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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.

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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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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

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2404 role profile and person specification

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

Chef Lecturer - 22.5 hours per week, permanent
c. 23.3k - 29.5k per annum pro rata

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We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, highly skilled chef to share their experience and knowledge with future generations of hospitality professionals.

The award winning Catering and Hospitality Department of New College Nottingham is looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic Chef Lecturer to join our team of expert providers.

Applicants must:

• Possess recent experience of working in a Professional Cookery environment

• Be a strong leader and be able to ensure students are trained to the highest standards

• Have a strong and varied professional catering background and be able to maintain and improve current standards.

• Be able to train learners to deliver exceptional service and possess an eye for attention to fine detail

• Be naturally passionate about food and really enjoy sharing their knowledge

• It’s not essential but a teaching qualification, would be an advantage.

For further information on the role that the job description and person specification cannot answer, please contact Wendy Walker-Graham, Head of Academy at wendy.walker-graham@ncn.ac.uk

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of staff 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 assessment date for this post will be week commencing 18th August 2014.

The closing date for this post is 5pm Monday 4th August 2014.

Ref: 2409

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2409 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 04/08/2014 17:00:00

Higher Education Sessional Lecturer in Aviation and Travel Services
Hourly rate based on harmonised scale

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Hourly rate based on the harmonised scale
c. £23.3k - £29.5k per annum pro rata

New College Nottingham's successful Higher Education team within the academy of Food, Drink and Visitor Services, are looking for an enthusiastic new team player to join them in helping to inspire the next generation of Aviation professionals.

If feel you can use your extensive knowledge of this vibrant industry to enhance our curriculum and are either looking for an opportunity to move into education or, if you are already teaching and would like to use your passion of this subject  to enhance the offer of this busy and professional team, then this is a perfect opportunity to further your career in Higher Education.

We would expect you to be educated to degree level and have worked in a relevant sector of the Aviation industry at a supervisory level. You must also have current and extensive knowledge of the travel industry, its key players and the factors that impact upon it.

This is a sessional position up to 15 hours per week, it will cover a range of learners at HE levels and will be based for the majority of the time at our city campus in the Adams Building

For further information on the role that the job description and person specification cannot answer, please contact Wendy Walker-Graham, Head of Academy at wendy.walker-graham@ncn.ac.uk

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of male 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 assessment date for this post will be week commencing 18th August 2014.

The closing date for this post is 5pm Monday 4th August 2014. 

Ref: ATS

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Closing date: 04/08/2014 17:00:00

Lecturer in Applied Science - 18.5 hpw, permanent
c. 23.3k - 29.5k per annum pro rata

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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:

We have an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated science lecturer to share their experience and knowledge with future generations of STEM learners.

The STEM Academy has recently invested in newly built high quality laboratories to support practical based teaching and learning. In this role you will be expected to teach on a variety of science based edexcel BTEC courses across a range of levels, with an emphasis on hand on practical experience.

You should have keen interest in supporting learners through their studies, be very well organised and effective in managing your time in this busy academy.

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

The assessment date for this post will be Wednesday 6th August 2014.

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of staff 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 Wednesday 30 July 2014

Ref: 2413

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2413 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 30/07/2014 23:00:00

Lecturer in Civil Engineering and Surveying - 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:

In this role you will lecture and assess on a range of Construction Technology programmes, including NVQ and Technical Certificates so you will need a broad range of skills. You should possess relevant site experience, either commercial or industrial, and demonstrate an enthusiastic approach to teaching, learning and training, always putting the learner first and ensuring their success. A particular expertise in any one of the professional disciplines in construction will be required.

Working on a range of further, higher and apprenticeship programmes the successful candidate will hold a relevant Civil Engineering Qualification (either NVQ level 4 or other equivalent level 4 qualification) and also hold or be working towards a recognised teaching qualification for example, PGCE or Certificate in Education.

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 Thursday 7th August 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 Wednesday 30 July 2014

Ref: 2410

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2410 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 30/07/2014 23:00:00

Lecturer in Electrical Installation - 2 posts - 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:

In this role you will lecture and assess on a range of Electrical programmes, including NVQ and Technical Certificates so you will need a broad range of skills. You should possess relevant site experience, either commercial or industrial, and demonstrate an enthusiastic approach to teaching, learning and training, always putting the learner first and ensuring their success. A particular expertise in any one of the professional disciplines in construction will be required.

