Working in education is both stimulating and rewarding. We are a leading Further Education College in our region, judged by Ofsted as an Outstanding College, and a genuine Investor in our People. Join our team and you'll become part of a community which is dedicated to success where nurturing the talent of our staff is just as important as fostering the skills of our learners.
With clear strategic ambitions, a strong focus on quality assurance and a commitment to safeguarding and equality of opportunity, make Walsall College an inspirational place to work.
We are keen to recruit and retain talented people who can play a key role in realising the College's mission. We will value your ideas, develop your skills, treat you with respect and recognise your endeavours.
To support you in your application, please find some useful guidance under Additional Information, Guidance and Policies area of this page.
Walsall College is passionate about promoting equality of opportunity and creating a working environment where diversity is recognised and celebrated and everyone has the chance to reach their full potential. Our environment is diverse in character and student population. We particularly welcome applications from candidates from Black Minority Ethnic origin and those with a disability. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults is at the heart of all we do. This is reflected in our rigorous approach to the recruitment and professional development of our staff.
To request a hard copy of our application form please contact email@example.com
|Lecturer in GCSE Maths (Pool)||As and when required hours per week||£21.82 per hour||Details|
|Tutorial Co-ordinator||37 hours per week||£36,154||Details|
|Personal Assistant to the Executive Team (Fixed Term until July 2019) x 2 posts||37 hours per week||£24,608 - £26,102 per annum||Details|
Working at Walsall College brings many benefits and our success is due to the talent and contributions of our...