Thank you for your interest in working with us. New College Stamford is a vibrant and friendly place to work. We are proud of our highly skilled staff who maintain excellent industry knowledge and develop their careers through a broad spectrum of training and development opportunities.

New College Stamford:

All vacancies are based at New College Stamford unless otherwise indicated. Vacancies advertised through the New College Stamford link below are salaried and are normally permanent or fixed term.

Current New College Stamford Vacancies

Widening Participation & Business Development Officer NCS – Permanent 1.0 6 January 2019
Head of English & Maths and Project Lead for Maths Centre of Excellence (Internal Only) NCS – Temp 1.0 11 January 2019
Apprenticeship Advisor NCS – Permanent 1.0 16 December 2018
Work Experience Co-ordinator NCS – Permanent 0.4 19 December 2018

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On occasion we restrict some of our vacancies to existing employees.  These roles will be clearly identified as ‘Internal Only’ so please do not apply for these roles if you are external to the College as we will not be able to consider your application.

Please contact the HR Team on 01780 484 342, or email for further information.

Current QRS Hourly Paid Agency Vacancies

QRS Hourly is our on-site recruitment agency and the vacancies below are assigned on a casual, hourly paid basis.

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Computing Lecturer £19.90+ 1 day per week
Skills for Work & Living Lecturer £19.90+ 11 hours per week
Duty Officer £8.14+ 10 hours per week
Construction Lecturer (HE) £30.23+ 1 day per week
HE Professional Studies (Education) Lecturer £21.71+ 3-6 hours per week
Social Media/Marketing Assessor £11.56+ 3 hours per month
Motor Vehicle Lecturer £19.90+ 3 days per week

Please contact Bekki Blanthorne, on-site Recruitment Coordinator on 01780 484 373, or email for further information.


New College Stamford is seeking new members to join our Board of Governors. These appointments are on a voluntary basis.

We would like to hear from those people who are keen to help shape education and employability in the Stamford and surrounding area.
A Governor role could be for you if you:New College Stamford Governors

  • have experience in business or the community
  • can constructively challenge the status quo
  • are able to support the management team and staff to develop the full potential of young people and adults and to strive for excellence in everything they do.

If you already have expertise gained within the education, IT and marketing / communications sectors this would be particularly advantageous.

Support and training for Board Members will be provided to help you understand the education sector and the position of New College Stamford within it. Successful candidates will be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS) application.

Please see below for an application form and for more information about the role of Governor.

Role Description
Information for Applicants
Application form

Please contact Denise Pitt for further information and to send a completed application form via

New College Stamford is committed to providing guidance to applicants throughout the application process. Below you will be able to download these guidance notes, learn more about our recruitment process as well as the policies we have in place such as Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding and Rehabilitation of Offenders.

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Investors in People – The College has been awarded the Bronze Award


Healthy FE College – In March 2013 we were re-accredited with Healthy FE Status. The College is committed to continuous improvement in the range and level of health support services for its staff and learners and we place great emphasis on ensuring we run a college where positive wellbeing is the expectation for all.


Positive about Disabled People – Awarded by Job Centre Plus to employers who have made the commitment to employ, keep and develop the abilities of disabled staff. Employers who use the disability symbol make five commitments regarding recruitment, training, retention, consultation and disability awareness.

We are committed to ensure you understand our recruitment process and that we give equal opportunity for everyone. To assist with your application we recommend that you take time to read the ‘Information for Applicants’ section prior to submitting your details. If after reading this you would like more details please contact the HR Team between 8.30 am and 5.00pm weekdays on:




Telephone: 01780 484342


24 hour recruitment line: 01780 484322


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