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Job Description

Role: Ambassador

Job Type: Contract

Salary: Up to £30,000

Location: Newcastle

Morgan Hunt are excited to work with a prestigious college in Newcastle to find a passionate Ambassador with a sales/research background on a contract basis. This role has many perks so if the below interests you and you live in and around Newcastle, please don\'t hesitate to apply!


  • Research and network with surrounding business to identify skills shortage and gaps in training.
  • Communicate with local authorities and the community to identify the priorities in employment
  • Feedback to the college regarding the gaps in employment to help design and implement courses to fill in the gaps.
  • Work with the surrounding community, businesses and existing department within the college to develop relevant courses.
  • Network with surrounding businesses, community and local authorities to promote tourism and hospitality opportunities.
  • Travel to different sites to undertake any necessary research


  • Confident personality to be able to network with relevant community members
  • Great communication and networking skills
  • Background in hospitality, sales, or research
  • Must have driving license
  • Must have enhanced DBS or be willing to apply for one.


  • Flexible working hours
  • Hybrid Working
  • Generous holidays

Newcastle college are looking for a member to join who aligns with their ambitions and values. Their goal is increasing inclusivity and diversity, respecting the community and the college members, working collaboratively as a team, and bringing inspiration to the college and community. It will be your mission as an ambassador to help Newcastle college fulfil this.

This exciting position has many benefits and opportunities, but it doesn\'t stop there. Please apply or contact us if this interests you!

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual\'s skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

  • Catering Assistant

    Catering Assistant

    Ref: 2324/062

    Hours: 21 hours per week during term time 38 weeks per year. 
    The working pattern will be over 5 days Monday – Friday
    Usual hours will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 10.30am – 2.30pm and Thursday 9.30am – 2.30pm. Flexibility is required around the demands of the business.  

    Salary: £10,794 per annum (i.e. £21,993 pro rata per annum). Plus benefits including a Generous Occupational Pension Scheme.

    About the role

    Please note that we do not accept CV applications. If you are viewing this vacancy through any job board then please go to our website and apply using our application form Catering Assistant | York College (
    We are looking for a Catering Assistant to join the College’s busy commercial catering outlets. The role involves serving customers, till operation, food preparation, replenishing stock, and ensuring the equipment and premises are cleaned to a high standard. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment while occasionally working under pressure to deliver food efficiently and on time, as part of a team, this is the role for you. 

    About the Person
    We are looking for a great team player with a positive, can-do attitude, and a flexible approach to work. Experience of food preparation and working in a catering environment would be advantageous, but not essential as training will be provided.  You should have a passion for delivering friendly and efficient customer service. Full uniform provided.

    About the College
    A college with an excellent track record for quality, we're amongst the top performers in the region.  We're one of the largest providers of A Level and vocational programmes for 16 to 19 year olds in the region. We also deliver a range of T Levels,Traineeships, Apprenticeships, degree level courses, working with over 1,000 employers, helping them to meet their current and future skills needs. 

    We are proud of our excellent achievement rates for students at all levels, as well as our outstanding student progression into higher-level study and employment.

    York College is proud to be part of a consortium of colleges and employers developing the Yorkshire and Humber Institute of Technology (IoT), designed to increase higher level technical skills for employers.

    With a vibrant working environment, excellent transport links to the city centre and surrounding area, plus on-site parking, you will find York College to be fulfilling and supportive place to work. As a member of College staff you will have full use of the College facilities including free gym membership at the Athletic Suite, our brand new state of the art gym.
    Please check out our website here:

    Want to know more? 
    For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Katie Everall, Catering Manager on 01904 770404 or [email protected]

    Important Notices

    1.    The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act
    The College is exempt from the provisions of the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974, by virtue of the fact that postholders have access to children and young people, and to vulnerable adults. 

    In such circumstances, York College is legally entitled to ask applicants for details of all convictions, and cautions irrespective of whether they are ‘spent’ or ‘unspent’. This means that you must disclose all convictions and cautions in your application.     

    2.    Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Checks
    We take the safety of our learners extremely seriously, and to ensure no unsuitable persons are employed, all successful candidates will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check, regardless of the role they undertake. For regulated roles (e.g. those roles providing teaching, training, instructing, advice and guidance, or supervision of children, or providing personal care to vulnerable adults) it is an offence to apply for the role if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children or to vulnerable adults. 

    3.    Online Search of Shortlisted Candidates
    Please note we will undertake online searches of all shortlisted candidates, to identify any candidates who may give cause for concern in relation to learner safety.

    Please note that we do not accept CV applications. If you are viewing this vacancy through any job board then please go to our website and apply using our application form Catering Assistant | York College (

    Most correspondence regarding vacancies will be sent via email, so please check your emails regularly for updates on your application. We would also advise to check your junk/spam folder as some emails may end up here depending on your mail provider settings.

    Closing date: Monday 18 December 2023 (9am)
    Interviews: Thursday 11 January 2024

    We are deeply committed to diversity and inclusion and wish to have a diverse workforce. We positively welcome applicants from all under-represented groups, including minority ethnic groups and those with disabilities. We are proud to be affiliated to the Black Leadership Group (BLG).

    As an employer we are committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health and well-being of all our staff.  York College has signed up to the ‘Mindful Employer’ charter for employers who are positive about mental health.  We are also a certified Disability Confident Employer. Disability Confident is a government scheme designed to encourage employers to recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions.

