Current Vacancies

GCSE Administrative Assistant

Hours per week: 37
Weeks per year: 42
Salary: Pro rata of £16,134 - £17,646 per annum
Location: Chichester Campus
Closing date: 09/10/2014
You will provide a comprehensive administrative support to the GCSE, Functional Skills, and Core Curriculum teams, including the Head of Learning and teaching staff. You will liaise with students on a regular basis and will require excellent interpersonal skills.

You will be organised and flexible and will be required to work across our two sites. Previous administrative experience is essential, as is a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and databases. GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) including English and Maths are also essential.
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Senior Receptionist

Hours per week: 37
Weeks per year: 52
Salary: £18,176 - £19,869 per annum
Location: Chichester Campus
Closing date: 25/09/2014
An opportunity has become available for an efficient, reliable and customer focused Senior Receptionist.

Educated to GCSE standard, you will need to demonstrate effective communication skills and a flexible and ‘can do’ attitude. You will provide a high level front of house service in a well-managed environment, dealing with all enquiries and a wide range of visitors to the College. You will have experience of supervising a team.
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Receptionist (Bank)

Hours per week: Variable
Weeks per year:
Salary: £9.20 per hour
Location: Chichester Campus
Closing date: 25/09/2014
An opportunity has become available for an efficient, reliable and customer focused Receptionist on a bank contract.

Educated to GCSE standard, you will need to demonstrate effective communication skills and a flexible and ‘can do’ attitude. You will provide a high level front of house service in a well-managed environment, dealing with all enquiries and a wide range of visitors to the College.
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Staff ILT/eLearning Instructor

Hours per week: 37
Weeks per year: 52
Salary: £20,466 - £22,367 per annum
Location: Chichester Campus
Closing date: 23/09/2014
Chichester College is currently seeking to recruit an ILT/eLearning Staff Instructor to work at its Chichester campus in West Sussex.

This is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of the latest development of new and emerging learning technologies. You will develop instructional design skills using e-learning tools such as Articulate and Camtasia and apply them to the creation of innovative and effective online learning content.

In addition to developing online learning applications the role extends to developing and training staff on a range of fixed and mobile learning technologies; including electronic white boards, digital recorders and tablets.

As the system administrator for Moodle you will be the first point of contact for answering queries and resolving issues concerning the college VLE, ‘Chichester Online’.

You should have a level 3 qualification, or equivalent experience, in an IT related discipline.

It is essential that you are proficient in using Microsoft Office.

You will have the ability to think quickly and to resolve issues arising on a daily basis and will be expected to prioritise your work. Meeting these demands will require you to be flexible in approach and have proven customer service skills.

Working within the Professional Development Centre you will have the confidence to represent the department at internal and external training events.

A teaching qualification is desirable.
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Technician (Computing)

Hours per week: 15
Weeks per year: 42
Salary: Pro rata of £16,134 - £17,646 per annum
Location: Chichester Campus
Closing date: 25/09/2014
An opportunity has arisen at Chichester College for a part time Technician in Computing.

This position provides an exciting opportunity to join the Computing Team in a key role that is pivotal to the smooth running of the department.

The role focuses on providing technical support to staff and students and to be responsible for the daily operation of the learning environment equipment and teaching resources, and the supervision of designated learning areas.

A level 3 or higher qualification in an IT related subject is essential for this role.
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