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Working at the College

We’re looking for talented and enthusiastic people from all backgrounds to help us train and develop the next generation.

With more than 600 members of staff, hundreds of courses, five campuses and over 10,000 students, we are at the forefront of education in our region and would love for you to join us.

 

As a member of our College community, you will be joining a friendly and supportive workplace that will enable you to learn and grow in your career. Whether you’re looking for teaching, support, or office-based role, you can find it here.

The Benefits

We really care about our people. As a member of College staff, you will have access to a wide range of benefits, wellbeing services and opportunities for professional development.

Generous annual leave

We offer the highest holiday entitlement in the City Region.

Pension Scheme

We contribute 5% for support staff and up to 24% for teachers.

Competitive Salary

Our salaries are the highest within FE in the City Region.

Eyecare vouchers

Free eye tests through a voucher scheme with Specsavers Opticians.

Counselling

Access to a free, independent and confidential 24-hour counselling service.

Sport & Fitness Suite

Our excellent sports and fitness facilities can be used free of charge by staff.

...and much more!

Current Vacancies

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Becoming a tutor

New to teaching?

 

Don’t worry. If you’ve got subject knowledge, industry experience and want to share your skills with others, you could make a great teacher.

 

You don’t necessarily need any qualifications or previous teaching experience to get started. We’ll help you to find your feet and can provide training during your employment if you need it.

 

If you’ve got experience of teaching in other educational settings or are already qualified, we’d love to hear from you too.

Teach alongside your job

Teaching can be incredibly flexible. You can teach full-time, part-time or on an ad-hoc basis to fit around your other commitments.

A career you’ll love

Sharing your skills and inspiring the next generation can be really fun and rewarding.

Much-needed variety

Every day is different - which is why many people are switching a day on the tools for a day in the classroom.

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    Meet the team

    We’re proud to have some incredibly talented, dedicated and hardworking people working at the College. Our staff are from a range of different backgrounds and many years’ experience working in industry.

    Peter Walsh is a professional joiner, born and bred in Bootle, who’s been involved in education for over 25 years

    Peter's story

    Kelvin Njozi is a health and social care tutor, who has worked as a medical doctor in clinical practice for four years.

    Kelvin's story

    Nina Akkus worked as an early year’s practitioner and progressed through Levels 4, 5 and 6 at the College before deciding teaching was the right path.

    Nina's story

    Jessica Middleton has been teaching whilst running her own photography business for 11 years.

    Jessica's story
    • Peter Walsh is a professional joiner, born and bred in Bootle, who’s been involved in education for over 25 years

      Peter's story
    • Kelvin Njozi is a health and social care tutor, who has worked as a medical doctor in clinical practice for four years.

      Kelvin's story
    • Nina Akkus worked as an early year’s practitioner and progressed through Levels 4, 5 and 6 at the College before deciding teaching was the right path.

      Nina's story
    • Jessica Middleton has been teaching whilst running her own photography business for 11 years.

      Jessica's story

    Awards & Accreditations

    What our staff are saying?

    “Since being at the college, I have been thoroughly supported by my line managers and this has given me the confidence and opportunity to further develop my career within the college.”

    David Poynton

    Main Grade Lecturer, Sport & Exercise Science

    “When I came in,my colleagues were always ready to help. They recognised that I was new to teaching and to the College. In those three months, there was this support and this positive work environment.”

    Kelvin Njozi

    Tutor, Health and social care

    “I have worked at the College for 22 years and I love working here. It is a friendly and supportive environment and over the years, I have received a vast amount of CPD training.”

    Samantha Granby

    Deputy Head of School, Hair and Beauty

    Contact us

    If you require assistance or have questions about working at the College, please contact our recruitment team.

    recruitment@liv-coll.ac.uk