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New College Stamford celebrated the outcome of its Ofsted visit in February 2017, with the inspection team confirming that the education provided by the college is 'Good' with a 'well-established culture of high expectations'. Ofsted praised the role of leaders and managers in developing 'a clear strategy that focuses on high standards' and 'careers rather than courses', and also complimented college lecturers for their delivery of 'high-quality theory lessons and practical sessions'. Our next aim is to strive for excellence and be outstanding.

We recently celebrated our 50th anniversary on the Drift Road site (and over 100 years since it was first established in the town), New College Stamford is looking positively to the future with ambitious plans for the further development of its curriculum and facilities.

Each year we teach thousands of full-time and part-time students and make every effort to give them high-quality education and meaningful opportunities to practise their skills in the work place through work experience opportunities.

Our continued success is down to the hard work, determination and quality of our staff across the whole college. We believe everyone here has a part to play in doing all we can to further the success of our students and we value each and every member of staff. In return, they become part of a passionate and friendly team with a supportive and inspiring ethos.

Current New College Stamford Vacancies

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. 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.

Should you require further details or assistance please contact the HR Team between 8.30 am and 5.00pm weekdays via:

Email: humanresources@stamford.ac.uk

Telephone: 01780 484342

24 hour recruitment line: 01780 484322

VACANCY
CONTRACT TYPE
FTE
CLOSING DATE

Quality & Library Apprentice

Fixed Term - 18 Months

1.0 FTE (37 hours per week, all year round)

26 August 2019

Want to find out more? Click the 'NCS VACANCIES' link below


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.

Please contact Daisy Giddings, Account Manager or Bekki Blanthorne, on-site Recruitment Coordinator on 01780 484 373, or email dgiddings@qualityrs.co.uk / rblanthorne@qualityrs.co.uk for further information.

VACANCY
PAY PER HOUR (hourly rate + holiday)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Craft Tutor (multiple sites)

£20 +

1 – 2 days per week (19 September Start)

Performing Arts Lecturer (Maternity Cover)

£20 +

2.5 days per week Mon - Wed, Aug 19 to Jan 20

iPads/IT Tutor (Multiple Sites)

£20 +

1 day per week (19 September Start)

A Level Sociology & Religious Studies Lecturer

£20 - £22 +

5 days per week

Animal Studies Lecturer

£20 - £22 +

1.5 days per week

Sports Lecturer

£20 - £22 +

Up to 15 hours a week

Student Welfare Advisor

£12.39 +

22.5 hours per week

GCSE Maths Lecturer

£20 +

3 days per week (mat cover)

Work Experience Coordinator

£9.63 +

5 days per week

Electrical Installations Lecturer

Please enquire

4/5 days per week

Want to find out more? Click the ‘Register for Vacancies with QRS’ link below

Information for Applicants

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.

Accreditations

Disability Confident – a scheme that is designed to help employers recruit and retain disabled people and people with health conditions for their skills and talent.

 

Helpful HR Documents

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