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New College Nottingham (ncn) is a vibrant, fast-moving college and is one of the largest in the UK. We are an integral part of the Nottingham community, with centres located throughout this great City, each sharing in our commitment to offering a great learner experience.

Thank you for you interest in our vacancies at Nottingham College. Please be advised that applications received for any of these posts from internal candidates who remain at risk of redundancy will be given priority over other candidates. We will advise you should this be the case.

Current Vacancies


Cleaner - see main text - £7.50 per hour
£7.50 per hour

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 15 hours per week, term time only (39 weeks per year)
£7.50 per hour, fixed term to 1 July 2018
Mobile round all campuses

Do you like to see things sparkle?

New College Nottingham Services based at Nottingham College are looking to recruit a cleaning team member who is passionate about high standards of cleanliness.

The duties will include mopping, vacuuming, dusting, cleaning toilets and showers, removal of rubbish and reporting faults. You will need to be flexible and adaptable to be on any site, filling in for absence. Hours of work are Monday to Friday, 6am to 9am.

If you would like more details, please contact Mel McKechnie, on 07515996766.

Closing date: 11pm Thursday 2nd November 2017

The interview date is to be confirmed.

New College Nottingham Services is a subsidiary company of Nottingham College, and as such the terms and conditions of employment are different, the main differences being:
• 28 days paid leave per year, made up of 20 days annual leave and 8 bank/public holidays. 
• You will be eligible to receive statutory sick pay.
• You will be provided with details of a personal pension plan which you can access.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM ATTACHED BELOW INSTEAD OF THE ONLINE PROCESS and email your completed form to jobs@ncn.ac.uk.  In your application provide us with details and examples of how you meet the job specifications which are noted in the attached job description below.

 

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Closing date: 02/11/2017 - 23:00



Assessment, Quality and Standards Manager -
c. £37.4k - £43.4k per annum

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 Full-time and permanent
Location: Nottingham, all campuses

Nottingham College is a £90million hub of skills, training and education and has been formed as a result of the city’s two existing FE colleges coming together in June 2017. The vision of the College is about excellence. Excellent students, excellent teaching, excellent facilities and above all, delivering that excellence to serve the business, social and cultural growth of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

This is a critical role within the Quality team that will take responsibility for co-ordinating and managing the college quality improvement process and initiatives with Curriculum Teams to improve overall performance and quality outcomes in line with current inspectorate and awarding body requirements. The post holder will act as the Quality Nominee with Awarding Organisations and oversee all activities relating to qualification assessment, standardisation and assurance.

We need an experienced and self-motivated individual to fulfil this role, you will be skilled in working across departments and building relationships with a wide range of teams and staff. You will be a strong communicator with a collaborative style and above all be committed to the highest standards and inspiring others to achieve those.

For further details on this post which the job profile and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Verity Holman, Head of Teaching, Learning and Improvement on 0115 884 2304 to discuss the post.

Previous applicants need not apply.

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of male staff, those from ethnic minority backgrounds and those with disabilities. In order to work towards matching our staff profile to that of our diverse student community, applications are particularly welcomed from such applicants. All applications will be treated on merit.

The closing date for this post is 11pm on Sunday 29 October 2017.
 

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Closing date: 29/10/2017 - 23:00



Lecturer in Sport (Football Academies) - full-time and permanent -
c. £23.3k - £35.3k per annum

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Nottingham College has a successful curriculum area of Sport with high numbers of learners from level one to foundation degree internally whilst also working extensively in partnerships with Professional Sports Clubs, local Schools and leisure providers locally. The Sport provision achieved a Grade 2 during its most recent OFSTED inspection. We now seek to recruit an experienced lecturer and course coordinator to manage our new branch of external football partnerships.  

We are looking for an experienced lecturer and course coordinator to join our successful Sport department. The successful candidate will be experienced in delivering BTEC Sport qualifications at levels 2 and 3. You will have a broad range of subject specialism that may include Sports Coaching, Sport Development and Sports Industry modules. Excellent communication and IT skills and the ability to inspire young people through effective teaching utilising innovation and new technologies are important qualities to excel in this post. Experience setting up, managing and teaching in a community setting will be advantageous as this forms the basis of the role.
 
For further details on this post which the job profile and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Adam Beazeley, Head of Faculty on 0115 9146404.

The closing date for this post is 11pm on Friday 27 October 2017.

Interviews will be held on Monday 6 November 2017.

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Closing date: 27/10/2017 - 23:00



Sessional Lecturer Government and Politics -
Hourly rate based on £23.3k - £35.3k per annum

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 Location: High Pavement campus

Nottingham College High Pavement City Sixth Form Academy offers students the opportunity to study A Levels chosen from 27 subjects in a friendly and supportive environment with excellent teaching, first class facilities and opportunities for a range of sporting, leisure and cultural activities.

We are looking for a Lecturer in A Level Government and Politics to provide excellent teaching and learning to our learners, during a cover period. The cover would commence 11 November and is expected to run until the February 2018. This post requires the sole delivery of the subject and the successful candidate would be supported by a high performing team.

