Working for Us

Godalming College employs around 200 teaching and support staff on both a full and part-time basis. We have around 2000 full-time students age 16 to 19 years on 40 different courses at A level, BTEC and GCSE. The College also offers part-time courses for 14 to 16 year olds from local schools.

The College was rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted at our inspection in December 2019.  The report noted:

We recognise and value the contribution of all staff in achieving our success. The College seeks to recruit, retain and develop high quality staff. We recognise that this will be achieved by embracing equality of opportunity and promoting diversity in our staff group. 

We offer an attractive work environment, a range of employment benefits which includes an occupational pension scheme as well as generous support for training and development. There is a catering service with food outlets and coffee shops and the College gym is available for staff use.
 
The College is within walking distance of Godalming Town Centre and the Railway station which serves the main London-Portsmouth line. Godalming is readily accessed from the A3 and free car-parking is available to staff on the College campus. 

For all the latest Godalming College staff vacancies, please visit the vacancies section on a regular basis.

Learn more about Staff Benefits at Godalming College.

 

Current Vacancies

Exam Invigilators (casual hours) | Casual | £10.75 per hour

Are you looking for flexible employment opportunities locally? Godalming College, rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, is looking to expand it’s team of Invigilators. This is an ideal opportunity for a local person to supplement their income, whilst working within a team of friendly, intelligent and dedicated Invigilators. You should be well organised with a strong attention to detail, and have a desire to work with young people to ensure the smooth running of the exams in accordance with JCQ regulations.

Safer Recruitment Checks

Godalming College is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Therefore shortlisted candidates must complete a full College application form, may be subject to online searches and are required to complete a self-declaration of their criminal record or information that would make them unsuitable to work with children. Furthermore there is a requirement for all successful candidates to apply for an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service disclosure (DBS) in addition to referencing and qualification checks.  

Should you apply for a role at Godalming College, the College holds your data in accordance with Data Protection Laws and the General Data Protection Regulations 2018.  To learn more please see our privacy notice click here or contact our Data Protection Officer on dpo@godalming.ac.uk.

For key policies including Data Protection and Safeguarding and Child Protection please see our College Policies.

‘Leaders support staff very well. They take the well-being and workload of their staff into account when determining new processes and policies.  Staff benefit from extensive investment in professional development opportunities, which helps them develop both their subject and classroom skills.  Staff are highly positive about working at the College.’

Ofsted 2019

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