Working at Hull College
Hull College aims to recruit people who are highly skilled and flexible and is committed to the continuous development of its employees to ensure that they are able to effectively contribute towards the achievement of strategic objectives.
Hull College has a friendly, supportive atmosphere based on its core principles and beliefs:
Maths Graduate Scheme
The Government has put together some attractive bursary packages to attract able and committed graduates. The highest value bursaries are in maths, with a trainee maths teacher with a first class honours degree in maths qualifying for a bursary of £20,000. There is also a Golden Hello scheme, launched, worth £7,500 (£10,000 for those who go on to train in special educational needs) aimed at retaining existing teachers of maths in the second year of teaching. For more information please visit www.feadvice.org.uk/next-steps/funding-information-and-incentives.
Student Union Development Worker
Description: To co-ordinate and support the SU president and officers and fulfil the aims of the constitution. The post holder will provide stability for the Student Union during elections and periods of change to the SU post holders.
Part time - 18.5 hours a week, Established and Scale 4.
End Date: 15-04-2015 11:00am
Salary: ££18,518 - 20,222 pro rata
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