Agriculture Instructor / Technician
- Kingston Maurward College
- Kingston Maurward, Dorchester
- (£17,480 - £20,760 per annum pro rata)
- Job Sector
- Academic & Education, Machinery / Service / Technician
- Contract Type
Post Reference: Agriculture Instructor / Technician
Hours: 22.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday with flexibility to meet business needs
Salary: In the range of £10,629.73 - £12,642.32 per annum (£17,480 - £20,760 per annum pro rata) which is point L1A – L4A on the Instructor salary scales. Depending on qualifications and experience
Job Purpose: To support the day-to-day running of the Agriculture resources. Carry out general technician duties, including maintenance of machinery and providing support for lecturing staff within the Agriculture. Organise the servicing, repair and maintenance of all College vehicles and transport equipment (e.g. trailers) within the department. Supervising students and to deliver appropriate elements of the Agriculture courses.
Vision: For this role, we are looking for a dedicated enthusiastic and self-motivated person who has experience of working with Agricultural Machinery and is able to perform day to day technician duties for the Agricultural Departments machinery resources.
The person will be confident within the Agricultural industry with the ability to deliver high quality, inspiring practical and theory teaching sessions suitable for the sector in the 21st century and to supervise students to ensure health and safety is maintained. This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to help shape the future of the Agriculture within the College.
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