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Careers at The Engineering College

As the most wide-ranging provider of engineering apprenticeships and related training in the Liverpool City Region, we thrive when industry does. We have built our team with experienced time-served engineers who recognise and respect the diversity of engineering and advanced manufacturing sectors, instilling an enthusiasm, respect and ambition in our students that is unrivalled elsewhere. A passion for inspiring people lies at the heart of our business and all of our team play a vital role in supporting and training these people into long-term careers.

What makes us different?

First and foremost, the Engineering College is a registered charity. We invest profits back into the business, creating better facilities, conditions and a working environment for staff and students alike. We have a team of 40-strong and a great community culture where collaboration and skills development are the essence of our business. We pride ourselves on creating a flexible environment for all of the team and embrace a hybrid workforce, encouraging both on site and remote working.

How do I apply?

We’ve made it simpler than ever to apply.

If you think you would be a good fit for one of our live vacancies, download the forms in the ‘Apply Now’ tab just below. Once you have completed both of these forms, please email them to Vacancies@theengineeringcollege.co.uk

We are always interested in people who are passionate about engineering and education and believe they would be a good fit for the team. If this sounds like you, but there are no Live Vacancies that match your qualifications and skill set, we would still love to hear from you. You can complete our interests form with details about your employment and interests and our HR team can contact you to discuss upcoming opportunities that may suit you.

The Engineering College is committed to equality and valuing diversity.  Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts.

Live Team Vacancies

Technical Tutor – Engineering Fitting

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent.

Competitive Salary

Location: Monks Ferry, Birkenhead

Start Date: Immediate

Hours: Typical working hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Benefits include:

  • An opportunity to develop vocational skills and CPD to enrich your knowledge and skills and personal career development
  • Starter toolkit and Mentor support to on-board you in College’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment
  • Family friendly and flexible working policies
  • Generous holiday entitlement of 29 days per year, plus all public/bank holidays, plus additional Birthday day off
  • Medicash Health Care Plan
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service) Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Free access to on-site gym facility with leisure zones including pool and table tennis
  • Cycle loan scheme/Cycle storage
  • Free parking
  • A calendar punctuated with social and team building events

Due to continued business growth, we are looking to recruit experienced engineers in the above vocational fields.  Candidates without prior teaching expertise that have good experience and underpinning engineering knowledge will be given relevant training and CPD to help fulfil the role of a Tutor (see below).

We also welcome applications from temporary or freelance Tutors who wish to join College’s staff bank for ad hoc cover during term time.

This is an excellent opportunity to join the successful team at The Engineering College delivering a high-quality learning experience to engineering apprentices, ensuring they reach their maximum educational and developmental potential.

Job Type(s):  Permanent, Full-Time.  Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts at College.

What will you bring to the role?

  • Recent and relevant industry/occupational experience with a minimum of 3 years engineering experience
  • Experience of training and assessment for apprenticeships
  • The drive to ensure our learners achieve success in their learning and development by offering an enriching and rewarding experience during their time at College
  • A commitment to best practice and promoting the welfare and safeguarding of our learners

What’s involved in the role?

The roles are diverse and cover a number of different elements, including:

  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment: delivery of practical and theory sessions to meet the requirements of the business, the planning of lessons and learning plans effectively, making use of resources and curriculum.
  • Verification: maintain all records and workpieces, track progress for each student in your designated group/s and carry out essential marking for assessments.
  • Learner Reviews: work within the team to develop and regularly update learner ‘off-the-job’ learning plans in conjunction with the learner(s). Work within the relevant team to contribute timely information to the individual’s ‘training officer’ to support with performance reviews
  • Learner Support: typically ‘first line’ academic and pastoral support, support the team in identifying any high or additional needs students.
  • Technical & Administration: identifying opportunities for CPD, improving competency, fulfilling ESFA requirements regarding tracking attendance. support with recruitment and promotion of the brand
  • Team Responsibilities: ensuring high quality health and safety provision, support and promotion of Equality and Diversity within this industry and safeguarding
  • Scheduled Working: Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm pattern of delivery with built-in scope for curriculum development, learner support and training within those times.  Occasional twilight sessions 5.00pm-8.00pm.

