Vacancy – Receptionist and Administration Assistant – NCD

Receptionist and Administration Assistant

Salary: Band D on the NCLT Support Staff Scale (£18,729 – £19,844, pro rata) depending on experience.  Actual salary £16,648 – £17,639

A recruitment and retention allowance may be offered for an outstanding candidate.

Contract Type: Full time, 40 weeks (0.8889 fte)

Contract Term: Temporary – Maternity cover from 4 October 2021 until approx. October 2022

Start Date:  4 October 2021

Closing Date: 1 August 2021

Interview Date: 17 August 2021

Please Note:  Interviews will be held at New College Pontefract

Applications should be submitted to

An exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of our organisational development

We are looking to appoint a talented and enthusiastic Receptionist and Administration Assistant to run a professional and welcoming front of house service.  The successful candidate will have first class customer service skills, communication and personal skills.  Highly organised, with attention to detail and a high level of IT skill, you will also support a number of other administrative teams.

Working hours: Monday to Friday 8.00am – 4.15pm (Tuesdays to 2.45pm, Friday 4.00pm).

New College Doncaster is a great place to work and study, with excellent results in both A level and BTEC qualifications.  The college was the top performing A level provider in Doncaster in 2019 DfE performance tables and has outstanding achievement rates. With 1300 students, New College Doncaster is an academic sixth form college offering a distinctive young adult ethos. Alongside its sister colleges, New College Pontefract and New College Bradford, the Trust presents exciting opportunities for collaboration, support, development and progression.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious candidate to join our dynamic team at the forefront of change and to make a real difference to raising standards of education in the local community.  New College Doncaster delivers primarily A Level provision, alongside a number of Level 3 applied general qualifications and a very small amount of Level 2 provision.