We're Hiring!

We're currently hiring a range of roles across our teaching and support staff departments.

Conveniently located close to the M11 and A14, the college is located on the Biomedical Campus in its own attractive grounds in the beautiful and expanding city of Cambridge.  Long Road was judged by OFSTED to be Good all five categories, and we are now taking the next steps to become an Outstanding College.  If you are looking for a rewarding, stretching role that makes a difference every day, you can find it here. 

Click on each vacancy title for more information, or to make your application. Alternatively, click here for a full list of current vacancies. 

Exam Invigilators

  • Flexible, ad-hoc hours
  • Sessional / Hourly Paid
  • £10.50 per hour
  • Closes: 01 Dec 2023

As an Examination Invigilator you will support the Examinations Officer and Examinations Assistant by providing effective and efficient Invigilation during our busy examination period. No previous Invigilation experience is necessary as full training will be provided, but good communication skills are essential as is the ability to work with discretion and reliability. Working hours will be ad-hoc and variable, as determined by exam timetables, and allocated by mutual agreement.

Teacher of English - Maternity Cover

  • Part Time, Term Time
  • Fixed Term
  • £30,500 to £47,133 (£19,493 to £31,520 - Unqualified)
  • Closes: 05 Dec 2023 09:00

We are seeking a suitably qualified and dedicated professional to join our English & Media department. The department offers English Language GCSE, A level English Literature and A level English Language & Literature, and the ideal candidate will be able teach across the departmental provision.

Our ideal candidate is enthusiastic, organised and committed to our ethos of working in partnership with individual students to ensure that each achieves their full potential.

Progress Coach

  • Full Time, Term Time
  • Permanent
  • £27,608.00 (Actual starting salary) plus an additional £4,000 allowance
  • Closes: 06 Dec 2023 09:00

We are seeking a motivated and reliable team-player to join our highly successful team of Progress Coaches. In this role, you will also take a lead on supporting students into University, coordinating a programme of activities and  workshops to promote widening participation and engagement with higher education and degree apprenticeships and to inspire students (including those from under-represented backgrounds) to consider a broad range of post-18 options. You will support colleagues with the UCAS application cycle, support students during results and Clearing, and work closely with our Careers, Employability & Skills Lead to develop initiatives and evaluate their impact.

Progress Coach - Parental Leave Cover

  • Full Time, Term Time
  • Fixed Term
  • £30,288 to £32,259. Actual annual starting salary £27,608.68
  • Closes: 06 Dec 2023 09:00

We are seeking a motivated and reliable team-player to join our highly successful, established team of Progress Coaches. Responsible for a number of tutor groups and offering 1:1 guidance, you will be monitoring the academic progress and supporting the onward progression and broader College experience of an assigned group of KS5 students, helping them to achieve to their maximum potential.  Prior knowledge and experience of working with young people aged 16-18 is preferable, as are excellent interpersonal skills. 

Deputy Director of Student Care, Guidance and Progression

  • Full Time, Term Time
  • Permanent
  • £32,314.00 actual starting salary (Post Pay Award).
  • Closes: 11 Dec 2023 09:00

We are seeking to recruit a committed colleague to the post of Deputy Director of Student Care, Guidance and Progression. You will play a key role in implementing and evaluating college’s academic guidance procedures to support a high level of attendance, retention and progression, taking a lead role in implementing disciplinary procedures, and deputising for Directors when required. As well as supporting your own group of students with regular progress reviews and tutorials, the role involves working in partnership with students, parents/carers and fellow professionals to address barriers to learning, and you will work with colleagues across the college to develop and put in place successful interventions.