What do we offer you?

  • An opportunity to develop vocational skills and CPD to enrich your knowledge and skills and personal career development
  • Starter toolkit and Mentor support to on-board you in College’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment
  • Family friendly and flexible working policies
  • Generous holiday entitlement of 29 days per year, plus all public/bank holidays, plus additional Birthday day off
  • Medicash Health Care Plan
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service) Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Free access to on-site gym facility with leisure zones including pool and table tennis
  • Cycle loan scheme/Cycle storage
  • Free parking
  • A calendar punctuated with social and team building events

Without a teaching qualification? 

If you have previously completed at least a level 3 qualification in an engineering vocational role and are passionate about inspiring people into engineering, this is an excellent opportunity to join our team, helping students to reach their maximum educational and developmental potential.  You should be:

  • Technically qualified in the relevant skill area
  • Genuinely looking to switch to a real and worthwhile career in technical training for industry
  • A real interest in working with young and aspiring engineering students
  • Good practical skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of health and safety in an industrial environment
  • Able to motivate and inspire

Apply Now

To proceed with your application, please complete The Engineering College Job Application Form with attached Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form on the application tab to the left or below.

Please consider the following applicant questions and incorporate your responses into the body of your application form.

  • Have you previously achieved a minimum of a Level 3 qualification in the relevant trade area?
  • How do you use IT to effectively deliver teaching and learning?
  • Where relevant, please describe a successful strategy you have used to deliver teaching and learning which has supported your learners’ achievement.

Once we are in receipt of your application, we will contact you to provide further role specific information.

To apply, please complete the below forms and return then to vacancies@theengineeringcollege.co.uk
or by post to HR, The Engineering College, Monks Ferry, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 5LH

Technical Tutor – Engineering Technician

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent.

Competitive Salary

Location: Monks Ferry, Birkenhead

Start Date: Immediate

Hours: Typical working hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Benefits include:

  • An opportunity to develop vocational skills and CPD to enrich your knowledge and skills and personal career development
  • Starter toolkit and Mentor support to on-board you in College’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment
  • Family friendly and flexible working policies
  • Generous holiday entitlement of 29 days per year, plus all public/bank holidays, plus additional Birthday day off
  • Medicash Health Care Plan
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service) Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Free access to on-site gym facility with leisure zones including pool and table tennis
  • Cycle loan scheme/Cycle storage
  • Free parking
  • A calendar punctuated with social and team building events

Due to continued business growth, we are looking to recruit experienced engineers in the above vocational fields.  Candidates without prior teaching expertise that have good experience and underpinning engineering knowledge will be given relevant training and CPD to help fulfil the role of a Tutor (see below).

We also welcome applications from temporary or freelance Tutors who wish to join College’s staff bank for ad hoc cover during term time.

This is an excellent opportunity to join the successful team at The Engineering College delivering a high-quality learning experience to engineering apprentices, ensuring they reach their maximum educational and developmental potential.

Job Type(s):  Permanent, Full-Time.  Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts at College.

What will you bring to the role?

  • Recent and relevant industry/occupational experience with a minimum of 3 years engineering experience
  • Experience of training and assessment for apprenticeships
  • The drive to ensure our learners achieve success in their learning and development by offering an enriching and rewarding experience during their time at College
  • A commitment to best practice and promoting the welfare and safeguarding of our learners

What’s involved in the role?

