TeacherOur dedicated staff are central to the success of this vibrant College. We welcome applications from both teaching and non-teaching staff who will help us to care for the welfare of our students and support them in their studies. One of the largest and most successful sixth form colleges in the country, we offer applicants the opportunity to work alongside committed colleagues who have enabled the College to achieve ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted ratings in every respect. Our unofficial College motto has long been ‘we count in ones’. Not only is that at the heart of our work with our students, but we also strive to support and value our staff in the same way.

We are dedicated to safeguarding the students in our care. To that end, a Disclosure and Barring Service enhanced disclosure will be required in the event of an individual being offered a position within our College. Our staff undertake regular safeguarding training and are subject to ongoing safeguarding scrutiny.

Staff benefits include:

  • excellent staff training and development opportunities
  • pension schemes for both teaching and support staff
  • access to an Employee Assistance Scheme
  • free parking, close proximity to the railway station and an active Cycle to Work Scheme
  • attractive and high quality facilities in teaching, support and social areas
  • free use of our gym
  • a genuine and strong commitment to equality and diversity

In a recent survey of staff, comments included:

"The College is very human in its appreciation of staff";

"The staff here are the most dedicated, conscientious and hard working I have ever come across";

"I love working here: very refreshing to work somewhere organised and one step ahead of the game".

We hope that you will join us!

Our current vacancies are listed below. We regret that, due to the large number of enquiries we receive, we are unable to accept or respond to speculative applications, that is where there is no relevant job advertised.

Number of vacancies: 7

  • Hockey Coach/Sporting Team Manager

    The role of the Team Manager/Coach is to organise, supervise and guide the men's hockey team during weekly organised training sessions and matches. This will include driving to and from fixtures. The contract is for four sessions a week from the end of August to Easter. Additional hours may be paid on a claims basis as agreed with the Head of Activities. We hope to be able to offer further contracts in future years.

    The successful applicant will have a passion for the sport and enjoy coaching young players of all abilities. S/he will have a coaching qualification at Level 2 or above and also either have, or be willing to acquire, first aid and MiDAS qualfications.

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 10 July 2017.

  • Counselling Tutor - Levels 2 and 3

    Due to the growth of the Counselling Department, we have vacancies for the following staff to join us on a part time fixed term basis.

    We offer a range of counselling courses at our Adult and Higher Education site, designed to enable the individual to enjoy the opportunity to learn about communication and counselling skills, enhance existing skills, qualify as a counsellor, develop both personally and professionally and obtain a recognised qualification.

    Our courses come highly recommended. The Level 2 and 3 courses are validated by ABC (the Awarding Body consortium), whilst our Higher Education courses are validated by Middlesex University. Our Foundation Degree in Humanistic Counselling Based on Transactional Analysis is accredited by BACP.

    Counselling Tutor - Level 2

    We require a Level 2 Counselling Tutor to start September 2017 for Wednesday evenings plus 6 Saturdays from September 2017 to June 2018, totalling 60 hours. The rate of pay will be 22.38 per hour, progressing to 27.14 per hour depending on teaching qualifications.

    Counselling Tutor - Level 3

    We require a Level 3 Counselling Tutor to start September 2017 for Thursday evenings plus 3/4 weekends (Saturday and Sunday) from September 2017 to June 2018. The rate of pay will be 22.38 per hour, progressing to 30.86 per hour depending on teaching qualifications.

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 17 July 2017.

  • Counselling - Lead Tutor for Levels 2 & 3

    In addition to the Level 2 and 3 Tutor roles, we need a Lead Tutor. These roles may be applied for separately or as a combination, so please specify your preference in your application.

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 17 July 2017.

  • Counselling - Level 5 Tutor

    We require a Theory Tutor for Level 5 Counselling. This will involve teaching on 8 weekends running from September 2017 to June 2018. Teaching hours will be 2-9pm on Friday and 9.30-5.30 on Saturday on the 8 weekends.

    The successful candidate will hold either a CTA or PTSTA qualification, and a willingness and enthusiasm for teaching.

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 17 July 2017.

  • Counselling Case Study Markers and Assessors (Bank Staff)

    Case Study Markers

    We require staff who would be available to mark Counselling Level 5 Case Studies. Markers would need teaching /marking experience and a CTA or PTSTA qualification. The rate for marking will be 50.00 per case study.


    We also have vacancies for Assessors for Counselling Levels 2-4. These assessments normally take place in February and June. To be considered for Assessing you will need a counselling qualification and a Teacher or Assessor qualification. Assessors will be paid at 12.70 per hour (plus holiday pay).

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 17 July 2017.

  • Technical Assistant (Music)

    The Technical Assistant (Music) supports both the Music and Music Technology departments which are thriving parts of our Faculty of Communications & Performing Arts. As well as providing A Level Music, BTEC Music Technology and a range of music activities, the department is home to the prestigious Hampshire Specialist Music Course. A key part of the role is responsibility for the Music Apple Macs, so you will need extensive experience of installation and use of this equipment. You will also assist the department in the use of its Sibelius software as well as the maintenance of traditional instruments and their set up both on and off site.

    This is a rewarding role for someone with a background in music and music technology who enjoys supporting students and being part of performance.

    The post is largely term time, a total of 42 weeks. The hours are full time, with some work required in the evenings for which time off in lieu will be given.

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Friday 7 July 2017.

  • Teacher of Guitar

    We are looking for a highly skilled music teacher to join the Music Department, working with students studying A level Music and students on the Hampshire Specialist Music Course. We will have a small part time, fixed term contract starting in September 2017 and for one academic year. The number of hours will depend on the demand from individual students who enrol and will be confirmed in September. We are likely to be able to offer additional contracts in future years.

    You will be a Teacher of electric guitar and bass, well versed in a wide variety of styles including: Jazz, Pop, Rock, Funk, Soul, Metal, Acoustic and beyond. You will have working knowledge of graded level exam repertoire within the aforementioned styles. The ideal candidate would be an experienced teacher and performer.

    Applications to be received before 12:00 on Monday 10 July 2017.

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