Foundation Degree in Counselling and Access to Counselling adult and Higher Education courses. You should hold both a relevant degree and a teaching qualification and it would be desirable to be BACP accredited (or working towards). You should also have extensive experience of being a counselling practitioner and have a strong theoretical base in humanistic counselling.
Within the personal statement, practical examples of how you fulfil the person specification and examples of both your teaching and counselling practice should be included.
Due to the nature of this post you will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure Check.
To find out more about this great opportunity please visit https://vacancies.educationpartnershipne.ac.uk/ and select the job description and person specification within the Information section.
Please note we will only accept EPNE application forms
All applications must be received by midnight on Sunday 15th August 2021
It is anticipated interviews will be held on Wednesday 25th August 2021
We are working towards equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to PREVENT and safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.