As well as an exciting and rewarding career, employees have access to a wide range of benefits - including access to over 200 perks via Perkbox, reduced membership fees at our on site state of the art sports centre - Deans Sport and Leisure, as well as a number of policies that are in place which aim to promote our employees health, wellbeing and work-life balance.
Health and Wellbeing
Annual and Special Leave
Reward and Recognition
Perkbox was introduced to our employees in july 2017 - to date (27 January 2018) 7646 perks have already been redeemed!
As of 23 August 2017, Lincoln College Group employees had saved a total of 18,534.68 on Perks redeemed so far!
The Lincoln College offers its employees a wide variety of benefits, however in a survey conducted in early 2017 employees indicated that they often struggled to find information on the various benefits and would appreciate them being held in one, easy to access place.
As a result of this feedback, invested in the Perkbox platform. The HR team were pleased to introduce the new Perkbox platform to employees in July 2017.
What is Perkbox?
Perkbox is free for all employees to use. All new employees are sent an activation email following their First Day HR Induction.
Once registered they will have access to over 200 perks, including:
Free mobile phone insurance
A free Caffé Nero hot drink each month
Big brand discounts on major high street and supermarket shopping
Discounted cinema tickets
Exclusive pricing from Apple
Loads of lifestyle perks from gym discounts, massages, insurance, spas, beauty and more.
The recruitment team give all new starters an introduction to Perkbox as part of their first day HR Induction. All new starters also receive an a letter introducing them to the benefits on offer and user guide explaining what they need to do next to access the Perkbox service. This ensures that they have access to the system from the very start of their employment.
Scroll below to view some of the discounted benefits that have been available to our employees via Perkbox during October 2017:
A comprehensive Staff Development Policy in place. An overview of the policy is provided below. Please contact the Training Manager via email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information regarding our Staff Development Policy and employee training opportunities.
In brief the Staff Development policy aims to:
Train and develop Academic, Support and Management staff to carry out effectively the duties as outlined in their Job Descriptions and Person Specifications.
Evidence compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements for training in areas such as Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities and the Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults.
Highlight the College’s commitment to support succession planning and talent management.
The policy covers both Professional Development .. This is defined as essential training/qualifications required by the organisation in the delivery of the curriculum and to meet the requirements of the current job description and person specification.
This may also be defined as required development in meeting group strategy; and/or future curriculum and business needs as part of Talent Management and Succession Planning.
.... And Personal Development
This is defined as non-essential training/qualifications, which may be part of an individual’s personal career goals, and not directly linked to talent management or succession planning.
Unqualified Academic Staff
Contractually our Lecturers are required to hold a Level 4 teaching qualification and Instructors are required to hold a Level 3 teaching qualification.
New starters appointed without a teaching qualification receive funding towards their teaching qualification, are given remission from their teaching timetable to allow them time to study and are supported through their first year via a dedicated induction programme:
Training for OUR employees
As a learning provider the Lincoln College Group recognises the need for effective training & development of its employees; to develop it strategic plan, develop employees to reach their potential and to ensure that regulatory and statutory responsibilities are met.
OUR HEALTH AND WELLBEING STRATEGY
The Lincoln College Group is committed to fostering a positive working environment that promotes and protects the physical and mental wellbeing of its staff. It understands that its staff are its most valuable resource and as a result their health and wellbeing is crucial to the effective running of all aspects of the organisation.
A Health and Wellbeing strategy is in place which makes every effort to address the College's Health and Wellbeing needs as identified as part of the STEP OD (Strategic Transformation of Educational Provision) review. Further information regarding the STEP review can be found under the Critical Enablers - Organisational Development section on page 28 of the Lincoln College Group Strategy.
The Health and Wellbeing strategy identifies 5 key areas of priority focus. These are outlined below (in no particular order):
Promote mental and physical health equally
A stronger focus on prevention, with more people managing their own conditions
Get more people, more physically active, more often (if they are able to do so and find suitable alternatives if not )
A valued, well trained and supported workforce
Promoting work-life balance opportunities to all staff across the organisation to enhance their individual wellbeing.
