SCOTLAND'S RURAL COLLEGE

Instructor - Engineering

Location
Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway (GB)
Salary
£25,254 - £26,374 per annum
Posted
30 Oct 2020
End of advertisement period
15 Nov 2020
Ref
ASWF/ILM/004/20
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

INSTRUCTOR - ENGINEERING
Permanent
Barony Campus
£25,254 - £26,374 per annum                           Ref: ASWF/ILM/004/20

SRUC (Scotland’s Rural College) is a widely respected higher education and further education institute dedicated to producing specialist research, delivering high quality education and providing comprehensive consultancy services in the rural sector within the UK and beyond. An organisation unique in Scotland and one of the largest organisations of its kind in Europe; we aim to lead the way in innovation and sustainable development in the agriculture and rural sectors at local, national and international levels. 

Are you a service engineer within the agricultural or forestry sector? Are you looking for a new challenge? We are seeking a highly motivated individual to help consolidate and grow SRUC’s engineering education and training provision at our Barony Campus. 

The successful candidate will have proven skills in: the service, maintenance, diagnostics and repair of hydraulic and electronic systems; ability to service, maintain, diagnose and repair engines & transmissions along with other common systems utilised on a range of modern machines; ability to understand and operate a range of machinery in a safe and efficient manner.

Previous experience of instructing techniques is not essential as training will be provided to the successful candidate. Key responsibilities of the Instructor will include: 

•    Contributing to the delivery of education, training and assessment – focussed on a wide range of practical skills as well as classroom teaching;
•    Planning and preparing an engaging, inclusive learning experience to progress learning, working both independently and cooperatively with others where relevant;
•    Maintaining appropriate records of teaching, assessment and attendance and providing educational guidance, counselling and tutorials as required to students;
•    Ensuring that campus-based and work-based learning programmes meet as a minimum the relevant contractual and QA requirements;
•    Ensuring compliance with the policy and guidelines on health and safety in teaching;
•    Working with the Programme Team Leader to help identify opportunities to further develop the academic portfolio to increase student recruitment;
•    Maintaining appropriate liaison with the land-based industries and ensuring that personal skills and qualifications are updated.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Robert Paterson, Programme Team Leader: Engineering by email robert.paterson@sruc.ac.uk. 

For further information and to apply, please visit:     www.sruc.ac.uk/jobs

Closing date: 15th November 2020        


CV’s will not be accepted without a completed application form. 

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