Current vacancies

The FCRT is a unique residential, educational and transitional environment catering specifically for horse motivated young people with LDD in the heart of the New Forest. Everything our staff and students do is rooted in horse care, riding and yard routine.

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate and dedicated teaching professional to join our management team. The main purpose of this role is to lead, manage and develop the college curriculum to maximise the delivery of Equine Facilitated Education and Therapy, whilst ensuring that all core curriculum areas and independent living skills are accommodated in a practical learning environment over the extended day; on the yard with the horses, in the community, and residentially.

 

Key tasks also involve:

 

  • Allocating staff resources according to curriculum delivery and student need

  • Overseeing vocational and academic qualifications

  • Coordinating and developing the teaching observations cycle

  • Leading the report writing process

 

To be successful, you should have:

 

  • A L5 teaching qualification; a H&SC or equine qualification would be a bonus

  • Extensive experience of working with young people who have SEND

  • Experience of managing a curriculum in a vocational and SEND environment

  • The ability to lead, develop, motivate and support colleagues

 

This is a full time, permanent position, with a starting salary of £30,000 to £35,000 gross per annum, and a generous annual leave entitlement starting at 35 days per annum.

 

The FCRT can also offer commitment to your ongoing CPD, free meals whilst on duty, and the use of company vehicles whilst on business.

 

If you are interested and believe you have the relevant skills and experience, please email: m.pridham@fcrt.ac.uk for an application pack including job description and person specification.

 

For an informal chat to find out more about the role and what we do please call the main reception number, 01425 673297, and ask to speak to Suzi Barnett (Assistant Principal).

 

The college is committed to Safeguarding, and to promoting the welfare of children and young adults; we expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

Closing date for applications – 5pm, Thursday the 17th of June 2021

Interviews – Tuesday the 22nd of June 2021

Curriculum Manager

Part Time Cleaner

Working within the current cleaning team, you will report to the Housekeeping Team Lead and be responsible for the completion of daily, weekly and monthly cleaning routines.

 

You will ideally be familiar with Environmental Health Regulations and COSHH, you will have knowledge of infection control procedures, you will be able to work on your own initiative and as a part of a team, and you will be proactive in cleaning to a high standard.

 

4 hours per day, 5 days per week (Monday to Friday 4pm to 8pm).

 

Flexibility to provide input at special events would be desirable.

 

During term breaks, flexibility is also available to bring working hours into the daytime.

 

The college is committed to Safeguarding, and to promoting the welfare of children and young adults; we expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

Hours: 20 per week

Salary: £9,323.14 gross per annum

Annual Leave: Starting at 6 weeks per annum pro rata

 

This is a permanent position.

 

For further information and an application pack, please email m.pridham.@fcrt.ac.uk, or call 01425 673297.

 

Applicants who meet the role criteria will be interviewed on a rolling basis, and once the post is filled, this vacancy will be closed – so to avoid disappointment, apply early!

FCRT Assistants (Teaching Assistants)

We are looking for enthusiastic applicants who have a real interest in the education of young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities, and our method of delivery which is through working with horses. Fortune College is a specialist FE college with the aim of helping young people to extend their education and learn to become more self-reliant through working with horses, and by transferring that learning to everyday living skills.

 The role will include assisting in the delivery of taught sessions with and without the horses in both yard and residential settings. Students work towards achieving outcomes from their Education, Health and Care Plans and receive a multi-disciplinary approach to create an individualised education package.

 

If you are interested in being part of our team and believe you have relevant skills and experience, we would love to hear from you!

For an informal chat to find out more about the role and what we do please call the main reception number, 01425 673297, and ask to speak to Chantelle Doyle-Sopp (Curriculum Manager) 

Duties will include early morning, evening and weekend work either on the yard or residentially.

Various hours available

 

Salary: £18,646.29 per annum (FTE)