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Overview

Bath College is a large provider of Further and Higher Education based in Bath and North East Somerset.

 

With over 9,000 students from entry-level up to degree-level, the majority of its provision is based at its two main campuses in Bath and Radstock.

 

It offers a varied curriculum, comprising creative arts, business, hospitality and catering, landbased studies, animal care, veterinary nursing, uniformed and public services, motor vehicle, and construction and engineering. Its provision has been recognised by Ofsted as ‘Good’, and the College has been the recipient of AoC Beacon Awards for its provision and is Matrix accredited for its information, advice and guidance.

 

In addition to classroom and workshop-based learning, Bath College works with a multitude of businesses across the region to provide apprenticeships and traineeships. The College also has a specialist SEND facility based at its Somer Valley Campus.

 

The College employs around 500 members of staff and is a Disbility Confident employer, welcoming applications from people from all backgrounds.

 

You can keep up to date with all of our current vacancies on this site, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive updates when we advertise new roles.

About Us

Bath College was established in 1892. It now has over 9,000 enrolled students on courses from entry-level right up to university-level. There is a wide variety of programmes including career-based courses, pre-university courses, and general interest courses.

The College has two campuses: City Centre Campus in the centre of Bath, and the Somer Valley Campus in Radstock, which is a town about 10 miles from Bath. 

Our City Centre Campus is a five-minute walk from the main rail and bus stations, offering excellent regional and national transport links. Meanwhile great shops, cafes, restaurants, entertainment venues and the historic buildings of Bath are right on your doorstep giving all our students an exciting and cultured time while studying for their future. Meanwhile, our Somer Valley Campus is a short walk from the town centre and has on-site parking facilities.

Working for Us

There has never been a better time to join the Bath College team and become a part of our growing success.

Over the last few years, Bath College has been going from strength-to-strength as it grows and adapts to the changing needs of its students, its partner businesses, and the wider education community.

We are proud to have been recognised for our investment in staff development, and for our status as an employer committed to the equality and diversity of our workforce.

As a Bath College employee, you’ll be part of our inspirational education and training community – making a difference to the lives of young people across the region.

In addition to a competitive salary, we offer our staff some incredible benefits which include:

  • A generous holiday entitlement of 40 days for academic staff, 35 for managers and assessors, and 30 for business support staff (in addition to bank holidays and Christmas closure days)
  • Annual progression awards (depending on paypoint and performance)
  • Career development opportunities through our staff development programme
  • Generous pension schemes such as the LGPS and TPS
  • Rewarding You – offering discounts on 100s of retail and leisure activities
  • Free access to Love to Learn courses (T&Cs apply)

And much more… As a valued member of the Bath College team, you’ll have access to extras such as meals at our catering training kitchen as well as haircuts and beauty treatments from our skilled and talented hair and beauty students.

Equality and Diversity

Bath College is committed to maintaining a respectful community where all of our students and staff can learn develop and grow within a dignified and safe place. We are determined to recognise the diversity of our staff and students and celebrate it.

 

Our policies and practice welcome and support the protected characteristics set out in the Equality Act 2010.