College Vacancies

The Building Crafts College specialises in construction-based courses in areas such as carpentry, joinery, wood machining, furniture making, stonemasonry, maintenance, formworking, construction operations, multi-crafts and heritage including a degree in historic building conservation.


New Vacancies: 

We have a number of new vacancies. Please see below and click where appropriate for the Job Description for each

Applicants should submit a CV, including the details of two referees, and a covering letter of no more than two pages by email to Carly King, PA to the Principal, at vacancies@thebcc.ac.uk.  Please send in your application as soon as possible. The Building Crafts College is committed to providing a quality all-round education for its students and to safeguarding and promoting their welfare. Candidates must be prepared to undergo appropriate pre-appointment screening, including an enhanced DBS check and reference checks.

Specialist Tutor for Bench Joinery and Site Carpentry
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Specialist Tutor in Wood and Technician
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Specialist Tutor in Wood (Part-time)
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As the College continues to grow and to meet this increasing need, the BCC would like to hear from experienced and qualified teachers who feel that they can contribute to the high quality training delivered at the College.

Please contact the Principal at david.dowdles@thebcc.ac.uk or ring on 020 8522 1705

We would particularly like to hear from practitioners in the following areas:

Multi-Crafts
We offer a wide range of courses in this area for both young students starting out on their careers and adult returners who participate in our pre-apprenticeship programmes and short courses.

Carpentry and Joinery
We offer courses in both site carpentry and bench joinery to wide range of students including full-time 16-18 years olds, adult returners, apprentices and those who wish to study on a short course

English and Maths
English and Maths tutors support our 16-18 and apprenticeship provision.

If you feel you have what it takes to be part of this dynamic college that offers its employees very favourable conditions of employment then please contact us.


In addition to the way our curriculum is delivered we feel that we can offer the opportunity for volunteers to become part of College life and support students, or the work of the College, outside the normal curriculum delivery. Further information about volunteering at the College can be found here.