A beacon of educational excellence – Southend Adult Community College transforms lives through learning.

Thank you for considering working with us, from teaching to support roles, we offer a variety of employment opportunities with fantastic progression routes in our campuses based in and around the borough of Southend on Sea. You can search job vacancies below, we also post our jobs on Southend Learning Network and other recruitment sites.

Find out more about applying for a job with us, or if you require assistance with your application please contact our HR team at HR@southend-adult.ac.uk. We look forward to receiving your application.

Take a look at our Why work at SACC page to find out more about Staff benefits and our values.

Please see below a list of our current vacancies:

Job Title: SEND Tutor

Hours: Full time: 37 x 52 and part-time opportunities

Salary: AE 1-6; £27,103 – £34,375 per annum pro rata (depending on qualifications)

Job Description:

The College is looking to recruit a full-time tutor to join the team at the Westcliff Centre, to teach on the SEND programmes.

The Westcliff Centre is a provision for adults aged 19 to 22 with severe, profound and multiple disabilities and difficulties.

As part of Southend Adult Community College, we have our own purpose built centre with facilities to support all learners to accessible education, the centre offers a curriculum based on individual targets with accreditation with ASDAN Person Progress.

Each learner engages in a variety of activities to enhance and develop their academic, personal and social skills to enable them to live as independently as possible in their lives.

Provision

Each year the activities for the curriculum change in response to learner targets and needs. These include art based activites such as pottery and painting to develop fine motor skills and co-ordination; personal safety; music to develop communication and self-expression; reading and writing with emphasis on comprehension and key words; cooking and home based skills, such as making beds and using a washing machine.

All sessions are tailored to individually support the needs of the learner to enable all learners to benefit from a varied timetable.

Successful applicants will have experience developing the skills of our learners. We are looking for someone who can add value to our team, with strong interpersonal skills and technical ability to teach on the SEND provision.

We offer excellent support, training and mentoring to all new members of staff.

We are an equal opportunity employer. All candidates are welcomed at the College without regard to ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and that students and staff can study and work in an environment free from harassment and bullying.

Southend Adult Community College aims to achieve curriculum excellence by promoting consistently high standards of teaching, learning and assessment across all provision. We expect all staff to take Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence (PRIDE).

Southend Adult Community College is committed to ensuring that all learners, apprentices and staff understand how to keep themselves and others safe in college, in the community and in the workplace. We ensure our College community promotes a safe place to work and learn and we will put appropriate measures in place to safeguard learners and apprentices in the context of our geographical areas. This includes our duty under PREVENT to protect learners from radicalisation.

This role is involved in regulated activity with Children and/or vulnerable adults. This role will require an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Pre-employment checks and training will include safeguarding training and a sound understanding of Keeping Children Safe in Education.

Closing Date: Friday 24th June 2022

To apply for this vacancy send your CV and application form demonstrating how your skills and experience meet our values for this role. Please submit your application to HR@southend-adult.ac.uk

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For an application form please click here

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Job Title: Learner Services Assistants x 3

Hours: 1 x Full time: 37 hours x 52 weeks per year (Southchurch site)
Working pattern: Monday to Friday on a rota basis between the hours of 8.00 am– 5.00 pm

1 x Part-time: 22.5 hours x 39 weeks per year (Southchurch site)
Working pattern: Evenings Monday – Wednesday 2.00 pm – 8.30 pm (maternity cover temp contract until May 2023)

1 x Part-time: 28 hours x 38 weeks per year – Belfairs site
Working pattern: Monday to Thursday 8.30 am– 3.30 pm (evening cover may be required)

Salary: NJC pay scales level 5 £20,852 per annum, pro-rata for part-time staff.

Job Description:

The Learner Services Assistants will provide an efficient, effective, accurate, and responsive administrative support service to internal and external users responding to, and supporting, their individual needs. Providing high levels of appropriate customer service to learners, staff, and external partners.
The role of the Learner Services Assistant is to assist with all aspects of work within the Learner Services team including but not limited to enrolment, payments, reception, learner enquires, information and advice, and general administration.

About Us
Southend Adult Community College is a vibrant and successful College, with 3 sites. Our main site is based in the Southchurch area, close to Southend East train station on the C2C line. The College has 2500 Learners annually supported by 150 established staff. The college has an annual turnover of £2.7m. and is looking to grow its income.

