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    • Student Support Worker

    • £7.96 rising to £8.70 per hour with experience. We currently have zero hour contracts available where hours are offered in line with business needs. A flexible approach to working hours is required with our zero hours contracts. In this role you will be responsible for working with learners who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities to enable them to access their course. Working within a busy classroom environment, you will adopt a range of methods to support learner needs to enable their continued learning potential leading to greater retention and achievement. You will use your skills to mentor and guide students in their learning, helping them stay focussed in their work, liaising with tutors on planned support for the lesson and throughout the scheme of work, and actively seek opportunities to promote their self esteem, confidence and independence. To be considered for this role you must have experience of supporting others and hold a minimum of a level 2 qualification in English and Maths. You will have also been a strong team player and have effective communication and interpersonal skills along with a professional approach in dealing with others. Please specify on your application the number of hours per week you are looking to work. We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of our learners and expect all of our team to share this commitment.

      Latest Application By: 31-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10820

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    • Curriculum Leader in Electrical Installation – Full Time

    • Starting salary of £34,855 rising to £39,437 with experience in role (£28,855 per to £33,437 + market rate allowance of £6,000 per annum for holding relevant Level 3 qualification). As Curriculum Leader for Electrical Installations - you will lead the provision in this area, co-ordinating and teaching on the qualifications offered. Essential requirements are a Level 5 teaching qualification, the relevant qualifications to teach in the area (minimum of level 3) TAQA 3 -4 together with relevant industry and teaching experience. You will be up to date with current initiatives but also be fully aware of future developments. Enthusiastic and motivated with a passion for embedding professional standards, you will role model excellence in teaching. You will be a self-starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation and planning ability. This is a great opportunity to invest in the next generation of professionals.

      Latest Application By: 31-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10799b

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    • Exam Invigilators - Hourly

    • We currently have a number of permanent vacancies for Exam Invigilators to join our existing team. These roles are zero hours contracts with hours being offered in line with fluctuating examination needs across the academic year. Hourly Rate is £8.93 per hour. These roles suit individuals with a flexible approach to working hours who are looking for casual work throughout the year rather than regular weekly guaranteed hours. In this role you will oversee and supervise examinations, ensuring that exam board guidelines, security requirements and regulations are followed. To join the team you will need to have a good general level of education including English and Maths. Full training will be provided, however previous experience of invigilating examinations or similar activities would be an advantage. You will also need to be reliable and conscientious with excellent communication, organisational skill.

      Latest Application By: 25-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10856

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    • Curriculum Leader in Information Technology

    • Salary range starting at £28,855, rising to £34,430 with experience in the role. We are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our computing team within our Information Technology area. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to utilise your skills and experience whilst developing your own career, this role will be both rewarding and fulfilling. You will pass on your specialist knowledge, and will be developing skills for the future. You will lead a team to provide high quality teaching, learning and assessment, and contribute to our strategy of creating and maintaining a culture of excellence in the faculty area. You will be able to support and lead your team in planning and delivering outstanding lessons in a variety of learning environments. A highly engaged, positive and inspirational leader, you will also have a genuine desire to improve the life chances of learners. You will work with the Faculty Manager and your team to develop and deliver a dynamic study programme that encapsulates a broad range of industry topics and effectively prepares young people for their future careers. You will also develop and implement strategies to improve learner attendance, retention and achievement. You will be responsible for the day-to-day management of your curriculum area and, occasionally, may stand in for the Faculty Manager if required. This role is a great opportunity for those seeking to use their existing management and teaching skills to benefit the lives of young people. You will be highly motivated and able to build positive relationships. You will be committed to continual professional development. Your planning, organisation skills and attention to detail will be excellent. As your duties will include delivering high quality teaching, learning and assessment, you will hold a minimum Level 3 IT qualification, a Level 5 teaching qualification (DET/PGCE) and knowledge of the career opportunities the industry provides along with sound IT skills using Microsoft Office. Ideally, you will hold an assessor qualification, or be willing to work towards it.

