1.0 Lecturer Coordinator/Trainee Lecturer Coordinator in Programming & Systems Development

Bishop Auckland College is seeking to recruit a Lecturer Coordinator/Trainee Lecturer Coordinator in Programming & Systems Development who will be responsible for the effective and efficient teaching and coordination of courses within the relevant Curriculum area. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to build the curriculum around their talents and interests in computing.

Job Reference:
Bishop Auckland Campus
Closing Date:
29 June 2022
£20,048.08 - £33,563.06 per annum (there may be a market supplement payment available, depending on qualifications and experience)
37 hours per week

Our new digital technology suites feature bespoke gaming benches, corsair gaming chairs, custom built intel core i7 gaming PCs, 27” 1440p 120hz gaming monitors, Razer gaming keyboards and mice, access to a HTC Vivo Pro VR headset and 86” smart interactive display boards in each of the suites.

The successful candidate will require a degree in computing, a Certificate in Education (or be willing to work towards within 2 years), Safeguarding Level 1 (to be achieved within 6 weeks), Level 2 in Literacy (or willing to work towards within 2 years) and Level 2 in Numeracy (or willing to work towards within 2 years). It is desirable that the candidate has a degree containing programming units.

Applicants will also have 3 years’ experience of working in the digital sector or recently graduated in a programme with significant programming / systems development / gaming content.

This role will include responsibilities within safeguarding and the post holder will be engaging in regulated activity.

This role maybe suited to someone who has recently graduated from university.

To view the full job description/person specification, please click here.

To apply for this post please complete the application form:

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Please note that a Curriculum Vitae (CV), will not be accepted instead of an application form.

Bishop Auckland College is an equality, diversity and inclusive employer. We are committed to recruiting a more diverse workforce that reflects the people we serve.

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Completed applications should be emailed back to: emma.walker@bacoll.ac.uk or posted to

HR Department
Bishop Auckland College
Bishop Auckland Campus
Woodhouse Lane
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL14 6JZ

For more information or if you have a disability and need help completing the application please email: emma.walker@bacoll.ac.uk or contact our 24 hour answering service on 01388 443108.

Bishop Auckland College is committed to the safeguarding and the welfare of all learners and any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory DBS disclosure. All teaching staff will be required to register with the Institute for Learning.