Engineering Apprentice Trainers are needed for a brand new facility due to open at The Culham Science Park in July 2019.
The Manufacturing Technology Centre is collaborating with the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to train and develop apprentices in a brand-new purpose-built training academy in Oxfordshire. Courses will be delivered by the MTC, replicating the industry-leading Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre on the MTC campus in Coventry. The AMTC has rapidly built a reputation for equipping apprentices not only with core engineering skills but also the latest advanced manufacturing techniques. The environment is both dynamic and engaging, supporting the next generation of highly skilled and agile Engineers.
We are seeking experienced engineering Trainers, Tutors or Lecturers from a variety of backgrounds such as Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Machine Assembly, Mechanical Maintenance and Manual Machining
Duties and responsibilities for the Apprentice Trainer are:
Deliver high quality sessions to learners completing Apprenticeships at Levels 2 and 3, covering various units within Engineering and Manufacturing, such as Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Machine Assembly, Mechanical Maintenance and Manual Machining Classroom / group based delivery, as well as supporting workplace assessments as required. Creation and development of lesson plans, schemes of work and resources for delivery sessions. The successful candidate must be engaging and able to demonstrate energy and passion to motivate / train learners in order to help them realise their potential. Identify learner`s strengths and weakness` through initial assessment and support them accordingly. The successful candidate will be flexible with their delivery methods and be able to adapt quickly to learners needs. Organise and maintain documentation on learners` progress. Keep up to date with changes within the Engineering / Manufacturing sector.
The successful candidate for the Apprentice Trainer roles will:
Technical competence one of the following disciplines Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Machine Assembly, Mechanical Maintenance and Manual Machining. Willingness to achieve a Teaching / Training qualification Ability and confidence to deliver to groups of learners in a workshop setting IT literate including Microsoft Office and Ideally in Learning management systems Be willing to enhance own work-related skills and attend any training courses Have an industry related qualification such as an NVQ level 3 in engineering manufacture or maintenance and above, Ideally with a teaching or assessing qualification Assessor or lecturing/training delivery experience within Engineering highly desirable
As part of our safer recruiting process, all applicants will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check prior to being employed within our apprentice team.
To apply please forward an up to date copy of your CV to Alex Harman.