The following pages give you a brief introduction to some of the initiatives available to our employees through our Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
Our Health and Wellbeing strategy is implemented by:
Having a structured surveying of staff, analysis and communication.
Creating a revised and improved Health and Wellbeing group remit, with key roles and responsibilities and an annual budget allowance.
Ensuring compulsory workforce development to enable staff to identify and be aware of both their own and others health, including Mental Health Awareness and Stress Management training.
Implementing and advertising an Annual Calendar of Health & Wellbeing events, activities and supportive information.
Proving healthy eating promotions for staff in collaboration with Chartwells and through Perkbox Wellness hub, identifying healthy meal plans and recipes.
Exceptional Communication - Workplace posts that promote the fitness and wellbeing initiatives that are available, through the Perkbox Wellness Hub e.g fitness videos and Mindfulness exercises.
Regular promotion of the College Health & Safety policies and practices to ensure awareness, in particular highlighting the importance of DSE and correct posture and the support available.
Promotion of College policies and fact sheets available to staff, which provide useful support, contacts and information .
IMPLEMENTATION OF OUR HEALTH AND WELLBEING STRATEGY
The college will also provide the following health and lifestyle initiatives:
Access to the college’s Deans Sports & Leisure Centre with access to spa and beauty facilities at a reduced rate.
Access to the Complementary Medicine Clinic within Deans which offers herbal medicine and acupuncture. All consultations are free for college staff plus a 20% discount on medicines and treatments.
Access to Osteoporosis Screening at a reduced rate through Osteo Care East Midlands every two years.
Access to Work initiative which may be able to provide employees and the college with advice and support if an employees health or disability affects the way they do their job.
Access to the Halfords Cycle2Work initiative.
BIG Bus Deal developed by Stagecoach East Midlands in conjunction with the Lincoln Business Improvement Group.
Access to Westfield Health Scheme.
Access to Childcare Vouchers.
Free access to telephone Counseling services.
Free work station assessments.
Access to private Personal Healthcare Scheme.
Access to National Dental Plan.
Well Persons Screening, a voluntary health programme which is offered by RPS Occupational Health Service.
Special Leave of Absence Policy, which supports staff with additional time off to deal with personal or urgent issues.
Work-Life Balance Policy which promotes flexible working options for all staff.
Further information on some of the Health and Wellbeing initiatives available to our employees can be found on the following pages.
HEALTH AND WELLBEING INITIATIVES
As well as a host of in house initiatives, Lincoln College Group employees have access to a variety of Health and Wellbeing related discounts and resources via Perkbox.
Scroll below to view some of the discounted benefits that were available to our employees via Perkbox during October 2017:
Lincoln College is committed to promoting the health and wellbeing of its employees and maintaining a positive and harmonious working environment, where everyone is able to make a full contribution to the best of their ability. The College appreciates that from time to time we can all get worried or concerned about a variety of different things, from issues in the workplace, to problems at home in our personal lives.
The College wishes to improve and maintain the quality of working life through its Employee Assistance Programme. All Lincoln College employees are entitled to access the programme.
The Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) by BHSF provides confidential support when our employees need it most. Support available via the EAP comes in a variety of ways, to suit their needs. From telephone counselling support, personal legal advice and financial information to health advice across a range of medical and wellbeing issues. The service is available 24/7, 365 days a year and can be accessed through an online portal or via the dedicated employee helpline number.
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME
In addition to having access to hundreds of big brand discounts, employees of the Lincoln College Group have access to their very own healthy haven through the Perkbox Wellness hub.
Employees can get their wellness on with Perkbox's collection of home workouts, yoga classes, cookery tutorials, techniques to help get a better night sleeps, relaxation videos, articles on work life balance and much more.
The Perkbox Wellness Hub is like having your very own instructor at your back and call 24/7. Once registered with Perkbox, our employees have access to hundreds of online classes, ranging from home workouts, to lunch time yoga sessions.
