Lecturer in Plumbing and Domestic Heating
Full time, Permanent
Up to £38,624
(Including Market supplement depending on skills, qualifications and experience).
At Nescot College, we are recruiting a Lecturer in Plumbing & Domestic Heating into our modern and easily-accessible campus in Epsom, Surrey. As a Lecturer in Plumbing & Domestic Heating, you’ll be teaching and assessing students which will be delivered in both the workshop and the classroom.
We are happy to welcome applications directly from the plumbing and HVAC industry as support will be made available to gain teaching & assessing qualifications.
What we’re looking for:
The Lecturer in Plumbing and domestic heating needs to have an industry-recognized Level 3 qualification in Plumbing, Gas or Domestic Heating or equivalent. Industry experience and knowledge of decarbonisation technology such as heat pump installation, Water Regulations and Unvented Hot Water qualifications would be advantageous.
The successful Lecturer in Plumbing and domestic heating should have training and assessing experience and knowledge of current standards and frameworks. They should have their A1 Award (or equivalent) and a teaching qualification (or be willing to work towards both of these).
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Teach and assess students at L1, 2 & 3 and apprenticeships.
- Prepare class materials
- Induct students onto programmes
- Monitor students’ progress
- A discounted on-site gym, sports hall, fitness class, osteopathy and day nursery
- 5-minute walk from Ewell East Station
- Discounted Starbucks, Modern hair and beauty salon offering employee discounts
- Free online qualifications
- Free parking on-site
Nescot is graded ‘Good’ by Ofsted following its latest inspection in January 2023. Inspectors rated the College as Good in all 8 aspects. The report recognises that students “enjoy their courses and are motivated to succeed”, and benefit from “highly supportive relationships” with staff.
At Nescot, we’re proud of our inclusive culture and we welcome all applications.
Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and criminal record checks (enhanced DBS clearance).
Interviews will be held as and when candidates apply.