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Furniture Tutor – Cabinet Making and Woodmachining

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JOIN A TOP QUALITY TRAINING PROVIDER…the home of Apprenticeships

Due to our continued success, we are looking to add to our first-class team and appoint a:

Furniture Tutor – Cabinet Making and Woodmachining

This is an exciting opportunity to join a top-quality Training Provider with a proven track record in the Training and Development sector.

Applicants should have experience working in the following areas: Cabinet Making and Woodmachining (including CNC Machinery) This experience will have been demonstrated within the last three years.

Applicants should also have good maths, English and ICT skills and ideally hold an assessor qualification (training will be given to outstanding applicants who do not hold the qualification).

The key purpose of the role is to liaise with learners/employers and deliver Apprenticeships to a high standard.  Teaching and Learning is at the heart of our delivery.

NLTG operate throughout the North West of England and other geographical areas.

Benefits include a competitive salary, pension, health care, and company vehicle.

The above position will be filled by an individual who is professional, motivated, committed to the development of people and will fit into our first-class team.

For all positions, NLTG send for enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service checks*.

Please apply to Gareth Lindsay Operations Director via email or in writing, stating position applied for and enclose a full CV and current salary details to gareth.lindsay@nltg.co.uk or the address below:

  • Gareth Lindsay
  • Operations Director
  • North Lancs Training Group Ltd,
  • Bradshawgate House,
  • Oak Street,
  • Accrington,
  • Lancs,
  • BB5 1EQ

We at NLTG are committed to Equal Opportunities and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status or any other characteristic protected by law.

*This position is exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and applicants will have to disclose any criminal convictions.