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    • Achievement Support Leader *applications from at risk internal employees only*

    • Starting at £20,326 rising to £23,357 with experience in the role. We currently have a permanent, full time opportunity for an Achievement Support Leader (ASL) in the Construction team. This exciting position of Achievement Support Leader is essential to ensuring timely student success. As an Achievement Support Leader you will be responsible for supporting learning progress of the students you support, as well as delivering group tutorials/ workshops and facilitating assessment activities, alongside monitoring the effectiveness of placements and provide support to learners’ throughout their placements ensuring that College standards and expectations are met and maintained. As an Achievement Support Leader you will have excellent communication skills, outstanding levels of customer service and be efficient in your working practice. This role requires you to set SMART targets for students and support outstanding learning outcomes, using and accessing data, alongside monitoring and tracking of learner attendance. 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 College. The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of level 2 in English and Maths, along with a relevant qualification at a minimum of level 3 or equivalent relevant experience. You will be experienced in using IT applications and have the ability to lead and co-ordinate. Ideally you will also hold a level 3 qualification related to the support of learners and a TAQA qualification but this is not essential as the College will support you in achieving these as part of your professional development. You will be a motivated, self-starter with the highest level of commitment to constantly seeking new business opportunities. This is a target driven role requiring a creative person that is driven to succeed. • Exceptional communication skills both verbally and written are essential along with excellent presentation and negotiation skills. • An ability to develop the quality of the student experience that leads to outstanding outcomes • Experience of implementing a range of quality processes and systems within a further education environment • An ability to engage and motivate students to deliver high performance outcomes in a further education environment • Awareness and respect for colleagues, young adults and children’s cultural, religious and emotional needs and beliefs • Committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people

      Latest Application By: 23-Jul-2019

      Reference: 10963

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    • Curriculum Leader in Science

    • Salary range starting at £29,432, rising to £35,119 with experience in the role 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. The successful applicant will hold a minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent. You will hold a minimum Level 3 or higher qualification in Science, plus a Level 5 teaching qualification. You will need knowledge of the career opportunities the industry provides along with sound IT skills using Microsoft Office. If you have exceptional communication skills and the ability to prioritise and coordinate efficiently, this may be the right role for you. You will be a self starter, who can quickly develop a good rapport with a variety of people. Within this role there are teaching hours attached and you will teach across level courses and the key duties 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. This is a full time role working 37 hours per week across Monday to Friday. The College offers many good employment benefits, including a generous holiday entitlement and pension scheme. This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site.

      Latest Application By: 25-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10956

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    • HE Science Support Technician – Term Time Only

    • Starting Salary of £14,657.70 rising to £17,214.46 (pro-rata of £16,784 to £19,917 per annum). 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. Within this role you will support the teachers across FE and HE level 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. • Responsible for all science degree practical sessions and supporting staff during the practical session. • Supervision of dissertation students, while they carry out their lab work for their projects. • Arranging quotes for lab equipment. • General maintenance of lab equipment. • Maintaining stock levels. • Being responsible for the overall running of the labs within the science department with support from the other 2 technicians. Prior knowledge required • Experience of working or have the knowledge of working within a microbiology or molecular biology laboratory • Have strong science skills, in particular Biology knowledge. • It would also be advantageous to have knowledge of preparing solutions in a chemistry environment. The working hours will usually be 37 per week Monday to Friday, which may include some evenings and will be term time only covering both FE and HE terms. There will also be an occasional Saturday. 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.

      Latest Application By: 26-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10938a

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    • Nursery Nurse

    • £12,831.89 rising to £13,875.03 per annum depending on experience. Pro rata of £15,826 - £17,113 .We are currently seeking a passionate Nursery Nurse to work at our busy Outstanding on-site Nursery on a permanent basis. Within this role you will work as part of an Outstanding team providing a full range of imaginative and stimulating activities 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 person and carrying out both developmental activities and care routines. The successful candidate will hold a minimum of a full and relevant Level 2 childcare qualification and a good level of general education, including Level 2 qualifications in English and Maths. The successful candidate will be prepared to expand their knowledge and skill set by training up to a Level 3 qualification. You will also need previous experience of working with children age 0-5 years. Experience of having key children is also desired. In this role you will work 30 hours per week, Monday – Friday, with hours between 8.00 and 6.00pm. Part-time/job share considered. This role requires flexibility and enthusiasm and a passion to see children achieve their potential. We are proud to be an Ofsted registered Outstanding nursery so if you have high standards and want to be part of our successful team please apply today. To find out more about the role or please contact Adele or Brogan on 01733 762180 for an informal chat.

      Latest Application By: 25-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10946a

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    • Skills Trainer Assessor – Electrical Installations

    • Full Time 37 hours per week – £20,326, rising with experience in the role to £23,357 per annum plus £6,000 market allowance for holding a level 3 qualification. 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 providing training, assessing and mentoring support to apprentices to achieve an Apprenticeship framework. You will deliver and develop training programmes which are responsive to learner and employer needs and assess the competence of work-based candidates on QCF programmes against national standards. You will visit learners in the workplace to ensure progression of learning aims and undertake apprentice sign-ups with employers as necessary. The successful candidate will be a qualified Electrician hold as a minimum a Level 3 qualification in Electrical Installations or equivalent. You will hold Level 2 qualifications in English and Maths, and ideally you will hold a Level 3 TAQA Assessor‘s Award or equivalent, however we will help support you to gain the TAQA qualification in-house. You will have recent and relevant experience of working within the Electrical contractor industry and experience of producing and presenting information and reports using a variety of methods. You will also have experience of planning, executing and evaluating activities. You will also need a full driving licence to undertake assessments across the region. If you have exceptional communication skills and the ability to prioritise and coordinate efficiently, this may be the right role for you. You will be a self-starter, who can quickly develop a good rapport with a variety of people.

