We are an award-winning organisation offering inclusive and responsive programmes to people who live and work in the community. From school leavers studying for their future careers, part-time adult learners looking to learn a new hobby or the qualifications or skills they need for the workplace
The college also offers a wide range of positions to support our teaching staff and to provide professional support for our operational teams. We also offer opportunities to work for our Day Opportunities team, working with supported people of all ages with a range of physical, mental and complex needs.
City College Peterborough aims to change the lives of our students and the communities we're a part of. If you would like to be a part of that, we'd love to hear from you.
If you have a passion for teaching adults or young people, then you will find a range of full-time, part-time and sessional tutor roles available to help you share your skills and knowledge with young people and adults. We recruit sessional tutor roles throughout the year, so send you can send your application in at any time.
You will find a range of jobs available for non-teaching roles across the college and other services it offers. From curriculum planning and support, management and supervisory roles, and Day Opportunities service supporting people with disabilities and complex needs there's lots of roles for you to choose from.
PCC Grade 5 £21,575 to £22,369 Pro rata
We are looking to recruit 1 x 30 hour post (part time)
The successful applicant will be entitled to 25 days year Annual Leave plus all Bank Holidays pro rata
We also offer a competitive work-based pension
We are looking for an individual that has the energy and enthusiasm to work with adults with learning disabilities in Day Opportunities, based at the Kingfisher Hub in Bretton to support individuals with learning disabilities including behaviours of concern to maximise their potential and independence skills. This post is not term time hours and will be working over 5 days Monday – Friday.
You will work to promote a person-centred approach of independence and empowerment of people using services. You will assist with the planning, facilitating and evaluating in undertaking individual and/or group work with service users within the day service and/or community settings as determined by the care plans, including escort work to promote users’ confidence, independence, and acquisition of skills.
You must be prepared to deal with people who are often emotional and unpredictable in behaviour resulting in behaviours that challenge, meaning you must be able to use negotiating skills to enable a person to fulfil their needs and be as independent as they can be according to their care plan and physical/mental health situation. You will have an awareness of issues facing people with learning and/or physical disabilities. You will have effective inter-personal skills such as negotiation, assertiveness and verbal communication. You will have the ability to use initiative, prioritise, and liaise with a range of other professionals. You will have the ability to work as part of a team and alone on base or in the community. You will have good verbal and written communication skills and the ability to deal confidently with a variety of situations.
To apply, please download the job description and application form from our website www.citycollegepeterborough.ac.uk and return by e-mail to email@example.com or by post to Recruitment Department, City College Peterborough, Brook Street, Peterborough PE1 1TU.
Tel: 01733 293881 Fax: 01733 708067
Closing Date: 16th October 2023
City College Peterborough is committed to Equality and Diversity and to ensuring the safeguarding of learners and carries out appropriate checks to ensure the suitability of staff working with children, young people and vulnerable adults
Starting Salary: £21.42 – £26.33 per hour depending on teaching qualification.
Other Benefits include discounted gym membership, employee assistance programme, Kaarpe Benefits discounts on 100s of products and discounted general and medical healthcare insurance.
Do you have a passion for floral artistry and a talent for creating stunning flower arrangements? City College Peterborough is seeking a skilled and enthusiastic Flower Arranging Tutor to join our dedicated team in the Learning for Interests department. This is an exciting opportunity to share your expertise with adult learners (aged 19+) and inspire their creativity in the art of flower arranging.
As a Flower Arranging Tutor, you will play a crucial role in our curriculum development, bringing your flair for floral design to the classroom and nurturing the skills of our learners. Your dedication to delivering high-quality lessons and fostering a positive learning environment will be pivotal in helping our learners achieve their full potential.
Join the City College Peterborough community, where we believe that our employees are the heart of our organisation. As part of the application process, all appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including an Enhanced criminal records check with Barred List through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Embark on this rewarding journey as a Flower Arranging Tutor and make a difference in the lives of our adult learners. If you possess the skills, expertise, and enthusiasm to inspire and educate others in the art of floral design, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity at City College Peterborough.
To apply, please download the job description relevant to your teaching qualification level and application form from the City College Peterborough website, complete and return your application by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Recruitment Department, City College Peterborough, Brook Street, Peterborough PE1 1TU.
Tel: 01733 761361
Closing date for receipt of all applications: 5pm 29th September 2023.
City College Peterborough is committed to Equality and Diversity and to ensuring the safeguarding of learners and carries out appropriate checks to ensure the suitability of staff working with children, young people and vulnerable adults.