Everything on the Wellness Hub is designed to provide users with short bursts of clean living - perfect for those with a busy lifestyle.
PERKBOX WELLNESS HUB
OsteoCare East Midlands was established in 1998 to raise general awareness of bone health. They are a provider of fracture risk assessment throughout the country using the CUBA Clinical Bone Sonometer. The majority of their assessments are carried out in the workplace, enabling them to reach a larger population, however they also provide services to health & fitness centres, clinics and other associations.
'The only certain means of assessing an individual's risk status is by means of a bone density scan, which can provide information on the bones internal structure and density.'
What is Osteoporosis?
Osteoporosis literally means "brittle bone". Bone is a living tissue that continues to grow and develop until the age of 35 years. Once this "peak" bone level has been reached, bone loss proceeds at a faster rate than bone formation. This is particularly important in women who after the age of menopause can lose bone at a dramatic rate, placing them at greater fracture risk than seen in men. If a sufficient "bank" of bone is developed in the early part of our lives, the risk of osteoporotic fracture is much reduced.
Assessing The Risk
A number of risk factors are associated with individuals who suffer osteoporotic fractures:
Poor calcium diet
Long-term steroid use
Lack of exercise
Dieting to excess
Family history of osteoporosis
Previous fracture history
Most individuals found to be suffering from osteoporosis had no previous knowledge of their poor bone status. Often, the first sign of a problem is when a bone is unexpectedly broken following a low impact fall. Detection at this late stage is often too late to reverse the damage that has proceeded silently over many years.
The only certain means however of assessing an individual's risk status is by means of a bone density scan, which can provide information on the bones internal structure and density.
1 in every 2 postmenopausal women are affected.
1 in every 5 men over the age of 50 are at risk.
Annual mortality rate for hip fracture is 10-20%.
Of those that survive, 1 in 3 become functionally dependent upon others.
Spine fracture causes loss of height, breathing & digestive difficulties, and reduced quality of life.
The lifetime risk of hip fracture in women is greater than for uterus, cervix & ovarian cancers combined.
As life expectancy increases, osteoporosis related fractures are expected to double in the next 50 years.
Osteoporosis is a silent disease providing no outward signs of the condition until a fracture occurs.
The major risk factor for osteoporotic fracture is poor bone quality, which can only be measured using sophisticated densitometers such as the DXA and Ultrasound devices.
Prevention is the best strategy for tackling osteoporosis. If you are found to be in a high-risk category, many options exist for the strengthening of your bones and reducing your risk, these include simple exercise and dietary measures.
Curing the condition once it is established is almost impossible.
More information about the service and osteoporosis can be found at the following website: www.osteocare.org.uk
BONE DENSITY SCREENING IS OFFERED TO EMPLOYEES AND IS PROVIDED THROUGH OSTEOCARE EAST MIDLANDS, USING THE CUBA CLINICAL BONE SONOMETER
OSTEOCARE EAST MIDLANDS
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
Employees are the most valuable asset of a company, so providing Occupational Health Services is an integral part of The Lincoln College Group's commitment to its workforce.
We work in partnership with RPS, a leading provider of Occupational Health services in the UK. RPS support the Lincoln College Group with employee health issues, plus lifestyle and wellbeing services, which are delivered onsite via referral from the HR Team.
cHECK4CANCER HAS BECOME THE PRE-EMINENT PROVIDER OF PRIVATE EARLY CANCER DETECTION AND GENETIC SERVICES IN THE UK
The Lincoln College Group offer the opportunity for their employees to take advantage of early detection of the most common cancers in an affordable way, via a salary sacrifice arrangement over 12 months.
Check4Cancer offer 6 unique services for early detection of cancer and mammogram.
Their services are not to be confused with general health checks where blood pressure, weight, cholesterol etc. is being monitored. These services are very meaningful and available through GPs for free.
