Lecturer/Course Team Leader in Bricklaying

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SALARY: Up to £40,812 per annum (please note, for part time roles, the salary will be pro-rata’d)

JOB TYPE: Permanent

HOURS: Full time – 37


Closing date: 4th April 2023



The NHC Construction Campus is located in the heart of the SG1 regeneration programme, the site offers a wide range of full time and part time construction courses that meet industry need. As an approved CITB CSCS Test Centre we work with major contractors and a range of other stakeholders to deliver training solutions that meet local need and employer workforce planning demands. Our Construction Hub will help transform the region’s economy by providing the construction industry with the skills they need now and in the future.

As part of the established construction team, you will develop and deliver dynamic learning programmes that respond to up-to-date industry practice and meet the needs of learners using a diverse range of teaching and learning strategies. You will plan and deliver bricklaying theory and practical sessions in a group setting to learners of varying abilities.


  • Teachers’ pension scheme
  • Participation in the Group’s performance related pay scheme.
  • For a full outline of benefits, click here



  • Teacher or lecturer with demonstrable experience of delivering outstanding teaching and learning or relevant industry experience.
  • Ability to inspire and engage students to achieve their full potential and a passion for teaching and learning.
  • Awareness of Health and Safety in practical trade areas
  • Awareness of employer expectations in practical trade areas
  • Awareness of coaching, mentoring, and teaching methods.
  • Recent experience of managing behaviour
  • The capacity to question, challenge, analyse and contextualise student performance to ensure success.
  • The experience to know when and how to make interventions to ensure student progress is successful and sustainable.
  • Experience of raising student’s aspirations and ambition through coaching and target setting.
  • Experience of working with both young people and adults within different environments.
  • Experience of creating and delivering effective learning strategies.
  • Excellent organisation, time management, team working and prioritization skills.
  • Highly effective communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal.
  • A degree or equivalent qualification.
  • A relevant teaching qualification or working towards it.
  • Level 2 Literacy and Numeracy and experience of using IT applications.
  • This job description is intended as a general guide to the duties attached to the post and is not an inflexible specification. It may, therefore, be altered from time to time to reflect the changing need of the service, always in consultation with the post holder.


  • Deliver consistently good or better theory, practical and coaching sessions with a bricklaying focus, incorporating an effective range of learning methods that enable outstanding learning outcomes for students.
  • Support students in research activities and provide relevant advice to help them achieve the required outcomes for their independent learning.
  • Support students to develop longer term goals that promote appropriate destination outcomes linked to either employment or future study.
  • Support students to reflect on and evaluate their progress, negotiating personalised short-term targets and tracking and reviewing progress against these.
  • Assist students with the transition into College, including the application, admissions, enrolment, and entry guidance processes and then with their chosen progression route, including the preparation of references.
  • Develop a positive working relationship with students, particularly in respect of their conduct and behaviour.
  • Liaise with curriculum colleagues and other support services to monitor and review individual student attendance, progress, and achievement, identifying possible barriers to effective learning and ensuring appropriate intervention to help them overcome these barriers.
  • Support students to participate in work experience whilst negotiating an appropriate placement with internal colleagues.
  • Develop and maintain an up to date knowledge of College course provisions and avenues of future progression.
  • Deliver enrichment and enhancement activities, including accompanying students on external visits and residential trips.
  • Support the promotion of courses and the recruitment and enrolment of students
  • Ensure effective assessment of students to help to ensure that learning meets individual needs.
  • Maintain a safe learning environment by supporting students in understanding how to keep themselves, and others, safe and notifying management of any risks.
  • Promote the fundamental British values of democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; the mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
  • Utilise a wide range of teaching and learning tools to create and plan interesting and engaging learning opportunities.
  • Deliver outstanding learning, using creative learning strategies that will inspire and engage students to reach their full potential.
  • Provide students with academic and pastoral support to help them achieve their goal.
  • Mark and assess students’ work, providing feedback that supports students to improve.
  • Take responsibility for the progress and achievement of all students on your course.
  • Champion our Maths and English strategy and embed the development of these in your teaching.
  • Lead a programme or course, maintaining high standards of behaviour and performance, and providing high quality experiences to raise students’ aspirations.
  • Liaise with student support functions, external agencies, and parents to help ensure that students make good or better progress.
  • Use and analyse programme data to support effective course management.
  • Deliver IAG to support students’ decision-making and high rates of progression.



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    The Hart Learning Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, as our posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020. It is also an offence to apply for a role if you have been barred from working with children, young people and vulnerable adults. If you have been shortlisted for a role and are within the guidelines of KCSIE, an online search will be carried out to identify any incidents or issues that have happened and are publicly available online. If any incidents or issues are identified, the Group might want to explore these with you at the interview. As part of the recruitment process, you will need to provide proof of your right to work in the UK.

    Details of our Safeguarding policy can be found on the Hart Learning Group’s Policy page.

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    Please note these vacancies may close at any time once sufficient applications have been received. Early submission of your application is therefore encouraged.

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    “I genuinely enjoy coming to work, the students are the people that motivate me – they are so full of energy and enthusiasm.

    Hart Learning Group’s links to the community are essential for this job to work well – integrating local businesses and organisations ensure we offer the best service to our students.”

    Victoria Lang - Business, Travel & Events Lecturer