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Early Years Course Leader (Tutor), Part Time 22.2hrs

Early Years Course Leader (Tutor) Part Time 0.6 FTE - 22.2 hrs/week (potential for additional hours) £15,985-£20,259 per annum (£26,642 - £33,766 pro rata) Burton on Trent, Town Centre Campus Who are we looking for? Burton and South Derbyshire College is seeking a dedicated individual to serve as an Early Years Course Leader within their education department. The role involves leading and delivering a variety of courses tailored to early childhood education, focusing on nurturing the development of children from infancy to early school years.  This position offers a rewarding opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of young children by providing high-quality early childhood education and fostering their growth and development during this crucial stage of life.  A degree or equivalent qualification in Early Childhood Education or Primary Education related experience is highly preferred. Possession of a certificate in education or a willingness to pursue one is valued. Proficiency in early childhood development theories and EYFS frameworks, including knowledge of relevant educational frameworks and regulations, is essential. Experience in designing and implementing engaging and age-appropriate learning activities for young children is advantageous. Strong communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues, parents, and external stakeholders are important aspects of the role. The successful candidate will be committed to creating a nurturing and inclusive learning environment that supports the holistic development of young children. Applicants should be qualified to, or willing to work towards, Level 2 English and Maths. Evidence of qualifications is required. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College is an Ofsted outstanding College. We value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Generous pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Flexible working policies Competitive maternity, paternity and adoption leave  Excellent staff training programme, including two staff development days per year On-site nursery with Good Ofsted rating Cycle to Work Scheme Free annual eye tests Access to our onsite gym Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry, our Mulberry Bistro and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  Reward and recognition through our Employee of the Month scheme Burton and South Derbyshire College are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture and you should share those values.  We would welcome applications from all candidates, including under-represented groups in respect of age, disability, sex, gender or gender identity, ethnicity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status which would reflect our diverse community. 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. In addition, internet searches will be undertaken in accordance with the KCSIE guidance. 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 22nd May 2024 .   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

Maths Course Leader (Tutor) - maternity cover

Maths Course Leader (Tutor) Maternity cover (1st August 2024 - 15th June 2025) Full time, 37 hours per week £27,304 - £30,743 per annum Burton on Trent, Town Centre Campus Who are we looking for? We are looking for individuals who have a passion for shaping the next generation. You’ll have the opportunity to be a role model with the ability to develop your students’ talents. You’ll be able to maximise their potential, enabling them to achieve something they thought possible. Energetic and driven. Your lessons must be effective and innovative, and support learners to progress and achieve success.  At BSDC we are very proud of our successful maths and English team who promote a strategy which enables learners to access a range of learning materials and additional support outside of the classroom environment. The college prides itself in its dedicated, professional and friendly team. It is therefore crucial that you share our ethos and commitment to excellence, innovation and collaboration. You do not need to have had teacher training to start teaching in FE. BSDC can support you to become a qualified teacher as part of the job and you could even be eligible for an FE initial teacher education (ITE) bursary to support your pre-service training in mathematics. Information on the eligibility criteria and application process for the FE ITE bursaries offer can be found by following the link. www.gov.uk/government/publications/fe-funding-initial-teacher-education-ite-bursaries-2022-to-2023/fe-ite-bursaries-funding-manual-2022-to-2023-academic-year Applicants should be qualified to, or willing to work towards, Level 2 English and Maths. Evidence of qualifications is required. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College is an Ofsted outstanding College. We value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Generous pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Flexible working policies Competitive maternity, paternity and adoption leave  Excellent staff training programme, including two staff development days per year On-site nursery with Good Ofsted rating Cycle to Work Scheme Free annual eye tests Access to our onsite gym Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry, our Mulberry Bistro and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  Reward and recognition through our Employee of the Month scheme Burton and South Derbyshire College are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture and you should share those values.  We would welcome applications from all candidates, including under-represented groups in respect of age, disability, sex, gender or gender identity, ethnicity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status which would reflect our diverse community. 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. In addition, internet searches will be undertaken in accordance with the KCSIE guidance. 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, Tuesday 28th May 2024 .   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.

Health and Social Care Skills Technician - 18.5hrs a week

Health and Social Care Skills Technician Part Time, 18.5 hours per week £11,851 per annum (£23,702 pro rata) Post to commence 1st August 2024 Who are we looking for? We have an exciting and unique opportunity to recruit a Health and Social Care Skills Technician to join the recently expanded curriculum facilities. In this role, you will support and set up the daily technical elements of all courses using a range of equipment and supplies for clinical skills and simulation teaching. The equipment range will include human patient simulators, computer-based simulators, and appropriate medical and surgical equipment. You will be required to provide high-level support and demonstrations to the curriculum teaching team and learners and have technical knowledge of equipment used in a healthcare and simulation-based education. The role will include ordering of consumables, maintenance and monitoring of equipment, and ensuring compliance with Health and Safety and COSHH. Ideally you will have experience of working within a clinical setting, and have experience or a qualification relevant to the role at Level 3 or above. You will have excellent time management and organisation skills and be able to communicate effectively across a range of staff and stakeholders. Applicants should be qualified to, or willing to work towards, Level 2 English and Maths. Evidence of qualifications is required. For more information please contact human.resources@bsdc.ac.uk Why come and work for us? Burton and South Derbyshire College is an Ofsted outstanding College. We value our employees and have a number of additional benefits to offer the successful applicant: Generous pension schemes for academic and support staff Generous holiday plans Free Employee Assistance Programme  Flexible working policies Competitive maternity, paternity and adoption leave  Excellent staff training programme, including two staff development days per year On-site nursery with Good Ofsted rating Cycle to Work Scheme Free annual eye tests Access to our onsite gym Staff discounts at our fine dining restaurant, The Mulberry, our Mulberry Bistro and Innovations Hair and Beauty salon  Reward and recognition through our Employee of the Month scheme Burton and South Derbyshire College are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture and you should share those values.  We would welcome applications from all candidates, including under-represented groups in respect of age, disability, sex, gender or gender identity, ethnicity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status which would reflect our diverse community. 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. In addition, internet searches will be undertaken in accordance with the KCSIE guidance. 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, Monday 3rd June 2024 .   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.