Vacancies

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. In accordance with our policies, we are unable to process applications through CV, only applications made on a fully completed Penryn College application form will be considered.

Please see our latest vacancies below.

Work Related Learning Assistant

37 hours per week, term time only plus 12 days

(Grade D) Actual salary – £15,664

We are seeking to appoint a highly professional, conscientious and organised Work Related Learning Assistant with excellent communication skills to join our hardworking and committed team.

The role will involve assisting and coordinating arrangements for a range of educational activities in relation to Work Related Learning.  Taking an active role in support of the educational and social needs of students. To work with students in providing personalised vocational leaving programmes and supporting the work-related curriculum.

The successful candidate will have excellent administration, IT and interpersonal skills, be able to work well under pressure and prioritise effectively. Applicants must have a clear understanding of the need for confidentiality and be able to carry out tasks independently with accuracy and diligence.

This role could grow over time to take on additional responsibility so the ideal candidate would need to be happy to take on additional training or, for the right candidate with a relevant qualification and experience, a more challenging role and higher salary could be available.

Closing Date: Monday 2 November at 9.00am.

Interviews: Week beginning 16 November.

Work Related Learning/Library Assistant

30 hours per week, term time only plus 12 days

Starting salary – £12,705

We are seeking to appoint a highly professional, conscientious and organised Work Related Learning Admin Assistant/Library Assistant with excellent communication skills to join our hardworking and committed team.

The role will involve providing administration support to Work Related Learning, Library and Resource Centre Manager.  To assist in the provision of an efficient, reliable and welcoming Library and Resource Centre.

The successful candidate will have excellent administration, IT and interpersonal skills, be able to work well under pressure and prioritise effectively. Applicants must have a clear understanding of the need for confidentiality and be able to carry out tasks independently with accuracy and diligence.

Closing Date: Monday 2 November at 9.00am.

Interviews: Week beginning 16 November.

Maths TA/Numeracy Co-Ordinator

The ideal candidate will need to have an interest and knowledge in numeracy intervention. The role will include working with children identified as being below age-related expectations with Numeracy, either on a one-to-one basis or in small groups as part of timetabled lessons or as intervention sessions. The successful candidate will provide these students with learning strategies that enable them to access and make progress across the curriculum.

Closing Date: Monday 2 November at 9.00am.

Interviews: Week beginning 16 November.

Timetabling and Appeals Officer

We are seeking to appoint a highly professional, conscientious and organised Timetabling and Appeals Officer with excellent communication skills to join our hardworking and committed team.

The role will involve providing a high level of support to the Assistant Headteacher to prepare and develop the timetable.  To act as the school’s Appeals Officer for multiple appeals, both secondary transfer and in year submissions. Assisting the Assistant Headteacher to carry out duties for school appeals and deputising when necessary, and to support the curriculum team as directed by the Curriculum Manager.

The successful candidate will have excellent administration, IT and interpersonal skills, be able to work well under pressure and prioritise effectively. Applicants must have a clear understanding of the need for confidentiality and be able to carry out tasks independently with accuracy and diligence.

Closing date: Monday 2 November at 9.00am.

Interviews: Week beginning 16 November.