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Lecturer in Marine Electrical

Here at Bournemouth & Poole College, we are looking to recruit a Lecturer – Marine Electrical on a full-time, permanent basis. In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £38,056 to £45,339 per annum.

At Bournemouth & Poole College our staff are passionate and committed to achieve the very best outcomes for our students – we transform lives. We recognise and value our people as our most important asset in achieving each of the strategic outcomes within our College’s Strategic Plan. We believe it is through our people that an excellent student experience will be delivered, and this will have a positive impact in our local community. We value inclusion and we are committed to the promotion of equality, diversity, and inclusion, ensuring we have a diverse, skilled, and motivated workforce who are empowered and engaged. This makes our College a unique, vibrant and rewarding place to work.

Bournemouth & Poole College
Motor & Marine & Composites
Contract Type
Employment Basis
Full time
Contracted working hours
Poole, North Road, BH14 0LS
£38056 to £45339 per annum
Closing date

The Role:

As our Lecturer – Marine Electrical you will deliver high quality and effective teaching and learning in Marine Electrical subject areas to Bournemouth and Poole College students.

Automotive and Marine are part of Engineering and based at the North Road campus with Boatbuilding at our Fulcrum site in Poole. The facilities include separate, well-equipped workshops for each area to give the students a realistic approach to the workplace.

Responsibilities as our Lecturer – Marine Electrical will include: 

  • Teaching on courses as agreed with the Learning Manager across the Marine department using a variety of mediums to reflect the needs of the department and your area of expertise.
  • Contributing to the design, delivery and future planning and development of the curriculum
  • Paying due attention to the principles of inclusive learning including:

-        individual learning styles.

-        support for students with learning difficulties and disabilities.

-        extension resources/activities for students of higher ability.

-        general resources, including the use of Information Learning Technology.

  • Organising and participating in relevant visits, enrichment visits, ship visits, and liaise with external organisations to enhance the learner experience.
  • Creating an outstanding student experience which leads to progression or employment
  • Preparing and marking student work, monitor progress towards individual targets, keep records and provide timely reports/reviews to students, parents, employers, and College managers, as appropriate


As our Lecturer – Marine Electrical, you’ll ideally have:


  • Level 3 Qualification in Marine Electrical or Royal Navy / Merchant Navy Equivalent
  • Teaching Qualification or willingness to achieve
  • 3 years’ experience in Marine Electrical Engineering
  • Experience facilitating learning for students in either an educational or workplace setting
  • Knowledge of current evidence-based practice in field of expertise
  • Advanced mathematics
  • Experience as an ETO


Benefits you will receive: 

As a member of the teaching team at Bournemouth & Poole College you can expect to receive a market rate salary and excellent benefits including:

  • 39.5 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • up to 4 days leave during the Christmas closure period
  • Free parking at all of our college sites (where spaces are available)
  • Access to Discount Schemes at multiple retailers
  • Enrolment into the Teachers' Pension Scheme
  • Excellent support and career development with the help of our Teaching and Learning Coaches and Quality department


We reserve the right to close this post early if there is a high level of applicants.

If you feel you are the right candidate for this Lecturer – Marine Electrical role, then please click ‘apply’ now!

Closing date: 18 August 2024

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake appropriate safeguarding checks which includes an enhanced DBS check as well as providing proof of right to work in the UK.