Thank you for taking the time to consider a career with Bolton College.
We’re committed to delivering the very best experiences for our learners, but it’s not just our students who benefit; we also extend the same commitment to our staff. We provide a stimulating and supportive environment in which enthusiastic staff, who are passionate about learning, can perform to the best of their ability.
And that’s where you come in! If you feel you have what it takes to make a positive contribution to people’s lives then join us on our journey to becoming Bolton’s first choice for learning.
Bolton College is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all communities and backgrounds; you can view all of our Key Policies on our website.
We take great pride in attracting and retaining enthusiastic and motivated individuals who aspire to lead the way in professional practice and service delivery. We do this by offering excellent staff development opportunities and state of the art facilities.
Does all of this sound too good to be true? Check out our career vacancies below.
Type: 22.2 hours per week
Salary: Scale PO1 £30,293 - £32,928 (pro rata) per annum
Location: Deane Road Campus, BL35BG
Experience: you will have experience in teaching learners with mental health needs and delivering mental health provision
We are looking for an experienced Mental Health Specialist to join our Learner Support team in a dynamic role at Bolton College.
An opportunity has arisen for a senior practitioner within the Transition and Assessment team. As a motivated self-starter, you will have experience in teaching learners with mental health needs and delivering mental health provision within an FE setting and in liaising with partner agencies, schools, parents and carers. The post will involve writing professional reports for learners with significant mental health needs and working with the other staff in the team of specialist assessors to complete funding applications.
For further information please contact:
Janet Bishop, Head of Learner Support 01204 482 654
Gillian Lonsdale, Transition and Support Leader on 01204 482 579.
Type: Up to 37 hours per week
Salary: up to £26,296 per annum + £2,500 Golden Hello Payment (Terms and Conditions apply)
Location: Bolton College, Deane Road, BL35BG
Experience: You will hold a relevant degree and a recognised teaching qualification
Bolton College is looking for ambitious, talented, enthusiastic Lecturers of maths to join our flourishing team.
Bolton College is a ‘Good’ College. In 2015/2016 we had the best outcomes in FE for young people in Greater Manchester. The College is also renowned in Greater Manchester as being a friendly and supportive employer. Staff at the College enjoy excellent CPD opportunities in the context of a whole institution ethos of placing teaching, learning and assessment at the heart of all we do. Our staff and learners are our first priority! Exciting times are ahead following our recent ‘Good’ Ofsted inspection and our plans to merge with the University of Bolton in 2018.
This is a great opportunity for inspiring Lecturers to further improve our outcomes for learners in GCSE, Functional Skills, Core maths and Community Learning. You will hold a relevant degree and a recognised teaching qualification.
Applications from NQTs are welcome.
For an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact:
Sue Lambert, Head of English and Maths, on 01204 482 562.
Type: 18.5 hours per week
Salary: £17485 (pro rata) per annum
Location: Deane Road, Bolton, BL35BG
Experience: Experience of working in a busy administration environment
You will provide a comprehensive administrative support service to the Head of Learner Support and staff in the department.
With experience of working in a busy administration environment you must hold GCSE maths and English minimum grade A-C or equivalent. Experience of using a range of computer packages together with inputting data and information is also essential.
Closing date: 27th June 2018
Interview date: 5th July 2018
Job ref: 087-18
Type: Up to 37 hours per week (minimum 22.2 hours per week)
Salary: £22,211 - £26,296 per annum
Location: Deane Road, Bolton, BL35BG
Experience: Carrying out assessments and complete reports for exam access arrangements
Bolton College is constantly updating its large and dedicated Learner Support team as part of its mission to remain a very inclusive college as stated in last year’s OFSTED report.
We are looking for experienced and dedicated staff who put the learner at the heart of everything they do. You will be committed to inclusion and to supporting a very diverse group of learners to achieve their potential and realise their dreams.
We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic Lecturer to teach and support students with dyslexia. You will be expected to carry out assessments and complete reports for exam access arrangements. You will also provide one to one and small group dyslexia tuition deploying a variety of teaching and learning strategies, including ILT for student programmes and to develop, deliver and monitor individual learning plans with all students supported. You will also be expected to work with vocational teaching staff to support them to develop dyslexia friendly teaching styles and resources.
For further information please contact
Janet Bishop, Head of Learner Support on 01204 482 654
Gillian Lonsdale, Transition and Support Leader 01204 482 579
Closing date: 29th June 2018
Interview date: 11th July 2018
Job ref: 088-18
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Type: x2 vacancies: 1 post (permanent) & 1 post (maternity cover)
Salary: Scale 5: £20363 - £22262 (pro rata) per annum
Location: Deane Road, Bolton, BL35BG
Experience: Must have experience of working with young people and groups of young people in an educational, youth work or similar setting.
1 post (permanent) – 18.5 hours per week, working on a term time only basis for 39 weeks per year
1 post - 37 hours per week, working on a term time only basis for 39 weeks per year
Temporary maternity cover until 28 February 2019
Bolton College is enhancing its tutorial provision in order to provide a more holistic approach to pastoral support.
If you have experience of working with young people in an educational or youth work setting and have a keen interest in supporting learners to progress into further learning or employment, then this role will provide you with an exciting opportunity to make a real difference to people’s lives.
Closing Date: 2nd July 2018
Interview Date: 10th and 11th July 2018
Job Ref: 092-18
Type: 37 hours per week, term-time only
Salary: £14,828.63 per annum
Location: Deane Road, BL3 5BG
Experience: Experience of working with young people and groups of young people in an educational setting.
Bolton College is looking for an organised, self-motivated individual to join our Maths department working alongside the Head of Area to improve learners’ attendance levels. You will support the maths curriculum area ensuring that registers are accurately maintained and attendance is monitored.
Experience of working with young people and groups of young people in an educational setting is essential as is the experience of supporting learners to improve their attendance. Candidates must also have experience of using a wide range of computer packages including Word, Excel, database, email and internet.
Closing date: 2nd July 2018
Interview date: 9th July 2018
Job ref: 093 -18
Type: 37 hours per week
Salary: £17,485 per annum
Location: Deane Road, BL35BG
Experience: relevant experience of working in the construction industry
As a Technician you will work as directed to provide basic / routine level technician support for lecturing staff and students in the Construction department, working within both the Skills Technical and Construction Crafts departments.
Part of this role will be to support the commitment to the high standards of Health and Safety which includes termly audits in the area.
For this position, you will need relevant experience of working in the construction industry, in particular, skills technical and / or construction crafts, together with enthusiasm, commitment and drive to contribute to the continued success of the College.
You will have access to all the latest equipment at our new £70m campus. In addition to a competitive salary and pension scheme, we offer a supportive environment with plenty of opportunities for professional development.
For an informal discussion concerning the position, please contact Tony Wild on 01204 482 864.
Job Ref: 090-18
Closing date: 8th July 2018
Interview date: 17th July 2018