About Bolton College
Bolton College works with a wide range of organisations, including the ‘Bolton Family’ of public sector organisations, to meet the education and training needs of Bolton, its geographical, cultural and business communities.
Bolton College supports social and economic regeneration and contributes to measurable business success and community cohesion through the provision of flexible, innovative and responsive high quality training opportunities, working in partnerships with employers and local communities. We are committed to creating a high quality learning organisation which captures outstanding practice by providing inspirational, cutting edge teaching and learning which is responsive to the needs, interests and experience of all learners and leads to success.
We are passionate about widening participation and increasing access to lifelong learning opportunities and we assist all our learners to reach and maximise their full potential and progress in their learning and employment.
As an organisation we are on the trajectory to becoming outstanding and we are looking for individuals who share this ambition and who share our values to join us on the next stage of our journey. If you are highly motivated, enthusiastic and experienced in your field then we look forward to hearing from you.
6 jobs with Bolton College
Support Curriculum Leader by co-ordinating team of staff in the delivery vocational tasters within a curriculum area.
Support the Curriculum Leader by co-ordinating and supervising a small team of staff in the delivery of high quality and inclusive provision.
Work under the direction of the Catering Supervisor. Support the provision of an efficient, professional and cost effective catering service.
Deliver high quality inclusive teaching and learning on one or more courses. Support the curriculum management on curriculum and course development.
Promote to Students and Staff the resources of the LRCs and Libraries both in terms of paper and digital resources.
To deliver high quality and inclusive teaching and learning on GCSE/Functional Skills and non-accredited Community Learning courses.