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The code to a great computing career starts here

We’re recruiting computing lecturers to join our growing team.

Are you passionate about computing and learning? This is a fantastic opportunity to join a thriving team and inspire the next generation of computing professionals.

With generous holiday allowances of up to 49 days, family-friendly policies and full support to teach in industry-leading teaching facilities, now is a great time to think about new ways to use your skills.

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The code to a great computing career starts here

Training the future

We were awarded AAC Digital Provider of the Year 2024 for our outstanding work supporting the evolving IT and cyber ecosystem in the Gloucestershire and South West area.

Roles available

Our team is growing, and we have several part-time and full-time computing opportunities available. Whether you’re currently working in industry and looking for a new challenge, or you're an experienced teacher looking for your next step, we’d love to hear from you.

Roles available

This is an exciting time to join the Gloucestershire College. The introduction of the new Skills and Post-16 Education Bill on 18 May means further education will be a top priority for the government. They will be supporting the lifetime skills guarantee, enabling flexible access to high-quality education and training throughout people’s lives.

If you’ve got passion and the ability to inspire others, apply today or get in touch with our HR team for any questions you have, they'll be happy to help.

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You can benefit from:

  • Paid holiday of up to 49 days per year
  • Teachers Pension Scheme or People's Pension
  • Up to £4,000 scarce skills joining bonus after 12 months
  • Support and funding to complete teacher training qualification, if needed
  • Salary of up to £36,000 per year, depending on experience
  • Part-time considered, allowing you to continue working in industry
  • Professional development opportunities, ensuring you are kept up to date with the latest industry practices  
  • Links with industry experts such as CyNam
  • No experience teaching in the classroom? We can help
You can benefit from:

State-of-the-art facilities

Our £3 million IT and cyber facility, ADA: Advanced Digital Academy is the pinnacle of computing, forensic computing and cyber security training with cutting-edge cyber suites and the latest technology.

Kitted out with the latest hardware and software – and looking pretty impressive too – you'll have access to the optimal environment to teach students and apprentices and put theory into practice. 

ADA is comprised of an attack and defence room, eight computing labs, cyber-forensics tool kits, collaborative working areas and networking spaces. Watch the video to find out more.

Hear from our computing lecturers

Osesie Sallau

Teaching keeps me at the cutting edge in my field. I constantly challenge myself to stay up to date with new trends and directions. My teaching career stems from my love for learning and passing this knowledge on to others. It enables me to inspire learners and provide them with tools to optimise their potential and create positive change. It’s a great team with lots of growth opportunities. There is constant training and mentorship which is done in a very supportive manner with lots of room for creativity and innovation.

Osesie Sallau

Associate Computing Lecturer

Oliver Doughlas

Within computing everyone has similar goals, objectives and are like minded – you can have a conversation about the wackiest stuff and… they get it, which is great. I can talk about AI, CPU architecture, the new tech in game developments and (in most cases) not get bored. Be a lecturer that puts 110% in, be a lecturer that puts the learners first, and do all of this, at the place I had the best experience at throughout my education was ultimately what got me into teaching.

Oliver Doughlas

Computing Lecturer

Pranith Accapanda

My background as a network engineer provided me with technical skills and problem-solving abilities that I wanted to pass on to students. Becoming a lecturer seemed like the perfect way to combine my passion for teaching with my industry experience, all while staying connected to the evolving world of computing. It's incredibly rewarding to see students apply their knowledge to address real-world challenges and contribute to positive change.

Pranith Accapanda

Lecturer in Computing

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