Location: HMP Long Lartin, Evesham, WR11 8TZ
Hours: 37.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year
Flexible Working: We welcome applications from those seeking flexible or part time hours
Salary: Up to £35,416 per annum
Apprenticeships: Development opportunities are available through Apprenticeship standards
Reporting To: Education Manager
Closing Date for Applications: Monday 10th May 2021
Milton Keynes College have an exciting opportunity for a Deputy Education Manager to join our Prison Education team at HMP Long Lartin.
As a successful Deputy Education Manager, will work closely with the Education Manager to effectively and efficiently manage all aspects of the department, ensure the day-to-day-smooth running of the department and its staff and support the achievement of outstanding learning, teaching and success. You will support the Education Manager to plan and manage the deployment of staff and resources by supporting the department to deliver high quality courses that meets the needs of the learners, prison and Milton Keynes College.
If you are a highly motivated education professional, with a can-do approach this could be a new challenge and a rewarding role for you!
MK College will treat all applicants fairly and with respect, irrespective of their background, disability or any other individual characteristic. We particularly encourage applications from people with backgrounds which are currently under-represented within Milton Keynes College. All offers made to successful candidates are subject to satisfactory outcomes to a range of pre-employment checks including a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS). In addition, security clearance is required for all prison services positions up to Counter Terrorist Check (CTC) level.
Welcoming those who want to learn and improve, we focus on meeting individual needs. The College is at the heart of the city’s economic vision and community strategy, in addition to being a major employer with over 1,000 people working with us. We build and nurture strong partnerships with the wider community and local businesses with an interest in making the Milton Keynes College Group a safe, innovative and inspiring place in which to learn and work. We are proud to offer an open and inclusive education experience to learners of all levels and backgrounds, with over 3,000 16-19 year olds currently studying with us and a total student population of over 8,000. We offer a broad variety of qualifications, including vocational courses, apprenticeships, higher education, professional certificates as well as employability skills and community training.
Founded on the principle of Further Education’s ability to transform lives through learning, we’re proud to create an environment that attracts the best staff and students from Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas and supports education in Prisons nationally. The value we gain from the diverse communities we serve is immeasurable. We want all our staff, students and learners to feel they are an integral part of the College and together we will create an inclusive culture where everyone can contribute to College life and our collective knowledge and growth. When applying for a role at the College, you can expect the same level of commitment towards diversity and inclusion as you’ll experience when you’ve started with us. We treat all our applicants fairly and with respect, irrespective of their background, disability or any other individual characteristic. We particularly encourage applications from people with backgrounds which are currently under-represented within Milton Keynes College.
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