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NIVE is committed to providing the highest level of education services through carefully chosen and highly competent staff. NIVE’s staff recruitment policies and procedures ensure the appointment of staff of the highest standards, with appropriate qualifications and experience. There is special emphasis on superior communication skills and extensive experience in the work and education environments.

Currently, NIVE staff are from different countries around the world, creating a multi-cultural environment beneficial to sharing various experiences, proficiencies and backgrounds.

NIVE policies are conducive to staff development. Regular professional development activities are conducted throughout the year and support is given to the UAE staff to upgrade their skills and knowledge through advanced studies in the UAE and abroad.

Current Faculty Vacancies

  • English Language
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Health and Safety
  • Engineering Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

For teaching positions, the ideal candidate will have:
  • a Masters or Doctoral degree
  • a professional qualification in the specialization
  • extensive business or industry work experience
  • significant teaching experience
  • curriculum design and development experience
  • excellent communication skills in English
  • experience with BTEC National and Higher National programs is desirable
To apply, please send your CV to hr@nive.gov.ae

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further process.

 
Roles of Instructors and Lecturers

The following activities are applicable to all training and educational programmes offered by the organisation, including National Diploma programmes, Higher National Diploma programmes, Academy programmes, and short courses for niche markets.

Identify and Assess Learners' Needs

  • Identify needs and match to a variety of learning programmes
  • Ensure inclusion of prior learning in initial assessment

Plan and Design Learning programmes and Sessions

  • Identify appropriate outcomes of learning programmes, ensuring effective content coverage and integration.
  • Establish realistic learning objectives which meet individual and group needs.
  • Prepare session/lesson plans utilising a variety of teaching and training methods, accommodating different learning styles.
  • Promote new ways of teaching and learning; stimulate innovation and co-ordinate the input of others.
  • Select and develop learning materials.
  • Incorporate integration of on-site and off-site learning activities into programme and session planning.
  • Agree on learning plans and contracts with individual learners.
  • Advise others of practical and theoretical developments and ensure material and lesson plans are updated accordingly.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of learning theory and share with colleagues.

Deliver Teaching and Learning

  • Create an effective learning environment and establish an open and trusting relationship with learners.
  • Teach programmes, managing the learning process effectively, guiding and supporting learners.
  • Conduct tutorial activities.
  • Recognise individual learning styles and adjust teaching and training accordingly.
  • Use a variety of teaching and training methods to engage learners, to convey information, and to encourage creativity and motivation.
  • Use effective materials and appropriate resources, at a pace and level which meet learners' needs.
  • Provide effective learning support, giving learners opportunities to develop and practice their skills.
  • Encourage learners to take responsibility for their own learning.
  • Work with colleagues and with outside contacts to deliver learning programmes.
  • Deal promptly and effectively with inappropriate behaviour.

Assess the Outcome of Learning and Learners' Achievements

  • Give feedback to learners to support and inform the learning process.
  • Use a variety of methods to assess formatively and summatively, ensuring that learners understand the purpose of assessments, and that methods are appropriate.
  • Encourage learners to reflect on their own learning experiences and to monitor their own progress.
  • Use assessments to identify additional support requirements.
  • Check regularly that teaching and training is meeting learners' needs and that effective learning is taking place; modify session/lesson plans and teaching/training delivery accordingly.
  • Co-ordinate colleagues’ assessments of learners and act as an internal verifier, when assigned.
  • Record, store and process assessment results.

Monitor, Evaluate and Improve the Quality and Effectiveness of Own Practice, and Help to Raise the Standards of Teaching and Learning

  • Review and monitor own performance, using a variety of means and indicators; identify own professional development needs and agree how these should be met.
  • Engage in continuous professional development; take actions to improve; monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of these actions to improve.
  • Act as subject leader, advising and guiding others in order to raise standards.
  • Train other members of teaching and training staff.
  • Act as coach and mentor.
  • Monitor, evaluate and improve the effectiveness of others, including undertaking lesson observations.
  • Seek out best practice in teaching and learning and actively promote this.
  • Participate in the organisation’s self-assessment procedures; external inspection and audit requirements; external and internal verification activities.

General

  • Attract and retain learners and help them achieve learner competence.
  • Understand the place of FE (Further Education) within the wider learning and skills context, and possess and apply a clear understanding of FE sector policies and practices.
  • Support and promote the organisation's aims, objectives and mission.
  • Understand and apply the organisation's relevant policies, procedures and working practices.
  • Meet professional requirements by working within a professional value base and conforming to agreed codes of professional practice.
  • Carry out administrative duties associated with the role.
  • Take part in activities such as enrolment, induction, and marketing activities, as required.
  • Act as a course or personal tutor, providing learners with pastoral and academic support.
  • Make sure that learners have access to impartial, comprehensive and current advice which meets learners' personal development as well as educational and vocational needs.
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