Vacancies

Carmarthenshire
Posted 2 months ago
About the role The College’s Business Development unit has been awarded the contract to deliver Carmarthenshire’s Shared Prosperity Fund to deliver Care and associated skills to adults and employees within our region. The post provides an exciting and challenging opportunity for a pro-active and innovative teacher to play a major role in the delivery of care skill, training and qualifications at multi-site locations within Carmarthenshire that the Skills 24 project will deliver from. The role is key to the successful delivery of our project targets and will support and monitor the outreach activity of community tutors, engaging with adults and developing skills. Through this engaging and community focused environment, Coleg Sir Gar and Coleg Ceredigion will be at the heart of developing new skills and supporting those that want to improve existing skills. Main Responsibilities · Undertake the teaching, assessment and co-ordination of programmes of study leading to qualifications/certification · Deliver bespoke learning with an innovative approach to engage with hard to reach adults within the community · Liaise closely with the project coordinator to be reactive with delivery models to meet individual needs Requirements · Relevant degree or equivalent qualification · Teaching qualification · GCSE English and Mathematics at minimum Grade C or O Level equivalent · Good literacy and numeracy skills and ability to communicate effectively at all levels both orally and in writing Main responsibilities · Undertake the teaching, assessment and co-ordination of programmes of study leading to qualifications/certification within a minimum of one of the following areas: 1. Numeracy skills (Agored Cymru Certificated) 2. GCSE Maths 3. Essential skills in Numeracy (Levels E3 to 2) 4. Essential skills in Communication (Levels E3 to 1) 5. Care Skills (Agored Cymru Certificated) 6. Social Care Skills (Agored Cymru Certificated) 7. First Aid (Highfield Qualification) 8. Health and Safety Qualifications (Highfield Qualifications) 9. Wellbeing (Various awarding bodies) 10. Mental Health (Highfield Qualifications) 11. Train the Trainer (Various) 12. Retrofit (NOCN) 13. Green Skills / Net Zero (Various) 14. Certificate in Environmental Management (IEMA) · Deliver bespoke learning with an innovative approach to engage with hard to reach adults within the community · Liaise closely with the project coordinator to be reactive with delivery models to meet · individual needs · Contribute to project meetings feeding back progress and issues that arise · Support with marketing and recruitment as required · Liaising with Technical Support and/or Instructor/Demonstrators to ensure an effective and high quality resources are produced and shared with the wider team · Develop a supportive environment that create a unique learner experience for the hardest to reach of our community · Inspire and support successful candidate with progression on ‘train the trainer’ programmes as required Generic Responsibilities · Contribute to all forms of pedagogic work including classroom teaching, tutorial work and associated outreach duties, residential, open and distance learning courses and learner work placements. This will normally entail associated organisational administrative work, preparation and assessment, internal verification, learner targets and tracking, learner support and appropriate welfare and academic counselling responsibilities · Contribute to the management of the curriculum within your programme area to include interviewing and guidance, induction, initial assessment, and meet targets on retention, attendance, and successful completion. · Participate and contribute to aspects of curriculum development within the faculty, the college and with partner schools, other educational establishments, stakeholders and employers · Be involved in and adhere to all aspects of the curriculum areas quality control systems and cycle including the internal verification/moderation of assessed work ensuring deadlines are met · Contribute to the learning programme evaluation report and regularly update the quality development plan · Execute the role of a Programme Co-ordinator eg. Learning Programme Co-ordinator, Course Leader where appropriate · Participate in the assessment, recording and reporting of learners work and progress and to communicate and consult with parents / carers of learners and/or employers when required · Where appropriate liaise with registry/examinations/campus office to effectively administer examinations and external assessments · Where appropriate invigilate examinations and assessments · Maintain good order and discipline amongst all learners inside and outside the classroom. Record and monitor this behavior in accordance with the college’s systems and policies. · Identify and report to an appropriate person any concerns relating to the safeguarding of learners or related at risk people; · Adhere to the college health and safety procedures and protocols both on and off site, including educational visits protocols and procedures, where necessary completing and updating appropriate risk assessments in a timely manner; · Participate in meetings which relate to curricular, quality, administrative or organisational matters; · Participate in external and internal marketing and admissions activities, including open evenings, school visits, and learner interviews; · Ensure the programme/course information you are responsible for is updated using the college database, website and produce suitable marketing materials; · Communicate with the marketing department good news stories to maintain a high profile for your area and the college, including engaging with social media; · Share collective responsibility as a member of the A Levels and Access Faculty for: 1. developing and promoting the College’s Strategic Plan; 2. be aware of and contribute to achieving the benchmark targets for your areas of responsibility; 3. providing information and advice to the faculty management team; 1. managing effectively and efficiently any resources allocated within an agreed budget; 2. developing a culture of bilingualism and Welsh medium within your curriculum; 3. contribute to the increase of commercial activity leading to less reliance on core funding; 4. ensuring, as a member of the Faculty area team, that appropriate steps are taken to: - implement College policies and procedures with respect to equal opportunities; - adhere to approved disciplinary and grievance procedures; · Implement agreed measures to monitor and improve the quality of experience for learners; · Represent the College at any local, national or international forum at the request of the Executive; · Work with the Principalship, Executive and Faculty Managers to ensure that the College meets its aims and objectives, quality standards and performance targets; · Fulfill the role of 'Personal Tutor' as indicated in the following section; · Undertake such other relevant duties as may reasonably be determined by the Principal, commensurate with the grade, at the initial place of work, at other locations within the College, at outreach centres or even franchising commitments abroad. Role of Personal Tutor The tutorial group is a fundamental unit in the organisation of the College. Personal tutors, therefore, are of central importance in the delivery of the whole curriculum. It is expected that strong relationships will be developed within the tutor group, so that learners will grow in security and responsibility, develop good study and leisure habits, enjoy contributing to the life of the College and community, and acquire a capacity for sensible decision making. Most staff will be allocated a group of learners whose areas of study will, as far as practicable, include the tutor's specialism. Personal tutors will be expected to · Compile learner progress reports as required and contribute to the work of learner IAPs; · Monitor the attendance of learners in the group on the basis of the information provided by the College's register system; · Adhere to the college learner disciplinary process when required ensuring the Gari system is updated and individual smart action plans are created and monitored; · Consult with parents/guardians on learner achievement and progress; · Regularly attend personal tutor meetings and CPD sessions; · Be available for discussion with learners about personal welfare, and to refer learners to appropriate agencies inside and outside the College; · Ensure that learners are fully aware of the College system of careers and Higher Education guidance; · Prepare references for HE or employment and disseminate the information in a timely manner to the appropriate parties. Professional Responsibilities Adhere to Educational Workforce Council Wales Regulations 2015 and the College’s Code of Conduct. The duties and responsibilities of lecturing staff are of a professional nature, are wide ranging and will vary according to the experience and responsibilities of individuals. It is therefore expected that:- · You will be punctual and prepared for all your teaching classes. · You will adhere to the college Respect and Equal Opportunities policies · You have a responsibility to enhance the quality of the educational provision. · You must endeavour to promote individual learner progression through the stages of learning and into employment or further study. Continuous Professional Development You are required to take part in continuing professional development in accordance with the College’s policy which includes · A requirement to undertake 30 hours of continuing professional development every year (pro rata for part time staff) · Actively engaging in your staff appraisal / performance management and review process based on an assessment of individual and college needs Job Types: Part-time, Temporary contract, Fixed term contract Contract length: 10 months Salary: £22,904.00-£41,915.00 per year