      Latest Application By: 25-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10861

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    • Senior IT Technician

    • Starting salary £26,230 rising to £29,472 with experience. We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Senior IT Technician to join a small team providing essential, high-level IT services, technical support and advice in a networked domain infrastructure. The role holder will be responsible for maintaining the comprehensive desktop IT infrastructure at the college in order to meet the needs of all staff and students. The primary function of the role will be to provide 2nd and 3rd line technical support to the IT desktop and helpdesk support team. The role holder will be expected to work on their own initiative with the ability to efficiently manage the priorities and workload of themselves and the desktop/helpdesk team. They will be required to establish and maintain good relationships with all IT users, seeking to fully understand their needs and providing solutions and documentation as required. The post plays a crucial role in providing desktop project management e.g. rollouts, enrolment etc. and resolving desktop issues and advising the desktop/helpdesk technicians and IT user population on routine technical IT and information security issues, ensuring the college policies and procedures with respect to hardware, software and security are adhered to. The successful candidate will have comprehensive and up-to-date experience, knowledge and technical competence across a wide range of IT areas including customer support, hardware, technical documentation, edge networking and installation of new IT equipment as required. They will be a well-organised, pro-active individual who will work well as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a necessity, plus a keen attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines. The candidate will also need to be able to learn new applications quickly and easily.

      Latest Application By: 28-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10849a

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    • Senior MIS Administrator

    • Salary: £16,784 per annum, rising with experience in the role to £19,712 per annum We are looking for a Senior MIS Administrator to join our MIS team to assist in the provision of data and information management in relation to student, enrolment and attendance data processes. The Senior MIS Administrator will be responsible for ensuring accurate and timely recording of student enrolment and attendance based data. The successful candidate will be responsible for their own administrative workload, ensuring that their work is carried out accurately and within agreed deadlines. Experience of working in a data role and administrative experience are essential, experience of register and timetabling administration would be an advantage. Good IT skills are essential and prior experience in an education setting would be preferable.

      Latest Application By: 24-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10877

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    • Skills Trainer Assessor – Brickwork – Part time 18.5 hours per week

    • We currently have a permanent opportunity for a Skills Trainer Assessor in the College’s Employer Services & Apprenticeships Academy. In this role you will be responsible for managing a caseload of Brickwork Apprentices with a focus on assessing workplace competence and tracking of apprentices overall progress. It’s a critical role as you will be responsible for delivering and tying together all elements of their Apprenticeship ensuring that they are able to achieve timely success. The working hours will usually be 18.5 per week. However, the working hours will vary on occasions dependent on the needs of the Employers, Apprentices, & the College. The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of Level 3 in the relevant vocational subject along with a minimum of 3 years relevant industry experience in the Brickwork field. Ideally you will be a fully qualified Assessor but this is not essential as the College can support you in achieving this as part of your professional development. If this is the right role for you then you will be highly motivated, a self-starter and a strong team player with the ability to prioritise and co-ordinate workloads effectively. You will need to have the highest levels of commitment to the apprentices, be dedicated to facilitating their achievement, able to engage and motivate apprentices and have a passion for sharing your own industry knowledge, skills and experience. Exceptional communication skills are essential, both verbal and written along with excellent interpersonal skills to allow you to form effective relationships with your Colleagues, the Apprentices and their Employers. You will need to have a flexible approach to your workload ensuring that Apprentices and Employers are prioritised at all times. Proficient in the use of ICT systems is crucial to enable you to manage the caseload using an Electronic Portfolio System.

      Latest Application By: 27-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10773b

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    • Skills Trainer Assessor – Engineering (Fabrication and Welding)

    • £23,726 rising to £26,757 with experience in role (£20,326 rising to £23,357 with experience in role, plus Market Allowance of £3,400 for a Level 3 qualification in Fabrication and/or Welding) If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to utilise your skills and knowledge whilst developing your own career, this opportunity will be rewarding and fulfilling. In this role you will be assessing apprentices’ progress in the work-place to meet the principles of their apprenticeship programme We currently have a permanent, full-time opportunity for a Skills Trainer Assessor in Engineering Fabrication and Welding. In this role you will act as the main point of contact for the apprentices and employers providing guidance, support and technical knowledge to develop the apprentices and ensure successful achievement. Your main remit will be to assess occupational competence against the relevant engineering qualification and pathways. The working hours will be 37hrs per week. However, your hours will vary on occasion dependent on the needs of the Employers and their apprentices and you will therefore need to have a flexible approach. The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of level 2 in English and Maths, along with a vocationally relevant engineering qualification at a minimum of level 3 coupled with recent and relevant industry experience. Ideally you will also hold an assessing and/or IQA qualification but this is not essential as the College will support you in achieving this as part of your professional development. You will be an organised, motivated, self-starter with the highest level of commitment to securing timely apprenticeship achievement. You need to be confident in working autonomously and working away from the College site whilst maintaining a professional approach at all times. You will be a strong collaborator with exceptional communication skills (both verbally and written) as you will work closely with curriculum leads, tutors and employers.