  • Executive Administrator

    Job Title:                  Trainee Project Coordinator  

    Department:             Community Learn

    Reports to:               Head of Community Learn

    Location:                  Earls Barton / Sheffield

    Job Purpose:


    The Trainee Project Coordinator is an integral part of the union and reports directly to the Head of Community Learn. The Trainee Project Coordinator will work as part of a team engaging Community members and expanding the union’s presence in the community. The role will involve shaping and supporting the coordination of regional campaigns in line with national initiatives, seek to recruit and organise members within new organisations including community groups, charity organisations, religious groups, and branches. The Trainee Project Coordinator will also oversee administration and delivery of learning services in supporting Community Learn in advancing the learning aims of the union.


    Responsibilities will include:

    • Support the coordination and delivery of campaigns, events & projects in alignment with departmental, regional & national initiatives.
    • Ensure the integration of equal opportunities is imbedded across all aspects of project, campaign and L&D planning.
    • Work alongside branches and employers to establish joint working committees to recruit and organise members.
    • Recruit & maintain a network of Learning Reps and other Community reps and support through coaching and engagement. 
    • Manage focus groups for ULRs & Community groups working with the team.
    • Oversee systems and procedures to ensure accurate engagement data is compiled for bespoke reports and learner records.
    • Work with regional offices and staff to identify and facilitate high quality bespoke training for our members.
    • Attending meetings, taking notes, and progressing actions as required.
    • Administration and maintenance of member records & achievements on internal management information systems and management of department’s event planner.
    • Support and engage with branches and regions to communicate & promote training opportunities and ‘In Your Community’ work.
    • Maintain good internal and external relationship management and engagement to establish good working inter-department relationships and build upon partnerships with external affiliates.
    • Represent Head of Community Learn at various external events and meetings.
    • Administration and other tasks as directed by the Head of Community Learn.



    • Ability to strategically plan ahead, and apply time-management to diarise, schedule and prioritise work plans, activities, projects and meetings.
    • Strong concise & succinct communication skills with ability to engage with members & affiliates.
    • Good attention to upkeep of records & outcome, with good analytical skills.
    • The ability to work well within a team and drive to work independently.
    • Act upon own initiative with ability to effectively oversee workload and work flexibly to meet organisational needs.
    • Proven ability to be innovative, adaptable, and creative with attention to detail.
    • Excellent administrative coordination, usage of appropriate IT programs, applications & devices to ensure professional efficiency in planning, documenting, compiling and the recording of information.
    • Work in compliance with GDPR regulations and union’s data policies.


    Personal Qualities & Understanding

    •      Awareness of the Government agenda on lifelong learning, local and regional policies.

    •      Understanding of (or awareness of) good trade union principles, beliefs and ethos.

    •      Strong awareness & commitment to equal opportunities and valuing diversity.

    •      A commitment to Community Vision & Mission Charter.

  • Personal Development Co-ordinator

    Personal Development Co-ordinator

    Hours; Full time, term time (37 hrs per week, working 40 weeks per year)

    Duration; Permanent

    Salary; £22,769 FTE (Pro-rata £20,141.81) per annum + benefits

    Location; Dearne Valley College, Rotherham

    About the Role

    The Personal Development Co-ordinator is a newly created position within our Student Support Service team, you will be based at Rotherham College, part of the RNN Group and will be responsible for the creation and delivery of an exciting and engaging programme of personal development activities and events for College learners to enhance their College experience.

    As a Personal Development Co-ordinator, the key duties of this role will be to create a programme of personal development activities, available to all learners and working with learners to understand key topics and themes. You will organise, coordinate and deliver events to develop the essential life and personal skills of students, including health, wellbeing and learning opportunities

    You will build effective partnerships with external organisations, who will provide guest speaker delivery and lead on learner voice activity.

    You will…

    You will have experience of working within an educational environment, ideally within a Further Education/Post-16 environment. Working as a team, you will be responsible for organising, co-ordinating, promoting and delivering events to develop essential life and personal skills of learners.

    You will have qualifications in English and Maths at Level 2 (GCSE) or equivalent, and a Level 2 qualification in Guidance/Counselling or similar. You will also be able to demonstrate good customer service skills and be able to work with respect and confidentiality.

    Department Info

    The role of Personal Development Co-ordinator will work within a team on site and with colleagues in similar positions across other RNN Group campuses in order to provide a consistent approach to events, delivery and offerings.  You will report to the Student Support Team Leader and work closely with colleagues in the Student Support teams onsite. You will also liaise with curriculum managers and tutors to ensure learners access appropriate personal development opportunities for their individual learner journey.

    Our excellent benefits and rewards package:

    • Access to local government pension
    • Up to 41 days annual leave per year including closure during Christmas period
    • Access to our gyms, restaurants and salons
    • Staff health & wellbeing and benefits schemes including in-house Occupational Health service
    • Full, part time and flexible working hours available in many roles
    • Parking available at all of our sites
    • Fantastic career development opportunities including funding for teacher training, apprenticeships and various other industry recognised qualifications

    What is the RNN Group?

    RNN Group’s main goal is to be an ‘outstanding’ education and training provider and this is at the heart of everything that we do. To help us achieve this we are looking to recruit highly motivated, innovative and dynamic individuals to join our existing teams. To be a part of the team at RNN Group we will expect you to be committed to our values too;

    • We are Inclusive,
    • We have Integrity,
    • We Deliver,
    • We are One Team.

    We are OFSTED ‘Good’ (November 2022)

    We celebrate diversity and are proud to have been recognised as Investors in Diversity for our work on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.  This means that you’d be working in a supportive environment that encourages, recognises and celebrates effort, achievement and cooperative attitudes. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, faith or disability. We are also proud to be part of the Disability Confidence Scheme.

    We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, vulnerable adults and young people. All new employees will be required undertake a DBS check.

    Closing date: Monday 11 December 2023 – if you are shortlisted for this post you will be contacted within a week of the closing date.

    If you require further information about this vacancy please contact the HR department on 01709 722750 or [email protected]