About the role The College’s Business Development unit has been awarded the contract to deliver Carmarthenshire’s Shared Prosperity Fund to deliver Care and associated skills to adults and employe...

Afan, Brecon, Neath, Newtown
Posted 2 months ago
We are looking to expand our current team of invigilators by appointing additional reliable individuals to fill the roles of examination invigilators during the external examination period. The working hours are flexible, but we require individuals to be available during school hours from May to June 2024. There may also be opportunities for additional invigilating work throughout the year, including internal examinations and external examinations in November, December, and January. Training will be provided to fulfil the responsibilities of the position, which include: Supervising students during examinations Distributing necessary resources (such as paper, stationery, etc.) Starting and concluding examinations Distributing and collecting examination papers Adhering to examination board regulations Successful candidates must: Be punctual and reliable Be willing to learn invigilation regulations Be flexible with working hours during the school day Be able to follow and implement instructions accurately and carefully No specific qualifications are required beyond the mentioned skills.

We are looking to expand our current team of invigilators by appointing additional reliable individuals to fill the roles of examination invigilators during the external examination period. The workin...

Afan, Neath
Posted 5 months ago
Lecturer in Textiles / Art & Design To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes as appropriate. The post is based as detailed below, for 18.5 hours per week as follows:  
  • Monday              9.30 - 12.00  (Afan)
  • Tuesday              9.30 - 12.00  / 12.30- 3.30  (Afan)
  • Wednesday        9.30 - 12.00  / 12.30 - 3.30 (Afan)
  • Thursday             1.30 - 4.00 (Afan)
  • Friday                   9.00- 11.30 (Neath AS Textiles)   12.30 - 2.30 (Afan)
  Candidates should possess a level 6 qualification (e.g. Degree or equivalent) in a relevant discipline, have relevant experience and hold a teaching qualification. Candidates should also have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning, will need to be IT literate to at least level 2.

