13 results found

Current Opportunities

Examination Invigilators – for 2020/21 Academic Year

  • Duration: Casual
  • Hours: Casual
  • Location: Sunderland, Hartlepool and Northumberland Campuses
  • Wage: £9 per hour

Science Laboratory Technician

  • Hours: 15 Hours per Week

Instructor Counselling/Health and Social Care

  • Hours: 0.5 FTE Per Week

Front of House Assistant

  • Hours: Full Time, 37 hours per week.

Raising Aspirations Advisor

  • Hours: Full Time, 37 hours per week. Term Time Only

Lecturer 1 Foundation Learning

  • Hours: Zero

Land-Based Instructor

  • Hours: 37 Hours

Casual Mini Bus Driver

  • Hours: Casual 0 hours contract

HR Officer (Northumberland)

  • Hours: 37

Assessor (Catering and Hospitality)

  • Hours: 0.5 FTE

Why work for us?

Excellent holiday entitlement and family-friendly working policies to encourage a good work-life balance.

Staff discount at all commercial businesses at the college including a state-of-the-art gym, City Bistro restaurant, hair and beauty salons and travel agency.

As part of a larger college group there is an increased opportunity for staff careers and progression.

Aspire leadership programme open to staff at all levels of the organisation encourages, nurtures and mentors the college's leaders of the future.

The college embraces diversity and has a staff network group for LGBTQ+.

Annual staff awards recognise the excellence, dedication and innovation of individual staff and teams.

A Wellbeing Action Group delivers campaigns and initiatives to staff including Pilates and Clubbercise classes, resilience training and Mental Health Motivation Pedometer Challenges.

A culture of strong values that are embedded in every part of the organisation.

Our Professional Values


We are who we say we are, we do what we say we do.


We value the opinion of others and the contribution they make.


We work hard to create a
dynamic, forward looking culture.


We are determined to achieve our vision and goals.


Education Partnership North East fully recognises its statutory and moral duty to ensure that the college(s) functions with a view to safeguarding and promoting the health and welfare of students receiving education and training at the College.

We endeavour to create and maintain a safe learning environment for all students.  The College has a designated safeguarding lead and other designated staff to ensure appropriate protocols are in place, so that any identified concerns can be addressed and supported in partnership with other agencies as appropriate.

All staff working with students will receive training adequate to familiarise themselves with safeguarding issues and their responsibilities relating to the College’s policies and procedures, with regular refresher training every 3 years.

Our colleges & the local area: