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We are delighted to invite applications to join the teaching staff at ACE. We require a Brickwork Teacher to deliver entry and diploma-level training to students and apprentices at our training centre in Kidlington.

We are looking for candidates with:
• A teaching qualification. Cert-Ed preferred
• Competency and experience in the delivery of the Bricklaying diploma level 2&3
• Similar in Construction Operations (Groundworks) an advantage
• Working knowledge of CITB standards and awarding body requirements
• Experience of the Ofsted inspection framework process
• Experience of teaching a diverse range of learners
• Own transport
• Relevant and up-to-date site knowledge/experience

Salary will be £28-32,000 pa depending on experience and qualifications, and this is a full-time position.

To apply please send an up to date CV to Barry Crane, Training Director, at barry@acetraining.co.uk

Samm Murphy is an Advanced Apprentice in Brickwork, working for Wain & Francis in Witney. Samm came to ACE on a pre-apprenticeship course, before starting his Intermediate Apprenticeship and then progressing to the Advanced level with his employer. He has developed impressively as an apprentice and has won awards at the Oxfordshire Construction Training Group […]

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