The roles are diverse and cover a number of different elements, including:

  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment: delivery of practical and theory sessions to meet the requirements of the business, the planning of lessons and learning plans effectively, making use of resources and curriculum.
  • Verification: maintain all records and workpieces, track progress for each student in your designated group/s and carry out essential marking for assessments.
  • Learner Reviews: work within the team to develop and regularly update learner ‘off-the-job’ learning plans in conjunction with the learner(s). Work within the relevant team to contribute timely information to the individual’s ‘training officer’ to support with performance reviews
  • Learner Support: typically ‘first line’ academic and pastoral support, support the team in identifying any high or additional needs students.
  • Technical & Administration: identifying opportunities for CPD, improving competency, fulfilling ESFA requirements regarding tracking attendance. support with recruitment and promotion of the brand
  • Team Responsibilities: ensuring high quality health and safety provision, support and promotion of Equality and Diversity within this industry and safeguarding
  • Scheduled Working: Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm pattern of delivery with built-in scope for curriculum development, learner support and training within those times.  Occasional twilight sessions 5.00pm-8.00pm.

What do we offer you?

  • An opportunity to develop vocational skills and CPD to enrich your knowledge and skills and personal career development
  • Starter toolkit and Mentor support to on-board you in College’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment
  • Family friendly and flexible working policies
  • Generous holiday entitlement of 29 days per year, plus all public/bank holidays, plus additional Birthday day off
  • Medicash Health Care Plan
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service) Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Free access to on-site gym facility with leisure zones including pool and table tennis
  • Cycle loan scheme/Cycle storage
  • Free parking
  • A calendar punctuated with social and team building events

Without a teaching qualification? 

If you have previously completed at least a level 3 qualification in an engineering vocational role and are passionate about inspiring people into engineering, this is an excellent opportunity to join our team, helping students to reach their maximum educational and developmental potential.  You should be:

  • Technically qualified in the relevant skill area
  • Genuinely looking to switch to a real and worthwhile career in technical training for industry
  • A real interest in working with young and aspiring engineering students
  • Good practical skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of health and safety in an industrial environment
  • Able to motivate and inspire

Apply Now

To proceed with your application, please complete The Engineering College Job Application Form with attached Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form on the application tab to the left or below.

Please consider the following applicant questions and incorporate your responses into the body of your application form.

  • Have you previously achieved a minimum of a Level 3 qualification in the relevant trade area?
  • How do you use IT to effectively deliver teaching and learning?
  • Where relevant, please describe a successful strategy you have used to deliver teaching and learning which has supported your learners’ achievement.

Once we are in receipt of your application, we will contact you to provide further role specific information.

To apply, please complete the below forms and return then to vacancies@theengineeringcollege.co.uk
or by post to HR, The Engineering College, Monks Ferry, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 5LH

Technical Tutor – Pipefitting

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent.

Competitive Salary

Location: Monks Ferry, Birkenhead

Start Date: Immediate

Hours: Typical working hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Benefits include:

  • An opportunity to develop vocational skills and CPD to enrich your knowledge and skills and personal career development
  • Starter toolkit and Mentor support to on-board you in College’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment
  • Family friendly and flexible working policies
  • Generous holiday entitlement of 29 days per year, plus all public/bank holidays, plus additional Birthday day off
  • Medicash Health Care Plan
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service) Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Free access to on-site gym facility with leisure zones including pool and table tennis
  • Cycle loan scheme/Cycle storage
  • Free parking
  • A calendar punctuated with social and team building events

Due to continued business growth, we are looking to recruit experienced engineers in the above vocational fields.  Candidates without prior teaching expertise that have good experience and underpinning engineering knowledge will be given relevant training and CPD to help fulfil the role of a Tutor (see below).

We also welcome applications from temporary or freelance Tutors who wish to join College’s staff bank for ad hoc cover during term time.

This is an excellent opportunity to join the successful team at The Engineering College delivering a high-quality learning experience to engineering apprentices, ensuring they reach their maximum educational and developmental potential.

Job Type(s):  Permanent, Full-Time.  Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts at College.

What will you bring to the role?

