Current Vacancies


We need motivated teaching and support staff who are committed to our mission to provide high quality, inspirational training and education for individuals, businesses and communities. 

Please note, job applications are only being accepted remotely.  All applications must be sent electronically to


Job Title 




Closing date


Community Employment & Engagement Officer Support 37 hrs per week £22,720 - £25,433 per annum

Friday 2nd October

12 noon

Job pack and person specification Apply
 Learning Resource Library Assistant Support  30 hours per week,
over 5 days (to include some evening
working up to 6.30pm)
Scale 2-3 Points 11 - 14
(actual salary £14,547 - £15,645 per annum)

 Friday 9th October

12 noon

Job pack and person specification Apply

Student Services Administration Assistant

Support 30 hours per week
(Hours to be discussed with successful candidate)

Scale 2/3

Actual Salary £14,547 - £15,645 per annum

Wednesday 14th October

12 noon

Job pack and person specification Apply

Clerk to Salt Foundation Trustees

Support Variable hours (potentially up to 100 annually), providing
minutes for at least ten meetings a year & additional
administrative tasks.

£12.11 per hour plus holiday pay = £14.05 per hour

Monday 19th October 

12 noon

Job pack and person specification


Part-time Lecturer  - Expressions of interest

Teaching  TBC

To be discussed. 


Expressions of interest request
Please complete an application form to register your interest with further details to follow. 


Vacancies on Shipley College Corporation

Governing Body

Various hours & meetings



Being a college governor - Information



If you are looking for an Apprenticeship vacancy, see the Apprentices Jobs Board.  



If you have any queries or need more information about job vacancies at Shipley College or how to apply, please Contact Reception 

The College is actively committed to a policy of equality of opportunity for all through education and therefore encourages applications from all regardless of age, disability economic status, gender, race, religion and beliefs or sexual orientation.

Shipley College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.  The successful applicant will be required to undertake a Disclosure Barring Check in line with our Shipley College Policies & Procedures.

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