The provision includes community learning, SEN and high needs provision, adult skills, vocational pathways, and study programmes for young people.

What are our values?
Inclusive – we are respectful and put people at the heart of all we do
Collaborative – we work together to achieve the right outcomes for everyone
Honest – we are honest, fair, and accountable for our decisions and actions
Proud – we are proud of all we do
Agile – we are flexible and responsive to the needs of people, community partners, and employers

Join our Team!

Reporting to the Learner Services Manager you will be an experienced administrator, with excellent customer services skills. Strong communication skills and the ability to work successfully as a member of a team.

If you are passionate about success and can do the above, then we want to hear from you!

We are an equal opportunity employer. All candidates are welcomed at the College without regard to ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Southend Adult Community College aims to achieve curriculum excellence by promoting consistently high standards of teaching, learning and assessment across all provision. We expect all academic staff to take responsibility for ensuring that we are successful in creating a high performing and caring culture where learners are at the heart of all we do.

Southend Adult Community College is committed to ensuring that all learners, and staff understand how to keep themselves and others safe in college, in the community and in the workplace. We ensure our College community promotes a safe place to work and learn and we will put appropriate measures in place to safeguard learners in the context of our geographical areas. This includes our duty under PREVENT to protect learners from radicalisation.

This role is involved in regulated activity with Children and/or vulnerable adults. This role will require an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Pre-employment checks and training will include safeguarding training and a sound understanding of Keeping Children Safe in Education.

Closing Date: Friday 24th June 2022

Interviews will take place week commencing 4th July 2022

To apply for this vacancy send your CV and application form demonstrating how your skills and experience meet our values for this role. Please submit your application to HR@southend-adult.ac.uk

For a full job description please click here

For an application form please click here

Please read our privacy notice click here


Job Title: Centre Administrator (Westcliff Centre)

Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 4.00 pm term time

Salary: NJC pay scales level 5 £20,852 per annum, pro-rata for part-time staff.

Job Description:

The College is looking to recruit a part-time Centre Administrator to join the team at the Westcliff Centre, to provide first point of contact administrative support.

The Westcliff Centre is a provision for adults aged 19 to 22 with severe, profound and multiple disabilities and difficulties. As part of Southend Adult Community College, we have our own purpose built centre with facilities to support all learners to accessible education, the centre offers a curriculum based on individual targets with accreditation with ASDAN Person Progress. Each learner engages in a variety of activities to enhance and develop their academic, personal and social skills to enable them to live as independently as possible in their lives.

Provision

Each year the activities for the curriculum change in response to learner targets and needs. These include art based activities such as pottery and painting to develop fine motor skills and co-ordination; personal safety; music to develop communication and self-expression; reading and writing with emphasis on comprehension and key words; cooking and home based skills, such as making beds and using a washing machine.

All sessions are tailored to individually support the needs of the learner to enable all learners to benefit from a varied timetable.

Join our Team!

Reporting to the Learner Services Manager you will be an experienced administrator, with excellent customer services skills. Strong communication skills and the ability to work successfully as a member of a team.

If you are passionate about success and can do the above, then we want to hear from you!

We are an equal opportunity employer. All candidates are welcomed at the College without regard to ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Southend Adult Community College aims to achieve curriculum excellence by promoting consistently high standards of teaching, learning and assessment across all provision. We expect all academic staff to take responsibility for ensuring that we are successful in creating a high performing and caring culture where learners are at the heart of all we do.

Southend Adult Community College is committed to ensuring that all learners, and staff understand how to keep themselves and others safe in college, in the community and in the workplace. We ensure our College community promotes a safe place to work and learn and we will put appropriate measures in place to safeguard learners in the context of our geographical areas. This includes our duty under PREVENT to protect learners from radicalisation.

This role is involved in regulated activity with Children and/or vulnerable adults. This role will require an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Pre-employment checks and training will include safeguarding training and a sound understanding of Keeping Children Safe in Education.

Closing Date: Friday 24th June 2022

Interviews will take place week commencing 4th July 2022

To apply for this vacancy send your CV and application form demonstrating how your skills and experience meet our values for this role. Please submit your application to HR@southend-adult.ac.uk

For a full job description please click here

For an application form please click here

Please read our privacy notice click here

Currently, we have no vacancies – please check back regularly for updates