Current vacancies

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we are unable to confirm when interviews will take place for each role advertised and what format they may take. If you are successful at shortlisting stage, we will, of course, keep you informed. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept CVs unless accompanied by a completed application form. You can email your completed application form to recruitment@hsdc.ac.uk.

Quality Lead for Business, Employment and Skills (South Downs Campus)

Closing date: 24/05/2021 Salary: (Fixed Point) Grade 5 - £29,616.58 FTE (Actual Salary: £11,606.49)  Contract type: Permanent

14.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year (2 day job share)

 

HSDC wishes to appoint an experienced, talented individual who has a passion for high quality teaching, learning and assessment.

The ideal candidate will have a strong knowledge of Assessment and IQA processes for both Apprentices and Adult Learners as well as a vested interest in support and development of staff and teaching and assessment practice.

The role will lead on all aspects of internal quality controls for Apprenticeships and Adult Provision, will manage the standardisation process for delivery and will ensure high quality teaching, learning and assessment leading to outstanding outcomes for our learners.

HSDC is proud to support flexible working opportunities and therefore applications for flexible working will be considered.

 

Closing Date: 24 May 2021

Interview date: tbc

Job Description

Fitness Centre Technician (South Downs Campus)

Closing date: 19/05/2021 Salary: (Fixed Point) - £17,142.84 FTE (actual salary £13,767.10) Contract type: Permanent

37 hours per week, 36 weeks per year (term time only)

 

HSDC is seeking to appoint a Technician to work in a small team within our Fitness Centre, located on the South Downs campus. Applicants should ideally have experience of working in a similar role within an educational setting.

Essential skills required are relevant subject experience, customer service skills, Microsoft Office applications including Word and Excel, time management skills, organisational skills, and the ability to prioritise tasks effectively, ability to communicate to a diverse range of people at all ages, verbally and in writing, ability to work alone and as part of a team, ability to solve problems and make decisions. A Level 2 Gym Instructor qualification would also be desirable.

The successful applicant will ideally have prior knowledge and experience of supervising a Fitness Gym, know how to check Fitness Equipment and maintain a safe environment.

Applicants must demonstrate good knowledge of health and safety.

HSDC is proud to support flexible working opportunities and therefore applications for flexible working will be considered.

 

Interview date: tbc

Job Description

Lecturer/Teacher of Maths – Alton

Closing date: 16/05/2021 Salary: Grade 5: £29,616.58- £35,995.07 per annum, pro rata (depending upon experience and qualifications) Actual salary £23,693.26 - £28,796.06 Contract type: Permanent

Part time 0.8  FTE

HSDC is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic Maths teacher to teach at the Alton Campus across both GCSE and A-level.

The ideal candidate will have patience, a sense of humour and be dedicated to providing interesting and motivating learning experiences for our learners. You will also be an outstanding classroom practitioner who can demonstrate inspirational teaching, learning and assessment leading to successful outcomes for learners. You will have the capacity to develop a range of strategies and resources to enable these learners to work with independence and take responsibility for their own learning. Importantly, you will create a culture of fun, enjoyment and discovery in your classroom. Finally, you will be a supportive lecturer who can take every opportunity to build learners’ confidence in their maths skills.

 

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Performing Arts Technician – South Downs

Closing date: 16/05/2021 Salary: £17,142.84 fte fixed point salary (actual salary £13,767.02) Contract type: Permanent

37 hours per week, 36 weeks per year (term time only)

HSDC South Downs is currently looking to recruit an experienced Theatre Technician in the Performing Arts area, to join a well-established team.  The post will involve carrying out tasks necessary for the facilitation of course delivery across the specialist areas.  Duties involve: being conversant with current H&S legislation, working flexibly during peak periods; proficiency at rigging lanterns, plotting and operating LX board; ability to work at heights; creating and editing sound files; knowledge of mics and radio mics for musicals, properties and set construction, maintenance of equipment and configuration of seating units.

Interview date: tbc

 

 

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Head of Faculty – STEM & Social Science (Academic)

Closing date: 14/05/2021 Salary: Salary: Grade 6 Point 31 - £46,571.54 per annum (fixed point) Contract type: Permanent

Full Time: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

Are you looking for an opportunity to lead a high quality A Level Faculty? Are you passionate and knowledgeable about teaching, learning and assessment?

Here at HSDC we are looking for a strong curriculum leader to join the team to lead the A Level Faculty STEM & Social Science on the Alton and Havant campuses. Subject areas in this Faculty include: Sciences, Earth Sciences, Maths, Computing and DT, Psychology, Sociology, Law and PE.

This role requires an organised, motivational manager to help teaching teams raise teaching and learning standards and provide excellent student support to enable strong progress for all students in the Faculty. As Head of Faculty, you will lead an academic provision which meets the needs of the community, employers and universities, develops students’ employability skills and enables progression.

If you have excellent teaching skills, have the ability to lead and manage people, and are agile, proactive and solutions focused, then take a look at the job description for more details. If you would like to find out more about the post and have an informal chat then please contact Nicola Kingsley, Assistant Principal Curriculum – Academic, at nicola.kingsley@hsdc.ac.uk.

