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Pembrokeshire College is a well established Further Education College, and is one of the largest workplaces in the County employing over 500+ highly qualified and dedicated staff.

We pride ourselves on delivering first class education and training to over 13,000 learners at a vibrant campus in a beautiful county.

All College employees are required to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.

Our diverse job opportunities offer flexibility in developing a career in areas ranging from Teaching, Coaching and Management through to Human Resources, Finance and IT.
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Staff Entitlements

  • Payment of the ‘Real’ living wage
  • Attractive holiday allowance
    • Lecturers: 46 days
    • Managers: 37 days
    • All other staff: 28 days (32 after 5 years)
    • Additional College closure days (Christmas period)
    • Additional paid leave for caring responsibilities, domestic emergencies and recognised religious events/festivals
  • Auto enrolment into Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) and/or Teachers Pension Scheme
  • Enhanced corporate sickness, adoption, maternity and paternity pay
  • Flexible working time off in lieu (TOIL) arrangements

Staff Benefits

  • Secure employment within a large, well-established community College
  • Up to 75% discount on part-time courses
  • 30% discount in our Hair & Beauty salons
  • On-site day nursery facility
  • Recognised trade union membership
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme
  • Internal staff association scheme
  • Discounted on-site gym membership and fitness classes
  • On campus cafeteria, shop, Starbucks, training restaurant and coffee shop
  • Free on-site parking
  • Opportunities to learn/enhance Welsh language skills
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Staff Wellbeing

  • Dedicated health and well-being team for staff
  • Mental health first aid, training and support
  • Trained peer support
  • On-site and telephone counselling support
  • Occupational health services
  • Emotional health clinics
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Support groups including: menopause, carers and neurodiversity
  • A calendar of health and wellbeing events to support staff and learners throughout the academic year
  • Recognised disability confident leader
  • College wide commitment to be Carbon Net Zero by 2030
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We believe the College is welcoming and inclusive and in our efforts to build a staff and learner body that is as diverse as possible (for the benefit of all) we welcome applications from under-represented groups and have therefore put in place the following:

Guaranteed Interview Scheme – We guarantee access to the College’s selection process for applicants with disabilities, who are from minority ethnic backgrounds and Armed Forces leavers, veterans or a reservist, who meet the essential job criteria.
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Commitment to Becoming an Anti-Racist College

Through its affiliation with the Black Leadership Group (BLG) the College has confirmed their commitment to working towards the Welsh Government’s target for Wales to become an anti-racist country by 2030 through tackling racial/ethnicity inequality and promoting anti-racism.

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Commitment to the Armed Forces

At Pembrokeshire College we are proud to support the UK’s armed forces and reservists. We have signed the Armed Forces Covenant as a voluntary pledge of mutual support between the College community and its local armed forces community.

Reservists can potentially access additional annual leave for undertaking reservist activities.

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Approved and Assessed as a Disability Confident Leader

The College provides significant support for job applicants, employees and learners in relation to disability, and through its ongoing and proactive work has achieved ‘Disability Confident Leader’ Status within the UK Government’s Disability Confident Scheme. In addition to this, the College recognises those with caring responsibilities and offers support and additional carers leave.

Working at the College

Find out more about the benefits and pay scales at the College.

Important Information (Recruitment & Selection Process)

  • Candidates who are shortlisted will be required to take a skills test relevant to the role applied for and a formal interview.
  • Successful candidates will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check (this is to be paid for by the individual at a cost of £38), provide details of two references and evidence of their right to live and work in the UK, prior to commencing employment.
  • All Further Education Lecturers, Further Education Support Workers and Work-based Learning Practitioners in Wales are required to register with the Education Workforce Council (EWC), prior to commencing employment. This is to be paid for by the individual at a cost of £45 for Further Education Lecturers and Work-based Learning Practitioners and £15 for Further Education Support Workers.
  • All College employees are required to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.
“Pembrokeshire College have been an amazingly supportive employer to me, providing me with additional CPD and training in my job role. I am grateful to have an employer that has been able to see my potential to allow me to progress professionally in a field of my choosing.”
Learner Health & Wellbeing Officer
“Working at Pembrokeshire College has enabled me to reach my fullest potential alongside having the most varied and exciting experience of working - no two days are ever the same. I have benefited from Pembrokeshire College’s strategic goal of ‘being a College that invests in all its staff’ having completed four higher education qualifications and three apprenticeship frameworks. Through supported development, Pembrokeshire College has truly met my aspirations and pushed me to go one step further; from being employed as a Technician to Senior Lecturer to Curriculum Area Manager.”
Curriculum Area Manager
“I have experienced many personal challenges and health issues whilst working at the College, since the 1990s. My various managers, and the College as a whole, have always been very supportive. The support received has been extensive and has ranged from a change in working pattern to regular 1:1 support sessions with the Wellbeing Officer. Without the support received, I would not have been able to remain in work and be a valued member of the College team.”
Senior Lecturer
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