West Berkshire Training Consortium
Vacancies at WBTC
Working for WBTC
WBTC is a not- for- profit Training Provider established in 1983 for the benefit of young people entering the world of work and local employers. Our aim is to invest in quality training and be the most successful Training Provider in the region. Our purpose is to provide the highest quality of service and provision to Learners, Employers and Stakeholders.
We are very fortunate to employ well qualified staff who inspire our learners. They do this by delivering excellent teaching and providing great learning experiences, all in safe and secure environments that are conducive to learning and development. We recognise that our ambitions and aspirations are underpinned by the quality of our staff, and from time to time we seek good quality people to join us.
We are a unique and caring organisation and offer a great place to work.
In return for your enthusiasm, initiative, desire to inspire others and commitment to the company, you will enjoy the benefits of a good working environment, a happy workforce and the feeling of being part of a team working to benefit others.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community, all applicants are subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Applicants are required to complete a full application, however, for initial enquires please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PROGRAMME TEAM LEADER (FULL TIME)
We are looking for an highly motivated, hard working individual who is an experienced and qualified programme team leader on a full time basis. The job holder will manage a high quality apprenticeship delivery team across the Business, Customer Service, Warehousing, Accountancy and Management sectors.
Ideally you will have experience in the following:-
A track record of managing and supporting a high quality delivery team across a range of sectors including Business, Customer Service and Management occupations.
An established track record of managing and performing in the apprenticeship sector
Delivery of the new Apprenticeship Standards
The successful applicant will be a robust and hardworking leader who can demonstrate excellent training skills.
Assessor Qualification (A1, D32/33)
Teaching Qualification (PTLLS, EAT L3) or commitment to work towards
Occupational competence qualification at Level 3 or higher(for assessors and tutors)
IQA Qualification (V1, D34)
Functional Skills at Level 2 (maths, English and ICT) or equivalent
Higher Level Teaching Qualification (CTLLS, DTLLS, PGCE)
A car owner/driver is essential.
Competitive full time salary, pension and benefits on offer. Please send CV with covering letter stating current salary to Mandy Haworth (email@example.com) or call 01635 35975.
A job description is available upon request.
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