Eastleigh College is not just a place for learning, we have a host of committed staff in a huge variety of roles, who help to make this happen.
As one of the largest employers in Eastleigh, we employ over 600 staff in teaching, learning support, assessing, administration, sales, enrolment, IT and many more. The roles are hugely satisfying but demanding, our staff are confident, happy, have a strong work ethic and a commitment to the college values.
If you are interested in joining us, please have a look at our vacancies; all of the roles that we are recruiting for currently are shown below. If you are interested in teaching we can support you through your qualifications.
We regularly update the site with details of current vacancies, so please check back again if you can't find what you are looking for.
- Kickstart Scheme
- Leisure Course Tutor
- Digital Designer
- Sessional English or Maths Lecturer
- Career Advisor
- Apprenticeship Services Administrator
- Success Coach
- Human Resources Lecturer
How to Apply
Should you be interested in any of our vacancies please complete the application below (2 parts) and send it to email@example.com.
Please ensure you return both parts to ensure your application is complete.
References are requested prior to interview – please ensure when applying, you have provided the details of referees that cover your previous 5 years of employment. If your references do not cover 5 years, please provide details of a character reference.
Please ensure you have read and understood our Privacy Notice for Staff before completing an Application Form.
Proposed Institute of Technology is a step closer in the Solent region
Eastleigh College is one of six FE and HE providers collaborating with Solent University in a bid to become the first Institute of Technology (IOT) in the Solent LEP region. The proposal is to create an IOT specialising in digital technologies, engineering and marine.
920 learners gain Mental Health Awareness
Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week all learners aged between 16 and 19 currently studying at Eastleigh College were offered an extra fully-funded short course to raise awareness of the issues surrounding mental health difficulties. Over 920 learners took part.