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Newcastle College

Maths , Functional Skills , ESOL , English
Teacher Training , recruitment , Professional Development
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About us

Newcastle College is one of the best performing FE colleges in the UK. We are ranked in the top ten per cent nationally of all General Further Education Colleges for 16-18 year old learning and are one of only a few FE Colleges in the UK to offer full time courses for 14-16 year olds. We are one of the largest providers of degrees in the FE sector anywhere in the UK and were one of the first colleges to be awarded Foundation Degree Awarding Powers. We have over 18,000 students and 1,150 employees. We have excellent links with over 1,000 regional businesses and skill the future workforce of thousands more.


Work with us

Newcastle College aspires to be a great place to work. We attract individuals who are adaptable and keen to create and meet new challenges for the organisation. We are flexible, hardworking and passionate about what we do. We are fully committed to supporting and investing in staff and offer a good benefit package, which includes:

Competitive salaries in line with those in the relevant sectors

Generous holiday entitlement 

A childcare voucher scheme

Opportunities for progression

Learning and development 

Work life balance

Find out more and view all our current vacancies here


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