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Make UK – Engineering Tutor – Workshop (Electrical/Mechanical)

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Make UK – Engineering Tutor – Workshop (Electrical/Mechanical)

Engineering Tutor – Workshop (Electrical/Mechanical)

Aston, Birmingham
Competitive salaries and excellent benefits including up to one day’s paid leave each year to undertake volunteering opportunities
Make UK is looking for skilled engineers to join them in providing essential training to the next generation of engineers, passing on your knowledge and experience to secure the future of manufacturing. As a further education provider, Make UK can offer an engaging and motivational workplace where you will provide mentoring and guidance to Manufacturing & Engineering apprentices.

The role will involve developing and delivering further education engineering subjects with qualifications including Pearson BTEC National Diplomas, EAL Vocational Awards, and City and Guilds qualifications. We have many opportunities, including Electrical, Mechanical Maintenance, Lean Manufacturing, and Fluid Power.

Applications are welcome from individuals in the industry looking to move into the education field; training will be provided.

Role and Responsibilities 

  • Develop schemes of work, lesson plans and assessments
  • Develop course materials including handouts and reference materials
  • Deliver training to apprentices and adults
  • Create a motivational learning environment
  • Assess learners’ progress, provide constructive feedback and progress reports

About you

  • Time served apprentice, relevant City and Guilds (part 3) qualification or full Technical Certificate or national Certificate or higher
  • Level 3 (or higher) teacher training qualification (desired)
  • A1 and V1 (desired)
  • Industrial experience combined with knowledge of current industry and best practice standards (desirable)
  • Good presentation and communication skills

SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. It is therefore a mandatory requirement that the successful candidate agrees to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

Individuals barred from working in this sector are reminded it is a criminal offence to submit an application.

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What we do

We stimulate success for manufacturing businesses, helping them to meet their objectives and goals. We empower individuals and we inspire the next generation.

How we do it

We enable manufacturers to connect, share, solve problems and create opportunities together. We do this through regional and national meetings, groups, events and advisory boards. We work at every level to ensure UK Manufacturing performs and grows, now and in the future.