Posted by Devenia Besant on 16 Dec 2019

Nescot College are currently recruiting for a number of roles:

£17,555 p.a. (actual salary for full time TTO) for 38 weeks per year
Salary will be slightly less for part of the academic year to start

Recruiting for a range of Progress Coaches for the following areas:

Full time: 
Construction – full time
Creative Media – full time maternity cover

Part time:
Animal Management & Catering – Thursday and Friday
Core hours for full time:

Monday – Thursday 8.45am – 5.15pm & Friday 8.45am – 4.45pm

Recruiting to add to its successful team of Progress Coaches in order to support our further education students in achieving their qualifications and progressing to further or higher study or work.

Working with a caseload of students you will deliver tutorials and support to students along with effective pastoral and academic target setting and reviews. You will get to know your students, what motivates them to achieve and identifying with them the strategies they will need in order to maximise their potential.

This is an opportunity to work with and inspire young people to help them become qualified in the occupation of their choice and to develop the personal and academic skills they need to progress or to get a job.

You should have experience of working with young people, be confident in delivering to groups of students as well as working on a 1 to 1 basis. In addition, you should have excellent organisational and motivational skills and be able to work as part of a team to help young people to attend, enjoy and achieve. This is an ideal stepping stone into a rewarding career in teaching.

Closing date for applications is Sunday 5 January 2020
Interviews will be held on Friday 10 January 2020

Full time Term Time Only (38 weeks per year)
£17,731 – £20,014 p.a (actual salary for full year)

Slightly less for starting part-way through the year

Recruiting for an experienced Student Wellbeing Coach, to add to its successful Student Wellbeing Service, in order to safeguard and promote the wellbeing of our students.

Working with a caseload of students, you will offer one-to-one support through ongoing coaching and mentoring, alongside delivering targeted weekly support groups. You will engage positively with your students, identifying with them the strategies they will need to improve their personal wellbeing. To ensure that students with ongoing safeguarding concerns have effective interventions in place, this will also involve the ability to make referrals and work in partnership with external agencies.

You should have experience of working with young people on a one-to-one basis, as well as being confident in delivering to groups of students. In addition, you should have excellent knowledge of safeguarding, good organisational and motivational skills and be able to work as part of a team, to improve the wellbeing of students at Nescot.

Benefits include the local government pension scheme, generous holidays and the facilities of a College campus set in 7 acres of green belt in a peaceful setting. The College has excellent transport links and is set in a location convenient to London and the South East and offers a large free on-site car park.

Closing date for applications is Thursday 9 January 2020
Interviews will be held on Friday 17 January 2020

Term time only – Minimum 4 days per week
£11.29 per hour

Recruiting for suitably enthusiastic and committed individuals who can help students develop skills and grow into independence. You could be working in a variety of different vocational contexts which require good organisational skills and confidence using IT for administrative tasks.  We are looking particularly for people who feel that they have the skills and GCSE qualifications or equivalent, to help students not only improve but also enjoy English and maths.

You must work well in a team and be able to work efficiently and effectively with other staff. Understanding of and empathy with students who have learning difficulties, are disaffected or have behavioural problems is a must. Some students may have physical or medical disabilities and you may be required to undertake some personal care. If you think that you meet these criteria, please apply.

Closing Date will be Sunday 5 January 2020
Interviews will be held Wednesday 15 January 2020 (pm)

⭐️ TERM TIME ONLY SEND JOB COACHES (Special Educational Needs and Disability)
36 hours per week
Jan 2020 – end of academic year in the first instance
£13,698 to £15,198 p.a. (actual salary for Jan start)

The Foundation Learning Department at NESCOT is looking for motivated, organised and inspirational individuals to coach students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities in meaningful work experience on their Supported Internship Programme (SIP).

The role of SEND Job Coach is to act as a facilitator for young people with SEND and their host employers, proactively steering intern progress throughout the internship, in consultation with their Work Experience Lead.

Your main duties will be to support individual interns, or small groups of interns, in the workplace, using your initiative and discretion to develop their employability skills, preparing them for sustainable paid employment. The ability to engage, negotiate and develop strong working relationships with interns, employers, parent/carers and colleagues is integral to this role.

Experience of supporting vulnerable young people with SEN/D is essential.  A ‘can-do’ person, with a strong belief in the programme’s ethos, you will have excellent interpersonal communication skills, understanding of business practice and an energetic, flexible approach. Willingness to work collaboratively in the Supported Internship team, balanced with the confidence and ability to manage your own time effectively when working remotely, will be key to your success.

Closing Date will be Sunday 5 January 2020
Interview date TBC

Circa £20k
Start March 2020

Nestots is the College’s successful onsite Nursery, it provides child care support for babies and children up to five years olds.  We require a qualified Nursery Practitioner (NVQ Level 3 in Early Years or equivalent) with experience of working with children age 3 – 4 years to work full time in this busy nursery.

You will need to have experience with planning and implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), to a high standard, and ensuring the children’s learning and activities are extended.

You will ensure that planning; observations, activities and the children’s profiles are up to date and link with the EYFS and the Statutory Guidelines.

You will need to work in close partnership with parents and liaise with them on a daily basis.

Please note that this is a post under Nescot Enterprises which has different terms and conditions to that of Nescot College

Hours of work are Monday – Friday 8.00 am – 17.00pm or 9.00am – 18.00pm

Closing date is Sunday 5 January 2020
Interviews will be held on Friday 10 January 2020

More information and applications can be found here

Good Luck!


Devenia Besant
Devenia (Dee) Besant is the founder of Epsom and Ewell Families. Runs a busy household as a mummy of 3 and a wife and some would say crazily committed to helping small businesses and the local community.

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