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Full Time Lecturer in Maintenance Engineering, South West College

SWC is a dynamic and forward thinking college and has built its reputation as a trusted and respected part of local communities by delivering a comprehensive and relevant range of courses for all learners; supporting learners and staff to give their best each day and achieve their potential. 

As a full time lecturer in maintenance engineering, you will provide quality teaching and learning opportunities. 

You must have: A level 4 qualification (HNC) or above in Engineering or related discipline with a willingness to upskill to a Level 5 / 6 qualification; Five years relevant industrial or teaching experience;  GCSE Maths and English Language (Grades A* - C) or equivalent; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and competent ability to use ICT.

SWC is a dynamic and forward thinking college and has built its reputation as a trusted and respected part of local communities by delivering a comprehensive and relevant range of courses for all learners; supporting learners and staff to give their best each day and achieve their potential. 

As a full time lecturer in maintenance engineering, you will provide quality teaching and learning opportunities. 

You must have: A level 4 qualification (HNC) or above in Engineering or related discipline with a willingness to upskill to a Level 5 / 6 qualification; Five years relevant industrial or teaching experience;  GCSE Maths and English Language (Grades A* - C) or equivalent; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and competent ability to use ICT.

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Analyst in Belfast

The Northern Ireland Audit Office currently has two permanent opportunities available for analyst roles working between 30 and 37 hours per week. The role offers a salary of £39,066 to £41,142 per annum (pro-rata for part-time hours) and a range of attractive benefits including generous annual leave entitlement, generous pension package, flexible working, free car parking and an on-site gym.

Successful candidates will report to the audit manager/senior auditor who will assign a portfolio of work to you. This work will include public reporting assignment and other related tasks. You will play a key role in planning and delivering reports to time, cost and quality and support the planning, development and delivery of the NIAO’s Public Reporting Programme.

The Northern Ireland Audit Office currently has two permanent opportunities available for analyst roles working between 30 and 37 hours per week. The role offers a salary of £39,066 to £41,142 per annum (pro-rata for part-time hours) and a range of attractive benefits including generous annual leave entitlement, generous pension package, flexible working, free car parking and an on-site gym.

Successful candidates will report to the audit manager/senior auditor who will assign a portfolio of work to you. This work will include public reporting assignment and other related tasks. You will play a key role in planning and delivering reports to time, cost and quality and support the planning, development and delivery of the NIAO’s Public Reporting Programme.

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