We’re recruiting Health and Social Care specialists
City College Plymouth is recruiting experienced health and social care professionals to join its expanding team of lecturers.
There are few careers more rewarding than caring for others, and training the next generation of health and social care professionals will not only benefit some of the most vulnerable people in our society, but will also help change the future of the students you teach.
If you have any of the following skills, we want to hear from you …
- teaching experience
- innovative teaching styles
- knowledge of sociology and its use in the health and social care sector
- clinical skills
- experience of delivering technical exam curriculum
- experience of delivering Apprenticeships
- established links with industry
- experience of curriculum and industry collaboration
If you don’t have a teaching qualification but have relevant experience in the health and social care sector, don’t be put off; City College Plymouth will provide you with the necessary training to enable you to use your passion and experience to inspire our post-16 and adult learners.
If the prospect of teaching at the College excites you, take a look at our current vacancies.
The College is looking for people who are passionate about this sector to join its growing team of talented education professionals who, together, have seen City College Plymouth rated third in the UK for student satisfaction. Not only will you get to make your mark on the future of the healthcare sector, but we’ll even pay you!
With a competitive salary and a whole host of staff benefits, including a generous holiday allowance and company pension scheme, there has never been a better time to join the South West’s top college. The full list of staff benefits along with information about other career opportunities at the College can be found online at www.cityplym.ac.uk/jobs/.
To speak to someone in Human Resources or one of the health and social care team about the vacancies on offer, come along to our recruitment open evening on Tuesday 28 January, 6.00pm – 8.30pm. Please call 01752 305300 with any enquiries.