      Latest Application By: 25-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10915b

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    • Work Experience Placement Coordinator *applications from at risk internal employees only*

    • Starting salary of £18,687.01 rising to £20,359.06 with experience in role. (Pro rata of £20,326 - £22,144) Working 40 weeks per year. Peterborough Regional College is a large, successful college of further and higher education. Gaining positive work experiences can help learners to identify their future careers. Our learners go onto work in a variety of roles in different industries. We currently looking for an enthusiastic and positive person with a ‘can do’ attitude to join our Work Experience team. In this role you will be working towards ensuring learners on the new Technical Qualifications have a work placement as well as supporting learners who are completing work experience part of their study programme. You will complete the initial visit to employers and provide guidance on how work experience can be developed within their organisation, check the health and safety in the work place and create job descriptions for work experience opportunities. In addition, you may be asked to identify potential employers for specific curriculum areas. You may be required to support the curriculum teams in visiting learners whilst on placement and provide encouragement for the learners in finding placements 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 dependent upon the needs of the College and/or the employer. The successful candidate will be based at our main college campus; however this role will involve you lone working the majority of the time. The successful candidate will have a minimum of GCSE or equivalent in maths & English, IT Level 2 qualification or equivalent, a minimum of IOSH Working Safely qualification or willing to work towards it and experience of working in any educational area with young adults. A full driving licence is required as you will be visiting employers on a daily basis. You may be required to use your own vehicle if a college vehicle is not available. You will be a motivated, with great communication skills, a self-starter with the highest level of commitment to identify new work experience opportunities. This is a role requiring a creative person that is driven to succeed. Exceptional communication skills both verbally and written are essential along with excellent presentation and negotiation skills.

      Latest Application By: 23-Jul-2019

      Reference: 10936

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    • Skills Trainer Assessor – Business Suite 22.2 hours per week, fixed term until 31st December 2019

    • Starting at £12,195.32 rising to £ £14,014.19 with experience in the role. (Pro rata of £20,326 to £23,357) We currently have a fixed term, full time opportunity for Skills Trainer Assessor with specialism in Business and Customer service to join the team in the Employer Services and Apprenticeship Academy. Skills Trainer Assessors are at the heart of the Academy and are key supporting and guiding learners through every stage of their learning journey. In this role you will be responsible for managing a caseload of business related Apprentices with a focus on delivering and 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. You will continue to work with Apprentices and employers to ensure that progress is monitored and the Apprentice is successful. The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of Level 3 in a Business related subject along with a minimum of 3 years relevant industry experience and be a fully qualified Assessor. 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 and an enthusiasm for business. 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 to share 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. This is a target led role and 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: 28-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10941

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    • Skills Trainer Assessor – Early Years and Teaching Assistants

    • Starting at £20,326 rising to £23,357 with experience in the role. We currently have a permanent, full time opportunity for Skills Trainer Assessor with specialism in Early Years and Teaching Assistant to join the team in the Employer Services and Apprenticeship Academy. Skills Trainer Assessors are at the heart of the Academy and are key supporting and guiding learners through every stage of their learning journey. In this role you will be responsible for managing a caseload of childcare and teaching assistant related Apprentices with a focus on delivering and 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. You will continue to work with Apprentices and employers to ensure that progress is monitored and the Apprentice is successful. 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 an early years and teaching related subject along with a minimum of 3 years relevant industry experience. 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 and an enthusiasm for childcare. 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 to share 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. This is a target led role and 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: 28-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10959

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    • Student Support Worker

    • £8.21 rising to £8.88 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: 14-Aug-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10953a

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    • Lecturer in Visual Arts

    • Starting salary of £25,413 per annum for non-qualified teachers/£27,827 for qualified teachers, rising to £28,660 with experience in the role. Due to an increase in student numbers, we are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our Arts Academy to teach across our visual arts and design programmes. We are particularly looking for a range of three dimensional design or craft skills to be delivered. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like to utilise your strong drawing and painting 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. This role is a full time role. If you require any further information about hours available please contact the Curriculum Leader Visual Arts David Smith 01733-762240, david.smith@peterborough.ac.uk. Essential requirements are a Level 4 / 5 or above qualification or equivalent in the relevant area and/or 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. 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: 30-Jul-2019

      Location: Park Crescent

      Reference: 10965

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    • Temporary MIS Administrator - fixed-term contract to mid-September

    • £15,826 per annum We currently have a number of temporary, full time positions available for an enthusiastic team player to join the MIS team as an administrator to support College enrolment. Within this role you will be required to support the key processes for PRC and UCP enrolments involving: • Data entry to process enrolments • Producing ID Cards • Marshalling • Any other duties required to ensure a smooth enrolment period The successful applicant will be educated to Level 2 in English and Maths or equivalent and have previous administrative or data inputting experience. Accuracy within this role is also essential along with IT skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook). You should also be customer focused, a good communicator and be adaptable and able to work under pressure. Interviews for this role will be held on 5th August 2019.

      Latest Application By: 28-Jul-2019

      Reference: 10964

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