      Latest Application By: 27-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10798b

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    • Skills Trainer Assessor –Engineering (Electrical/Maintenance bias)

    • £20,326 rising to £23,357 with experience in role, plus Market Allowance of £3,400 for a Level 3 qualification in EngineeringWe currently have a permanent, full-time opportunity for a Skills Trainer Assessor in the College’s Employer Services & Apprenticeships Academy. In this role you will be responsible for managing a caseload of Engineering Apprentices with a focus on assessing workplace competence and tracking of apprentices overall progress. Your role will be critical as you will be responsible for tying together all elements of their Apprenticeship ensuring that they are able to achieve timely success. The working hours will usually be 8.30 am to 5.00 pm from Monday to Thursday and 8.30 am to 4.30 pm on Friday. However, the working hours will vary on occasions dependent on the needs of the Employers, Apprentices, & the College. The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of Level 3 in the relevant vocational subject along with a minimum of 3 years relevant industry experience as an Engineer. Ideally you will be a fully qualified Assessor but this is not essential as the College may support you in achieving this as part of your professional development. If this is the right role for you then you will be highly motivated, a self-starter and a strong team player with the ability to prioritise and co-ordinate workloads effectively. You will need to have the highest levels of commitment to the apprentices, be dedicated to facilitating their achievement, able to engage and motivate apprentices and have a passion for sharing your own industry knowledge, skills and experience. Exceptional communication skills are essential, both verbal and written along with excellent interpersonal skills to allow you to form effective relationships with your Colleagues, the Apprentices and their Employers. You will need to have a flexible approach to your workload ensuring that Apprentices and Employers are prioritised at all times. Proficient in the use of ICT systems is crucial to enable you to manage the caseload using an Electronic Portfolio System The College offers many good employment benefits including 30 days holiday entitlement plus Christmas close down access to the Local Government Pension scheme, and many on-site benefits and facilities, including a gym and on-site nursery. This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site but your role will take you to sites across the Peterborough areas and neighbouring counties.

      Latest Application By: 27-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10713e

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    • HE Student Support Officer (UCP)

    • Starting at £23,867 rising to £25,790 with experience in the role. We currently have a permanent, full time opportunity for a HE Student Support Officer. In this role you will be responsible for leading all aspects of Student Support at University Centre Peterborough, and line management of the Student Advisor. The role involves responding to learner referrals and requests to Health, Welfare, Finance and Disability requirements, organising student events in relation to Student Experience, providing advice and guidance to all students and overseeing support for students who have academic issues. In addition the role will also include involvement with planning of events including our graduation held at Peterborough Cathedral working closely with the Marketing and Events Coordinator. Your area of responsibility will vary so flexibility and the ability to prioritise are essential along with attention to detail. The working hours will usually be 8.30 am to 5.00 pm from Monday to Thursday and 8.30 am to 4.30 pm on Friday. However, the working hours will vary on occasions dependent on the needs of the University Centre. Evening and weekend work may be required due to events such as Open Days and Graduation. The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of level 2 in English, Maths and IT, along with a higher education degree and proven experience of Student Support is essential. Knowledge of project management and an understanding of Higher Education as well as good communication and interpersonal skills alongside the ability to work independently in a customer focused environment are a necessity in this role. You will be a motivated, self-starter with the highest level of commitment to constantly seeking to improve student experience. This is a target driven supportive role which underpins the retention and achievement of our students. Exceptional communication skills both verbally and written are essential along with excellent presentation and negotiation skills.