Lecturer in Textiles / Art & Design To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes as appropriate. T...

Newtown
Posted 5 months ago
College Counsellor This is a temporary position for 15 hours per week,  based in Newtown   The role is to provide an effective, confidential counselling service to students.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:
  • To provide an effective, flexible and adaptable response to the individual needs of students;
  • To create and maintain links with other relevant support agencies within the area and develop referral systems that are appropriate to client’s individual needs;
  • To work closely with the Assistant Manager: Safeguarding and Resilience and Student Support Team and be familiar with support systems within the College that can be accessed for individual clients;
  • To be involved in offering support to students about welfare issues which will include emotional issues and personal problems;
  • To be responsible for developing resources relating to student welfare and the service offered and make them available to students;
  • To work in conjunction with the Assistant Manager and Head of Student Support to contribute to a variety of training programmes including Tutorials, Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection training, Induction Programmes etc;
  • To participate in cross college events including open days, open evenings and enrolment;
  • To maintain a professional approach and operate within the British Association of Counselling Code of Ethics with particular reference to supervision, confidentiality and record keeping;
  • To provide electronic evidence of record keeping, maintaining records of confidential meetings where appropriate, provide statistical returns when needed and contribute to an annual report in collaboration with the Assistant Manager: Safeguarding and Resilience
  • To keep abreast of recent developments and current research in counselling;
  • To undertake liason work where appropriate with schools, HE institutions, employers, parents, partner and local community organisations;
  • To make links with partner school counselling teams, particularly in line with transition and attend meetings as appropriate.
  Candidates should have a level 6 qualification (degree or equivalent) in Counselling; relevant experience and must have accreditation with BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy)/ NCS (National Counselling Society).  Candidates should also hold a level 2 qualification in English and Maths (GCSE or equivalent) and be IT literate to level 2 (with working knowledge of using MS Word and Excel).  Experience of working with young people and knowledge of mental health issues / awareness of the signs of mental illness to facilitate appropriate referrals is essential.   The normal distribution of hours are as follows (there can be some flexibility with the days but not the times):
  • Monday          08.30 – 16.30pm (inc half hour unpaid break)
  • Thursday        08.30 – 16.30pm (inc half hour unpaid break)
  The rate of pay is £17.24 per hour.

College Counsellor This is a temporary position for 15 hours per week,  based in Newtown   The role is to provide an effective, confidential counselling service to students.  Duties include but...

Neath
Posted 5 months ago
College Counsellor This is a temporary position for 16 hours per week,  based in Neath The role is to provide an effective, confidential counselling service to students.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:
  • To provide an effective, flexible and adaptable response to the individual needs of students;
  • To create and maintain links with other relevant support agencies within the area and develop referral systems that are appropriate to client’s individual needs;
  • To work closely with the Assistant Manager: Safeguarding and Resilience and Student Support Team and be familiar with support systems within the College that can be accessed for individual clients;
  • To be involved in offering support to students about welfare issues which will include emotional issues and personal problems;
  • To be responsible for developing resources relating to student welfare and the service offered and make them available to students;
  • To work in conjunction with the Assistant Manager and Head of Student Support to contribute to a variety of training programmes including Tutorials, Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection training, Induction Programmes etc;
  • To participate in cross college events including open days, open evenings and enrolment;
  • To maintain a professional approach and operate within the British Association of Counselling Code of Ethics with particular reference to supervision, confidentiality and record keeping;
  • To provide electronic evidence of record keeping, maintaining records of confidential meetings where appropriate, provide statistical returns when needed and contribute to an annual report in collaboration with the Assistant Manager: Safeguarding and Resilience
  • To keep abreast of recent developments and current research in counselling;
  • To undertake liason work where appropriate with schools, HE institutions, employers, parents, partner and local community organisations;
  • To make links with partner school counselling teams, particularly in line with transition and attend meetings as appropriate.
  Candidates should have a level 6 qualification (degree or equivalent) in Counselling; relevant experience and must have accreditation with BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy)/ NCS (National Counselling Society).  Candidates should also hold a level 2 qualification in English and Maths (GCSE or equivalent) and be IT literate to level 2 (with working knowledge of using MS Word and Excel).  Experience of working with young people and knowledge of mental health issues / awareness of the signs of mental illness to facilitate appropriate referrals is essential.   The normal distribution of hours are as follows (there can be some flexibility with the days but not the times):
  • Monday          08.30 – 16.30pm (inc half hour unpaid break)
  • Thursday        08.30 – 16.30pm (inc half hour unpaid break)
  The rate of pay is £17.24 per hour.

