To provide universally accessible vocational and professional education and training with an international dimension, responsive to the needs of the individual and the economy.
MCAST is Malta’s leading vocational education institution comprising of three colleges offering a broad variety of courses within six institutes. MCAST also offers selection of its courses at its Gozo Campus.
The MCAST Foundation College offers certificate and diploma courses at MQF level 1 , 2 and 3. The MCAST Technical College offers Advanced Diplomas at MQF level 4 while the MCAST University College offers Higher diploma and degree courses up to MQF level 7.
The MCAST Institutes are as follows:
- Applied Sciences including the Centre for Agriculture, Aquatics and Animal Sciences
- Creative Arts
- Engineering and Transport including Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Building and Construction Engineering , Aviation and the Centre for Maritime Studies
- Business Management and Commerce
- Community Services
- Information and Communication Technology
- Gozo Campus
MCAST aims at creating collaborative relations with industry so as to ensure that students following our courses would be able to transfer gained skills and knowledge within the economic sector. This would facilitate even further students’ transition from education to employment while meeting the requirements and challenges of the industry within the local and global scenario.
Recruitment Policy at MCAST
The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology seeks to attract qualified and /or experienced candidates who support the mission of the College to successfully support the academic and non-academic operations while respecting and promoting excellence through equity, diversity and integrity. The College is committed towards the provision of equal opportunity and anti-discriminatory practices and follows recruitment and selection processes that comply with all applicable local employment laws.
MCAST is committed to providing educational services of quality and standard to our students. To achieve this objective we understand and recognise the importance of recruiting the most suitable applicants for all different vacant positions, being of a lecturing nature, managerial, technical, or administrative positions that arise within the College.
MCAST advertises any vacant positions internally or/ and externally as deemed appropriate and depending on the nature of the vacancy, following the approval from competent authorities to engage the required personnel for the job.
All interested internal, external or candidates being referred by JobsPlus can apply through this same recruitment portal by submitting all documents as per standard practice.
MCAST encourages career advancement among internal staff members so as to increase participation and opportunity for growth within the College.
The College is committed to provide an environment that is free from harassment and discrimination as per regulating employment law.
Overview of the MCAST Recruitment Process
This portal is intended to aid candidates in applying for careers that would of interest to them and who pursue to join our successful team. You are therefore encouraged to apply for any positions that would be of interest to you.
Following the closing date of each call, the Selection Board would proceed with reviewing all applications that would have been submitted through the portal.
It is the mission of the HR recruitment policy at MCAST to be consistent, transparent and fair in the careful screening of all applications depending on the nature of the position as well as on the qualifications and experience required for each of the arising vacancies. This would ensure that candidates are graded through a systemic, standardised and rigorous approach.
Candidates who are eligible as per delineated profile requirements, would be called for an interview to discuss further the prospect of employment and to assess suitability of each candidates for the post.
Following the conclusion of the interview process, candidates would be notified of their result and should appointment follow, candidates would also be required to provide the HR department with names and contact details of two referees, ideally one of whom would be a previous employer. Additionally transcripts, qualifications, and other certification or documentation such as accreditation statements for overseas qualifications shall be validated.
MCAST reserves the right to conduct any checks of the presented documentation prior to issuing an offer of employment.
From time to time, successful candidates would be required to attend any organised training initiatives and courses to ensure that the development of skills and knowledge are in place and consequently provide opportunities of professional growth to every staff member.