Management and Business Support
Although the mix of experience and expertise we look at for City and Islington College varies widely, there are some core qualities and skills that are essential to every role. These include excellent communication skills, an ability to work well with a wide variety of people, a commitment to safeguarding and to the College's core aims.
We look for management and business support staff that want to be part of teams that think, innovate and achieve great things together. These teams specialise in nine key areas:
In Finance, as well as delivering a range of essential core services, there'll be chances to get involved in groundbreaking initiatives aimed at improving efficiency and effectiveness.
Our ICT roles will give you responsibility for a range of hardware, software and network equipment that's a match for most large organisations.
In HR, you'll be working in a partnership role, making sure the college attracts, recruits, motivates, rewards and develops the talent we depend upon.
On the Marketing team you'll get exposure to the full mix of marketing and communication channels used to promote a world-class college.
Estates and Facilities
In Estates and Facilities, you can expect to get a taste of the full flavour of work that's involved in the safe and secure operation of five world-class education and training settings.
A role in the Exams team means you'll see close up the incredible range of subjects we teach and will make sure all exams pass-off smoothly, as well as capturing and recording all results.
Management Information Services
Join Management Information Services and you'll be helping make sure we meet all our statutory reporting requirements and are equipped with the insight we need to plan for the future.
Being part of the Learning Centre team means you'll directly contribute to student success by creating an innovative and supportive environment in a world class College.
Employability and Workforce Development
You will be involved in the provision of pre-employment training to the unemployed, as well as the provision of training to businesses needing to upskill their workforce to improve their ability to compete in the global market.