Reaseheath College is one of the leading land-based colleges in the UK, employing over 600 staff. We employ a wide range of staff, and details of our current vacancies are shown here.
Our Mission, Vision and Values can be viewed here.
We are currently advertsing the following job vacancies at Reaseheath College:
- RADA United Utilities Catchment Adviser
- Lecturer Course Manager in Agriculture
- College Vehicle Technician
- Instructor in Agricultural Engineering
- Technical Training Specialist (see below)
- Advanced Technical Training Specialist (see below)
- Instructor in Motor Vehicle Engineering (see below)
- Tutor Assessors in Horticulture, Construction (Brlicklaying/Plastering), Trees and Timber
**EXCITING NEW VACANCIES WITHIN OUR ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT**
Technical Training Specialist: £20,560 – £25,762 per annum (A25-A32) Status: Permanent, full time
Advanced Technical Training Specialist: £26,378 – £33,229 (L8 – L14) Status: Permanent, full time
Reaseheath Plant Training Academy requires fully skilled Plant Mechanics to join our award winning training team, based at Reaseheath College, Nantwich, Cheshire.
We are looking for highly skilled and motivated individuals to manage and deliver outstanding theory and practical training and vocational assessment to over 250 Construction Plant Apprentices and full time students in all aspects of Plant Maintenance and heavy equipment systems, diagnostics and repairs.
You will have an expert knowledge of Modern Plant Equipment with a sound background conducting diagnostics and repairs and be able to transfer that knowledge and skills to Plant Apprentices from across the UK.
As a Technical Training Specialist you will be responsible for delivering theory and practical training within the Plant Academy Training facility and Apprentice competency assessment at the employers premise.
As an Advanced Technical Training Specialist you will be responsible for the delivery and Management of all aspects of apprenticeship programme, ensuring each apprentice achieves their maximum potential. You will be able to demonstrate outstanding organisational skills, knowledge of Apprenticeship Frameworks, Awarding body requirements with a sound Education or training background.
In both positions you will be expected to travel nationwide to conduct vocational assessments at employer’s premises.
Please click below for the relevant Job Description and Person Specification:
For further information or if you are interested in these vacancies please email your CV to Simon Keen, Programme Leader, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor in Motor Vehicle (Engineering)
Basis: Full-time or Part time
Salary: £20,560 – £22,478 per annum (A25 – A28)
Approved by the Institute of Motor Industry for its high standard of training, our Motor Vehicle department provides a range of up-to-date, fully equipped workshops. Our goal is to provide a truly world-class learning environment – as well as a team of teaching staff who are passionate about supporting every student to reach their full potential.
We need you to deliver an outstanding learning experience as you teach on a range of Motor Vehicle Maintenance courses at Levels 1, 2 and 3. You will also implement quality assurance processes and develop new curriculum content which keeps us at the forefront of engineering training.
With first-rate communication skills and sound experience in the engineering service and repair industry, you should bring a proven track record of delivering excellent results through high-quality teaching. Strong team working and IT skills are important too, plus, ideally, a teaching qualification.
For further information or to email your CV please contact Ryan Johnson on email@example.com
We also have the following speculative vacancies:
Food Industry Trainers
Experienced Industry trainers required to deliver food skills within the workplace and in a college setting.
Ideally qualified within the Dairy sector with additional experience in the Bakery, Meat or Poultry sectors you will be capable of delivering subjects around Food Science, Chemistry, Processing techniques and Food Safety and Quality parameters. You should hold a food science degree or equivalent and preferably a teaching qualification (although this is not mandatory).
Ideally located in the North West or South of England, with flexibility in contract being an option for the right candidate.
For further information or if you are interested in our vacancy please email your CV to Kathy Merrett, Industrial Training Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01270 613233.