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  • Start date details

    22nd August (start of the 2024/25 academic year)

  • Closing date

    27 May 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    16 May 2024

Job details

Job role

  • Other support roles

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Subject

Media studies

Working pattern

Part time: Hours to be confirmed

Contract type

Fixed term - Temporary until July 2025

Pay scale

National Minimum Wage

What skills and experience we're looking for

Priestley College, a founder member of The Challenge Academy Trust (TCAT), is looking to appoint a Media and Film Intern to assist students during practical and film work; set out materials and troubleshoot any issues with equipment and software such as Adobe Premier. Support staff in lessons when production work is being undertaken. Demonstrate equipment and software to students when required in lessons.

Responsible to:The Faculty Lead (Media)

Post Details: Hours to be confirmed, temporary until July 2025

Start Date: 22nd August (start of the 2024/25 academic year), subject to successful pre-employment checks including an enhanced DBS check or a check against the DBS Update Service if registered

Contractual Terms: NJC Terms and Conditions for Support Staff in Sixth Form Colleges

Salary: National Minimum Wage

Pension Scheme: Local Government Pension Scheme

Application Deadline: 12 noon on Monday 27th May 2024

Interviews: It is anticipated that interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date

How to Apply:

The application form is in word format and should be downloaded to your pc and saved, then completed electronically (CVs will not be accepted). It is important that you complete all relevant sections of the form accurately. If you require assistance in completing your application, or require information providing in a different format, please contact HR. You are reminded that providing false information is an offence and could result in your application being rejected or summary dismissal if you are later selected and possibly referred to the police.

Your application should be returned to hr@priestley.ac.uk or in hard copy format by hand, or posted to: HR Department, Priestley College Loushers Lane, Warrington WA4 6RD. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

What the school offers its staff

Priestley College is a founder member of The Challenge Academy Trust (TCAT) which currently consists of 9 schools and the College, working together to deliver a cohesive education pathway from primary through to sixth form.

We are an inclusive college with a consistent record of high achievement. We offer around 70 A-Level and Vocational courses and we are a college of several firsts.

The quality of education we provide in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths was recognised when we became the first dedicated sixth form in the country to receive STEM-assured status.

In September 2020, Priestley was chosen to be among the first tranche of colleges to provide T-Levels. In the same year our rugby academy became the first in the UK to receive ‘dual status’ as both boys and girls were excelling.

In its most recent OFSTED report the College was praised by inspectors who said ‘teachers ensure students develop the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in their qualifications and in their working life’.

In 2021 Priestley retained its matrix accreditation after an inspection found the quality of advice and guidance it provided met the internationally-recognised standard.

There are now over 2000 students at Priestley with the latest investment a £1.5M technology centre that boasts more than 200 computers. The Crescent Building has also been extended to provide extra café and study space whilst the Performing Arts facilities have been modernised. More than £15M has been invested in the campus since 1999 on projects including the Learning Resource Centre and an all-weather sports pitch.

Priestley’s growth in numbers has also gone hand in hand with increasing the range and scope of provision as well as significant improvements in quality.

By responding to student demand and national curriculum development, we have been able to broaden the choice by offering new curriculum lines.

Priestley is not a college that stands still. All tutors and staff constantly look for ways to improve in order to make the biggest difference to the highest number of young people.

The College’s goal will always be to inspire, challenge and support its students to ensure they reach their full potential.

Commitment to safeguarding

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment. Our Safeguarding Policy and our DBS and Ex-Offenders Policy (incorporating our Policy Statement on the Secure Storage, Handling, Use, Retention and Disposal of Disclosures and Disclosure Information) can be accessed on the link to our website, as given above.

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About Priestley College

School type
Academy, ages 16 to 19
School size
0 pupils enrolled
Age range
16 to 19
Email address
hr@priestley.ac.uk

Priestley College is a founder member of The Challenge Academy Trust (TCAT) which currently consists of 9 schools and the College, working together to deliver a cohesive education pathway from primary through to
sixth form.
We are an inclusive college with a consistent record of high achievement. We offer around 70 A-Level and Vocational courses and we are a college of several firsts.
The quality of education we provide in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths was recognised when we became the first dedicated sixth form in the country to receive STEM-assured status.
In September 2020, Priestley was chosen to be among the first tranche of colleges to provide T-Levels. In the same year our rugby academy became the first in the UK to receive ‘dual status’ as both boys and girls were
excelling.
In its most recent OFSTED report the College was praised by inspectors who said ‘teachers ensure students develop the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in their qualifications and in their working life’.
In 2021 Priestley retained its matrix accreditation after an inspection found the quality of advice and guidance it provided met the internationally-recognised standard.
There are now over 2000 students at Priestley with the latest investment a £1.5M technology centre that boasts more than 200 computers. The Crescent Building has also been extended to provide extra café and
study space whilst the Performing Arts facilities have been modernised. More than £15M has been invested in the campus since 1999 on projects including the Learning Resource Centre and an all-weather sports pitch.
Priestley’s growth in numbers has also gone hand in hand with increasing the range and scope of provision as well as significant improvements in quality.
By responding to student demand and national curriculum development, we have been able to broaden the choice by offering new curriculum lines.
Priestley is not a college that stands still. All tutors and staff constantly look for ways to improve in order to make the biggest difference to the highest number of young people.
The College’s goal will always be to inspire, challenge and support its students to ensure they reach their full potential.

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