Tutor in Health & Social Care

York College
26181.00 - 34442.00 GBP Annual
12 Oct 2016
09 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

GBP26,181 - GBP34,442 per annum (subject to qualifications) plus benefits

About the College

This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the major providers of education and training in Yorkshire and Humberside. We are one of the largest providers of A Level and vocational programmes for 16 to 19 year olds in the region. We also deliver a range of Traineeships and Apprenticeships and work with over 1,000 employers, helping them to recruit apprentices and provide bespoke training for their employees. We also offer a range of Higher Education courses for full and part-time study as well as many Adult Learning opportunities.

We are proud of our outstanding success rates for students studying at all levels, which have been consistently above national averages for the last 21 years, as well as the outstanding student progression into higher-level study and employment.

We are proud to have been judged as 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. We are also 'outstanding' in terms of our financial health. We have first-class resources designed with post-16 students in mind and recently opened a brand new Construction Centre. These, combined with the highest standards for individual student achievement, provides an outstanding environment for teaching and learning.

About the Role

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Tutor within the Health & Social Care Division. The Division has a range of successful programmes in Health & Social Care at all levels from Level 2, 3, Access, Foundation and Extended Degrees.

The successful applicant will deliver across programmes at Level 2, Level 3, and Access to Allied Health Professions. Previous experience of delivering Health & Social Care Modules/Units is essential for this post.

Applicants must hold a minimum Level 5 HE Diploma or a Degree qualification.

A working knowledge of the sector would be desirable.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Alison Davis, Head of Division of Early Years and Health Care on or email

Closing Date: 30 November 2016

Interviews: 9 December 2016

We encourage applications from people in under-represented groups who are looking for new and challenging career opportunities. To achieve this, black and ethnic minority applicants who meet the essential criteria outlined in the person specification will be short-listed for interview.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check is required for this post.