  • Recent and relevant industry/occupational experience with a minimum of 3 years engineering experience
  • Experience of training and assessment for apprenticeships
  • The drive to ensure our learners achieve success in their learning and development by offering an enriching and rewarding experience during their time at College
  • A commitment to best practice and promoting the welfare and safeguarding of our learners

What’s involved in the role?

The roles are diverse and cover a number of different elements, including:

  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment: delivery of practical and theory sessions to meet the requirements of the business, the planning of lessons and learning plans effectively, making use of resources and curriculum.
  • Verification: maintain all records and workpieces, track progress for each student in your designated group/s and carry out essential marking for assessments.
  • Learner Reviews: work within the team to develop and regularly update learner ‘off-the-job’ learning plans in conjunction with the learner(s). Work within the relevant team to contribute timely information to the individual’s ‘training officer’ to support with performance reviews
  • Learner Support: typically ‘first line’ academic and pastoral support, support the team in identifying any high or additional needs students.
  • Technical & Administration: identifying opportunities for CPD, improving competency, fulfilling ESFA requirements regarding tracking attendance. support with recruitment and promotion of the brand
  • Team Responsibilities: ensuring high quality health and safety provision, support and promotion of Equality and Diversity within this industry and safeguarding
  • Scheduled Working: Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm pattern of delivery with built-in scope for curriculum development, learner support and training within those times.  Occasional twilight sessions 5.00pm-8.00pm.

What do we offer you?

  • An opportunity to develop vocational skills and CPD to enrich your knowledge and skills and personal career development
  • Starter toolkit and Mentor support to on-board you in College’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment
  • Family friendly and flexible working policies
  • Generous holiday entitlement of 29 days per year, plus all public/bank holidays, plus additional Birthday day off
  • Medicash Health Care Plan
  • Life Assurance (Death in Service) Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Free access to on-site gym facility with leisure zones including pool and table tennis
  • Cycle loan scheme/Cycle storage
  • Free parking
  • A calendar punctuated with social and team building events

Without a teaching qualification? 

If you have previously completed at least a level 3 qualification in an engineering vocational role and are passionate about inspiring people into engineering, this is an excellent opportunity to join our team, helping students to reach their maximum educational and developmental potential.  You should be:

  • Technically qualified in the relevant skill area
  • Genuinely looking to switch to a real and worthwhile career in technical training for industry
  • A real interest in working with young and aspiring engineering students
  • Good practical skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of health and safety in an industrial environment
  • Able to motivate and inspire

Apply Now

To proceed with your application, please complete The Engineering College Job Application Form with attached Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form on the application tab to the left or below.

Please consider the following applicant questions and incorporate your responses into the body of your application form.

  • Have you previously achieved a minimum of a Level 3 qualification in the relevant trade area?
  • How do you use IT to effectively deliver teaching and learning?
  • Where relevant, please describe a successful strategy you have used to deliver teaching and learning which has supported your learners’ achievement.

Once we are in receipt of your application, we will contact you to provide further role specific information.

To apply, please complete the below forms and return then to vacancies@theengineeringcollege.co.uk
or by post to HR, The Engineering College, Monks Ferry, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 5LH

The Engineering College Promotes Equality of Opportunity

The Engineering College is committed to providing a welcome community for all staff, students and visitors and is continuously making improvements to the campus to align with our commitment. As such if you would like any further information or more accessible-friendly formats, please email info@theengineeringcollege.co.uk. The Engineering College is also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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The Engineering College work towards the Matrix Standard, providing high quality information, advice and guidance to all students; live and former that is confidential, impartial and conversed in a supportive way.
The Engineering College are proud to hold Investors in People Gold Status, awarded for the second consecutive time in 2020, and has held this accolade since 2017, creating a welcome environment for the whole team to inspire and thrive.
The Engineering College is a Group Training Association and part of the 40 strong GTA England network. Established to represent employers across the region and deliver quality training and assessment to the engineering and advanced manufacturing sectors.