The WEA is committed to encouraging Diversity and Equality, and welcomes applications from disabled people and from members of ethnic minority groups.
Becoming a WEA Tutor
The WEA is always interested to hear from qualified tutors across England and Scotland. Our tutors are paid an hourly rate and employed on a sessional basis. Around 2,000 tutors are employed at any one time to deliver courses in England and Scotland. If you are interested in tutoring with us, you can read more on our Teaching with Us information page. If you would like to make an application to be considered as a tutor, you can apply directly to your local WEA region for inclusion in our “pool” of potential course tutors. This does not guarantee an offer of a course, but your details will be held for consideration when vacancies occur. You can download an application form here.
Jobs at the WEA
The WEA operates through nine Regions in England and a Scottish Association. We employ staff in the areas of education, teaching, management, finance and administration. Vacancies are advertised in national and local media as well as on this page of our website.
We are looking to recruit a Payroll Assistant & Deputy Team Leader on a fixed term contract for 12 months initially.
The post holder will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of the Association’s payroll and pensions processing and administration and will be required to ensure timely and accurate processing and checking of the Association’s Core and Sessional Staff payrolls and expenses.
The post holder will also be required to deputise for the Payroll team leader in their absence and have experience of payroll processing, payroll legislation and pension auto enrolment.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Thursday 9th July 2015.
Interviews will be held in East Midlands Regional Office on Thursday 16th July 2015.
To apply for this role, you will need to submit a written expression of interest which details how you meet the requirements set out in the Job Description and Person Specification which should be a minimum of 1 side of A4. You may also submit a summary CV, maximum 2 sides of A4.
You can download the full Job Description and Terms and Conditions here.
Please ensure that your expression of interest is emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date of 12 noon on Thursday 9th July.
We are looking to recruit a Feedback Manager to lead and manage a high quality complaints and feedback service which informs service improvement and supports quality assurance, enhancing outcomes for students, volunteers, and partner organisations.
The post-holder will also be responsible for leading and managing the Association's Safeguarding and Prevent duties, ensuring compliance with best practice. They will also work with Curriculum, Quality and Student Support staff to develop the student voice in the WEA, enabling student views and needs to significantly influence the direction of the WEA.
The Feedback Manager is expected to have detailed knowledge of complaints processes, along with extensive experience of managing complaints in diverse and complicated organisations. You will be systematic and organised and also be able to develop productive working relationships with diverse groups at all levels, including Senior Managers and Trustees and a variety of external organisations.
It is essential that you are willing to travel within the UK, with possible overnight stays when required.
We offer generous terms and conditions including 30 days holiday (plus bank holidays), pension scheme – subject to eligibility. Please note holiday entitlement, including bank holidays is pro-rata for part time staff.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 23rd July 2015 in Manchester
For full details on the role, including how to apply please click here.
Please click here to download the application form.