This week nijobfinder is sharing a selection of the latest education and training jobs across Northern Ireland. Roles include teacher vacancies in Co. Tyrone, Co. Antrim and Co. Londonderry.
South West College is seeking a full time Lecturer in Counselling to provide quality teaching and learning opportunities and contribute to the development, organisation and delivery of the Counselling and Health & Social Care curriculum across the College. The new Lecturer will be required to contribute to developing the higher education provision for Counselling within the college and across the regional sector. This job is based at the Omagh Campus but travel to Enniskillen/Dungannon campuses may be required. This is a one year temporary contract with possibility of extension/permanency.
Salary: £26,537- £33,460
Sullivan Upper School is inviting applications for a Teacher of Home Economics on a temporary, full time basis. The school is seeking to appoint an appropriately qualified individual with the ability, commitment and drive to provide challenging teaching for young people. This post would be suitable for a recently and suitably qualified teacher who could demonstrate high achievement on teaching practice and/or appropriate temporary employment. It is expected that the individual appointed will take up post at the start of the academic year 2020/21 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Salary: not disclosed
Drumragh Integrated College is seeking to recruit a Teacher of ICT/Computing and Business Studies on a temporary full time basis to cover Maternity leave from 1st September 2020. It is essential applicants hold a 2:2 (or above) degree or equivalent Teaching Qualification which has prepared them to teach ICT/Computing as the main subject. Applicants must have experience of teaching ICT to all Key Stages 3-5, experience of teaching Business Studies to Key Stage 4 and experience of teaching Occupational Studies to Key Stage 4.
Salary: £23,199 - £39,498
Lagan College is hiring a Teacher of English on a full time, temporary basis initially for one academic year starting 2020/21. Applicants must hold an honours degree (2:2 level or above) in English, a secondary level teaching qualification as recognised by the Department of Education with English as the main component, experience and willingness to contribute to the extra-curricular life of a school and must be competent in the use of ICT in the classroom to improve quality of learning and teaching.
Salary: not disclosed
The School of Nursing at Ulster University is wishing to appoint a Lecturer in Paramedic Science. Ulster University is developing a full time BSc Hons Paramedic Science course planned to commence in September 2021.The post holder will be involved in the preparation of pre-registration paramedics and nurses in adult and mental health nursing as well as contributing to other undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the Nursing School. The successful candidate will provide subject expertise input on paramedic and pre-hospital emergency medical services teaching and research activities in the School.
Salary: £35,865 - £51,063
Location: Co. Londonderry
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