Morley College London aims to have a workforce that is as reflective of the diverse population that it serves. The College particularly encourages applications from ethnic minorities and disabled people who are currently under-represented within the College at this level.
About Morley College London
Established in 1889, and with our roots stretching back even further, Morley College London is one of the country's oldest and largest specialist providers of adult education.
We provide long-term, sustainable and affordable programmes of lifelong learning across three centres North Kensington, Chelsea and Waterloo including 16-19 provision at North Kensington and Chelsea.
As one of only nine Specialist Designated Institutions (SDIs) in the UK, we serve more than 17,000 students through a coherent, student-centred course offer, underpinned by our mission to empower individuals and strengthen communities through education in Arts, Culture and Applied Sciences.
Whether studying for personal development and well-being, to gain essential skills (English, Maths, IT), to access higher education, or for career development or change our vision is for ambitions to be inspired and achieved through learning.
Following Morley College’s merger with Kensington and Chelsea College in February 2020, the College is reshaping its curriculum and professional service teams to facilitate an ambitious plan for development and growth.
As the UK looks to a post-COVID recovery, Morley College London is more determined than ever before to support Londoners to learn, and so we’re looking for applications from talented individuals with energy and enthusiasm.
About the role
Morley College London are looking to appoint a well-qualified and highly motivated Sessional Tutor for Biology to teach human biology within their highly successful Access to HE Health and Human Science provision.
The successful candidate will hold a degree qualification in a relevant subject and a recognised teaching qualification (or be willing to obtain one within a suitable timeframe).
Experience of teaching assessment-based courses, as well as excellent planning, differentiation, communication, and interpersonal skills are required.
A knowledge of Access to HE courses is also desirable.