Working on a range of programmes the successful candidate will hold a relevant Electrical qualification (either NVQ level 3 or other equivalent level 3 qualification) and also hold or be working towards a recognised teaching qualification for example, PGCE or Certificate in Education.

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

The assessment date for this post will be Thursday 7th August 2014.

Previous applicants need not apply.

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of staff 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 Wednesday 30 July 2014

Ref: 2412

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2412 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 30/07/2014 23:00:00

Lecturer Motor Vehicle - full-time and permanent
c. 23.3k - 29.5k per annum

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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:

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 Wednesday 6th August 2014.

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 Wednesday 30 July 2014

Ref: 2411

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2411 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 30/07/2014 23:00:00

Chef/ Cook - 35 hours per week, fixed term 12 months
c. 14.4k per annum

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ncn Services are looking for an experienced cook to oversee a small café located at their new Basford Hall site. You will be preparing breakfasts and hot lunches for builders working on the new College building.

You should have an NVQ Level 2 in Catering and a good working knowledge of food safety.

The hours will be 35 per week, 7am to 2.30pm daily, some Saturdays may be required. The role will be temporary for 1 year.

For questions that the job description cannot answer, please contact Mel McKechnie, General Manager Catering, on 0115 8380405 for further information.

The closing date is 5pm on Sunday 27th July 2014.

The interview date is Monday 4th August 2014.

This role will be subject to a satisfactory DBS (was Criminal Records Check).

Please note the terms and conditions of employment for this role are those applicable to ncn Services employees and differ from those stated on the website.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM ATTACHED BELOW AND DO NOT USE THE ONLINE PROCESS. Please email your completed form to jobs@ncn.ac.uk.  Please refer to the relevant job description below.

 

Ref: 2408

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Closing date: 27/07/2014 17:00:00

Lecturer - Initial Teacher Education - full time and permanent
c. 23.3k - 29.5k per annum

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This is a period of exciting and progressive change and we want to recruit a high performing individual to our Initial Teacher Education team. We will need you to have the vision, talent and energy to transform teacher training at ncn into training that will deliver our promise of excellence, employability and enterprise to present and future generations.

As an experienced passionate practitioner, you will inspire, support and coach aspirational teachers so that they are equipped with the skills, enthusiasm and resourcefulness to take on the challenges of teaching in the lifelong learning sector and, in turn, transform the lives of their students.

The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and supporting the delivery of teaching qualifications at levels 3-6.

Our exciting curriculum offer includes Access to HE Diploma; Award, Certificate and Diploma in Education and Training, and Foundation Degrees including Special Educational Needs. The role will offer you the opportunity to teach and observe across the provision, as well as using your skills and interests to develop continuous professional learning and development support for colleagues.

Please call Natasha Rear, Head of Development for Teaching and Learning on 0115 9100 100 Ext 3837 for an informal discussion in the first instance.
 
In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of staff 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 assessment date for this post will be Wednesday 20th August 2014.

The closing date for this post is 5pm Sunday 27th July 2014.

 

Ref: 2407

Supporting documents:
2407 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 27/07/2014 17:00:00

Academy Lead Early Years and Education - full-time and permanent
Up to 35.3k per annum

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A fantastic opportunity for you to join ncn

Would you like to join our enthusiastic, growing team and make a positive contribution by changing people’s lives through training and development?
 
Are you ambitious, want to impact on lives and raise people’s aspirations?

Do you want to support the Early Years and Education sectors by training outstanding Practitioners?

Do you believe the learner should be at the heart of all that we do and that their potential is our priority?

If this sounds like you, we welcome your application.

The Care Academy is seeking an Academy Lead to lead on the Early Years and Education programmes, supporting the Head of Academy and curriculum teams to provide outstanding provision. Part of your role will be the Course Leadership and Management of our HE Programmes.

You should have experience of curriculum, developing teams and have led a substantial programme. It would be an advantage if you have taught and tutored on HE programmes and have had experience of a range of teaching from entry level through to level 5.

It is essential that you have a good understanding of teaching, learning and assessment, and quality assurance. You will hold a degree in Early Years, Care and Education or a related discipline and hold a recognised Teaching Qualification. You will also have a minimum level 3 qualification in a related vocational area.

For further details on this post, please contact Liza-Jo Guyatt, Head of Academy for Care 0115 912 5502 extension 3481 or 07780 953403.

The interview date for this post is to be confirmed.

In this area we are currently under-represented in terms of male staff, staff 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 5pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014.

Ref: 2400

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2400 role profile and person specification

Closing date: 23/07/2014 17:00:00

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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