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Technician in Catering

£21810 - £23343
 

Job Description

About the Role 

As a Technician, you will be primarily responsible for providing Technician support to Lecturing/Assessing staff. The post holder may also be required to provide support to staff and resources across all campuses when required throughout the School and College as required. 

£21,810 - £23,343 (FTE)

25 hours per week x 38
weeks per year (TTO)

Further Information:

Staff employed at Coleg y Cymoedd will have responsibility for the safeguarding and for the promoting the welfare of learner.
Undertake such other duties as may be reasonably required by the College, either at your principal place of work or other College premises, commensurate with the grade and responsibilities of the role.

It is recognised that duties and responsibilities of all posts may change from time to time and job descriptions may be amended in consultation with the post holder to reflect those changes which are commensurate with the role.

Application Guidance:

In line with the College’s Recruitment Policy, we will use the Person Specification to shortlist candidates. You should evidence how you have met all the Essential Criteria and, where applicable the Desirable Criteria outlined in the Person Specification. You should supply written evidence on how you fulfil each of the Essential Criteria (and if met, Desirable). You should outline in your ‘Further Information’ section evidence of how you meet the criteria in the same order in which they appear on the Person Specification.

Please note, Coleg y Cymoedd reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient application be received.

Contact: 

If you have any questions about the role or for an informal conversation please contact [email protected] 

All applications should be returned by Midday on the date of closing. Any applications received after this time may not be considered for short-listing.

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    Rydym yn awyddus i benodi aseswr seiliedig ar waith brwdfrydig a hunangymhellol i ymuno â'n tîm. Mae hyblygrwydd, gwaith tîm a sylw i fanylion yn briodoleddau sydd eu hangen i weithio o fewn y maes cwricwlwm hwn sy’n ehangu yng Ngholeg Gwent.

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    I wneud cais, ewch i: https://www.coleggwent.ac.uk/cy/work-for-us

    Dyddiad Cau: 13/12/23

    Dyddiad Cyfweliad: 20/12/23