Coventry College was formed in 2017 when City College Coventry and Henley College Coventry merged to create the largest Further Education provider in the area. We work from our central City Campus, situated in the town centre close to the main shopping area and easily accessible by car or public transport.
We deliver vocational, technical and professional education and training to learners of all ages, from entry level to Higher Education.
We are committed to providing exceptional education, skills and training to meet the needs of individuals, businesses and communities across the region.
Our strategic values
Our College will be open to all learners, offering a safe environment that celebrates diversity.
We will strive for excellence in all our work, enabling our learners to realise their full potential in a positive, inspiring and caring environment.
We will have high aspirations for all learners that support and challenge everyone.
We will value our staff, learners, stakeholders and partners, promoting mutual respect and a culture of openness, personal responsibility and accountability.
We will engage with all stakeholders, consulting and seeking their input and welcoming feedback.
We will work collaboratively to deliver our College’s vision, strategy and values.
Why work for us
It is an extremely exciting time for the College and for the City! Coventry has been awarded the title of UK City of Culture 2021, which will bring about exciting opportunities for the College.
The College welcomes ambitious, driven individuals who are passionate about education and improving skills in the City and the wider region. In return, we offer a generous salary and benefits package.
“This will be my 14th year at the College and I can honestly say I still find it an exciting and inspiring place to work! I love doing what I do – I have had so many opportunities here and made some great friends along the way.”
Pete Glackin, Head of Rugby & Sports Academies
“We are a strong team which cares about all our learners and we work hard to help them achieve their goals and prepare them for their next steps. The team works well together and supports each other to achieve the best outcomes for fellow colleagues and our learners.”
Donna Mason, Curriculum Manager, Business & Professional
“I have worked at the college for over 15 years in different roles. My time here has been very rewarding and every day is different. I enjoy working in an environment where I am supported by great colleagues. The College offers a variety of opportunities to progress in teaching and teaching-related roles.”
Amanda Romain, Wellbeing and Learner Involvement Manager
The College is committed to your personal and professional development. You will have access to training and development through the College, as well as opportunities to attend external training, conferences and events to benefit you in your role and future career.
The College strives to support its employees in both their personal and professional lives, via initiatives including:
- Mentoring support if you’re new to teaching
- Access to Continuing Professional Development
- Access to support through the College’s Occupational Health service
- Family-friendly, work-life balance initiatives and policies
As an employee of Coventry College, you will benefit from a generous holiday entitlement of up to 39 days plus bank holidays, depending on your contract.
- NUS: As a member of staff at the College, you will be entitled to an NUS Extra card which gives you discount across hundreds of shops and restaurants
- Language Programme: You will receive discount on language courses at Coventry University as a member of staff at Coventry College
As an employee, you will benefit from a generous and comprehensive pension scheme (TPS or LGPS).
We have free on-site parking at our college campus.
Equality and Diversity
Coventry College are actively committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and any vulnerable groups within the college community. We value our diverse college community and are actively committed to promoting equality and diversity in all areas of college life. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community. We expect all our staff and volunteers to share these commitments.
Applying for a job – frequently asked questions
What time will applications close on the closing date?
We will stop accepting applications at 11:59pm on the closing date.
What happens once I have submitted my application?
You will receive confirmation that your application has been received by us. Following this, if your application has been successful, you will be contacted by our HR Team to invite you to an interview.
I am having problems completing the application form, is there someone I can contact?
Please contact us on email@example.com if you are having issues with the application process.
Register for our Talent Pool
We’re looking for candidates from a range of backgrounds to teach at Further Education level. If you’re interested in a rewarding career working with the future generation, register your details for our Talent Pool.