A computer based educational teacher will be picked to lead an ITCE Computer based Education Teacher course, a source has confirmed to Medical News Now.
The role of the ITCE is to teach a computer based course to a number of people in a given time period.
The course will take place in a computer laboratory, and the teacher will spend most of their time with the students.
The ITCE will be recruiting candidates for the position in a number, from around 50 to 100 people.
The candidates will be selected for the role via an online survey and then they will be interviewed by an individual on a call.
The position is currently being advertised through various recruitment agencies.
The person who is selected to lead the course is expected to lead a computer science teaching and learning course, and they will also have the expertise to provide guidance to students on how to use and develop a system.
A number of computer science courses have been offered through the ITCSE.
The current position will be a one-year contract and is expected, according to the source, to be paid by the ITCA.
It is the first job for the new role, which will be part of the departmental curriculum.
The departmental ITCA said it was not yet sure what the ITCH would be doing, but said it had been looking at ITCHs role for a number years.
The Department of Education has been working with ITCH to establish the next ITCE role.
The role will be on offer to the next generation of ITCE candidates, as well as a further number of existing candidates.