College Counsellor This is a temporary position for 16 hours per week,  based in Neath The role is to provide an effective, confidential counselling service to students.  Duties include but are not ...

Nantgarw
Posted 5 months ago
To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with Public Services Level 3 qualifications. This is temporary cover based in Nantgarw for approximately 18 hours per week. Days and hours are Tuesday 6 hours Thursday 6 hours Friday 6 hours Please contact us for further information  

To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with Public Services Level 3 qualifications. This is temporary cover based in Nantgarw for approximately 18 hours per week. D...

Llandarcy
Posted 6 months ago
To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes in the area of Public Services and Uniformed Services at Level 2 & 3 and Higher Education, and to promote and deliver Essential Skills Wales and the Welsh Baccalaureate within the curriculum. This is temporary cover based in Llandarcy for approximately 21 hours per week as follows: Monday 9am – 12.00pm 1.00pm-4.00pm Tuesday 9am – 12.00pm 1.00pm-4.00pm Thursday 9am – 12.00pm 1.00pm-4.00pm Friday 9am – 12.00pm Candidates should hold a teaching qualification along with a level 3 qualification (A Level or equivalent) in the subject area and have relevant experience. Candidates should also have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning, will need to be IT literate to at least level 2.

To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes in the area of Public Services and Uniformed Services at ...

Newtown
Posted 6 months ago
Lecturer Health & Social Care To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate including Health & Social Care and Welsh Baccalaureate. This is a temporary position for approximately 12 hours per week based in Newtown as follows:  
  • Monday              9-12 and 1-2pm                Welsh Bacc
  • Wednesday        9-12 and 1-2pm                Welsh Bacc
  • Friday                 9-12pm 1-2pm                  Welsh Bacc
  Ideally candidates will have a level 6 qualification (e.g. Degree or equivalent) in a relevant discipline, have relevant experience and hold a teaching qualification.  Level 2 qualifications in Maths and English are also required (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning candidates must be IT literate equivalent to level 2.

Lecturer Health & Social Care To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate including Health &am...

Neath
Posted 6 months ago
Lecturer in Psychology To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes as appropriate.   This is temporary cover based in Neath for approximately 16.5 hours per week as follows:
  • Monday              9am – 11.30am                  1.30pm – 4pm
  • Wednesday        9am – 11.15am                  12.30pm – 4pm
  • Friday                 9am – 12.30pm                 1.30pm – 3.45pm
  Candidates should possess a level 6 qualification (e.g. Degree or equivalent) in a relevant discipline, have relevant experience and hold a teaching qualification. Candidates should also have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning, will need to be IT literate to at least level 2. Assessor/Verifier Awards would be advantageous.

Lecturer in Psychology To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes as appropriate.   This is tempora...

Neath
Posted 7 months ago
To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate including Health & Social Care and Welsh Baccalaureate. This is a temporary position for approximately 24 hours per week based in Neath as follows: • Monday 9.00am - 12.00pm / 1.00pm – 4.00pm • Tuesday 9.00am - 12.00pm / 1.00pm – 4.00pm • Wednesday 9.00am - 12.00pm / 1.00pm – 4.00pm • Thursday 9.30am – 2.00pm • Friday 1.00pm – 4.00pm Ideally candidates will have a level 6 qualification (e.g. Degree or equivalent) in a relevant discipline, have relevant experience and hold a teaching qualification. Level 2 qualifications in Maths and English are also required (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning candidates must be IT literate equivalent to level 2.

To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate including Health & Social Care and Welsh Baccalaur...

