Current Job Vacancies
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Notice to applicants:
Due to the high volume of applications the College often receives, we regret that it is not always possible to respond to every applicant with the outcome of their application, particularly during periods of high staff recruitment activity. If you have submitted an application and have not heard back from us within 4 weeks of the date of submission, please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion. However, we hope that this will not prevent you from reapplying for any future vacancies that may arise within the College.
Please note the College reserves the right to bring forward any of the published closing dates, in the event that the College receives a high volume of good calibre applications. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you apply for one of our roles as soon as possible, rather than wait until the identified closing date.
Welcome to the job opportunities section where you will be able to apply for your next career opportunity.
Our campuses in Orpington and Bromley have been recently re-designed and boast state of the art facilities for students and staff. We are expecting further developments and improvements to our modern campuses, to better support our innovative offer to students aged 14 and above.
Take a look at what we offer – we are confident that you will want to become part of the College at this exciting time.
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If the role you are interested in is not listed, we will be happy to keep an eye on it for you and will get in touch with you with updates as to our vacancies. Email us here and we will be happy to register you.
Join Our Talent Pool – Send your CV to our confidential database
This is a key time of development here at Bromley College with a lot of exciting changes on the horizon. Therefore we are looking to recruit talented individuals to join our Teacher/Lecturer Talent Pool to help us meet anticipated demands expected from September 2014. The roles available are diverse and as such we would welcome applications from individuals with a range of teaching experience across a variety of different subjects both vocational and academic, who are able to work on either a regular or an ad hoc basis. You could be starting out on your career in teaching or have substantial previous teaching/lecturing experience, either way we would welcome your application.
If you think you could add value to the College and work within a teaching environment which is committed to providing an Outstanding student experience, then we want to hear from you. The College offers a variety of benefits and opportunities for all of its staff which are equally available to our hourly paid staff. In your supporting statement please clearly demonstrate your previous experience and indicate your availability for work. Rates of pay are dependent upon qualifications and experience. A number of full and part-time roles are available. These are equivalent to circa £25,000 for unqualified teachers/lecturers and up to £35,000 for qualified lecturers who are engaged to work in subject shortage areas.
Email your CV and supporting statement/covering letter to here, and we will try to job match you to any current and emerging vacancies. By sending your CV, you are authorising the College to process this data for up to 12 months and in accordance with the College’s Data Protection Policy and Procedure, a copy of which can be obtained upon request.
Bromley College is a ‘Positive about Disabled People’ employer. This means that if you disclose a disability, we can make reasonable adjustments for you at each stage of the recruitment and selection process and, if you join us, to where and how you work.
All prospective employees must meet the following minimum eligibility criteria, which apply to all roles within the College.
Eligibility to work in the UK
The College will be required to verify your eligibility to work in the UK. This means that we will not be able to offer you employment if this would be in breach of the Immigration legislation.
Employment and Character References
It is the College’s policy to obtain two references satisfactory to the College, one of which must be from your present or most recent employer.
Disclosure of criminal convictions
All appointments at the College are subject to a criminal record check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), either paper based or on line. For all roles, where close and unsupervised contact with students and vulnerable adults is likely, the College requires an Enhanced level disclosure with additional information from the barring list. If you wish to read more about how we carry out the DBS checks, please view our policy here.
All new staff are required to complete a medical questionnaire which will be reviewed by our Occupational Health Service, who will provide the College with confirmation of your ability to carry out the work for which you are seeking employment.