UBM-2023-2024-852 – Hourly Paid Lecturers – PGCE Secondary Physical Education and Dance
Bishop Grosseteste University
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Secondary, FE and Teacher Development
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Sunday 15 October 2023
The University is seeking to appoint well-qualified and versatile Hourly Paid Lecturers for the Secondary Physical Education and Dance PGCE.
The successful candidates will be supervising school placements and undertaking school visits in addition to some delivery on programmes at postgraduate. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the further development of the subject at Bishop Grosseteste University.
Please note, these are casual, hourly paid positions and we are advertising this position to create a pool of candidates. There is no guarantee of any hours.
Recruitment and appointment of Hourly Paid Lecturers is based on merit and equal employment opportunity principles, with all new Hourly Paid Lecturers being interviewed, either by phone, or in person. A candidate’s suitability is assessed against selection and appointments are offered subject to the candidate meeting the requirements of the role. As a minimum, an Hourly Paid Lecturer must have:
- A right to work in the UK with no relevant work restrictions;
- Relevant first degree and teaching qualifications (PGCE or equivalent);
- Teaching experience;
- Relevant and/or recent academic experience.
The University may appoint professional or industry experts, and where appropriate, academics from other institutions to deliver specific aspects of their teaching. A DBS check and verification of professional membership may also be required where necessary for the role.
Standard rates of pay from the 1st of August 2023 are as follows:
- Standard Teaching Rate: £48.07 per hour
- Placement and Work-based Learning Rate: £37.95 per hour
- Marking/Non-contact Rate: £24.03 per hour
- Instrumental Tuition Rate (Music Modules Only): £34.08
Informal enquiries about the post may be made in the first instance to Zoe Nye (PGCE Secondary Programme Leader on [email protected]
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to Bianca Rumbelow (People Services Business Partner) via [email protected]
Please note, we will only be in touch with candidates who we wish to interview.
Bishop Grosseteste University values people and promotes equal opportunities.
BGU is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment and aspires to remove economic, social and cultural barriers that could potentially prevent people from succeeding.
BGU is a place where diversity is recognised and valued. We want to enable everyone in our community to feel a sense of belonging, contribute, and reach their full potential.
We warmly welcome and encourage applications from underrepresented groups regardless of culture, background, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identities or expressions from the LGBT communities, ethnicity, religion/belief, or sexual or romantic orientation.
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