West Nottinghamshire College is looking for aspiring, enthusiastic and passionate individuals to work for the organisation.

The college has vacancies in various job roles including teachers, trainee teachers, assessors, trainers, learning support assistants, administrators and cleaners.

It is holding a recruitment open evening on Wednesday 20 April from 5-7pm at its Derby Road campus, Mansfield, for people to find out more about the roles, speak to staff and see its facilities.

People can register their interest and attendance by emailing [email protected].

Head of human resources Sian Geeson said: “We’re looking for talented and passionate teachers, assessors, learning support assistants and other individuals to join our team.

“As one of the largest employers in the Mansfield and Ashfield area, we consider our employees to be our greatest asset and we aim to attract and retain the most outstanding staff for our students.

“The college has significantly invested in its buildings and equipment to provide an environment that mirrors modern industry, giving students real-life experience and the opportunity to learn in state-of-the-art facilities. We are equally committed to investing in our people.

“We seek to recruit enthusiastic individuals who demonstrate the qualities of our college values: respect, integrity, collaboration, high expectations and responsibility.

“Come along to our event to find out more about our current vacancies and what it’s like to work for the college, and see our amazing facilities.”

The college offers all its staff access to a range of benefits including a contributory pension scheme, enhanced maternity and paternity provision, staff development days, UK healthcare benefits, a discount scheme offering deals from leading retailers in store and online, attractive annual leave allowance, and discounted use of its on-site hair and beauty salon, fine-dining restaurant and theatre.

It also provides occupational health services, confidential counselling, and on-site car parking, all free of charge.

Visit wnc.ac.uk for further details about working for the college.

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