WORKING AT CAMBRIDGE REGIONAL COLLEGEWe are a large and inspirational centre of learning based in Cambridge on a purpose-built site on the Science Park, with outstanding teaching and leisure facilities and a reputation for excellence in a number of fields.The College has just completed a £23 million development programme, which has produced campus facilities unrivalled by Further Education Colleges elsewhere in the UK. Current plans for further expansion will continue to develop CRC’s reputation as a leading provider of training and skills in the region.In the past year the College have been graded as Good with some outstanding features by Ofsted, achieved Beacon Status for our supportive education provision, been successfully accredited IIP and praised for our contribution to the local economy.The Park, the College’s latest development, includes modern and luxurious hair and beauty salons, both of which offer special rates to staff. There is also a large, fully equipped sports centre with state of the art exercise and fitness facilities, a new bistro and restaurant, and even a travel agency on site. Elsewhere on campus there are restaurants, a café and a shop.The College benefits from fast access from the A14, a free bus service to surrounding villages, free car parking, modern and spacious vocational workshops, theatre and dance studios. The SmartLIFE centre – the Centre of Sustainable Development – attracts international acclaim for its innovative teaching methods focused on “green” construction. CRC is a College to be proud of and proud in. We are continuing to grow and the College’s focus on vocational training perfectly complements the wider spectrum of local further and higher education providers. With around 800 staff, 3,500 full-time and 6,000 part-time students, the campus atmosphere is busy and vibrant.You will find a modern teaching environment with lots of energy and interaction. The College encourages you to challenge yourself and provides a wide range of opportunities for staff training and development. We strive to achieve very high standards of teaching and currently hold several prestigious Centre of Vocational Excellence awards (CoVE).CRC has been accredited with the Investors in People award since 1998 and our culture focuses on providing an excellent place to work. We try to accommodate flexible working hours wherever possible and operate an employee recognition scheme to reward excellent work and personal contributions to College life. We believe in equality of opportunity and have a very diverse population of both staff and students. You will notice the College has a tolerant and inclusive culture, which is evident throughout the campus.SUPPORT AND BENEFITSWe Reward Our Success and AchievementWe are very pleased to offer a competitive range of benefits available for all staff.Professional Development We pride ourselves on the wide range of professional training and development opportunities we provide for our staff. All employees are encouraged to undertake 30 hours Continuous Professional Development. Many work-related courses can be taken free as part of your staff development and most other courses are discounted by 50%. Below are some of the ways we support our staff and encourage their development:• Personal development planning• Discounts on all CRC courses• Extensive teaching qualification programmes• Free access to the Careers Service• Free access to the Learning Shop to improve your computer skills• Mentoring schemes • Industry secondments• Designated training days• Professional updating opportunities at external events and conferencesHolidaysTeaching Staff - 42 days, Management – 35 days and Support Staff - 25 days. These are all in addition to 8 days bank holidays plus Christmas closure.Financial BenefitsPension schemes, childcare vouchers, CRC Advantage discount scheme, staff purchase scheme, golden hellos and key Worker housing (for applicable roles).Health and WelfareAnnual flu vaccinations, discounted medical health screenings, free use of College Gym/Fitness facilities, occupational health support, eye care scheme, college counsellors.Getting to WorkFree on-site parking, free transport between main campuses and surrounding villages, Car Share Scheme with the local Council and Guided Bus Service (when completed). Other Benefits – Discounted CRC courses, learning resources centre, careers advice, sports & social club, discounted hair & beauty treatment, discounted staff lunches, staff GEM recognition scheme.For a full detailed list of our benefits please visit our website www.camre.ac.uk EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY STATEMENT At Cambridge Regional College we treat everyone with respect. We believe that all have a right to be valued and to have equality of opportunity regardless of gender, disability, support needs, ethnicity, religion & belief, age, sexual orientation or social class.We expect all staff and students to play an active role in promoting equality and challenging discriminatory behaviour.We expect any student who feels unfairly treated, who is upset by thoughtless comments or jokes, are victims of abuse or who experience any form of discrimination or harassment will tell us.We take any form of discrimination or harassment very seriously.You can talk to:- Any of our staff that you feel able to confide in- Your Cambridge Regional College contact- A member of our advice and guidance teamWe value diversity and celebrate difference.
Cambridge Regional College
Kings Hedges Road
Phase: Colleges (FE/HE)
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