      Latest Application By: 28-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10871

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    • VHL Lecturer in HE Education (hourly post) – Internal employees only

    • £26.05 per hour to £28.33 per hour depending on qualifications and experience (this rate includes market allowance for holding relevant level 3 qualification, prep time and holiday) Within this role you will be variable hour’s lecturer for Higher Education Provision up to level 6. The key duties of our Lecturers include: • Delivering high quality teaching and learning • Supervising Students Research Projects • Guiding and supporting learners, providing pastoral support and care • Providing appropriate assignment material for each programme and developing our contextual learning • Monitoring the progress, retention and achievement of learners • Attending and monitoring workplace visits The working hours will usually be 6 per week. Essential requirements are a Level 7 (Masters Level) or above qualification or equivalent in the relevant area, and suitable industrial experience. Experience and/or qualifications in teaching and assessing would be advantageous, but is not essential. We welcome applications from people in industry, and will provide the necessary support to obtain your professional teaching qualification and assessor/verifier awards in-house. You will be a self starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation and planning ability. This is a great opportunity to invest in the next generation of professionals.

      Latest Application By: 29-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10874

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    • HE Engagement Administrator – Fixed Term Contract

    • £11,628 per annum (pro-rata of £23,256 per annum) The HE Engagement Administrator will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of a widening participation project within the college that aims to increase the progression to HE among students from lower socio-economic backgrounds. They will also undertake risk assessments and be responsible for the budgeting, invoicing and overseeing of project finance. The successful candidate will have the ability to understand activities of the post in a wider HE and widening participation context. Working 18.5 hours per week, a flexible working pattern is available. However, the working hours may vary on occasions dependent on the needs of the project and the College. The successful candidate will have a level 2 qualification in English and Maths, along with relevant experience in administration. HE experience and/or a degree is desirable. You will be a motivated, hardworking self-starter with high levels of commitment and who compassionately recognises the challenges faced by young people looking to enter higher education. Exceptional communication skills both verbally and written are essential along with excellent presentation, excel and negotiation skills. Interviews for this role will be held week commencing 4th February 2019.

      Latest Application By: 30-Jan-2019

      Location: University Centre Peterborough

      Reference: 10872

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    • HE Science/Sport Science Lab Technician - Term time only

    • Starting Salary of £13,676 rising to £14,959 (pro-rata of £15,660 to £17,113 per annum). We are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our Science and Sports teams within our Commercial Services and Technology Skills area. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to utilise your skills and experience whilst developing your own career, this role will be both rewarding and fulfilling. Within this role you will support the teachers across FE and HE level Science and HE Sports Science courses and the key duties of our Lab Technicians include: • Set up and removal of lab equipment prior to lab sessions following strict health and safety guidelines. • Liaising with teaching staff to identify requirements of classes. • Supervision of equipment for dissertation students on both sciences and sports science degrees • Arranging quotes for lab equipment. • General maintenance of lab equipment. • Maintaining stock levels. Prior knowledge required • Experience of working or be knowledge of working within a microbiology or molecular biology laboratory • It would also be advantageous to have knowledge of preparing solutions in a chemistry environment. The role may suit someone with strong science skills who is prepared to learn the requirements for Sports science. The working hours will usually be 37 per week on Monday to Friday, which may include some evenings and will be term time only covering both FE and HE terms. There is the possibility to Job Share. Essential requirements are a Level 3 or above qualification or equivalent in the relevant area, and suitable experience of working with Science degrees at level 6. You will be a self starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation, planning and communication skills. The College offers many good employment benefits including many on-site benefits and facilities, including a gym and on-site nursery. This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site.

      Latest Application By: 03-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10850a

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    • Nursery Nurse

    • £16,598.92 rising to £18,138.38 per annum with experience in role. (Pro rata of £15,354 - £16,778). We are currently seeking a Nursery Nurse to work at our busy diverse on-site Nursery on a permanent basis. This role will work 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday, with hours between 8.00 and 6.00pm. This role is working all year round. Within this role you will work as part of a team providing a full range of stimulating activity for children, ensuring each child’s individual needs are met. You will also develop a positive relationship with parents/carers and other staff, including being a key worker and carrying out both developmental activities and care routines. The successful candidate will hold a Level 3 childcare qualification and a good level of general education including Level 2 qualifications in English and Maths. You will also need previous experience of working with children age 0-5 years. Additional training in first aid, food hygiene and safeguarding would be beneficial. This role requires flexibility and enthusiasm and a passion to see children achieve their potential.

