This position is full time (37 hours per week), 52 weeks a year and you will be required to work during non-term time.
Southend Adult Community College provides high quality learning and training to the local and wider community of Southend on Sea. We engage with over 4,500 learners a year and deliver programmes in three main centres and numerous community venues.
The College works with a wide range of partners including employers, voluntary organisations and the public sector. In November 2017 an Ofsted report judged the College to be “good” for the 10th year running.
The main purpose of this role will be to oversee the staff and learner services functions within the College (Registry team, Information, Advice and Guidance, HR administration and Business Support).
You will lead and provide strategic direction to the frontline learner support services within the College including the registry function, enrolments and admissions, information advice and guidance, senior leadership team and Governing Body business support and HR administration. You will provide the highest standard of service to learners throughout their time with the college, working proactively with colleagues around the college to meet the needs of the organisation.
This role will require an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Closing date: 20th January 2019
Interviews: To be held week commencing 28th Jan 2019
To apply please complete the online application form below. If you have any questions regarding this role or experience difficulties applying online please email email@example.com.
Southend Adult Community college welcomes applications regardless of gender, disability, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith.
The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and that students and staff can study and work in an environment free from harassment and bullying.
Southend Adult Community College aims to achieve curriculum excellence by promoting consistently high standards of teaching, learning and assessment across all provision. We expect all academic staff to take Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence (PRIDE).