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Games Design & Development Lecturers

Part Time  for Protocol in St. Johns, Wakefield

JOB TITLE: Games Design & Development LecturersLOCATION: Greater ManchesterSALARY: £16.32 – £23.89 per hour + statutory holiday payProtocol is working on behalf of an established Further Education College within the West Yorkshire area and is looking to build up a pool of outstanding Lecturers and Assessors within the Games Design & Development department.You will be expected to strive to maintain above average success rates in all areas, using innovation within your teaching and assessing, utilising e-learning opportunities where appropriate. This is a fantastic opportunity to pass your specialist skills on to the next generation of Games Design & Development professionals.Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria: *Have proven experience of providing outstanding support for learners. *Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and quality.*Have up to date knowledge and experience of the Games Design & Development industry.*Hold a level 3 qualification in specialist area. *Hold a relevant assessor or teaching qualification.Experienced in a different subject? Protocol is the UK’s largest provider of skilled professional staff to the Further Education sector who are continually looking for experienced tutors, lecturers and trainers with experience in the FE sector. We have new assignments coming in every day and would be delighted to hear from you, please email your CV stating which subjects you would be interested in.Protocol promotes equal rights and is an employment business under The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Work is undertaken on a self-employed basis under contract with Protocol. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for all Protocol assignments. All positions advertised by Protocol comply with the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.

Job added on 17-10-2014