Check4Cancer services are generally not available from GPs. Their services are intended for worried well men and women, i.e. people without symptoms.
Check for cancer
Lincoln College Group employees receive a 25% discount off membership fees at Deans, or can ‘pay as they go’ with a 20% discount.
There is also a 20% discount on all spa retail, spa treatments, sports massage, herbal medicines and acupuncture appointments.
DEANS SPORT AND LEISURE
Deans Sport and Leisure is our incredible state-of-the-art gym which is based on the our Lincoln site.
Deans Sport and Leisure offers relaxed and friendly facilities which include Badminton courts, Squash courts, Table Tennis, Cricket Nets, Climbing Walls, an advanced Fitness Suite and Spa, Exercise Classes and much more.
Professional corporate facilities are also available within Deans Sport and Leisure. A large conference suite and smaller meeting spaces are suitable to meet the business needs of the College and external stakeholders.
Health and Fitness
State of the art fitness suite is equipped with the latest Technogym Visio Web Cardiovascular equipment. This allows members to browse the web, watch television, read articles or update their social network accounts all whilst doing their workout.
Deans offers various Membership Options and a Pay As You Go rate so all customers have a choice of how they would like to use the fitness suite. Deans Sport and Leisure offers exclusive discounts for all Lincoln College Group employees.
Group Exercise instructors will ensure members stay motivated and get the most out of their class by pushing them hard but making it fun and enjoyable along the way. Deans Sport and Leisure offer an extensive range of classes offering different ways of training.
Trampoline/ Table Tennis
A dedicated hall can be used for Table Tennis or Trampolining.
Dean's Sports Hall is the size of seven badminton courts and has the additional benefit of retractable seating for events and tournaments. The hall can also be divided into two smaller spaces if required. Activities which can take place in the Sports Hall include:
5 aside football
Dean's have three glass backed squash courts with some spectator seating available. These courts can be hired on a casual basis or members could take advantage of the platinum membership option which includes free court hire.
The climbing room has been designed specifically for the centre and compliments the outdoor boulder on Deans Park. The highest points on the wall are four metres high and no harnesses or ropes are required. There’s soft matting to cushion the fall. Climbing shoes are available for hire.
Located at the back of the College and adjacent to Lindum Hill the new Deans Park incorporates a 320m running/walking track with a variety of outdoor exercise platforms at various levels.
The Outdoor Sports Area has a bright blue polymeric surface which is suitable for 5 a-side football, netball and tennis. Although the area is outside it does have a high roof on it so during those winter months members will still remain dry whilst training.
The Internet Café serves Costa hot and cold drinks and food every day of the week. The Salon & Spa
Dean's Salon and Spa offers a wide range of hair and beauty treatments to pamper to clients every need. Clients can relax in the hydrotherapy pool with foot spa, sauna, steam room and ice showers to help them unwind after a hard day.
Visit www.deans-sport.co.uk for more information.
The success of The Lincoln College Group on its journey to extraordinary is attributable to the excellent contributions of our employees.
As part of our 2016-2019 strategy the Lincoln College Group made a commitment to conduct an evidence based review of organisational development. Further information regarding that review can be found on Page 28 of the Lincoln College Group Strategy (Critical Enabler, Organisational Development).
As part of the review a commitment was made to introduce new processes and systems to recognise and reward extraordinary thoughts, behaviours and actions.
As such in September 2017, the Group Director of HR, Jacqui Varlow was pleased to announce the new Spotlight Awards.
Shining a light on extraordinary performance, the Spotlight Awards are designed to encourage recognition for outstanding performance, excellent contribution and for those that go the extra mile. Employees can be nominated each month by their manager, their peers or their colleagues.
Staff can be nominated at any time of the year by their managers or their peers/colleagues. Nominations are also welcomed from our students. Spotlight Awards can be awarded for specific and exceptional one-off achievements for example successful delivery of a major project or to a member of staff that has consistently contributed and performed above and beyond expectations.