      Latest Application By: 31-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10858a

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    • Science Lab Technician - Term Time Only

    • Starting Salary of £13,676 rising to £14,959 (pro-rata of £15,660 to £17,113 per annum). Peterborough Regional College is a large, successful college of further and higher education. We currently have a permanent opportunity for two Technicians in the busy Science team. In this role you will be responsible for supporting the teaching team to deliver high levels of practical support when planning for and conducting experiments linked to learners’ main programmes of study. We currently offer courses from BTEC level 1 to level 3 on a range of programmes including Applied Science, Biomedical and Forensics. You will be responsible for receiving requests, ordering and setting up equipment and supporting the team in maintaining a safe environment for our learners. Your area of responsibility will vary so flexibility and the ability to prioritise are essential along with attention to detail. The working hours will usually be Term Time only (38 weeks per year) 8.30 am to 5.00 pm from Monday to Thursday and 8.30 am to 4.30 pm on Friday. However, the working hours will vary on occasions dependent on the needs of the College. The successful candidate will have a good level of general education. Previous experience of working in Science labs is desirable as is having studied Science to level 3 standard. You will be self motivated with a high level of initiative and attention to detail. Exceptional communication skills both verbally and written are essential. The College offers many good employment benefits including access to the Local Government Pension scheme, and many on-site benefits and facilities, including a gym and on-site nursery. This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site.

      Latest Application By: 03-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10782d

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    • Curriculum Leader in Electrical Installation – Full Time

    • Starting salary of £35,552 rising to £40,226 with experience in role (£29,432 per to £34,106 + market rate allowance of £6,000 per annum for holding relevant Level 3 qualification) As Curriculum Leader for Electrical Installations - you will lead the provision in this area, co-ordinating and teaching on the qualifications offered. Essential requirements are a Level 5 teaching qualification, the relevant qualifications to teach in the area (minimum of level 3) TAQA 3 -4 together with relevant industry and teaching experience. You will be up to date with current initiatives but also be fully aware of future developments. Enthusiastic and motivated with a passion for embedding professional standards, you will role model excellence in teaching. You will be a self-starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation and planning ability. This is a great opportunity to invest in the next generation of professionals.

      Latest Application By: 03-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10799c

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    • Curriculum Leader in Electrical Installation (Apprenticeships) – Full Time

    • Starting salary of £35,552 rising to £40,226 with experience in role (£29,432 per to £34106 + market rate allowance of £6,000 per annum for holding relevant Level 3 qualification) As Curriculum Leader for Electrical Installations (Apprenticeships) - you will lead the provision in this area, co-ordinating and teaching on the qualifications offered. Essential requirements are a Level 5 teaching qualification, the relevant qualifications to teach in the area (minimum of level 3) TAQA 3 -4 together with relevant industry and teaching experience. You will be up to date with current initiatives but also be fully aware of future developments. Enthusiastic and motivated with a passion for embedding professional standards, you will role model excellence in teaching. You will be a self-starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation and planning ability. This is a great opportunity to invest in the next generation of professionals.

      Latest Application By: 01-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10815b

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    • HR Assistant – fixed term 4 to 6 months

    • £15,968 to £17,513 per annum depending on experience Peterborough Regional College is a large college of further and higher education. We currently have an opportunity for a proactive and enthusiastic individual to join our busy team as a HR Assistant. In this role you will be responsible for a range of administration and co-ordination tasks to support the HR team. We are a small team so areas of support will be varied predominantly focusing on recruitment, payroll related administration and updating our HR database. The post holder will need to be well organised and enjoy working in a team environment. The successful candidate will have previous administration experience along with a good level of education to a minimum of GCSE’s at level C/4 or above for English and Maths. IT proficient you will also have a good knowledge of Microsoft office. Previous HR experience would be an advantage, but not essential. This post is working 37 hours per week on a fixed term basis covering maternity leave, approximately 4 to 6 months. Benefits in this post include access to the Local Government Career Averaging Pension Scheme, pro rata of 30 days annual leave, 8 days public holidays and additional efficiency days at Christmas.

