About us

USP College was created following the exciting merge of Seevic College and Palmer's College in August 2018. The college's were re-branded as USP College (Unified Seevic Palmer's).
As a college, our strategy is Career Focused Learning, ensuring that the learner experience and our relationship within our community, local and regional employers, are at the heart of everything we do. Our goal is to transform the lives of our learners and support them on their educational journey either to higher education or into the work place.
Our mission is to provide an excellent educational experience, delivering creative, innovative and interesting learning for our young learners and adults.
The range of roles we offer are broad-ranging including teachers, technicians, learning support staff, business support and specialists. The one defining feature for all is the learner based experience. Everything we do is designed to support the teaching and learning experience.
We pride ourselves on maintaining a high-quality workforce of committed, dedicated professionals to help our students reach their full potential; therefore, we are looking for passionate, creative and innovative staff to help us achieve our pledge to the community.
We value our staff and are committed to investing in them and their futures – offering competitive salaries, benefits and training packages.
If you feel you have the right attributes, commitment and want to join our team, we're interested in hearing from you.

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Sorry, we are currently not recruiting for any vacancies

We would love you to join our Talent Pool so we can contact you when the right vacancy arises.

Benefits of working at USP

All staff play a key role in the student's journey. We recognise that all staff play a vital role in our students' journey and development. As highly valued and respected members of the College team, we offer competitive salaries and generous benefits.


Based on your role we have two pensions available:

Teachers Pension Scheme

Local Government Pension Scheme

Annual Leave

All staff are entitled to a generous annual leave entitlement in addition to college closure days and bank holidays.


All College sites are easily accessible and all main buildings benefit from lift access.

Finding us

Both campuses benefit from FREE parking and are easy to access by public transport. To find out Seevic Campus use postcode, SS7 1TW and for our Palmer's Campus, RM17 5TD.

Family-Friendly Policies

The College is keen to promote and support a work-life balance and shows its commitment through enhanced maternity, paternity & adoption leave and flexible working where possible.

Staff Development

We are passionate about not just seeing our students develop but also our staff, this is why we have non-student days dedicated to training as well as weekly hours to support long and short courses.

Are you interested in becoming a qualified teacher? We offer a 2 year teacher training course, providing the opportunity to gain a recognised post-16 teaching qualification (qualification criteria applies).

On-site facilities

We have restaurants and coffee bars at both campuses serving hot and cold food and beverages throughout the day. We also benefit from on-campus Gyms which you are able to use at a reduced rate.


All staff will have access to the necessary equipment including laptops and printers.

Equality & Diversity

We have a regular equality & diversity forum, as well as multi-faith and contemplation rooms.

Occupational Health/Counselling

We provide an Occupational Health service and counselling referrals.

Bike to Work Scheme

Benefit from the Bike to Work Scheme.

Employee Assistance Programme

We are here to support with issues that could affect your life inside or outside of work. Confidential support for you and your family can be provided to help you get back on track. 

Talent Pool

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We're always interested in hearing from talented education professionals...

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