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Situated in Gosport on the Hampshire coast, St Vincent is a progressive Community Sixth Form College. We currently have 3,000 students on roll, of whom around 1,100 are in full-time education.
St Vincent College is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the Community. St Vincent College is a member of the Hampshire Sixth Form College’s Partnership

Current Vacancies at St Vincent College


Adult Education Tutors

We are continuing to recruit Adult Education Tutors to deliver a range of community learning classes and accredited qualifications, including English and Maths Functional Skills

Classes vary in length from 2-3 hours per week, and usually run from 4 weeks to 30 weeks.

Hourly rate: Community and Level 2 accredited courses = £22.73 per hour
Level 3 accredited courses = £30.95 per hour
(To include planning, delivering and assessment where relevant)

Applications will be accepted throughout the year up to July 31st 2018.

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    Classes run term-time throughout the week, daytime and evenings from our main college site in Mill Lane and daytime at community venues across Gosport, including the Nimrod Centre, Rowner.

    Applicants should have a minimum of Level 3 Award in Education and Training for community classes, or a full teaching qualification and at least Level 3/4 in their specialist subject for accredited courses. Ideally they should also have experience of delivering classes to adult learners.

    Once an application is received the applicant will be contacted for interview if there is a suitable vacancy. Please indicate the course/level you are interested in delivering. You can check the range of courses we offer at www.stvincent.ac.uk/adult-education

    Applicants can download an application form from the link available on the right side of the page or contact Human Resources on 02392 603677 or email recruitment@stvincent.ac.uk for more information.

Adult Education Learning Support Assistants

We are continuing to recruit LSAs to support learners with specific learning needs attending our Adult Education courses, including English and Maths Functional Skills and other college or community based courses

Applications will be accepted throughout the year up to July 31st 2018

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    Hours of work: may be between 2 and 8 hours maximum per week (hours depend on number of learners who require support each term)

    Days/Times of work: To be confirmed at interview – classes requiring support run throughout the week and include evening classes

    Please note that this role is term time only until 31st July 2018

    Hourly rate = £8.74

    Skills and experience required: Applicants will ideally have experience of working with adult learners with additional support needs, and have a minimum of Level 2 in English and Maths.

    Once an application is received the applicant will be contacted for interview if there is a suitable vacancy. Please indicate the type of course/subject you could support. You can check the range of courses we offer at www.stvincent.ac.uk/adult-education

    Applicants can download an application form from the link available on the right side of the page or contact Human Resources on 02392 603677 or email recruitment@stvincent.ac.uk for more information.

Learning Support Assistant

Hours of work: 25 – 35 hours per week

Salary: Support Staff Scale Point 18
(FTE £16,824 pro-rated for part time, term time only)

This position is due to commence in September 2017 and is temporary until July 2018

Possibility of role being made permanent dependent on student recruitment.

As we regularly recruit for LSAs, this post is open indefinitely. Candidates successful at application stage will be invited to attend interview when suitable vacancies arise.

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    The St Vincent College Learning Support Unit (LSU) provides education for students aged 16 to 25 years who have a variety of medical, communication, physical and learning difficulties, ranging from moderate to severe / profound.

    We offer quality education in a caring atmosphere and require enthusiastic and experienced staff that can support and facilitate learning, supervise and provide personal care for students.
    As well as needing great communication skills and the ability to use your initiative, you will also require a great sense of humour and the ability to work as part of a team.

    Our Learning Support Assistants work in close partnership with class teachers to promote learning for all students. Some experience of working on intervention programmes with individuals and small groups of students would be of benefit.

    We are looking for someone who has the following attributes:

    • Able to work both as a member of a team and independently
    • Able to demonstrate a commitment to enabling students to do their best
    • Understand confidentiality and safeguarding
    • Professionalism and excellent time management skills
    • Excellent English and Maths skills
    • A warm personality and good sense of humour

    Applicants can download a Support Staff Application form from the link available on the right side of the page or contact Human Resources on 02392 603677 or email recruitment@stvincent.ac.uk for more information.

Bank Event Staff

Please note that this is a part-time, zero hours’ contract, successful candidates will be called upon as and when events are run.

As we recruit for Event Staff throughout the year, this post is open indefinitely. Candidates successful at application stage will be invited to attend interview when suitable vacancies arise.

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    Rate of Pay: Minimum Wage
    25 and over: £7.50
    21 to 24: £7.05
    18 to 20: £5.60
    Under 18: £4.05

    We are looking to recruit Event Staff to assist in the preparation and hosting of Events on the St Vincent College Campus.

    Duties include:
    • Taking part in the set-up of events as well as arranging or building event structures, furniture and equipment
    • Carrying our bar and catering duties (pouring drinks, serving food, collecting and washing glasses and plates)
    • Supervising activities and ensuring the event is clean and safe
    • First Aid responsibilities will be part of the role at all events
    • Handling money and using a till system, cashing up as the end of the event/function
    • Liaising with the event security team to ensure any potential issues are dealt with in a proactive and professional manner
    • Interacting with the Public in a polite and, when required, firm manner
    • Taking part in the take down of events, packing away and stowing event structures/furniture and equipment

    Previous experience within the hospitality industry is preferable but not essential.

    Applicants can download an application form from the link available on the right side of the page or contact Human Resources on 02392 603677 or email recruitment@stvincent.ac.uk for more information.

Assessors for Vocational Work-Based Learning Qualifications
(Adult and Higher Education Department)

We are continuing to recruit qualified Assessors for a range of qualifications including Business Administration, Early Years Educator (EYE), Health & Social Care, Hairdressing, Supporting Teaching & Learning, TAQA

Hourly rate = £14.92

Applications will be accepted throughout the year up to July 31st 2018. Candidates successful at application stage will be invited to attend interview when suitable vacancies arise.

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    Assessors must have experience of assessment and delivery, and preferably have achieved one of the qualifications in the area(s), they will be assessing (NVQ or Diploma). Evidence of assessment and delivery of NVQs/QCF certificates/diplomas is essential, and this, together with qualifications held, current practice, occupational competence and up to date CPD will be requested at interview.

    Essential requirements:

    • D32/33 or A1/TAQA L3 Qualification (Assessor Qualification)
    • Occupational expertise relevant to the units they would be assessing
    • Occupational competence – be able to carry out the full requirements within the competency units being assessed
    • Occupational knowledge for areas in which they are assessing
    • Experience in training and assessment
    • Evidence of maintaining their own occupational competence and knowledge in continuing learning and professional development

    Hours are allocated per learner, dependent on course, level and qualification as vacancies arise.

    Applicants can download an application form from the link available on the right side of the page or contact Human Resources on 02392 603677 or email recruitment@stvincent.ac.uk for more information.

Applying For a Job

To apply for any job vacancy, please complete the application form and email it to recruitment@stvincent.ac.uk.
For further information please call Human Resources on
02392 603 677.

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