Gloucestershire College
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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Gloucestershire College Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1980
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    less than £1M (GBP)
  • Industry
    Education
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 621 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Education & Instruction

Lecturer
£23,521 per year
Trainer
£27,624 per year
Teaching Assistant
£13,192 per year

Community & Social Service

Mentor
£18,775 per year
Career Coach
£19,201 per year
Student Advisor
£16,281 per year

Administrative Assistance

Administrator
£17,977 per year
Office Administrator
£13,600 per year
Contracting Officer
£14,820 per year

Human Resources

Safety Coordinator
£18,078 per year
Recruiter
£19,898 per year
Recruiting Coordinator
£24,262 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 44 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

JTL Apprenticeship in Gloucester, Gloucestershire
on 27 February 2020
College
Good place to train to be an electrician lots of good lectures to teach you. Good canteen. Really good place to lean would recommend to anyone. If your looking for an apprenticeship
Student Mentor, Employment Tutor. in Gloucester, Gloucestershire
on 14 May 2020
Great place to work, wonderful people.
Possibly the nicest bunch of people to work with, great environment. Love it. Supportive staff and management. Lovely surroundings. Job can be stressful but always good humoured.
Employment Coach in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Forest of Dean
on 19 February 2020
Productive, kind and inclusive environment
Great colleagues and a very supportive work environment with everyone working for the common aim of supporting and helping students during their college experience. Only left as I was moving out of the area.
Lecturer in GCSE Biology & GCSE + FS Maths in Gloucester, Gloucestershire
on 4 January 2020
Good college but needs to include more academic subjects
This is a good college which has the potential to be excellent but it needs to look at its provision and move towards being more academic rather than vocational to attract more able learners and enhance its reputation.
Schools Liaison Coordinator in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
on 2 January 2020
Lots of really lovely people to work along side. My role is really varied and brings me in to contact with lots of wonderful dedicated colleagues.
My role is very varied and can be anything from dealing with strategic planning to ensure we are achieving our reach into our feeder schools in the county. We involve ourselves in developing schools engagemen activities, such as developing tasters and open evening events for schools to packing up my car to go to a careers event in the evening in the many schools throughout Gloucestershire. Some jobs are admin based such as recording all the events I am involved in and reporting on the applications we have achieved but it's always interesting to see how we well we are achieving against targets and the reach we have. The management culture at GC is fantastic! we don't have a hierarchy, I can pop my head into my VP's office anytime and ask for him to support an event I am doing in schools - he is always very supportive of the work I do and often includes me in the many initiatives we run including all the new Apprenticeship opportunities we have coming up in Cyber Security. My line manager is also really supportive of the issues I face and always happy to make time to talk through any concerns I have and offer any advice to help me achieve the very best outcomes. Equally, I would be very comfortable talking to any member of the senior management team, including our principal who is always very open to new ideas. We have a principal update and forum whereby we can offer our ideas and ask questions. We are always kept up to date on the organisational aims and our role within them. The mosts enjoyable part of my job is the working with my customers and their pupils. People who work in schools fall in to the group of people who really care about the futures of their pupils and it is a real privilege to be part of the process of helping them to ensure their pupils choose the very best option for them moving forward from GCSE's or A-levels. The hardest part of my job is the board remit and not enough resources - with a wider team we could cover all the bases but FE although wonderful to work in does lack the resources needed to be able to cover all the bases.
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