Bury College
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Bury College Careers and Employment

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    501 to 1,000
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Full-time
Lecturer in Carpentry & Joinery

Bury

£25,873 - £27,442 a year

17 hours ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Learning & Skills Coach (Assessor) - Science

Bury

£26,665 - £28,465 a year

5 days ago

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Permanent
SEND Advisory Tutor

Bury

£28,261 - £32,756 a year

5 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Trainee Lecturer in Health & Social Care (Science) (Part-time)

Bury

£25,119 a year

5 days ago

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Permanent
Exams Access Tutor

Bury

£28,261 - £32,756 a year

6 days ago

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Temporary
Casual Technician - Catering

Bury

£9.50 - £10.49 an hour

6 days ago

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Education & Instruction

Lecturer
£28,292 per year
Proctor
£9.58 per hour
Tutor
£26,776 per year
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Rating overview

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Teacher Assistant (Volunteer) in Woodbury bury
on 12 March 2020
Most enjoyable part of the job
I love working with children and love to educate them. I learned how to deal with different individual and just had fun with them. I learned how to be flexible in every field.
Lecturer in Bury, Greater Manchester
on 24 June 2020
Awful place to work.
This is one of the awful places I have ever worked. I would not consider anyone with decency to be employed by this organisation. The staff and support staff are bullies and there is no respect for members of staff. Disgusting treatment of professional staff at this establishment. The management are the biggest bullies around, they have no dignity for staff and have no vision of diversity and culture. If you want to be bullied and treated in a undignified manner by all means apply for a post here. The organisation lacks respect for staff and have no morale. The behaviour towards lecturing staff is antagonistic and disgraceful. Awful support management make serious errors in their judgement and have no validity in their decision making. Staff welfare and well being is at high risk within this organisation. It is the most horrible place to work and place which has many bullies. Professional qualified staff are not valued and there is no support around for anyone working at Bury College. Management have no manners how to respect staff and value them. You will be treated like rubbish if you are employed by this organisation. If you want a peaceful life, security and avoid bullying and criticism I would never recommend Bury College for a place of employment. They made my life miserable and I am glad I am no longer an employee of this body.
Cafe Assistant in bury college
on 23 June 2020
poductive, educative
Great the colleagues are supportive and kind to work with. They assist to learn the job and be So far my experience has been challenging, learning again after years away from education, yet it has been so fulfilling, the photography department is a wonderful hub of activity, students from all The three years cross paths within the week, and are respectful and helpful to each other. We have a fantastic team of tutors who without doubt go above and beyond for all the students. For anybody considering Blackburn college to study the photography course, then I would definitely recommend it. I feel very much a part of my department and I am looking forward to my third year next year.
Education Support Worker in Bury, Greater Manchester
on 9 March 2020
Changed significantly over the last few years
Low Morale unfortunately as a result of poor management. Constant threat of redundancy and high stress levels due to staff shortages. Some good staff that work there though that really care about the student, sadly money is more important to the leadership team.
Invigilator in Woodbury centre, Bury
on 10 February 2020
Awful support
I have just resigned from Bury College, after over 19 years of working there. I have received no help whatsoever from HR, who haven't even acknowledged my resignation, let alone enquire as to the reasons why. Generally, the staff try their best at the college, but this is not recognised or rewarded by the management. There used to be a large amount of good will at the college, but that has all gone, along with resources and morale. Problems within the college are not addressed thoroughly and whilst the welfare of students is (quite rightly) a priority, the welfare and support of the staff is sadly lacking.
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