It is a way for the College to formally say “thank you” to ensure that staff feel appreciated for their efforts and are committed to our vision to be an extraordinary organisation.
Every month we acknowledge the outstanding contribution made by our staff by presentation of the Spotlight Awards at an afternoon tea event at Lincoln College’s restaurant, Sessions. We also take this opportunity to welcome our new starters to the organisation as well as acknowledging our staff who have achieved 20 years of continuous service.
Spotlight award winners are presented with Perkbox vouchers which can be spent on a range of awards to suit different tastes incorporating individual choice as much as possible i.e. from shopping vouchers to Spotify and Netflix subscriptions.
For further information regarding the Spotlight Awards and How to Nominate please visit - https://www.lincolncollege.ac.uk/jobs/reward-and-recognition/
Long Service Awards
The Long-service awards are a way of saying thank you to our employees and recognising their contributions over 20 years of continuous service. Employees are awarded with £200 of vouchers to spend via Perkbox and are cordially invited to afternoon tea at Lincoln College’s restaurant, Sessions, located in the former city Gaol and judges’ chambers of the old courthouse to enjoy outstanding food and service provided by our Catering and Hospitality students.
Please contact Jeannette Young (HR Officer) If you have any further queries regarding Reward and Recognition.
OUR REWARD AND RECOGNITION INITIATIVES
FAMILY SCHEMES POLICY
As an employer we recognise that parenthood brings additional responsibilities. A Family Schemes Policy is therefore in place to support employees who have child caring responsibilities to have an appropriate work-life balance.
Our Family Schemes Policy describes the rights, entitlements and obligations for employees who wish to benefit from our maternity, paternity, adoption, unpaid parental leave and shared parental leave schemes.
Sodexo Childcare Vouchers
Childcare vouchers are a Government scheme aimed at helping working parents. Families can save hundreds of pounds every year by using childcare vouchers, with extra savings if both parents take part.
The Lincoln College Group give their employees the opportunity to participate in the childcare voucher scheme, through Sodexo Childcare Voucher. Parents of a child under 15, can save over £900 a year by claiming childcare vouchers.
Lincoln College Group employees can claim any amount up to £243 per month as a salary sacrifice. These can be used to pay any registered childcare provider including child-minders, nurseries, play schemes and after-school clubs.
TRAVEL DISCOUNTS AND BENEFITS
The Lincoln College Group employee benefits package includes a number of in house discounts on travel including schemes such a Cycle2 Work and the Big Bus deal. The following pages provide you with an overview of just some of our in house travel discounts.
In addition to these there a masses of travel discounts available to our employees via Perkbox. The discounts via Perkbox are always subject to change however you can scroll through the images below to see just some of the Perkbox travel discounts that were available to our employees during October 2017.
Lincoln College Group employees can say hello to a new car through Tusker’s Car Benefit Scheme
Like Cycle to Work and Childcare Voucher schemes, employees can choose to offset some of their salary in exchange for a brand new car, which, thanks Tuskers manufacturer and corporate discounts, can be significantly cheaper than retail.
Through an agreement with the LCG employees can take advantage of this cost effective way to drive a new car - a fixed monthly amount comes out of their salary and they get to drive away a brand new, all-inclusive car complete with insurance, road tax, replacement tyres, servicing, MOT and breakdown assistance.
In fact, to get driving, they only thing you need to do is add fuel.
A brand new car, with savings and less hassle. It’s no surprise that 97% of our drivers would recommend the Scheme.
The power of a shiny new car!
To find out more information please visit - tuskerdirect.com
What exactly is the Cycle to Work scheme?
Well, officially, it's a government scheme that's been introduced to promote healthier journeys to work. What that means is if your employer signs up to the Halfords Cycle2work scheme, you can get your hands on a brand new bike and all the safety gear you need and get up to 42%* off the total price.
Joining is as easy as freewheeling downhill.
The Lincoln College Group is signed up to the Cycle2work scheme, meaning our employees can choose a new bike and cycle safety accessories worth up to £1,000 and the company buys it for them.
