BCA is an inclusive and successful college where students develop excellent practical and employment skills. We have a strong culture of continuous improvement; this is evident across the College, where students thrive and are challenged to achieve their full potential.
Thank you for your interest in BCA. If you decide to join us you will be joining an exciting and vibrant college which is committed to your learning, training and development. At BCA, students can expect an outstanding level of commitment and support from tutors and staff.
We have high expectations of our students and will provide excellent support to enable you to achieve your goals.
Choosing a college is a huge decision and we know how challenging this can be. Our team of dedicated staff can provide you with all the assistance you need, so please do make contact with them for advice, guidance and information.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to BCA.
Principal of BCA
25th September 2020
SP18 £11,094 ( a pro rata of £18,125)
Learning Support Assistant - Health and Social Care and Early Years (Full Time, Term Time only, Fixed term until 25th June 2021) If you seek an opportunity for a ...
24th September 2020
SP18 £2,298 - £5,745 (a pro rata of £18,125)
Learning Support Assistant - Creative Arts (Two Part-time roles available, Term Time only, Fixed term until 2nd July 2021) If you seek an opportunity for a role ...
With over 2,000 learners, BCA is the pre-eminent provider of further education and professional training in Maidenhead and the surrounding area. We provide a wide range of vocational, academic, and occupational courses to 16–19 year-old students and to adult learners, as well as a successful Schools programme for 14-16 year olds.
At BCA we welcome applications from anyone who has the skills, qualifications and experience we require. Regardless of their race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religious belief or any other characteristic. BCA wishes to recruit individuals who can help our students achieve their full potential. Whether you are employed to work directly with students, or in one of our support functions, you can make a difference to our students’ lives and future prospects.
At BCA we offer a wide variety of benefits for our employees, including:
You’ll appreciate our generous leave entitlements of 35 days per annum for lecturing staff and 24 days per annum for support staff (pro-rata for part-time employment), all in addition to the statutory Bank Holidays.
We offer the following generous pension schemes to staff:
We operate a free car park for employees and students.
We have onsite kennels which staff can apply to hire for their dog/s for a very reasonable monthly fee. Spaces are limited and subject to availability.
Caterers BaxterStorey run several food and beverage outlets around the campus, all providing a wide range of high quality, locally sourced and reasonably priced meal options. There is also a well-stocked College shop run by our Foundation Studies students.
We offer a wide range of learning & career opportunities for employees.
We understand that situations arise where employees need time away from work which may include bereavement, emergency time off for dependants or time off for public duties, in addition to leave such as maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental & parental Leave.
We have a number of support roles within the College that offer term-time only working.
If you enjoy keeping fit, the College gym has recently been updated to include some state-of-the-art fitness equipment. We offer free use of the gym (following an induction) to employees.
We offer a cycle to work scheme for employees via CycleScheme. Further details about the scheme can be found here.
We understand the importance of health and wellbeing, organising a variety of events and initiatives throughout the year to promote employees physical and mental wellbeing.
We offer a complimentary EAP to all employees. BCA’s EAP provider is on hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide practical advice and where appropriate, emotional support to help employees manage any problems or issues effectively. There is also the option for face-to-face counselling sessions free of charge if required. This service is available to all colleagues and their immediate family. Examples of issues that colleagues may wish to seek help with include family, domestic, legal, financial, emotional or relationship problems.
The College participates in a Childcare Voucher Scheme which gives a tax break for working parents. Further details can be obtained from www.computersharevoucherservices.com
We are very fortunate to have the Busy Bees nursery on-site which provides childcare for children aged 3 months to 5 years. If you require further information regarding the nursery, please call 01628 825230.
Please follow the pages to the right for more information on current vacancies, equality and diversity, and the application process.
We welcome speculative applications.
Are you interested in working at BCA but don’t see a current vacancy that matches your skill set?
We are always interested to hear from talented people who share the College’s vision and values. If you’re thinking about a career move or looking to develop your career in the future, please email a copy of your current CV along with a covering letter listing the kind of opportunities you would be interested to email@example.com
We are keen to receive speculative applications from people who:
• want to make a real difference to the learner experience
• want to work for an organisation that respects every individual’s contribution
• enjoy working in a cohesive and collaborative environment
• are looking for a good work/life balance
• enjoy working in an environment where no two days are the same
We’ll keep your CV on file for six months and come back to you regarding any future opportunities that may be of interest to you.