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About Glasgow Kelvin College:  Glasgow Kelvin College’s ethos derives from its commitment to Excellence, Progression and Enterprise. It seeks to provide learning opportunities of the highest quality, which engage learners from the widest range of backgrounds, and support their progression to employment or to further study. It seeks to develop enterprise in individuals – as a core skill for learning, life and work; and to support enterprise in both organisations and communities – by developing the capacity of both employers and employees and of community representatives.

Making a Difference: Glasgow Kelvin College plays a vital role in providing accessible vocational and core-skills learning and by joining us, you'll have the opportunity to be part of an organisation that creates inclusive progression opportunities for learners and makes a positive impact on the communities we serve.

At Kelvin: We deliver high-quality programmes, from introductory to degree level, to around 15,000 students each year from three campus buildings in the North and Northeast of Glasgow and through a large network of community-based centres. The College works with partners to create inclusive progression opportunities in a vibrant and sustainable environment for our learners.

Lecturer - Health Care

Employment Type: Permanent/Part Time 17.5 hours per week

Department: Healthcare

Location:  Glasgow

Workplace type:  Onsite

Compensation: £35,170 - £43,357 / year

Application Deadline: June 25th 2024

Key Responsibilities

They will work closely and supportively with other colleagues and partners to deliver excellence in learning. The role will specifically involve:

  •       Teaching and Assessment
  •       Curriculum Development
  •       Quality and Standards
  •       Student Support
  •       Continuing Professional Development


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Facilities Assistant

Employment Type: Full Time

Department: Estates

Location: Glasgow

Workplace type: Onsite

Compensation: £23,493 - £26,493 / year

Application Deadline: June 26th 2024

Key Responsibilities

They will be required to assist in the provision of a safe and effective campus and facilities service which is responsive to the day to day needs of the learners, staff and the College. 

  • Support teaching activity through preparation for practical class work, for example Brickwork, Plastering, Carpentry and Joinery, Cladding, Painting and Decorating and Roof Tile, this includes - supply, stack and dismantle brickwork; mix mortar and plaster; move supply and stack roofing products; move paint and paper rolls when required; move supply and stack timber products, break out timber and make available for carpentry; cut timber and sheet material to size as required under supervision and guidance;
  • Undertake general maintenance and cleaning of workshops, associated tools and equipment;
  • Keep all workshops and other associated areas free of waste and rubbish;
  • Store, distribute and collect equipment and tools from students on a daily basis across all Faculties;
  • Operate the store rooms, check goods in/out, distribute materials and supplies, re-order materials for stores and other locations when required and assist Faculty staff in the issue and the return of equipment and materials across all Campuses as required;
  • Assist in the completion of annual and periodic inventory checks;
  • Maintain accurate records in respect of Health & Safety, such as material delivery, tool issue and other essential College documentation;
  • Make daily, weekly and monthly Health & Safety checks and advise Estates Manager of any concerns;
  • Open classrooms, stores and other areas as required to ensure readiness for students and staff and secure same at close of business; 
  • Assist with internal/external events/moves as required including carrying out relocation of furniture, materials and equipment and setting up and dismantling of displays;
  • Deliver computers and other equipment to outreach centres and assist with the set up process where necessary;
  • Carry out driving duties, deliver mail, materials and transport staff and students as required;
  • Assist in general maintenance, repair and reporting of faults as required;
  • Assist in ensuring the safety and security of students, staff and visitors;
  • Liaise with internal staff, contractors and external visitors as required;
  • Perform basic checks, maintenance and cleaning of the College vehicle fleet; 
  • Co-operate in the review of methods and the introduction of new equipment, procedures and technology; 
  • Deputise for Senior Facilities Officer, with the appropriate training, as and when required;
  • Undertake the duties of a First Aider and participate in the College First Aid Rota; and
  • Undertake the duties of a Fire Evacuation Officer or Fire Warden.


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