Additional Support Tutor - Maths and English x5
London South East Colleges is one college with campuses across South East London. Following our recent mergers we have a very bright future - which you can be part of. We are committed to delivering the highest quality skills development in London and the South East and work with over 500 employers to ensure the education and training we deliver is exactly what industry needs.
Our community of students and tutors is diverse, friendly and caring. Our students are inspired to develop their strengths and achieve outstanding results with our support at every step.
We require enthusiastic and knowledgeable support tutors with good English and maths skills to join our successful team of Learning Support Practitioners and Specialist Tutors who provide a wide range of Additional Learning Support services to students across the college.
We are looking for individuals who can work with small groups and individuals to provide quality support in both English and maths to students at a range of levels up to and including GCSEs.
The successful candidate will be responsive and student-centred. They will be highly committed to providing outstanding tuition, advice and support to all learners at all levels, including those with additional learning support needs. S/He will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to motivate others. They may have a background in teaching or be newly qualified/teachers in training or have worked in providing academic support in schools or an FE environment.
As the College supports a number of children and vulnerable adults, all staff are exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Accordingly, most staff will be subject to either a 'Standard' or 'Enhanced' DBS (formerly CRB) check.
*Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be considered upon receipt; we reserve the right to interview before the closing date*.
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