7 days ago
We have a new exciting opportunity, not to be missed! At Plumpton College we are currently looking to recruit for full and part time Instructor / Lecturer - Dog Grooming vacancies. The successful candidates will receive a competitive salary of 16,129 - 22,229 per annum.
Plumpton College is beginning its next phase of ambitious growth and quality enhancement. With sound finances and a commitment to achieve excellence in all areas, we are significantly investing in our people. We are currently seeking to appoint dedicated and hardworking individuals who can thrive in a competitive sector and deliver ambitious targets for growth and quality.
About the Instructor / Lecturer - Dog Grooming role
The Canine Studies division is recruiting for full and part-time staff to join their busy team. They are looking for instructors / lecturers to teach our City Guilds part-time dog grooming courses (level 1, 2 and 3) and participate in running a well-equipped commercial dog grooming parlour. Opportunities are available during the college day, Saturdays and evenings.
What we're looking for in our Instructor / Lecturer - Dog Grooming
The successful candidate will be dedicated, creative, and highly organised. The role requires someone who is a good communicator across a broad age range, flexible in their approach and competent with IT. The candidate should hold a Level 3 City and Guilds relevant qualification, a background in dog grooming parlour administration would be advantageous.
Instructor / Lecturer - Dog Grooming Working Hours
Flexible hours available to include, Monday evenings, Wednesday evenings-Thursday full day, Friday full day, Saturdays full day. Full and part-time roles are available on a permanent and fixed term basis.
If you believe you have a significant contribution to make to our future and would like to join us as the new Instructor / Lecturer - Dog Grooming then please click 'apply' today - don't miss out, we'd love to hear from you!
Closing date for applications: Monday 21st November - Midday
Interviews will be held: Monday 28th November 2016 (afternoon)