Our vision is to be the first choice provider of education and training in our region, and at IEG we have a clear purpose to transform lives through inspirational education and training.
Our continued success is down to the hard work, determination and quality of our staff across the group. We believe everyone here has a part to play in doing all we can to further the success of our students, and we value each and every member of staff. In return, they become part of a caring and friendly team with a supportive and inspiring ethos.
We are an equal opportunities employer. Applications are welcome from all sections of the community and, in particular, from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities, as they are currently underrepresented within the organisation’s workforce. Disabled applicants who meet the person specification will be guaranteed an interview.
Should your application be successful, your offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory safer recruitment checks. These checks are in line with the Keeping Children Safe in Education statutory guidance and will include (as a minimum) an enhanced DBS Check, reference checks, prohibition check, a qualification documentation check and identity documentation check to ensure that you have the Right to Work in the UK. Please note that online searches may also be conducted as part of the due diligence process.
IEG has a zero-tolerance approach to sexual harassment, violence and bullying.
IEG has the right to close jobs before the closing date.
For further information please contact:
email address: email@example.com,
phone number: Peterborough – 01733863011 / Stamford – 01780484342
Generous holiday entitlement of between 30-37 days holiday per annum (depending on role). Plus 8 bank holidays and 3 discretionary days. Part-time staff receive a pro-rata amount.
23.8% employer contribution through Teachers Pension Scheme or 22.3% employer contribution through Local Government Pension Scheme for Support Staff. Both schemes include life assurance and death in service benefits.
Annual Personal Development Reviews
Opportunities for career progression and to apply for sponsorship for HE/professional qualifications.
On-site professional development and training and support with teacher training.
Apply for financial support to further your development. Apply via that apprenticeship levy or financial support.
We value our people and are keen to offer all the help and support they need in managing their health and wellbeing.
Providing comprehensive support for personal and professional problems and access to a wide range of well-being resources and programmes.
Fully equipped fitness suites at both campuses. We are also members of the ‘Cycle to Work Scheme’ and have a discounted Burghley Park Golf Club membership offer.
Occupational sick pay schemes.
Generous occupational maternity and adoption benefits are available, along with up to 12 months off work. Access to paternity and shared parental leave scheme.
Occupational health consultants, support and advice available.
We are committed to inclusive and accessible recruitment communicating vacancies, offering interviews to disabled candidates who meet the person specification, providing reasonable adjustments, and supporting existing employees.
Relevant to your role, access to hearing and lung function tests and free eyesight tests for regular PC users.
We offer part-time, term-time only and flexible/hybrid working opportunities and a process for considering requests for flexible working patterns to help you balance work and other aspects of your life.
Support for staff affected by stress, access to a free counselling helpline, ‘Time to Care’ events, access to a cross-group chaplaincy service.
Awards and vouchers, staff discounts platform and instant recognition scheme.
Mental health and stress awareness training and resources, Mental Health First Aid training (MHFA) and access to our dedicated mental health champions.
An opportunity to take part in wellbeing activities as part of our annual Staff Development Conference.
We thrive through embracing and celebrating our differences including our culture, ethnicity, disability, gender, age, religion and sexual preference.
To exemplify our commitment to supporting employees and raising awareness, we’ve signed the Wellbeing of Women Workplace Menopause Pledge.
In signing the pledge, which was launched in October 2021 by Wellbeing of Women, we have committed to:
In addition to our on-site salons, restaurants and food outlets, we offer staff access to our;
QRS recruits temporary workers to work within Inspire Education Group on a casual, hourly, and paid basis. We recruit teaching, assessing, learning support and non-academic workers at both college sites in the Lincolnshire and Peterborough areas.
What QRS provides:
Be a part of your local college’s mission to provide learners with high quality education and immerse yourself in an exciting environment striving for excellence.
All vacancies are based at Stamford or Peterborough College. You must be willing to undergo a DBS check to be offered work which our team can process.
Please contact Talent acquisition specialist on 01780 484 373 or Katalin Cserhalmi at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Inspire Education Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks along with other relevant employment checks.