Tutor (Electrical Maintenance/Mechanical)

The Hurst Building, Horwich Loco Estate, Chorley New Road, Greater Manchester, BL6 5UE, United Kingdom
Job Description:
1. Tutoring duties in relevant engineering disciplines for youth and adult learners
2. Assess and progress learners through vocational qualifications and technical certificate, embedding functional skills, ensuring timely achievement
3. Carry out planned maintenance procedures in engineering workshops and commission new equipment where necessary, maintain resources, equipment and tools
4. Interview to meet recruitment targets if required
5. Support Manager to achieve departmental targets and Business Plan
6. Contribute to an annual improvement plan for the training centre
7. Attend career and promotional events
8. To provide information to the Engineering administrator on individual learner progress to enable the effective completion of progress reviews
9. To fully comply with schematic planning, lesson planning and evaluation as per procedures
10. Maintain your personal CPD (Continuous Professional Development)
11. To undertake internal quality assurance if applicable
12. Active contribution to business growth
Essential Skills:
• Level 3 NVQ or equivalent in appropriate occupational Electrical area & City & Guilds
• TAQA Assessor or equivalent
• PTLLS/CTLLS/DTLLS/PDE/Cert Ed or equivalent
• Functional Maths, English, ICT Level 2 or equivalent
• Previous years’ experience using occupational skills after completion of training
• Teaching Year 1 students in Performing Engineering Operations (Electrical Wiring, Electronics and Electrical Maintenance)
• Computer literate
• Good customer skills
• Time management skills
• Completing documentation and maintaining records
• Work flexibly
• Willingness to develop new skills
• Confident to communicate at all levels
• Full driving licence and car owner with business insurance
Desirable Skills:
• Health & Safety Qualifications
• Knowledge of the Prevent Duty
• Higher Level NVQ
• IQA
• HNC
• Team Leading/Supervisory experience
• Analytical skills
• Confidence to present in a public forum
Working Hours/Week: 36.5 Closing Date: 05/07/2019