Job Vacancies

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Digital Peninsula Network Ltd is the largest network of ICT and Digital businesses in Cornwall. We offer a range of services including training provision, networking events and marketing support. We currently have the following vacancies available to join our successful team based in Penzance.

FREELANCE, PART-TIME INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERNAL VERIFIER
We are looking for a freelance, part-time IT Internal Verifier to be responsible for the summative and formative Internal Verification of our ITQ and up to L3 NVQ Apprenticeship delivery. You will need to be qualified to D34, V1, IQA. This role is a commitment of approximately 5 hours per month. Pay rates are excellent and negotiable.

FREELANCE FUNCTIONAL / BASIC SKILLS TUTOR
Are you qualified to a minimum of L3 in English, Maths or ICT with a L5 Diploma in Teaching? If so, we would love to hear from you.  We are looking for freelance, part-time tutors who can deliver functional skills in either English, Maths or ICT.  Hours of work and rates of pay will be negotiated. 

FREELANCE TUTORS IN DIGITAL SUBJECT MATTER
We are looking to expand our bank of freelance tutors in all digital subjects.  Applicants should hold a degree or similar professional qualification and a recognised teaching qualification.

Further information and a Job Description for all the above vacancies is available from Diane Hollywood, email: diane@digitalpeninsula.com.  Please ensure you clearly state which vacancy you are interested in.
The closing date for all applications is noon on Tuesday 17 April 2018.  Applications should be made by submitting your CV to the email address above, stating which vacancy you wish to apply.

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