Thank you for your interest in working with us. New College Stamford is a vibrant and friendly place to work. Our focus is on delivering the best possible outcomes for our students and supporting our staff on this journey. 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.

We benefit from our close proximity to the centre of Stamford – a charming historic market town, whilst enjoying free onsite parking and outside space. The College has strong links with local and national businesses and we are continually developing these relationships through, for example, community projects, work placements and careers fairs.

We welcome your interest in joining us. You should find all you need about working with us within these pages but please do contact our HR team if there is anything further we can help with.
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Looking For Hourly Paid Work?

New College Stamford has a variety of assignments on a casual, hourly paid basis working through teach FE Stamford. Please contact Charlotte Willis – Service Co-ordinator, on 01780 484373 or email cwillis@teachfe.com 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 Sally Brook Shanahan for further information and to send a completed application form via Sally.BrookShanahan@stamford.ac.uk

NCS continues to develop its Staff Benefit toolkit. Currently these benefits include:

  • A Health & Lifestyle Policy that promotes wellness at work and a good work/life balance
  • The opportunity to join a relevant pension scheme, with the College contributing more than twice the amount of staff contributions. The Policy includes life insurance and death in service benefits
  • Extended sick pay schemes over and above statutory payments
  • Occupational maternity pay in addition to statutory maternity pay
  • Opportunity to purchase child-care vouchers through salary sacrifice scheme which provides a significant cost saving
  • Payroll giving – opportunity to give to charities through payroll
  • Flexible Working Policy to accommodate requests for flexible working patterns for staff with children
  • Good opportunities for career progression and on site training & development opportunities
  • Support for personal professional development
  • Willow Bike Share Scheme – pool of 20 bikes and safety equipment for staff use during the day to pop into town, unwind etc.
  • Free gym induction and use of the College gym
  • O2 – discounts for staff [Stamford branch]
  • Free parking
  • Occupational health consultations, support and advice including adaptations to work place, provision of specialist equipment, review of job role and adjustments to timetables
  • Hair Design Academy and Wellness Spa and Beauty Clinic – discounted prices for staff
  • Refectory and café offering healthy options and fair trade choices
  • On site shop selling fair trade goods
  • On-site Gallery restaurant (run by the College’s catering students) – open some lunch times and for occasional special event evenings
  • Access to the College’s well stocked Learning Resource Centre
  • ‘Cycle to Work Scheme’ using Halfords’ purchase a bike through payroll scheme.

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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In May 2011 New College Stamford had a week long Ofsted inspection. The Inspectors had this to say about the College:

 

“New College Stamford remains a good college. It has managed its growth in learner numbers successfully while maintaining high levels of learner achievement”.

 

The main findings were:

  • A high proportion of learners are successful
  • Standards of learners’ work are good
  • Learners feel exceptionally safe
  • Teaching and Learning are good
  • The range of provision, including extra-curricular activity, is broad. Courses offered are responsive to local priorities and learners’ needs
  • Opportunities for progression are good with many learners successfully achieving places in HE, FE or full time employment
  • Partnership with local schools and communities is good
  • Care, guidance and support are outstanding
  • Diversity is widely celebrated and learners demonstrate a good awareness and appreciation of other equality strands including others’ cultures and beliefs
  • Safeguarding arrangements are good.

Investors in People

In February 2013 the College was re-accredited with the Investors in People Bronze Award and is still recognised as a Work Life Balance organisation. In March 2013 we were also re-accredited with Healthy FE status and we place great emphasis on ensuring we run a college where positive wellbeing is the expectation for all.

We are a college that values its partnership between staff, students and the community. The students are encouraged to voice their thoughts and opinions on the running of the College through the ‘Learner Voice’ mechanism; staff have a similar opportunity for involvement through ‘Staff Liaison’ and we hold regular meetings involving the local community.

You can contact the 24 hr recruitment line on 01780 484322 to request a hard copy application pack or email us at humanresources@stamford.ac.uk, for an electronic copy or go to our JOBS PAGE above.

 

If you wish to send you application to us via post, please use the following address:

New College Stamford

Drift Road

Stamford, Lincolnshire

PE9 1XA

 

If you have a query and wish to speak to a member of the HR team, please call us between 8.30 am and 5.00 pm weekdays on 01780 484394.

 

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