Programme Leader Engineering

Programme Leader Engineering

Rewards and Benefits
  • Enhanced leave allowance of 50 days (full-time equivalent)
  • Opportunity to purchase additional annual leave
  • Competitive pension scheme:
    • Teachers' Pension Scheme (TPS) - 23% employer contribution
    • Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) - 17.9% employer contribution
  • Extensive professional development opportunities for all, with B&FC choosing to invest circa. £1.8m annually in colleague development and professional qualifications
  • Agile working opportunities
  • Enhanced Family friendly policies
  • Extensive wellbeing provision including, but not limited to:
    • Access to funded Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) available 24/7, 365 days a year
    • Occupational Health
    • FREE Flu Vouchers for those not entitled through the NHS
    • FREE eye tests
    • Dedicated Wellbeing Hub available to all colleagues containing rich and varied content with resources relating to emotional, physical, financial and social wellbeing
    • FREE healthy breakfast
    • Sports facilities including fully equipped gym and discounted memberships
    • Health and beauty salon
    • Trim Trails on Campus (guided routes for walks)
  • Onsite food outlets and Starbucks at subsidised rates
  • FREE car parking
  • Car lease scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Onsite kids 'Sports Camp' 8am - 5pm during selected half-term breaks
B&FC is committed to the promotion of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in all resourcing practices. Please email [email protected] should a specific adjustment be required to support in the application and selection process

B&FC is dedicated to safeguarding and the promotion of the welfare of all learners, and expects all colleagues to share in this commitment. As such, employment at B&FC is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check via the Disclosure and Barring Service. For further information on DBS, please click here

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