We are looking to recruit a fulltime permanent Agricultural Livestock Lecturer who will be responsible for delivering high quality education and training to our full time Agriculture students. The role will include practical and theory based training in a range of livestock related subjects with emphasis on scientific and technological advances within the sector. In addition you will build strong relationships with employers and key industry contacts to support your teaching.
The ideal candidate will have recent Agricultural experience, be professional, hardworking and a confident team player with a track record of good or outstanding teaching in the sector. Plumpton College offers excellent teacher training and continuous professional development opportunities
As well as a competitive salary, you can also look forward to a great range of benefits including 37 days holiday, membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme, child care voucher scheme and free on-site parking.
With over 3,000 students, excellent resources and a drive for continuous improvement, Plumpton College is actively seeking staff who want to make a difference and be part of the next phase of our development. Recently rated as “Good” by Ofsted, we are seeking ambitious professionals who want to be part of our future success. At Plumpton College we are Ambitious & Progressive, Enterprising, Professional, Supportive and Passionate about everything we do and we want to “be the best we can be” – if you share these values and would like to be part of our growing team then we’d like to hear from you.
To apply please complete an application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it to: HR Department, Plumpton College, Ditchling Road, Plumpton, East Sussex, BN7 3AE. Tel: 01273 890454.
For further information about the role including job description and application form please visit the vacancies section of our website www.plumpton.ac.uk.
Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 11th July 2018 at 9.00am
Interviews will be held: Wednesday 18th July