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Lecturers teach adults in Further and Higher Education. Some also do research in universities and colleges.
Salaries depend on location, employer, experience and level of responsibility.
To be a lecturer you must have experience of teaching or be able to show that you have the potential to teach. To lecture in vocational subjects related to construction you usually need a relevant degree or professional qualification – plus several years of relevant work experience behind you.
You may be able to gain experience by taking on teaching duties (possibly paid by the hour) while you are a research student. Some universities advertise opportunities under job titles such as graduate teaching assistant.
With experience you could be promoted to senior (or principal) lecturer with academic management responsibilities.
Explore the progression opportunities below