Interview date: w/c 24 May 2021

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SEND Coordinator – Alton Campus

Closing date: 14/05/2021 Salary: Grade 3, Point 18, £28,469.44 per annum (Fixed Point) Contract type: Permanent

37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

The Academic and Learning Support (ALS) team are seeking an experienced SEND Coordinator to join their highly successful team.  We have a thriving SEND provision with exciting new opportunities at the Alton campus, including a new Independent Living Centre in conjunction with Hampshire County Council.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about equality of opportunity and inclusion for all learners with SEND.  Experience of the EHCP process is essential.

 

The key functions of this role are:

To be a key point of contact for our partner Local Authorities in the EHCP process, including speculative, application, enrolment, annual review and transition stages.

To receive EHCP applications, assist with the interview process for EHCP / HNS learners, liaise with multi-disciplinary teams, and respond to the Local Authorities according to statutory timescales and the SEN Code of Practice.

To work with the ALS department to implement support for learners with an EHCP and to assist with staff training and development associated with the ongoing support of these learners.

To oversee the annual review process for learners with an EHCP and complete the high needs funding templates.

 

HSDC is proud to support flexible working opportunities and therefore applications for flexible working will be considered.

Interview Date: 24 May 2021

Job Description

Work Based Trainer – Adult Care (South Downs Campus)

Closing date: 19/05/2021 Salary: (Fixed Point) Grade 4 - £28,469.44 FTE (Actual Salary: £25,391.66)   Contract type: Permanent

33 Hours per week

HSDC wishes to appoint an experienced and talented individual to join a professional, enthusiastic, and forward-thinking team.

The ideal candidate will have a strong knowledge of Adult Care apprenticeship programmes and will be experienced, committed and professional.  HSDC has an excellent track record in delivering Adult Care apprenticeship programmes and the successful applicant will use this as a platform to build on.

The role will include all aspects of delivering Adult Care apprenticeships, employer engagement, assessing and coaching as required and the successful applicant will work closely with the cross-college apprenticeship team. The successful applicant will also be expected to do some online delivery  of short courses to adults wanting to enter the care profession.

Applicants will ideally have working knowledge of the diplomas and standards for Adult Care and a minimum of two years assessment practice with an assessor qualification and a background of assessing or teaching across vocational programmes.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Recognised Level 3 Assessing/ Teaching qualification (A1/AQA/PTLLS/AET or equivalent).
  • Holding a recognised IQA qualification.
  • Experience in delivering Adult Care courses up to Level 5
  • Must hold relevant solid occupational competency within the care sector.
  • Full, clean driving licence and own vehicle. (Essential)
  • Must be flexible with travel.

Duties:

  • Deliver Adult Care courses and Apprenticeships to Level 5, to learners in a 1-1 and group-based setting.
  • Prepare, plan and deliver quality learning and ensure timely and accurate completions in line with company procedures and timescales.
  • Managing your diary efficiently to ensure timely visits and reviews are conducted.
  • Provide guidance, support and encouragement to learners throughout their journey.
  • Provide progress feedback to learners/employers and provide support to ensure they meet their set goal / target.
  • Organise and maintain documentation on learners’ progress.
  • Overcome barriers to learning and adapt delivery to meet learner’s needs.

Personal Skills:

  • Confident and professional with the ability to inspire and motivate people.
  • Quality driven and prepared to go the extra mile for your learners.
  • Organisational skills.

Interview Date: tbc

Job Description

Facilities Security (South Downs Campus)

Closing date: 26/05/2021 Salary: Fixed Point: Grade 3, Spinal Point 8 (FTE Salary: £18,766.40, Actual Salary: £15,070.86)  Contract type: Permanent

37 Hours, 36 weeks per year

 

HSDC is looking to appoint Facilities Security to support the Facilities Team at our South Downs campus.

Reporting to the Facilities Coordinator, this role is to provide effective facilities support to the Campus and the successful candidate will be responsible for the physical security of the Campus buildings.

The position will be full time and the working hours during term time will include the following: Monday to Thursday: 8:30 – 17:00 and Friday: 8:30 – 16:30.

Ideally applicants should have:

  • Good general education to include Maths and English, or a willingness to undertake.
  • Experience of working within a Facilities, Premises or Estates Management environment.
  • Experience of working with CCTV systems.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate at all levels.
  • Strong communication and team working skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure.

 

HSDC is proud to support flexible working opportunities and therefore applications for flexible working will be considered.

 

Interview date: tbc

Job Description

Nursery Practitioner (Alton Campus)

Closing date: 18/05/2021 Salary: Salary: £22,393 FTE (Actual salary will be pro-rated) Contract type: Permanent

Permanent, Term-time – 38 weeks per year

20 hours per week – (Actual salary £8,302.93)

(worked in shift patterns to cover nursery hours, from 8.00am until 5.00pm)

We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic Nursery Practitioners to join our team at our outstanding nursery, situated in the grounds of HSDC – Alton.

The ideal candidates must demonstrate that they have a good knowledge of the EYFS and a passion for childcare and development, being able to use their own initiative to ensure that the children’s individual needs are met.  They must offer the best care and stimulation to ensure that each child reaches their full potential.  The candidates should also be flexible in their working and be a good team player.  They must have good communication and writing skills.

Applicants must hold a level 3 qualification in childcare, and it would be desirable to hold a current Paediatric First Aid certificate (training can be given). They must also have good experience of working with ages 0-4.

Interviews:  tbc

 

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