Our dedicated staff are central to the success of this vibrant College. We welcome applications from both teaching and non-teaching staff who will help us to care for the welfare of our students and support them in their studies. One of the largest and most successful sixth form colleges in the country, we offer applicants the opportunity to work alongside committed colleagues who have enabled the College to achieve ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted ratings in every respect. Our unofficial College motto has long been ‘we count in ones’. Not only is that at the heart of our work with our students, but we also strive to support and value our staff in the same way.
We are dedicated to safeguarding the students in our care. To that end, a Disclosure and Barring Service enhanced disclosure will be required in the event of an individual being offered a position within our College. Our staff undertake regular safeguarding training and are subject to ongoing safeguarding scrutiny.
Staff benefits include:
In a recent survey of staff, comments included:
"The College is very human in its appreciation of staff";
"The staff here are the most dedicated, conscientious and hard working I have ever come across";
"I love working here: very refreshing to work somewhere organised and one step ahead of the game".
We hope that you will join us!
Our current vacancies are listed below. We regret that, due to the large number of enquiries we receive, we are unable to accept or respond to speculative applications, that is where there is no relevant job advertised.
Number of vacancies: 2
We are looking for a Teacher of Chemistry to join our team on the Access to Higher Education Programme, starting in September 2017. You will have a background in Chemistry and the ability to transfer your enthusiasm for the subject to your students.
The course is taught one evening per week, and is based at the Sixth Form site at Owens Road
Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 3 April 2017.
Part time tutor - French Years 1 and 3
We are looking to appoint a tutor to take over the teaching on the above courses starting October 2017. A teaching qualification is desirable. These are non-exam, adult leisure courses although they still follow a structured plan. Year 1 is Beginners level and Year 3 is Lower Intermediate (see background information). These evening courses are taught at the Owens Road site.
This appointment is made subject to sufficient students enrolling on the course to make it financially viable. The courses run initially for 22 weeks from October, with a possible 8 week continuation during the summer term depending on enrolments.
Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 10 April 2017.