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Learning Support Assistant (Fixed Term & Permanent)

Learning Support Assistant Term-time, various hours available Fixed term to 31st July 2022. Permanent roles also available Salary £18,592 pro rata  Vacancies available are Kickstart – 16.5 hours (fixed term 31st July 2022), salary £6,600 per annum Andrew Phillips Unit – 26.5 hours (fixed term 31st July 2022) , £10,601 per annum Computing – 16.5 hours (permanent), salary £6,600 per annum Creative – 16.5 hours (permanent), salary £6,600 per annum Please let us know which vacancy/vacancies you are interested in, in the cover letter section of your application form.   Who are we looking for? We are seeking a candidate who has experience of supporting individuals in an educational setting to help overcome potential barriers to learning that may arise due to a learning difficulty/disability. You will provide a range of support strategies and support the learner in the development of study skills and promoting independence to help ensure maximum learner achievement. Industrial or vocational experience working with young people, who have complex communication and specific high level SEND is essential for this role. You will need to be flexible and able to demonstrate a proactive, sensitive and empathetic approach in helping individuals overcome personal challenges. You will have excellent communication skills and an adaptable and professional attitude. You will need to be able to work effectively as part of a highly skilled team and have a high level of disability awareness and safeguarding awareness.  Patience, enthusiasm and a good sense of humour are highly desirable attributes for this role. You will hold a level 2 in English and Maths (or have the ability to work towards) and a qualification in Supporting Learning at Level 2 or above is desirable. The post is fixed term until 31st July 2022, however there may be an opportunity to renew the contract for the next academic year.   Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Childcare vouchers Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to promoting Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The closing date for receipt of applications is 12:00 noon, 7th December 2021 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application. Please note late applications are not acceptable.

Motor Vehicle Course Leader (Tutor) - Part Time 18.5 Hours + £2,250 Golden Hello

Motor Vehicle Course Leader - Part Time  Permanent, 0.5 part time (18.5 hours) £26,244 - £29,549 pro rata per annum dependent on qualifications and experience PLUS £2,250 ‘Golden Hello’ staged over 3 years Who are we looking for? Burton and South Derbyshire College are looking for an experienced Motor Vehicle Course Leader to join our professional Motor Vehicle Team. You will assess and monitor students engaged in Level 1, 2 & 3 programs, and support and facilitate student learning; liaising closely with the Curriculum Team Leader, Course Leaders and Management. You will have working knowledge and industry experience of Motor Vehicle systems and technical Maintenance up to Level 3 and knowledge of NVQ systems and operations.  If you feel you have the skills, motivation and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. We will also welcome graduate applications for this role, on our Graduate Teaching Programme. Please visit our Careers page for more information.  Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to promoting Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, 7th December 2021 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable.

Motor Vehicle Course Leader (Tutor) - full time + £4,500 Golden Hello

Motor Vehicle Course Leader  -  2 Roles  Permanent, full time (37 hours)  £26,244 - £29,549 per annum dependent on qualifications and experience PLUS £4,500 ‘Golden Hello’ staged over 3 years Who are we looking for? Burton and South Derbyshire College is seeking to appoint  qualified, committed and enthusiastic individuals to join our Motor Vehicle team to deliver and lead on a range of full-time programmes. You will assess and monitor students engaged in Level 1, 2 & 3 programs, and support and facilitate student learning; liaising closely with the Curriculum Team Leader, Course Leaders and Management. You will have working knowledge and industry experience of Motor Vehicle systems and technical Maintenance up to Level 3 and knowledge of NVQ systems and operations. The College welcomes applications from vocational specialists who wish to pursue a career in further education and is therefore prepared to offer training for individuals to gain a recognised teaching qualification alongside this role. If you feel you have the skills, motivation and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. (We also welcome graduate applications for this role, on our Graduate Teaching Programme. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk )  Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to promoting Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, 7th December 2021 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable.

Work Based Trainer Assessor - Hospitality and Catering, part time 22.2 hours

Work Based Assessor Trainer – Hospitality and Catering 22.2 hours per week (3 days; to be worked flexibly) £26,244 - £29,549 pro-rata per annum Teachers Pension 32 Days Holiday pro-rata Due to our growing apprenticeship provision, we are looking to appoint an experienced Trainer Assessor for Hospitality and Catering to join our professional apprenticeship team. Requirements of the role Train, assess, and support apprentices to achieve their full potential in theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and behaviours both in their workplace and at College. You may also be required from time to time to support in the delivery of full-time learners in College. Industrial and commercial experience within the Hospitality and Catering industry is essential, alongside an understanding and knowledge of the current apprenticeship standards up to Level 3.  Current standards are Chef de Partie, Commis Chef, Production Chef, Hospitality Supervisor An appropriate teaching qualification, assessor award, and teaching experience is highly desirable, but all levels of prior training and experience will be considered for the right candidate as there will be opportunities for gaining further qualifications. Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to promoting Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are committed to a sustainability agenda and are working hard towards achieving a net zero environmental impact. We aim to embed this in our culture with our staff, learners, visitors and suppliers all expected to show dedication towards reducing our carbon footprint The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, Wednesday 8th December 2021 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk  

Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineering Teacher & Trainer

Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineering Teacher & Trainer  Based at Toyota ADC  39 Hours per week Salary of up to £37,000, depending on teaching experience We have an exciting opportunity available for a full time qualified and experienced engineering trainer/teacher. The post will be based in the specialist centre for engineering maintenance apprenticeships which is a shared facility with one of our key blue chip manufacturing partner organisations. The role offers a fantastic chance to join a recognised and progressive FE College and to teach and train highly motivated individuals from a variety of companies. You will also benefit from professional development in a globally recognised automotive manufacturing environment. We are seeking candidates with strong track records of occupational competence in manufacture engineering and mechatronics, with technical capability and teaching/training experience in either:  electrical and electronic areas such as; systems maintenance, plcs, electro-pneumatics/hydraulics, general electrical engineering (foundation and principles), engineering mathematics, wiring and installation (industrial); or mechanical and mechatronics areas such as; hand skills, machining (milling / turning), welding, mechanical systems maintenance, plcs, fluid power, pneumatics, engineering drawing and materials. If you can demonstrate outstanding practice as a teacher or trainer we want to hear from you!. If you can demonstrate outstanding practice as a teacher or trainer we want to hear from you! Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Childcare vouchers Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to promoting Equal Opportunities. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are committed to a sustainability agenda and are working hard towards achieving a net zero environmental impact. We aim to embed this in our culture with our staff, learners, visitors and suppliers all expected to show dedication towards reducing our carbon footprint. The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, 8th December 2021 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable.

Apprenticeship Trainer Assessor - Engineering

Apprenticeship Trainer Assessor - Engineering Full time, 37 hours per week Salary £29,549 - £33,268 per annum dependant on qualifications and experience PLUS Bursary up to £1,800 per year (qualification level dependant) PLUS £4,500 ‘Golden Hello’ staged over 3 years PLUS, up to £5,000 professional development bursary for formal education and training qualifications including Level 3-5 Education & Teaching Level 3 TAQA Assessor Qualification Level 4 TAQA Internal Quality Assurance Qualification Requirements of the role Due to our growing apprenticeship provision, we are looking to appoint an experienced Trainer Assessor for Engineering to join our professional apprenticeship team. You will train, assess, and support apprentices to achieve their full potential in theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and behaviours both in their workplace and at college. You may also be required from time to time to support in the delivery of full-time engineering learners in college. Industrial and commercial experience within the engineering industry is essential, alongside an understanding and knowledge of the apprenticeship standards up to level 3. An appropriate teaching qualification, assessor award, and teaching experience is highly desirable, but all levels of prior training and experience will be considered for the right candidate as there will be opportunities for gaining further qualifications as stated above.   Location Stephen Burke Construction Academy in Swadlincote Campus, coupled with homeworking and work-based visits to apprentices.   For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk   Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, 4th January 2022 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable.

Trainer Assessor - Electrical Installation and Maintenance

Trainer Assessor – Electrical Installation and Maintenance Full time, 37 hours per week Salary £29,549 - £33,268 per annum dependent on qualifications and experience PLUS Bursary up to £1,800 per year (qualification level dependent) PLUS £4,500 ‘Golden Hello’ staged over 3 years PLUS, up to £5,000 professional development bursary for formal education and training qualifications including: Level 3-5 Education & Teaching Level 3 TAQA Assessor Qualification Level 4 TAQA Internal Quality Assurance Qualification Requirements of the role Due to our growing apprenticeship provision, we are looking to appoint an experienced Trainer Assessor for Electrical Installation and Maintenance to join our professional apprenticeship team. You will train, assess, and support apprentices to achieve their full potential in theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and behaviours both in their workplace and at college. You may also be required from time to time to support in the delivery of full-time electrical learners in college. Industrial and commercial experience within the electrical industry is essential, alongside an understanding and knowledge of the current apprenticeship standards up to level 3. An appropriate teaching qualification, assessor award, and teaching experience is highly desirable, but all levels of prior training and experience will be considered for the right candidate as there will be opportunities for gaining further qualifications as stated above. Location Stephen Burke Construction Academy in Swadlincote Campus, coupled with homeworking and work-based visits to apprentices. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk   Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, 4th January 2022 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable.

Trainer Assessor - Plumbing and Gas

Trainer Assessor – Plumbing and Gas Full Time, 37 hours per week Salary £29,549 per annum dependant on qualifications and experience PLUS Bursary up to £1,800 per year (qualification level dependant) PLUS £4,500 ‘Golden Hello’ staged over 3 years PLUS, up to £5,000 professional development bursary for formal education and training qualifications including: Level 3-5 Education & Teaching Level 3 TAQA Assessor Qualification Level 4 TAQA Internal Quality Assurance Qualification   Requirements of the role Due to our growing apprenticeship provision, we are looking to appoint an experienced Trainer Assessor for Plumbing to join our professional apprenticeship team. You will train, assess, and support apprentices to achieve their full potential in theoretical knowledge, practical skills and behaviours both in their workplace and at college. You may also be required from time to time to support in the delivery of full-time plumbing learners in college. Industrial and commercial experience within the plumbing industry is essential, alongside an understanding and knowledge of the current apprenticeship standards up to level 3. An appropriate teaching qualification, assessor award, and teaching experience is highly desirable, but all levels of prior training and experience will be considered for the right candidate as there will be opportunities for gaining further qualifications as stated above. Location Stephen Burke Construction Academy in Swadlincote Campus, coupled with homeworking and work-based visits to apprentices. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk   Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Family friendly policies Excellent staff training programme Outstanding on-site nursery Cycle to Work Scheme Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  If you feel you have the skills and understanding for this role, we would love to hear from you. Burton and South Derbyshire College; creating the skills of tomorrow. The College is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and the successful applicants for this post will be required to apply for the Disclosure at the enhanced level. Burton and South Derbyshire College is committed to Equal Opportunities. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The closing date for receipt of applications is  12 noon, 4th January 2022 .   Please see our “Work For Us” page on the College website for more information on how to complete the application.  Please note late applications are not acceptable.