We then loan it back to our employee with reductions in their monthly salary over 12 or 18 months, it’s called salary sacrifice & they get the new bike they want now and get to spread the cost. It's rather clever, really.
Employee that sign up to the scheme can enjoy...
SAVINGS of up to 42%* on a new bike and cycle safety accessories.
ACCESS the UK's top bike brands from 800+ partner independent bike shops and 470+ Halfords and Cycle Republic stores.
GUARANTEED access to Halfords' and Cycle Republic's in-store sales prices and promotions.
20% OFF CYCLE PARTS & ACCESSORIES DISCOUNT CARD - unlimited use during your initial hire period. The card is issued once you have collected your Cycle2work bike.^
RAPID application - apply and you could collect your bike on the same day.
FREE Build and 6 week first service, our trained specialists will build and check the bike for you.
EASY ONLINE "Reserve and Collect" service via www.halfords.com
*42% saving can be made when any Letter of Collection is selected, the employer funds the scheme and an employee hires a bike and safety accessories through the scheme.
Assumes 40% Tax Rate and 2% NIC Rate.
Subject to circumstances of the employer and employee.
>Excludes brands that do not comply with relevant standards and retailer own brands. Products on Halfords.com not sold and sent by Halfords are excluded from Cycle2work.
^Excludes cycle GPS and action cameras.
Reducing carbon footprint
Spending less time in the car
Loss of No Claims Bonus/Excess Insurance
Insurance is available to provide a measure of compensation for Loss of Bonus or payment of Excess, or both, where private motor vehicles, used by subscribing members, become involved in accidents on duty including whilst commuting to and from a place of work.
BIG BUS DEAL
The BIG Bus Deal is a scheme developed by Stagecoach East Midlands with the Lincoln Business Improvement Group, to encourage people to travel to and from work by bus.
The BIG Bus Deal helps cut the costs and stress involved in travelling to and from work.
The Lincoln College Group are situated within the Lincoln Business Improvement District, and therefore our employees can join the scheme.
Staff can therefore receive discounted travel on buses within the City Centre and outlying villages.
The Lincoln BIG Bus Deal passes work in the same way as Stagecoach's Megarider and Megarider Plus work: any journeys past the Megarider Boundary require an Outer Pass.
Once employees have joined the scheme they simply show the Stagecoach bus driver their photo-ID card along with their BIG Bus Deal card. Its that simple – no money, no paper tickets, no hassle with change.
More info can be found via the following link: BigBusDeal
ANNUAL LEAVE AND SPECIAL LEAVE
Our employees benefit from generous annual leave and special leave policies.
Annual leave allocations are dependent upon our employees contract of employment. As an example, staff employed on academic contracts will receive 35 days annual leave in addition to Bank Holidays and a number of concessionary and efficiency college closures days .
Buying and Selling of Annual Leave
Employees appointed to our sub company contracts (i.e Deans Sport and Leisure and Corporate Support Solutions) have the options to purchase an additional 5 days annual leave or sell up to 5 days of their annual leave allocation during each holiday year.
Special Leave of Absence
We recognise that there may be occasions when our employees need to take time away from work for reasons that do not necessarily fall under existing leave provisions and therefore we have a Special Leave of Absence Policy in place which enables employees to take reasonable time off:
to care for a child or make arrangements for a child's welfare
to provide care and attention to a dependant
to deal with emergencies or unexpected events
to take compassionate leave
for public duties
As an employer we recognise that there are tangible benefits from supporting flexible working practices, implementing family friendly initatives and assisting employees to achieve a balance in their work commitments and their life outside of work.
We recognise that for the work-life balance to work effectively there has to be give and take from both managers and staff. Flexible working is not about never working long hours or undertaking extra duties, it is about creating a balance and avoiding the 'long hours culture'. Therefore our policies ensure that our employees are aware that requests to work flexibly have to fit in with organisational requirements but equally managers should not dismiss requests without objective and consistent consideration. We encourage out managers to take account of the individual work-life balance issues of staff and respond to them in a fair, flexible and appropriate manner.
