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NEC’s team of experienced staff are right at the core of what we do

Coming from a range of backgrounds, with each individual making a worthwhile contribution to the College’s work, the staff work closely together to provide a first-class service and look for ways to improve how NEC delivers education to its students.

Staff vacancies will appear below.

Exams and Assessment Administrator (maternity cover)

NEC is looking for an Exams and Assessment Administrator on a 12-month fixed term contract.

This role will provide administrative support to the Exams and Assessment Manager for the provision of NEC’s exams and assessment services. This will involve providing exam entry and exam results advice, guidance and support to NEC’s distance learning students, and ensuring that key exams and assessment tasks are carried out at set times of the year, as well as ensuring NEC compliance with awarding body examination and assessment regulations.

Find out more in the job description.

To apply, please email helen.smith@nec.ac.uk with a CV and covering letter setting out:

  • What appeals to you about the role?
  • The support and development you would need to be successful?
  • Current salary?
  • Notice period (if relevant)?
  • If you live outside of Cambridge, would travel be an issue (where applicable)?

A level and IGCSE Business Tutor

NEC is looking to recruit an experienced Business tutor to support students on our online A level and IGCSE Business courses.

We look for tutors who are passionate for their subject(s) and can demonstrate this in the feedback and support provided to students.

Requirements include:

  • Experience of current or very recent experience of teaching A level Business (AQA 7132) and IGCSE Business (Edexcel 4BS1)
  • A degree in a relevant subject and a recognised teaching qualification
  • Ideally, experience of distance tutoring and providing online support for remote learners
  • Tutor should have a current DBS check and have experience of teaching the course to school/sixth form students and is happy tutoring under-18 learners.
  • Familiar with using Moodle or similar learning management system (LMS)

Further information on the services provided by a tutor can be viewed here.

Please send a copy of your current CV to tutor.recruitment@nec.ac.uk.

CMI tutor

Do you understand the theory and practice of leadership and management?

Can you communicate that knowledge clearly to learners?

NEC is looking to recruit an expert CMI tutor to support students on our online Level 3 and Level 5 courses in Management and Leadership.

You would be a perfect fit with us if you have:

  • A degree in business or significant business experience
  • A recognised teaching qualification
  • Experience in the delivery and assessment of professional business
    qualifications

As a long-established educational charity delivering distance learning courses to a wide range of learners we would expect you to believe in lifelong learning and in the transformative nature of education.

Further information on the services provided by a tutor can be viewed here.

Please send a copy of your current CV to tutor.recruitment@nec.ac.uk.

Could you be an online distance learning tutor?

Having the right tutor makes a huge difference to a student’s experience. Time and again we hear from students who tell us that their tutor gave them confidence to succeed after years of thinking that they would never gain the qualifications they needed to change career, or go on to university. Whilst we currently have vacancies (listed above), we are always happy to receive speculative CVs.

General requirements for tutoring:

We look for tutors who are passionate for their subject(s) and can demonstrate this in the feedback and support provided to students.

For A level, IGCSE or GCSE tutoring we ask that:

  • you have a degree in a relevant subject and a recognised teaching qualification
  • you are ideally, currently teaching and are very familiar with the current educational climate, particularly the changes to A Level teaching.

In addition we welcome those who are also examiners and have experience of working with awarding bodies, and those with knowledge of distance tutoring and the use of Moodle or similar Virtual Learning Environments.

You should be prepared to attend standardisation, or course review events, which are held annually for courses where non-exam assessment (NEA) is part of assessment. These may be at our NEC Office (Cambridge) or online.

Tutors should be happy to tutor students of all ages, including those who are under 18.

Further information on the services provided by a tutor can be viewed here.

Please send a copy of your current CV to tutor.recruitment@nec.ac.uk.