Employer:North Nottinghamshire College
Reference:Health and Safety Sessional Lecturer
Published:Mon 06/08/2012 14:29 PM
Closing date:Fri 24/08/2012 17:00 PM
Working pattern:Part Time, Permanent position
Salary:20.28 per hour
Grade: £20.58 Per Hour
Location: Main Site
Responsible to: Director of Employer Engagement
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to take responsibility for the delivery and development of a wide range of Health & Safety, Occupational Health, First Aid and Environmental courses, from Entry to Level 6 e.g., CIEH, IOSH, NEBOSH and IEMA within our Business Development Unit.
The ideal candidate will be able to draw on recent industrial or commercial experience and demonstrate sound knowledge of Health & Safety and Environmental Regulations, Codes of Practice, Management Standards and Safe Working Practices.
The successful candidate will be willing to go the extra mile, responding quickly to customer requests. Many programmes are made bespoke to individual client’s requests, therefore you will need to be able to liaise with senior Safety, HR or Engineering managers with confidence and professionalism.
As a representative of the College’s commercial services, the individual will be consummately professional to maintain strong relationships with customers. They must always promote the College and present ‘all’ its services in the best possible light when delivering training or having any other interactions with customers.
You must hold or be willing to work towards Certificate of Education (or equivalent), IV / TAQA, and Charted membership of IOSH.
Although most of the training is delivered on College’s main campus, the role also involves regular travel across the UK in order to deliver courses at clients’ premises, which could also be outside normal working hours. The role could also develop further and involve occasional international travel.
Disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria are guaranteed an interview.
We celebrate diversity and welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, faith or disability.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Our commitment is underpinned by robust processes and procedures that seek to maximise opportunity, minimise risk and continuously promote a culture that embraces the ethos of safeguarding amongst our workforce.
Closing date: 24 August 2012
For full details please contact Human Resources on 01909 504692 or email www.nnc.ac.uk/jobs