1st December 2023
£21,414.00 per annum
JOB TITLE: Sports Analyst SCALE/SCALE-POINT: Support Staff Scale 3 RESPONSIBLE TO : Rugby Head Coach and Programme Manager OUR MISSION Come questioning, go seeking, grow. RESPONIS ...
24th November 2023
From £24,821.00 to £41,516.00 per annum
POST TITLE: Teacher of Engineering SCALE/SCALE-POINT: Teaching Scale Point 1 – 9 REPORTS TO: Curriculum Leader OUR MISSION: “Come questioning, go seeking, grow” THE POST: Th ...
9th November 2023
£22,353 per annum actual salary approx £19,100
Post title: Student Welfare and Attendance Officer Grade: Scale Point 4 Reporting to: Safeguarding and Student Welfare Manager Our Mission ‘Come questioning, go seeking, grow’ The ...
19th October 2023
From £24,821.00 to £41,516.00 per annum, Pro rata
Part Time, Term Time
Post title: Teacher of Film and Media Studies (Maternity Cover) Grade : Teaching Scale Point 1 – 9 Reporting to: Curriculum Leader Our Mission ‘Come questioning, go seeking, grow’ ...
29th September 2023
£11.50 per hour
Are you looking for a role which offers the flexibility to work the weeks and hours you want? If so would you like to join The Henley College as an invigilator, as an invigilator ...
25th September 2023
Salary: £21,414.00 Pro rated part time TTO
Part Time, Term Time
Post title: Science Technician Grade : Support Staff Scale 3 Reporting to : Curriculum Leader Our Mission ‘Come questioning, go seeking, grow’ The Post The Henley College are seek ...
Inspiring students for over 400 years, The Henley College continues to be a vibrant and diverse place to study, empowering ambitious young people to fulfil their academic potential and grow in confidence ready for their future higher educational or professional journeys.
Equality and diversity are embedded into the very fabric of the College and we are proud to have held Leaders in Diversity accreditation since 2014. Our highly supportive and inclusive learning environment respects and celebrates every member of the College community.
Since its creation in 1987, the College has continued to serve as the sixth form of choice for our four local partner schools. However, thanks to our leading reputation and the quality of our courses, we are now home to nearly 2,000 full-time students from over 100 schools across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
STAFF ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Each member of staff has a responsibility for their own self-development and for maintaining their continuous professional development.
The Principal in consultation with the Head of Human Resources has overall responsibility for the college staff training and development policy and for ensuring that college priorities and targets are met in line with college strategic and operational plans
The Head of Human Resources is responsible for the management of the college staff training and development function ensuring coherence. Heads of Faculty and Department Managers are responsible for: