Management Information System Officer (MIS) Vacancy

MIS Officer Vacancy

Cadbury  Sixth  Form  College is  seeking  an  enthusiastic MIS  Officer to  join  our Management Information System team on a Full Time basis.

The post holder will be expected to carry out day to day tasks with the minimum of supervision and be proactive in developing the role.

Please see the job description for full details of the role.

The successful candidate will be placed on the Sixth Form Colleges’ Pay Spine for Support Staff Grade 5 between Point 26 (£20,924 ) and Point 29 (£22,941) depending on experience.

Full Time/Fixed Term Chef Vacancy

Fixed Term Chef Vacancy

Cadbury Sixth Form College wishes to appoint a term time only Chef to work on 36 hours per week, starting as soon as possible, on a fixed term contract until 31st July 2018.

The main duties of this role is to provide an excellent catering service for Cadbury College students and staff.

Please see the job description for full details of the role.

Successful candidate will be placed on the Sixth Form Colleges’ Pay Spine for Support Staff Grade 3 point 18 (£16,804) to point 21 (£17,946) depending on experience, pro rota.

Please note that applications must only be submitted using a Cadbury College Application Form. We are unable to accept applications made by personal cv or generic application form, and any applications received in this manner will not be forwarded for shortlisting.

Meet the new Interim Principal Andrew Cropley

Andrew Cropley - Interim Principal

Cadbury Sixth Form College is pleased to announce that Andrew Cropley will become the Interim Principal from 1st January 2018.  Andrew has recently led Stratford Upon Avon towards its imminent merger with Solihull College.

Andrew has held senior positions in other Colleges following a distinguished Royal Navy career.

Andrew and his team will work with the FE Commissioner’s Team and the Education & Skills Funding Agency to identify a partner for Cadbury Sixth Form College with which it can develop a prosperous and sustainable future, providing strength through size to increase its effectiveness.  As well as building a successful partnership, Andrew’s priorities will be to continue to improve the quality of teaching and learning, to maximise success for students and to ensure that courses meet the needs of the local community.

Assessment Week 2

Assessment Week 2

Due to the weather conditions, the college has been closed and will hopefully be open as normal on Thursday 14th December. It is advised that all students use this time to revise and go over topics they have learned this term. Assessment Week 2 is approaching and this time away from college should be used productively.

Assessment Week 2 will take place in the last week of the term. Students should spend the remaining time they have reading over class notes to prepare for this week. Creating revisions notes and cue cards can be helpful for remembering key topics. Spider diagrams and mind maps are also useful revision tools to help go over course content. Creating your revision notes in colour and trying to memorise them will make it easier to remember the content you need for your assessments. 

College Closed Wednesday 13th December

College Closed - Extreme Weather Conditions

Due to the adverse weather conditions, a decision was made to close the college on Monday 11th December and Tuesday 12th December; for the health and safety of all students and staff. The snow and ice on the college campus is currently being cleared and we expect the college to be open as normal on Thursday 14th December but confirmation of this will be announced on the website and social media platforms.

For year 11 students that were invited to the college for interviews on either Monday 11th, Tuesday 12th or Wednesday 13th, your interviews will be rearranged. 

If you have any questions, please contact us via email. 
 

Cadbury Pathways leading to careers in Birmingham

Career Pathways & Employment

Cadbury College’s Pathways are designed to cover a whole range of careers and occupations, making it easier for students to choose what to study. Not only do our subjects cover a wide range of careers but we have a number of different qualifications to find something that is suitable for each individual. Birmingham's job market is growing and research shows A-Level qualifications will play a big part in getting a job in Birmingham (read more here).