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Job Advert: Course Leader - National College for Nuclear


 Salary: £27,930 - £35,736 per annum (+ £3,000 Nuclear Specialism uplift)

Working hours: 37 hours per week – Permanent

Job purpose

 This will include designing, developing, assessing and delivering high quality teaching activities and you must have subject expertise in one or more of the following areas  with specialist knowledge gained through research activity, professional practice or consultancy;

 Nuclear Engineering,

Mechanical Engineering,

Electrical Control Engineering,

Electrical Power,


Physics or Applied Science.

  This position also holds the responsibility of managing team members and contribute to the college’s expectations of quality ensuring academic health and successful course management.  The ability to deliver high quality teaching & Training is essential. Qualified to Masters Level in a relevant discipline and membership of a chartered professional body are desirable.

 Bridgwater and Taunton College will be the principal delivery arm of the southern hub, supported by its Energy Skills and Advanced Engineering Centres, the Construction Skills and Innovation Centre at Cannington, a new University Centre in Taunton, the South West Nuclear Hub for research and innovation at Bristol University, Nuclear South West in Bristol and Campus – EDF’s unique national training centre at Cannington.

A £15m capital investment will provide a state-of-the-art nuclear training facility, including a virtual reality environment, a reactor simulator and computer-equipped training rooms; recreation and collaboration space; sports facilities and student accommodation.

If you are interested in applying for this post, or would like to know more information, please follow the link below.

Application closing date: 12 Midnight Monday 26 June 2017

Interview date: Thursday 6 July 2017