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Croydon College is a great place to work. Right in the heart of Croydon and with a diverse and lively student body, there’s always something going on. All our staff receive a great benefits package along with competitive salary ranges. And the College has recently been inspected by Investors in People and retained this prestigious quality mark, demonstrating our commitment to investing in our staff and their futures.

In addition to the appointments listed below we are always interested in hearing from those with talent and skills they might wish to use either in a voluntary or paid capacity within the College. Please email recruitment@croydon.ac.uk if you would like to register an interest and would welcome a discussion.

We have also collaborated with a number of stakeholders and external partners to produce a comprehensive Equality and Diversity policy, which applies to all areas of teaching, learning and working within Croydon College.

Application Guidance Notes

Application Guidance Notes

Application Form for Full and Part Time Staff

Self Assessment Report

Strategic Drivers 

 

Current Vacancies       


Sessional Lecturers - ESOL

Assessor - Hairdressing

Lecturer in Public Health and Social Care

 

ESOL – Sessional Lecturers

Part-time day and/or evening
Two posts (5.5 and 11.5 teaching hours) – to start in September 2014

Post Ref: 806
Salary: Hourly rate within the range of £19 - £29 per hour, inclusive of Outer London Weighting and holiday pay, dependent on qualifications and experience

We need excellent and dynamic teachers of ESOL to deliver to a variety of levels and age groups. An ability to teach IT to Level 1 is also desirable. If you have high professional standards, and place students and their learning and life chances at the centre of your teaching practice, then we want you to work with us. In addition to teaching you will also act as a course tutor where required and make a positive contribution to our successful ESOL team.

Working as part of a supportive team, you will be organised, have excellent communication skills and be able to implement College processes and practices to ensure that students succeed and progress. We offer a stimulating working environment where sharing good practice is the norm, and the professional support and development you receive enables you to reach your potential.

Experience in teaching ESOL and assessing the language skills of bilingual students (age 16 – 18) within the school and/or FE sector in the UK is required. You will have relevant teaching qualifications (CELTA or equivalent and a recognised teaching qualification) and be qualified or working towards a subject specialism in ESOL, or equivalent. Literacy and numeracy at level 2 are also required. You will be committed to continuous professional development.
If you would like an opportunity to be employed by an organisation that is working towards being an outstanding provider and where your continuous professional development will be supported, we would like to hear from you.

ESOL - Sessional Lecturers

Completed application forms should be emailed to recruitment@croydon.ac.uk.

Closing date: Monday, 28 July 2014 at 12.00 noon

Interviews are likely to be held: Week commencing 11 August 2014

This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.

CVs are not accepted.

We encourage applications from all sectors of the community, to reflect our diverse student population.
 

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Assessor - Hairdressing

17.5 hours per week
Fixed Term Appointment – 3 months in the first instance

Post Ref: 785

Salary: £27,130 - £28,797 per annum (pro rata) inclusive

The College is seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and flexible Assessor, with good interpersonal skills, to assess students, across a range of levels, in Hairdressing.

The role will include: adopting appropriate assessment strategies for learning, maintaining accurate records of candidate assessments and ensuring that the curriculum and assessment evidence meets the requirements of validating and awarding bodies.

You must have appropriate vocational qualifications, relevant Assessor and Internal Verifier Awards and relevant industry experience.

If you would like an opportunity to be employed by an organisation that is working towards being an outstanding provider and where your continuous professional development will be supported, we would like to hear from you.

Assessor - Hairdressing

Completed application forms should be emailed to recruitment@croydon.ac.uk  

Closing date: Monday 28 July at 5.00pm
Interview date: Tuesday 5 August 2014

This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.

CVs are not accepted.

We encourage applications from all sectors of the community, to reflect our diverse student population.
 

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Lecturer - Public Health and Social Care (0.8)

Post Ref: 807

Permanent - 28 hours (4 days per week)

Salary: £25,183- £35,088 per annum (pro rata)

University Centre Croydon is seeking a highly motivated and student-focused lecturer to teach on our FDA and BA (Hons) Public Health and Social Care programmes.

Applicants should have a background in a Public Health or Social Care related profession, with a first degree and post graduate qualification in a relevant discipline. Successful candidates will be expected to teach on a number of modules - including Health and Health Needs (level 4), Frameworks for Public health & Social care (level 4), Introduction to Practice (level 4), Risk assessment (level 4), Health and Environment (level 5), Health promotion and Children’s Welfare (level 5), Social Policy and Legislation (level 6), Evidence Based Practice (level 6) and Research Methods (level 6). They will also be required to carry out workplace visits and to act as a personal tutor to a group of students.

In addition applicants should have completed or be working towards a PGCE/ DTLLS or equivalent teaching qualification. Knowledge of Higher Education Health and /or Social Care programmes, as well as tutoring experience are preferred. Candidates should also be able to evidence effective teaching, learning and assessment up to Honours degree level and have successful experience of setting high quality undergraduate assessments.

Our students come from diverse backgrounds and the programmes offers access to a wide range of career options. The successful candidates will need to be enthusiastic, organised and flexible. Strong interpersonal skills, a willingness to work collaboratively within a small team, and the ability to provide high quality student support are essential.

Lecturer in Public Health and Social Care

Closing date: 12 noon on Wednesday 20 August 2014

Interview date: Interviews will be held on Friday 29 August 2014

Completed application forms should be e-mailed to recruitment@croydon.ac.uk  

This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.

CVs are not accepted.

We encourage applications from all sectors of the community, to reflect our diverse student population.
 

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Our Mission Statement

Inspiring our community through high quality education and training, maximising learners’ potential to have successful lives and careers.

Our Values

Everything we do has a Learner Focus, with the following core values:

Creativity
Respect
Employability
Aspiration
Integrity
Empowerment
Responsibility and Accountability

Our Vision Statement

Inspiring and supporting learners through outstanding Teaching and Learning to achieve Further and Higher Education qualifications, developing Employability Skills and changing lives.

Our Public Value Statement

Croydon College is ambitious for its community and seeks to provide outstanding education and training opportunities for all.  We strive to raise aspirations and change lives of the people living, working and learning around us. Our focus is on actively working in partnership to invest, grow and shape the services within the community, supporting economic growth through delivering skills for employment and enterprise.