At Preston’s College we take great pride in supporting all of our learners to achieve the qualifications they need, alongside the development of technical skills and knowledge that employers and universities are looking for.
We are a “Good” College and Ofsted agree. We have ambition for all our learners, communities, employers and staff. Our Board of Governors is committed to a Five Year Plan, which sets out our aspiration to become an Ofsted Outstanding College by 2022/23.
Our mission is to help make learners the most employable they can be.
The Department of Counselling plays a vital role in the College’s ability to respond to local and regional business needs whilst serving the community we are so proudly a part of. The provision of a high quality support service across the College is therefore central to our success and we are looking for an exceptional candidate to work with us to achieve our future goals. You will be qualified to Level 4 or above and be a member of BACP or equivalent. We are looking for an exceptional candidate who can lead the work placement provision for students studying on level 4 and degree programmes.
Job Title: Counselling Work Placement Coordinator
Salary: JFG4 – SCP22 £23,985 - SCP26 £26,711 Pro Rata (depending on experience)
Hours: 18.5 hours, 0.5FTE
Contract Type: Permanent
If you feel that we are the College for you and that you are the person we require, we would welcome your application.
Closing Date for Applications: 16th August 2021
Interview Date: w/c 30th August 2021
The successful candidate for this appointment will be required to apply for appropriate disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring service at a cost to themselves.
Preston’s College is strongly committed to providing equality of opportunity, valuing diversity and promoting a culture of inclusion. Preston’s College is committed to creating and sustaining a positive and inclusive working environment for our staff and learners. Our aim is to ensure that employees and learners are equally valued and respected and we want our staff, learners and stakeholders to reflect the diversity of the local and wider communities that we serve and influence.