Lecturer in Travel and Tourism

Title Lecturer in Travel and Tourism
Hours Permanent contract, 14.8 hour per week
Salary Up to £33,831 pro-rata depending on skills and experience
Organisation Chelmsford College
Closing Date 23/07/2018
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Description We are looking to recruit an experienced teacher in Travel and Tourism, Aviation and Cabin Crew and/or Business. The applicant will need subject specific industry experience or qualifications, along with previous teaching experience in their subject area. 

We offer:
. Competitive salary of up to £33,831 per annum, pro-rata
. High quality teaching and learning facilities
. Excellent opportunities for professional development

The College is committed to equality and diversity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share these commitments.  This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Applications will be considered upon receipt. 


If you would like to apply for employment within the Chelmsford College Group, please complete the online application form.

Online Application for Employment

PLEASE NOTE You may wish to download the example forms, and explanatory notes, using the link below in order to prepare the information you will be asked to submit. The online application process has to be completed in one go and without undue delay. In particular, you are advised to prepare your Supporting Statement of up to 4000 characters in another application before you start.

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If you require help making your application please contact the Human Resource Department on 01245 293018 or email


Please use the below contact details if you would like to contact us directly about employment opportunities.

Human Resource Department
Chelmsford College
Moulsham Street Campus
Tel: 01245 293018
Tel: 01245 490486 (24 hour answer phone)
Fax: 01245 266908

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