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Hull College Group aims to recruit people who are highly skilled and flexible and is committed to the continuous development of its employees to ensure that they are able to effectively contribute towards the achievement of strategic objectives.

Hull College Group has a friendly, supportive atmosphere based on its core
principles and beliefs:

  • Excel
  • Respect
  • Innovate
  • Celebrate
Job title Location Salary Closing date
Supply Lecturer/Skills Trainer Assessor Hull, Goole & Harrogate £23,345 – £31,344 (£12.79 to £17.17 per hour) 10/02/2018 23:59 Read More
Supply Support Roles Hull, Goole and Harrogate Salary £14,183 – £20,222 (£7.35 to £10.48 per hour) 16/02/2018 23:59 Read More
Lecturer In Plumbing Hull £23,345 – £29,549 Per Annum 19/12/2017 12:00 Read More
Employability Trainer Hull £24,000 – £27,000 per annum 21/12/2017 23:59 Read More
CIPD Lecturer Harrogate £17.17 – £19.33 per hour 22/12/2017 23:59 Read More
Skills Trainer Assessor in Electrical Hull Up to £32,000 per annum 21/12/2017 23:59 Read More

Hull College Group, incorporates Hull College, Harrogate College and Goole College, and HCUK Training and is recognised as one of the highest performing colleges in the UK.

One of the largest providers of its kind in the Country, the Group has a turnover of circa £60 million and over 1200 staff and 25,000 students, are enrolled across the organisation studying a wide-range of further and higher education courses including; BTECs, NVQs, Foundation Degrees, BA (Hons) and Masters Degrees, Apprenticeships and Higher Apprenticeships with more than 90 per cent of those students achieving qualifications with the Group progressing into employment or further study within six months. The Group is also one of a few colleges to enrol 14 year olds full time and currently supports around 200 young people through their key stage four studies.

The Group has an outstanding reputation for excellence in learning, attainment and employability that is reflected in the “First Choice for Learning” vision statement. Employability is also at the core of our culture and curriculum focussed on equipping young people and adults with the skills needed for long-term careers. We’re investing in the future and a strategy aligned to local economic priorities that will support the economy and communities we serve to prosper – like us, we hope that you’ll be excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.