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Job Title: Casual Drivers
Salary: £7.20 per hour including holiday pay
Location: Broad Oak Campus, Accrington
We are looking for reliable casual drivers to join our Transport Team. The Fleet Driver provides assistance with all aspects of Fleet Driving, as designated by the Transport Team, in a professional and safe manner. You must have the ability to work on your own and as part of a small team. You must be able to show initiative, multi task and maintain high standards, whilst presenting a professional image by acting as an ambassador for the College. Previous experience in a similar role is desirable.
A full driving licence with Category D1 is required together with MIDAS training or the willingness to work towards. The running of the Fleet is an important part of the College operation and the support of Fleet Drivers is vital. As such, there is a requirement for you to be flexible with working hours.
This position is on a zero hours contract and we appreciate you may take up other work elsewhere.
Closing date: TBC
Interview date: TBC
Job Title: Lecturer Assessor – Motor Vehicle
Salary: £25,047 – £28,465 p.a.
Location: Broad Oak Campus, Accrington
We are looking for someone to join our highly experienced teaching team to teach on a range of courses and across a range of levels. The role is designed to contribute to the teaching of the College’s Foundations provision. The foundation provision enable young people who have left school without maths and English to access vocational courses and develop skills to help the access work in the future. Learners who access this area may have learning difficulties and disabilities and require a high level of support. Some learners who access this area may require a high level of behaviour support to prepare them for further education or employment. This role will involve teaching motor vehicle qualifications to learners and also developing work related projects that will enable them to have realistic opportunities to get them ready for the next level of study or work.
This role will include management of learning including the design and delivery of high quality teaching and learning to ensure students achieve their maximum potential together with learning outcomes. You will promote innovation in curriculum design and development within your area and may be required to organise and supervise work placements and to undertake work based assessment where appropriate. You will be required to ensure both the quality of your teaching and of the provision are of a high standard and use College quality systems to monitor track and manage this. You will undertake the role of course leader for selected group(s) and contribute to the wider work of the curriculum / faculty team.
Closing Date: 29.06.2018
Interview Date: 06.07.2018
Job title: HE Academic Support Officer
Salary: £25,561 – £27,267 (SNRO32 – SNRO34)
Contract type: Permanent
Start date: ASAP
Closing date: 22/06/2018 at 12 noon.
Interview date: Friday 29.06.18.
- To manage the front line services of the HE Office
- To ensure the effectiveness of systems for the monitoring of quality and implementation of the College quality system for higher education
- To maintain efficient systems for storing and retrieving higher education records and documents and deal with enquiries from staff, students and partner universities and a range of outside organisations
- To liaise with partner universities and other relevant departments to ensure accuracy of record keeping on both sides and to ensure that internal and external deadlines and targets are met
Salary: £16,259.00 – £17478.00 Dependant on Experience
Closing date: Thursday 21st June at 12 noon
Interview Date: Monday 25th June
The post holder will provide library users with support and advice in accessing and using the full range of library facilities, college computer network and Virtual Learning Environment resources.
Salary: £22,783 to £24,335 pa pro rata
Pro Rata: £20,361 to £21,748 pa
Closing Date: 06.07.18
Interview Date: 12.07.18
Learning mentors are responsible for the pastoral care of attending college programmes. The role will involve managing caseload learners within the college. The role will also include regular, external agencies, schools, being a point of contact for learners, co-ordinating pastoral meetings, attendance checking and weekly meetings and 1-1s with learners.
Hours: 37 per week, full time
Salary: £25,297.00 – £28,750.00 pa
Closing Date: 01.07.18
Interview Date: 09.07.18
To teach on a range of programmes, covering all levels. To undertake timely assessment of the students and record their outcomes appropriately. To take on the role of course tutor for a selected range of groups from entry level to level 3.