Neath
Posted 7 months ago
Wellbeing Officer x 2 posts To deliver and coordinate a range of wellbeing interventions and activities to promote the attainment and progression of students. To create and sustain relationships with key stakeholders to engage those students who are in need of support. Post 1    This is a temporary position based in Neath for 21 hours per week over 3 days. Post 2    This is a temporary position based in Neath for 23 hours per week over 3/4 days.   The role involves, but is not limited to the following:
  • To work collaboratively with academic staff to increase student attendance and attainment through prevention and early intervention support activities.
  • To contribute to the collection and analysis of transition data from feeder schools to identify vulnerable students and student groups that would benefit from specialist support.
  • To provide wellbeing and resilience support to ensure the effective transition of vulnerable students into and out of College
  • To identify appropriate wellbeing interventions including referrals to external specialist support for students who are identified as at risk of leaving.
  • To develop wellbeing group activities to strengthen the resilience of students that require specialist support such as young carers and looked after young people.
  • To work in collaboration with the Safeguarding team to provide a seamless student-centered support service.
  • To keep up to date and accurate student records on the Student Intervention Log and the electronic student record.
  • To develop and deliver a student-centered wellbeing action plan through six-week cycle of support.
  • To engage with students through a variety of platforms including face to face and remote support.
  • To work with Careers Wales and key stakeholders to ensure that students unable to remain on programme have an appropriate exit strategy;
  • To participate in the organization and delivery of student activities such as Freshers Fairs, Taster Days, UCAS and student engagement events;
  • To liaise with key stakeholders to ensure that students needs are met, and attend specialist reviews when appropriate;
  • To provide an advocacy service for students when required;
  • To provide a flexible and innovative approach to the support for students;
  • To participate in student engagement, attendance and progression monitoring;
  • To undertake relevant administrative and clerical duties as required.
Candidates should possess a level 4 qualification in relevant discipline and relevant experience.  You should hold a level 2 qualification in both English and Mathematics (GCSE or equivalent) and be IT literate equivalent to level 3.  Experience of working in a student facing role is essential. The rate of pay for this position is £11.25 per hour

Wellbeing Officer x 2 posts To deliver and coordinate a range of wellbeing interventions and activities to promote the attainment and progression of students. To create and sustain relationships with ...

Newtown
Posted 7 months ago
Lecturer in Carpentry & Joinery To carry out a range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes. This is a temporary position and is for approximately 24 paid teaching hours per week based in Newtown . Candidates should have a Level 6 qualification and experience in a relevant discipline; have a teaching qualification and be able to deliver up to Level 3.  Candidates should also have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and be IT literate to Level 2.

Lecturer in Carpentry & Joinery To carry out a range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of students’ learning programmes. This is a temporary posit...

Newtown
Posted 7 months ago

Lecturer in Agriculture

To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate.

This is a temporary position for approximately 15.5 paid teaching hours per week based in Newtown

Ideally candidates will have a teaching qualification, level 5 qualification (HND/HNC or equivalent) in the subject area and have relevant agriculture / agricultural engineering experience. Candidates should also have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning, will need to be IT literate to at least level 2.

Lecturer in Agriculture To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate. This is a temporary position ...

Newtown
Posted 7 months ago

Lecturer in Agricultural Engineering

To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate.

This is a temporary position for approximately 12 paid teaching hours per week based in Newtown

Ideally candidates will have a teaching qualification, level 5 qualification (HND/HNC or equivalent) in the subject area and have relevant agriculture / agricultural engineering experience. Candidates should also have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and with the impact the digital world is having on teaching and learning, will need to be IT literate to at least level 2.

Lecturer in Agricultural Engineering To carry out a full range of teaching duties and administration associated with the delivery and management of learning programmes as appropriate. This is a tempor...

Neath
Posted 8 months ago
This is a temporary position for approximately 22 hours per week based in Neath.   The distribution of hours is as expected to be as follows but may be subject to change:  
Course Module Day Time Hours
Level 2 Unit 1 The Online World Monday 09:00 3
Access Imperative Programming, Monday 14:00 2
Level 2 Unit 9 Spreadsheets Tuesday 09:00 3
Level 1 IT10 Creating a Computer Programme & Creating a Procedural Computer Tuesday 13:00 2
Level 1 Unit A1 Being Organised Tuesday 15:00 2
Access Web Development, Computer Animation & Application of Computer Graphics Thursday 10:00 2
Level 2 ESW Digital Literacy Thursday 12:30 1
AS Digital As Thursday 15:00 2.5
Level 2 ESW Application of Number Thursday 16:00 1
Level 2 ESW Communication Friday 12:30 1
A2 Digital A2 Friday 13:30 2.5
  Candidates will be required to deliver on a range of Computing & IT programmes as outlined above.   Candidates should have a Level 6 qualification and experience in a relevant discipline; have a teaching qualification; be IT Literate to Level 4; have a level 2 qualifications in both Maths and English (GCSE or equivalent) and be able to deliver to the Levels outlined above).

This is a temporary position for approximately 22 hours per week based in Neath.   The distribution of hours is as expected to be as follows but may be subject to change:   Course Module Day Tim...