South Shields Marine School
Tyne Coast College was created from the merger of South Tyneside College and South Shields Marine School, with TyneMet College and Queen Alexandra Sixth Form.
We offer a vast range of educational opportunities for those aged 14 to adults - including A’levels, vocational programmes, apprenticeships, Higher Education and specialist maritime training. Our portfolio is multi award winning with national accolades and a global outstanding reputation for maritime provision. The College has a high performing SEND provision which has been recognised nationally and is a regional specialist in teaching and learning for learners with SEN.
Tyne Coast College is the North East’s world leading maritime training provider and was awarded the Queens Anniversary Prize for its expertise in creating high-tech under and above water digital scenarios and was rated Ofsted ‘Good’ in October 2019.
As a strong proactive voice in the north east we are passionate about providing a dynamic and diverse curriculum brimming with the essential academic and vocational skills’ training that enables students to progress on to their chosen careers.
Our motto for a bigger, better, stronger future for the region encapsulates our commitment to the region, the business sector and those living and working in the north east.
Recruiting high-calibre, professional staff with vocational credibility is at the core of our success. We are looking for dynamic and innovative individuals with a passion for achieving excellence through delivering a first class quality service at all times.
TO APPLY AND TO VIEW DETAILS OF FURTHER EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE VISIT www.stc.ac.uk or contact the HR Department, email on email@example.com or Tel: 0191 427 3583. Please quote the appropriate post reference. All positions at the College are subject to DBS clearance.
Please note if you are successful at the shortlisting stage interview details will be sent to the e-mail address you applied from.
The College is an Equal Opportunities employer. All employees have a responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.