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New College Nottingham (ncn) is a vibrant, fast-moving college and is one of the largest in the UK. We are an integral part of the Nottingham community, with centres located throughout this great City, each sharing in our commitment to offering a great learner experience.

Current Vacancies

Lecturer Motor Vehicle - full-time and permanent
Salary dependent on experience

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ncn is one of the country’s foremost providers of Further and Higher Education for the Construction Energy and STEM sectors. With around 1200 full time and 2500 part time students studying a range of programmes we have a lot to offer and be proud of.  Joining our team will put you at the forefront of education and training in Nottingham

The Cluster of Construction, Sustainability and Environmental Sciences is lead partner for a number of exciting projects, and is developing a national profile that will be hard to beat.

We have a great opportunity in our Academy to help us develop and strengthen our team:

Lecturer Motor Vehicle – Ref 2419 
Full-time and permanent
Salary dependent on experience

ncn is proud to offer a new experience for our learners engaging them in the country’s first Learning Company – Car Dealership.  We need highly motivated individuals to help us develop this new area of curriculum ensuring that our learners experience outstanding learning as part of their own development.  You will need to recognise excellence and be able to be part of a team to ensure growth in both full time and apprenticeship programmes.  Working alongside the commercial arm of this provision you will ensure learners gain the skills to enable them in the world of work, providing guidance and support to team members to achieve Academy targets

For further details on this post which the job profile and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Carla Smedberg, Head of Academy STEM on 0115 9125502 extension 3829.

The assessment date for this post will be Friday 19th September 2014.

Previous applicants need not apply.

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of female staff, those from ethnic minority backgrounds and those with disabilities. In order to work towards matching our staff profile to that of our diverse student community, applications are particularly welcomed from such applicants. All applications will be treated on merit.

The closing date for this post is Sunday 7th September 2014

Ref: 2419

Supporting documents:
2419 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 07/09/2014 23:00:00

National Citizen Service Team Leader - fixed term for Autumn programme
955.00 for term

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We have a number of fixed term vacancies (or secondment opportunities) to work on National Citizen Service (NCS) this Autumn from 18th October 2014.

The NCS programme takes place over several weeks (out of school time) in the spring, summer or autumn. It features a short residential away from home, and a project in the local community. It has a focus on social mixing, regular guided reflection leading to social action projects led by the young people themselves – all of which makes NCS such a unique and rewarding experience.

The role involves leading a team of up to 15 participants through all phases of the NCS programme, including being the central point of contact for your team, supervising the team mentors and co-ordinating their work activities whist ensuring all procedures with regards to health & safety and safeguarding are followed in line with NCS staff handbook.

You will be required to work across six linked phases of the programme which are as follows

1. Pre programme activity – as team leader you will be required to attend mandatory training during this phase and meet your team prior to the formal start of the programme.
2. Four day residential - based at an outdoor activity centre, where you will support your team through a series of individual and team challenges set and led by experienced outdoor instructors.
3. Skills and community overview– based at a local non-residential centre with sessions delivered by leading experts in their field. You will support your team through the development of new skills and increased social awareness throughout this phase.
4 & 5 Plan & Deliver a Social Action project – immediately following phase 3 you will help support and facilitate the design and delivery of your teams social action project which will be delivered during 30 hours of the participants own time as agreed with yourself and the team i.e. evenings or weekends.
6 Graduation – you will be required to join your team at a high profile celebration event (date yet to be set) where certificates will be awarded and the achievements of your team will be celebrated in presence of their families, guests and an invited VIP audience.
 
For further details on this post which the job profile and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Sarah Robinson on 0115 8380300.

The closing date for this post is Sunday 7th September, with interviews being held on Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th September 2014.

Training will take place on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd October 2014.

Ref: 2403

Supporting documents:
2403 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 07/09/2014 17:00:00

National Citizen Service Team Mentor - Fixed term contract for Autumn programme
796.00

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Other Application Methods, and How To Apply

We have a number of fixed term vacancies (or secondment opportunities) to work on National Citizen Service (NCS) this Autumn from 18th October 2014.

The NCS programme takes place over several weeks (out of school time) in the spring, summer or autumn. It features a short residential away from home, and a project in the local community. It has a focus on social mixing, regular guided reflection leading to social action projects led by the young people themselves – all of which makes NCS such a unique and rewarding experience.

The role involves mentoring a team of up to 15 participants through all phases of the NCS programme, working closely with the team leader to support individual and team achievement, becoming a second point of contact for the team, and ensuring that all procedures with regards to health & safety and safeguarding are followed in line with NCS staff handbook.

You will be required to work across six linked phases of the programme which are as follows

1. Pre programme activity – as team mentor you will be required to attend mandatory training during this phase and along with your team leader contact and meet your team prior to the formal start of the programme.
2. Four day residential - based at an outdoor activity centre, where you will help mentor your team through a series of individual and team challenges set and led by experienced outdoor instructors.
3. Skills and community overview– based at a local non-residential centre with sessions delivered by leading experts in their field. You will mentor your team through the development of new skills and increased social awareness throughout this phase.
4 & 5. Plan & Deliver a Social Action project – immediately following phase 3 together with your team leader, you will help support and facilitate the design and delivery of your teams social action project which will be delivered during 30 hours of the participants own time including evenings and/or weekends.
6. Graduation – you will be required to join your team at a high profile celebration event (date yet to be set) where certificates will be awarded and the achievements of your team will be celebrated in presence of their families, guests and an invited VIP audience.

For further details on this post which the job profile and person specification cannot answer for you, please contact Sarah Robinson on 0115 8380300.

The closing date for this post is Sunday 7th September, with interviews being held on Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th September 2014.

Training will take place on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd October 2014.

Ref: 2404

Supporting documents:
2404 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 07/09/2014 17:00:00

Documents

Why work at ncn?

Benefits include a final salary pension scheme, excellent staff development and training, family friendly working practices and generous holiday entitlement. All successful applicants will be subject to a CRB Disclosure check.

Apply on-line or e-mail jobs@ncn.ac.uk for further details and an application form, quoting the relevant reference number. Our vacancies are also advertised on www.FEjobs.com

We particularly welcome applications from Asian, African Caribbean and people from other ethnic minorities who are currently under-represented in our workforce. Disabled applicants who meet the essential shortlisting requirements will be guaranteed an interview