Applicants should have recent experience of teaching Government and Politics at A level, either in their current post or as part of their PGCE. Applicants should have the ability to work as part of a team. In addition, they must have an interest in curriculum development in line with changes to the A level specifications. This will be evidenced through the use of up-to-date political research and ideas.

Applicants must be passionate about teaching A levels in the FE sector, and be committed to ensuring that our learners make the best possible progress. As such, applicants must also have a good sense of humour, the ability to work under pressure and adapt to change.

You will have a teaching qualification and be passionate about being a professional educator to young people.

For further details on this post which the job description and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Denise Jelly via email denise.jelly@nottinghamcollege.ac.uk. 

The closing date for this post is 11pm on Thursday 26th October 2017

The assessment centre for this post is Wednesday 1st November 2017

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of staff from ethnic minority backgrounds and those with disabilities. In order to work towards matching our staff profile to that of our diverse student community, applications are particularly welcomed from such applicants. All applications will be treated on merit.
 

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Closing date: 26/10/2017 - 23:00



Head of Operations -
£51,810 to £54,966 per annum

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Location: Maid Marion Way

Nottingham College are looking to recruit a highly skilled and motivated person to lead our Head of Operations role within the Partnerships, Apprenticeships and Enterprise Department. Following the merger of Central College Nottingham and New College Nottingham on the 8th June, the College is looking for a Head of Operations to lead our operational and strategic approach to delivery partnership and our own centralised apprenticeship delivery team.

This is an exciting opportunity to develop and manage a new team from the outset at our high-quality, high-reputation College focused on ensuring the highest quality of service to all employers and customers alike.

Reporting directly into the Vice Principal, you will be supported in your decision-making, but will be empowered to create effective and high quality-focused apprenticeship programmes. You will have a key role in harmonising, designing and developing our apprenticeship offer.

This is a really exciting time to join the College where you will be joining a new senior management team delivering results through engagement and successful managing performance through people.

We are seeking a skilled and self-motivated professional who:
• has an excellent understanding of the apprenticeship environment
• has in-depth knowledge of apprenticeship programmes and national delivery
• has thorough knowledge of Funding streams
• has track record of managing people and change management
• has understanding of ESFA, Ofsted and Audit compliance requirements
• is experienced in managing and collaborating with strategic partners and sub-contractors
• is able to engage, communicate clearly with all staff and employers
• is pro-active in working to and developing an open-ended brief.
• is experienced in managing budgets and subcontract Partners

As Head of Operations you will:
• be responsible for maintaining and installing continuous improvements of Quality Assurance
• be accountable for the achievement of all performance targets
• be responsible for the leadership, management and development of learning, ensuring that the quality of delivery is of the highest standard.
• lead, inspire and motivate the Delivery Team to ensure the best possible outcomes for all learners.
• work collaboratively with the Industry Relations team to report on sales pipeline, client status and to validate new client opportunities
• manage a team of Programme Managers, Team Leaders who deliver apprenticeship programmes
• manage the sub-contractor partnership performance and improvement team

For further details on this post which the job profile and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Julie Whitney on 01158380522 to arrange a discussion.

The closing date for this post is 11pm on Tuesday 24th October 2017.

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Closing date: 24/10/2017 - 23:00



Sessional Lecturer in Dance -
Hourly rate based on £23.3k - £29.5k per annum

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 Location: Clarendon campus

The Faculty of Music, Performance and Fashion is a vibrant and successful learning environment that offers students the opportunity to study a wide range of creative subjects from levels 1 to 6. The environment is friendly and supportive with excellent teaching, and good classroom facilities.

In this role you will share in the teaching, curriculum innovation and management of students across a range of Dance courses and Dance related subject areas.  We are particularly interested in applicants with skills in developing the following: Urban/Street Dance and/or Contemporary Dance, and have the ability to deliver to learners on our level 3 and undergraduate programmes.

We are looking to recruit high performing, inspiring individuals with the vision, talent and passion to join this successful and committed team to deliver outstanding provision within the Faculty. We believe that Nottingham College has the capacity to make a major contribution to transforming the future prospects of our City, County and Region and we seek to position ourselves at the heart of partnership strategies to deliver economic growth, business formation and employment outcomes.

For further details on this post which the job description and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Michelle Lloyd on 0115 8380140.

The closing date for this post is Sunday 22nd October 2017.
The interview date will be Monday 30th October 2017.

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of staff from ethnic minority backgrounds and those with disabilities. In order to work towards matching our staff profile to that of our diverse student community, applications are particularly welcomed from such applicants. All applications will be treated on merit.
 

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Closing date: 22/10/2017 - 23:00

Why work at ncn?

Benefits include a pension scheme, excellent staff development and training, family friendly working practices and generous holiday entitlement. All applicants will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check

Apply on-line or e-mail jobs@ncn.ac.uk for further details and an application form, quoting the relevant reference number.

We particularly welcome applications from Asian, African Caribbean and people from other ethnic minorities who are currently under-represented in our workforce. Disabled applicants who meet the essential shortlisting requirements will be guaranteed an interview