During 2016-17 academic year xx% of flexible working requests were approved.
We have various work-life balance and flexible working arrangements in place such as:
Career Break Scheme
Flexible Working Requests
Flexible Working Hours Scheme
Job Share Scheme
Special Leave of Absence Policy
Term-time only working
Voluntary Reduction in Working Hours
OUR WORK-LIFE BALANCE OPTIONS
our additional employee benefits
As well as the host of benefits and discounts already detailed. The following are just some of the additional benefits available to our employees.
Computer Purchase Scheme
Employees of the Lincoln College Group are able to spread the cost of their new technology over a period of 12 months, by applying for the computer purchase scheme following the successful completion of their probationary period.
IT equipment can be purchased up to the value of £1,500 which is then reclaimed through monthly deductions via their salary; a small deposit (around 10%) is required to secure their purchase.
StC Payroll Giving
StC Payroll Giving, pride themselves on providing a fantastic service when it comes to promoting Payroll Giving.
Payroll Giving is a fantastic way to support your favourite charity or charities tax-free.
Donations through pay are great for the good causes employees care about, providing charities with the regular, reliable income stream that enables them to plan and budget for the future.
Our employees can give to any charity in the UK, from well-known national charities to their local church.
For further information please visit: www.stcpayrollgiving.co.uk
Extraordinary means being exceptional, remarkable, astonishing and amazing. None of these characteristics are a course or a programme, a building, a surplus or deficit budget, or a grade by a regulator. These characteristics describe the thoughts, actions and behaviours of our people to achieve great things. People who are committed to delivering everyday work to the very highest standard time and time again, who refuse to accept mediocrity or average. And people who innovate and are ingenious to create solutions to problems; and then deliver those creations.
Gary Headland - CEO Lincoln College Group
If you are looking for a new career or a change in profession, FE could be the right path for you. Whether you are an experienced teacher , new to teaching or looking for a support staff role you could be the exceptional candidate we are looking for in order to provide extraordinary first-class education to our students.
Concentrate on a specific subject area
Teach what you are passionate about
Learner Disciplinary Process in place to tackle poor behaviour.
In addition we provide dedicated professional support which creates positive pupil behaviour and a great learning environment.Support students on a day-to-day basis, whilst working towards your career goals and aspirations
New to teaching? – At The Lincoln College Group we don’t just support our students to learn; we invest in our staff in order for them to reach their full potential. If you are new to teaching, we will support you in obtaining your Teaching Qualification (Level 4 teaching qualification contractually required for all Lecturers and a Level 3 teaching qualification is required for Instructors).
Comprehensive benefits package
Flexible working scheme for support contracts
Wide range of Health and Wellbeing initiatives
The Lincoln College Group encompasses campuses at Lincoln, Newark and Gainsborough as well as an Air and Defence Career College at Lincoln and Construction Career College at Gainsborough. In addition we deliver HE courses, have an onsite sports centre (Deans Sport and Leisure) and provide education in KSA and China, meaning progression within the Lincoln College Group can take many different routes. Join our journey to extraordinary and expand your career opportunities.
Where to View our Vacancies
Lincoln College Website
All of our current vacancies are advertised on the Jobs area of our website - www.lincolncollege.ac.uk/jobs
Follow us on Twitter: @LCG_Jobs to keep up to date with career opportunties with the Lincoln College Group
If we don't have any suitable permanent vacancies, why not register with our in house teaching agency FE Resources. Contact them via email@example.com and be kept up to date with any part-time temporary vacancies available at Lincoln College.
Please dont hesistate to contact us if you have any further queries regarding our vacancies or recruitment process:
Phone: Sam Crosby/Nicola Jepson (HR Assistant) -
Please contact Jeannette Young (HR Officer) if you have any queries regarding our Employee Benefits.
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