As well as providing a supportive and progressive working environment, there are also a wide range of benefits available to staff at the College, which include:
All staff start with 27 days leave per annum. For each two years of service completed a further day is awarded up to a maximum of 29 days per annum. In addition to the annual leave entitlement you are entitled to three extra days during the College’s Christmas closure, along with the normal bank holidays.
The College offers a competitive pension plan with the total contribution payable by the College being equal to twice your own gross contributions, up to a maximum of 10%.
Interest-free travel loan
On completion of the six-month probationary period, you may apply to the College for an interest-free loan to purchase an annual season ticket for the underground, rail or bus travel subject to HRMC guidelines. The sum will be deducted from your salary on a monthly basis.
On completion of the six month probationary period you may apply for the College’s childcare voucher scheme to help support the payment of childcare for children up to the age of 15, or 16 for children with a disability. This is a salary sacrifice scheme deducted from your salary on a monthly basis.
The College provides a comprehensive occupational health service for all staff, including flu vaccines.
Employee discount scheme
The College has recently introduced an employee discount scheme through Asperity Gateway Rewards. This scheme offers discounts on major retail outlets such as Sainsbury’s, Curry’s, etc, as well as offering special deals each month.
To support the costs of regular eye examinations.
Learning and Development Programme
The College offers a comprehensive learning and development programme for all staff, regardless of employment status. This is organised by the HR and Organisational Development Department.
Leadership Development Programme
The College has introduced a Leadership Development Programme for existing and aspiring managers. This is organised by the HR and Organisational Development Department.
Best Companies accreditation
The College is aspiring to achieve Best Companies accreditation. This is about excelling in every area which is critical to workplace engagement and includes personal growth and wellbeing. To find out more, please visit www.bestcompanies.co.uk.
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