ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR (FIXED TERM)
£25,514 – £27,289 per annum Ref: E/EST/098/18
SRUC is unique in Scotland and one of the largest organisations of its kind in Europe. Our ambitious and exciting vision is to work at local, national and international levels, leading innovation and sustainable development in agriculture and rural sectors.
Applications are invited to the position of Instructor within the Engineering, Science & Technology Department of SRUC based at the Oatridge Campus. The position is full time until 31st August 2020. The successful applicant will have a key role in the delivery of the Land Based Engineering programmes. Applicants should hold a relevant engineering qualification and have a proven track record in the maintaining, servicing, testing and repairing of agricultural machinery. A background in the use of agricultural machinery would also be highly desirable
The salary will be in the region of £25,514 – £27,289 per annum.
Closing date: 25 November 2018
Further information on this role can be found at: www.sruc.ac.uk/jobs
Please note that CVs will not be accepted without a completed application form.
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