      Latest Application By: 31-Jan-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10870

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    • Lecturer in Electrical Installation in Construction

    • Starting salary of £30,915 for non-qualified teachers/£33,281 for qualified teachers, rising to £34,855 with experience in the role and a golden hello payment of up to £2000. (£24,915 for non-qualified teachers/£27,281 for qualified teachers, rising to £28,855, plus £6000 market allowance for holding a relevant level 3 qualification) We are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our Electrical team within our Engineering & Construction area. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to utilise your skills and experience whilst developing your own career, this role will be both rewarding and fulfilling. You will pass on your specialist knowledge, and will be developing skills for the future. Within this role you will teach across both full and part time courses and the key duties of our Lecturers include: • Delivering high quality teaching and learning • Guiding and supporting learners, providing pastoral support and care • Providing appropriate assignment material for each programme and developing our contextual learning • Monitoring the progress, retention and achievement of learners. The working hours will usually be 37 per week on Monday to Friday, which may include some evening provision. Essential requirements are a Level 3 or above qualification or equivalent in the relevant area, and suitable industrial experience. Experience and/or qualifications in teaching and assessing would be advantageous, but is not essential. We welcome applications from people in industry, and will provide the necessary support to obtain your professional teaching qualification and assessor/verifier awards in-house. You will be a self starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation and planning ability. This is a great opportunity to invest in the next generation of professionals.

      Latest Application By: 01-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10809c

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    • Specialist Support for Physical, Medical and Care Needs

    • Starting at £18,554 rising to £20,318 with experience in the role. Peterborough Regional College is a large, successful college of further and higher education. We currently have a permanent, 37 hours, position available in the College’s ALS and SEND Team. This role responsibilities include undertaking assessments of learners in order to make recommendations for support and complete, coordinate and review risk assessments, support plans and support delivery. This role also includes the coordination of our Personal Care Team. The working hours will usually be 8.30 am to 5.00 pm. However, the working hours will vary on occasions dependent on the needs of the College. Qualifications needed for the role: • Level 2 qualification in English and Maths • Level 2 Learning Support qualification or in a relevant area • Level 4 Health and Social Care Qualification or equivalent (We would consider candidates who hold a Level 3 Qualifications and was willing to work towards a Level 4) • Experience or involvement in the assessing, planning and reviewing of support for young people and adults with Physical, Medical and Care Needs including PMLD. Personal attributes needed for the role: • Ability to act calmly in difficult situations and respond professionally to stressful and challenging behaviour • Strong interpersonal and communication skills • Organisation, time management and flexibility • Strong team player • Compassionate and patient • Self-motivated and ability to work independently and using own initiative • Proactive, positive and enthusiastic • Confidential approach The College offers many good employment benefits including 30 days holiday entitlement plus Christmas close down (or additional payment for hourly employees), access to the Local Government Pension scheme, and many on-site benefits and facilities, including a gym and on-site nursery. This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site.

      Latest Application By: 03-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10879

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    • Variable Hours Lecturer in Bioscience

    • FE hours: £22.89 per hour for pre-qualified lecturers to £25.08 per hour for qualified lecturer (this rate includes 30 minutes prep time and holiday) plus £1.06 per hour Market Allowance for holding a relevant degree qualification HE Hours: £27.28 per hour for pre-qualified lecturers rising to £29.89 per hour for qualified lecturers (this rate includes HE 50 prep time allowance plus holiday) plus £1.06 per hour Market Allowance for holding a relevant degree qualification. Peterborough Regional College is a large, successful college of further and higher education with an established employer and apprenticeship provision. We are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our Science team. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to utilise your skills and experience whilst developing your own career, this role will be both rewarding and fulfilling. You will pass on your specialist knowledge, and will be developing skills for the future. Within this role you will teach across the Bioscience degree pathway, Access to HE Science pathway and Level 3 BTEC Science courses. The key duties of our Lecturers include: • Delivering high quality teaching and learning • Guiding and supporting learners, providing pastoral support and care • Providing appropriate assignment material for each programme and developing our contextual learning • Monitoring the progress, retention and achievement of learners. Essential requirements are a BSc (Biology related) degree and an MSc (Biology related) being desirable. You will have experience in one or some of the following subject areas: Molecular cell biology, Pathology or Biochemistry, industrial experience would be preferred. Experience and/or qualifications in teaching and assessing would be advantageous, but is not essential. We welcome applications from people in industry, and will provide the necessary support to obtain your professional teaching qualification and assessor/verifier awards in-house. You will be a self starter, who can quickly build relationships, with excellent organisation and planning ability. This is a great opportunity to invest in the next generation of professionals. The College offers many good employment benefits including 37 days holiday entitlement plus Christmas close down (or additional payment for hourly employees), access to the Teachers Pension scheme, and many on-site benefits and facilities, including a gym and on-site nursery. This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site.

      Latest Application By: 03-Feb-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10792a

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