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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Lecturer Accounting and Finance Job description

Lecturer Accounting and Finance Job description

As a professional Lecturer you will be required to undertake formal scheduled teaching duties as follows: teaching, tutorials, and student assessment. You will be teaching on a range of qualifications and programmes including AAT levels 2 to 4, apprenticeships and Higher Education Foundation degree in Business. At times you may also contribute to the BTEC level 3 in Business

KQUALIFICATIONS &

TRAINING

UNDERTAKEN

· AAT level 4 or a professional

accounting qualification

· If not already held, to attain a

teaching qualification as specified by

the Institute for Learning (IfL) within

3 years and be working towards

achieving QTLS or ATLS within 5 years

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SKILLS/SPECIALIST

KNOWLEDGE

· Relevant subject knowledge

· Good organisational/communication

skills

· Good inter-personal skills & persuader

· Good motivator

· Keen interest in/understanding of

student-centred learning & ability to

develop effective working

relationships with students - and staff

· Able to teach creatively, adapting to

the needs of a variety of students,

and be willing to explore new

teaching and learning strategies

· Creative thinker & problem-solver

· Able to contribute, participate and

share in the responsibility for the

development of the curriculum area’s

work

· Ability to negotiate workloads &

assess own skills/abilities

· Good time manager/ability to meet

deadlines

· Computer literate

· Awareness of budgetary frameworks

1. Managing Teaching and Learning

1.1 Prepare and deliver formal scheduled teaching duties including

 

teaching, tutorials, and learner assessment.

1.2 Deliver and assess key and basic skills.

1.3 Manage, plan, and review learning programmes and the curriculum,

including the development of resources and interpretation of statistics.

 

1.4 Promote equal opportunities at all times.

2. Quality

2.1 Participate in all aspects of Quality Assurance team meetings and

strategic planning as appropriate.

 

2.2 Contribute to the review of programme data and implementation of

improvement strategies as part of an ongoing self-assessment process.

2.3 Ensure compliance with awarding body regulations and standards.

 

2.4 Ensure quality assurance documentation, procedures and processes are adhered to.

3. Assessment

3.1 Conduct individual learner reviews and produce individual learning

plans.

3.2 Assess learner’s work, and act as verifier / moderator as appropriate.

3.3 Prepare learner reports and attend parents / employers events as

required.

3.4 The marking of students’ work including the marking of examinations.

4. Pastoral and Welfare

4.1 Provide education guidance and counselling, including student

discipline in accordance with College policy.

4.2 Ensure all work is undertaken in accordance with health and safety

rules and policies.

4.3 Ensure that additional leaner support needs are addressed.

4.4 Prepare learner reports and attend parents / employer events as

required.

5. Personal Development

5.1 Undertake research and other forms of scholarly activity ensuring that

you maintain a good knowledge of current industrial practice.

5.2 Demonstrate a commitment to your own personal and professional

development.

5.3 Establish, maintain and develop good working relationships with

colleagues.

5.4 Participate as required in the College Appraisal System.

 

5.5 Establish "industrial links", as appropriate or when required, to

develop understanding and knowledge of subject related industrial

and professional activities.

5.6 Develop and maintain good working relationship with external and

internal customers.

6. Administration / Marketing

6.1 Participate in the learner admissions process, providing initial

guidance and interview to ensure learners are placed on appropriate

courses.

6.2 Attend course meetings as required.

6.3 Administration – including registers, enrolment, pursuing student

absence and any other student related administration as deemed

appropriate.

6.4 Manage and supervise learner visit programmes in accordance with

college policy.

6.5 Undertake marketing activities and act as an ambassador of College at all times.