It’s the people that make HSDC such a great place to work. We’re dedicated to inspiring students and that’s why we look for people who love what they do.
Whether you’re interested in joining us in a teaching or support role, we want someone who keeps our students at the forefront of their mind.
Found a vacancy on our website you would like to apply for? Please click the “More Details” button underneath the vacancy in order to view the full advert and submit your application. Applications will be managed through our Applicant Tracking System and you will be notified of any updates to your application via email. Should you have any issues in completing your application, please contact email@example.com. Please bear in mind that CVs will not be accepted.
HSDC is committed to the safeguarding of students and promoting the welfare of all learners. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check in respect of both children and vulnerable adults and to provide proof of their right to work in the UK.
In addition to our DBS checks, we will conduct an online search. This includes checking social media profiles such as Twitter; Facebook and LinkedIn. This will also include checking the main results feed on Google as well as the ‘News’ and ‘Images’ tab.
We will be checking for any publicly available information that suggests the applicant may not be suitable to work with children or young/vulnerable people or content that could potentially damage the reputation of HSDC. This may include inappropriate posts, comments or images displaying evidence of offensive or inappropriate behaviour, jokes or language, discriminatory comments, inappropriate photos, drug or alcohol misuse.
HSDC actively promotes equity, diversity and inclusion at all levels, including its employees, students and customers. Ensuring that we are always recruiting, retaining and promoting a diverse mix of colleagues allows us to have a workforce that is representative of our students and the local community. Our strong partnership with the Black Leadership Group allows us to promote an anti-racist culture and we have an established Inclusion Team across our three campuses who seek to challenge behaviours where necessary and drive best practice across the College.
Equality of opportunity and respect for the individual are part of the College’s principles and values. We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates who are from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, disabled people and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
HSDC is committed to the Disability Confident scheme (Level 2 employer) helping us make the most of the opportunities provided by employing disabled people.
The scheme helps us remove barriers to disabled people and those with long-term health conditions meaning we can also fully support current employees with disabilities. We are now working hard to champion best practice in order to progress to Disability Confident Leader status (Level 3). If you are looking to apply for a job at HSDC and would like further information about how we can support you please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
At HSDC, a typical working day for support staff is 8.30am – 5pm, with teaching staff hours varying depending on teaching hours and timetables. A Level timetables start from 10am, providing students with more teaching time. Head over to HSDC Alton and HSDC Havant to take a closer look at their timetables. HSDC recognises that sometimes employees need flexible working hours in order to help them balance home/life commitments with their work. Read more about this on our Staff Wellbeing page.
The way we work is important to us and we want our employees to share these ‘ways of working’, ensuring we are guiding students to success, helping them become the best they can be.