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Lecturer in Agriculture - (No Lecturing Experience Needed)

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Agricultural Farmer


£26,000 - £39,000 + PUBLIC SECTOR + Full Training Provided + Excellent teachers pension scheme + 44 days holiday + Social activities + Opportunities for progression + On-site gym + Subsidised catering + On-site free parking

Do you have experience working in a farming or agriculture environment where you have strong knowledge of the managing and maintaining a farm?

Are you looking for a role that is Monday to Friday, no shift work, that offers variety and where you will make a real difference to the next generation of agricultural farming?

This institute is providing the chance for you to take a step away from the demanding environment that is agricultural engineering and move into the world of assessing. You will be part of a supportive team with a relaxed mindset, through an array of social activities you will become part of the core unit. There is consistent investment as the institute continues to grow their range of courses and specialisations resulting in various opportunities for staff development such as CIPD which is endorsed by the institution.

In this role you will be tasked with educating early professionals through level 2 and 3 BTEC in agriculture and farm mechanisation, this will be performed through 1 practical days teaching a week with 2-3 days theory teaching a week. The first year will only include 22 hours a week of actual teaching and you will be able to work from home outside of term time.

The ideal candidate will have experience in agronomy qualifications and experience working with livestock, specifically cattle. Any and all experience with mixed farm working through arable, cattle and sheep is key with machinery operation in line with these experiences being also key.

This is a great opportunity for someone in the working world of agriculture to take a step away from the industry's dependant work hours allowing for personal development and the improvement of life at home. This is alongside the opportunity to train the next generation of agricultural professionals in an excellent team with a strong sense of comradery.

The role:

*Assist day-to-day husbandry and maintenance duties on the farm
*Based in the college which has a huge campus.
*Working closely with the next generation of farmers and helping them develop and learn new skills
*Free parking + On-site gym

The person:

*Have worked in a farming or agriculture environment.
*Extensive experience working on a commercial farm
*Candidates will hold a level 2 or 3 qualification in Agriculture or equivalent
*Wants a better work-life balance