- The role of the Instrumentation & Electrical Engineering Instructor/Assessor is to deliver, assess and where necessary offer support to delegates undertaking of Instrumentation & Electrical engineering courses in accordance with the awarding body guidelines
- Be a proactive member of the Electrical engineering Assessor / Instructor Team, providing effective communication and support to Operations Manager and all other members of the Senior Management Team.
- To comply with the framework provided by North East Scotland College Human Resource Policies adopted by the Regional Board and to ensure compliance with all procedures in the ASET Staff Handbook.
- To comply with ASET and North East Scotland College policies.
- Delivery and assessment of all ASET Instrumentation and Electrical engineering based training programmes to Awarding Body standards
- In conjunction with the HR & Quality Assurance Manager assist in the Internal Verification process where appropriate
- Progressive development of the Instrumentation and Electrical engineering programme and the material associated with its delivery
- In conjunction with the Operations Manager maintain effective and efficient record keeping procedures
- Ensure all relevant evidence of learning is accurately and correctly documented and accurately completed for each delegate
- Provide feedback and support to delegates on a one-to-one or group basis
- Review course content and delivery methods on a regular basis
- Assist in assessing, changing and offering suggestions for the improvement of Instrumentation and Electrical engineering training programmes
- Prepare and assist in Internal and External Audits
- Be responsible for ensuring that all delegates under his / her supervision comply with ASET and NESCol's Health & Safety Procedures
- Permanent / Full Time
- 27 Days
- 10 days ASET recognised statutory holidays
- Contributory company pension scheme (Employer 9% Employee 6%)
- Life Insurance cover
- Salary £54033.00
- Monday to Friday 8.15am - 4.30pm
- Knowledge of Instrumentation and Electrical engineering and Maintenance in either offshore or onshore environment
- Working knowledge and understanding of Instrumentation and Electrical equipment and systems
- Have a sound knowledge of Instrumentation and Electrical engineering principles
- Working knowledge of Safe Systems of Work and Permit to Work system
- Communication skills
- Planning and organisational skills
- Numeracy, literacy and computing skills
- Effective communication, both orally and in writing
- Minimum of five years industry Instrumentation and / or Electrical work related experience
- Appropriate Instrumentation and / or Electrical technical or equivalent apprenticeship certificate
- Self Motivated
- Good Listener
- Good Interpersonal Skills
- Team Player
- Commitment to ASET equal opportunities.
- Willingness to work flexibly to meet commercial requirements.
- Willingness to take responsibility for own continuing professional development
- Willingness to accept responsibility within the work role with minimum supervision.