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WORKING AT HOPWOOD HALL COLLEGE

Hopwood Hall College employs approximately 450 staff in both teaching and learning and support services. Staff are based at either our Middleton or Rochdale campus.

Hopwood Hall College is an accredited Disability Confident Employer. Our Equality & Diversity statement is designed to ensure that unfair discrimination does not take place in any part of our recruitment process.

The College is a Living Wage employer, paying all directly employed staff the real living wage rate with plans to extend this to all regular, onsite sub-contracted staff as well. The real Living Wage is higher than the government minimum and is voluntarily paid by businesses who believe their staff deserve a fair day's pay for a hard day's work.

STAFF BENEFITS

Working at Hopwood Hall College comes with a wide range of benefits including generous holiday and sick pay entitlements.

Other non-contractual benefits include:

  • Career average pension scheme
  • Free gym membership at our Middleton Campus Sports Arena
  • Purchase loans for computers and bikes
  • Staff discount at the College's Riverside Restaurant, Riverside Salon, Sports Arena and Holiday Clubs
  • On-site nursery (Rochdale Campus)
  • Credit union for savings, low cost loans and life assurance
  • Free on-site parking
  • On-site Dog Kennels (spaces not guaranteed)

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply through our portal, which you can access here and on any job listing. If you have any problems applying or using the online portal, please get in touch with the HR Department on hr@hopwood.ac.uk or give us a call on 0161 655 6925.

Please click here for a copy of our competency framework, and here for the guidance on the framework.

The Work Based Tutor will train apprentices across a wide range of skills, knowledge and behaviors to enable them to pass the End Point Assessment. The tutor will develop and deliver highly inspirational teaching and training resources and will be expected to facilitate a structured learning programme, providing feedback during formative assessment periods.
Work Based Tutor - Electrical Engineering
The Work Based Tutor will train apprentices across a wide range of skills, knowledge and behaviors to enable them to pass the End Point Assessment. The tutor will develop and deliver highly inspirational teaching and training resources and will be expected to facilitate a structured learning programme, providing feedback during formative assessment periods.
Work Based Tutor - Plumbing
The Work Based Tutor will train apprentices across a wide range of skills, knowledge and behaviors to enable them to pass the End Point Assessment. The tutor will develop and deliver highly inspirational teaching and training resources and will be expected to facilitate a structured learning programme, providing feedback during formative assessment periods.
Work Based Tutor - AAT
The Work Based Tutor will train apprentices across a wide range of skills, knowledge and behaviors to enable them to pass the End Point Assessment. The tutor will develop and deliver highly inspirational teaching and training resources and will be expected to facilitate a structured learning programme, providing feedback during formative assessment periods.
Lecturer - Fire, Security and Alarms
Hopwood Hall College is a leading College within Greater Manchester with high success rates and excellent progression for its learners. We are seeking a well-motivated, enthusiastic and experienced fire, security and alarms lecturer who has a range of specialist skills who is able to deliver effective, inspirational teaching and learning.
The College requires Teaching Assistants in Health and Childhood Studies. This will be to support behaviour management and engagement of learners on all aspects of their study programmes. We need someone who can meet their learning needs in academic, vocational and life skills development. This would include in class and out of class support to remove barriers to accessing learning and participation. We also need someone who is able to implement agreed learning support for individuals and groups, with a view to encourage learner independence using identified support strategies. Closing date: 24th October 2019