Want to use your degree to change people’s lives?

Our new Graduate Programme is launching, and it’s creating opportunities for highly motivated graduates like you to do just that through education!


Salary: £24,286 per annum (full-time)
Programme Duration: Up to two years
Application Closing Date/Time: February 3rd 2018 at 23:00


Why choose City of Wolverhampton College?
  • Enjoy genuine responsibility from day one
  • A bespoke programme tailored to your personal development
  • The opportunity to study your PGCE or other relevant qualifications alongside your work
  • Preparing you for the leadership roles of tomorrow
  • We offer a supportive network to help you throughout the programme
  • Learn how the college runs as a business from the top down
  • Competitive Salary
  • Generous holiday allowance of up to 40 days per year.

You will be determined to make the most of the professional development opportunities and supportive network we offer.


What we’re looking for
  • You must have at least a 2:1 degree in a related subject
  • Excellent communication skills are a must
  • A passion for education and the impact it has on lives
  • The ambition and drive to be successful in our inspiring learning environment
  • A thirst for continual learning and professional development
  • The potential for a future leader within the organisation.

Opportunities

We have vacancies on the programme for graduates in any of the following disciplines:

You will need to have gained experience of office/building relocation during your degree course, and must understand the complexities of relocation departments.

The college has a broad portfolio of properties, so maintaining and developing the estate is no small challenge. With this in mind, we are looking for a 2:1 calibre graduate who has gained knowledge of office / building relocation during their degree course, and you will be hungry to put that knowledge into practice by working with a team to lead a college relocation.

On the programme, you’ll discover how we run the college and will learn how to prepare drawings, specs and documentation for building works and refurbishment projects. Keeping pace with legislation to ensure the college is compliant will also be a vital to your success.

As part of the programme, you’ll help deliver co-ordinated and effective information systems and processes college-wide. Of course, you’ll need to get to know how the college operates, and that’s exactly what our training will help you achieve. You’ll also be determined to ensure the data management of the college is accurate and timely, and that our data protection provision is robust. You will play an important role in ensuring all data management within the college is accurate, timely and fit for purpose.

A responsive, creative and forward thinking IT function is crucial to the success of the college and we have an opportunity for a graduate with a 2:1 in an IT-related discipline to join the programme. You’ll receive a broad overview of how the college operates and use your knowledge to ensure our IT provision is fit for purpose. You’ll also play a key role in assessing which new technology will have the biggest and most positive impact on the college and its students and knowledge of cyber security is a must.

Inspiring students to explore the world of IT and preparing them to take on leadership roles will be your aim as an IT Lecturer. Ready to work across all our campus sites, you’ll seek to engage and motivate students, learn how to create lesson plans, and discover classroom management techniques that will ensure your teaching is effective.

A graduate with at least a 2:1 in an IT discipline, you’ll enjoy early responsibility and the chance to study for a PGCE or other relevant qualifications.

The graduate programme will show you how to motivate and inspire the technical experts of the future. The twenty-first century is seeing a golden era for electronics and engineering, with new technology creating exciting opportunities to change the world. As a graduate with a 2:1 or better in an Electronics, Electrical or Engineering focused discipline, you’ll be motivated to share your knowledge with the next generation of students. And our 2-year programme will prepare you to inspire students to do exactly that. Ready to work across all our campus sites, you’ll seek to engage and motivate students, learn how to create lesson plans, and discover classroom management techniques that will ensure your teaching is effective.

Join us, and you’ll enjoy early responsibility, the chance to study for a PGCE or other relevant qualifications and will receive a generous holiday allowance of up to 40 days per year. Excellent communication skills are a must, so too the ambition and drive to be successful in our inspiring learning environment.


Interested in beginning an exciting and rewarding career on our graduate programme?

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