Work at BMet
We are on an exciting journey! You could be a part of our students’ experience and make a huge difference all while working for a great organisation.
BMet is home to thousands of bright and enthusiastic students and talented and experienced staff. We are passionate about providing the qualifications and training that local employers and communities need. Our goal is to prepare all our students for the world we work and live in, both now and in years to come.
We offer a wide range of career paths in professional services roles as well as teaching, tutoring and support positions. We know that our diversity is a source of strength and we warmly welcome people from all backgrounds and particularly encourage applications from people who are currently under-represented at college. Join our team!
Working at BMet provides a real opportunity for you to make a difference to the communities we serve, as well as giving you the environment to develop your career in an exciting and dynamic organisation. Our benefits include generous annual leave entitlements, education membership discounts with a large variety of well-know retailers and high-street stores, salary sacrifice schemes for example Cycle to Work, continued Professional Development, including in-house teacher training, professional qualifications and a variety of training courses, Teacher’s Pension Scheme and Local Government Pension Scheme and excellent transport links for all our colleges. James Watt College and Sutton Coldfield College offer free parking.
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Hear what our staff say!
“Coming from a Community Development background I thought working in education would make my skills redundant. However, I have been given the space to utilise my skills in a way that I didn’t think was possible.”
“For me the college is the people that make it up, and we have such great people who are invested in the future of our students and care deeply about BMet’s role in untapping the talent of those who live in our communities.”
“The variety of professional services roles is wide – skills such as empathy and people management are valued but so are skills in managing finance and data analysis.”