Tutor – Autism HREX60415

Location
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary
£22,181 per annum
Posted
19 Feb 2018
Closes
19 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Bridge College are a specialist FE college based in Openshaw, Manchester. They meet the needs of students up to the age of 25 years with learning difficulties and disabilities, complex needs, communication disorders and autism.  Our students take part in a wide range of subjects and have access to therapists, hydrotherapy, sensory rooms and gardens and other internal and external specialist facilities. They are currently recruiting for a Tutor who specialises in working with students with autistic spectrum conditions to join the team and engage, encourage and promote the skills of the students.  

As a specialist Tutor you will work with students aged 16 to 25 years with disabilities, complex needs but predominantly autism. Each class head count is small allowing you to create personalised plans for each student meaning you really will make a difference.

The role:

  • Developing and delivering a progressive and innovative curriculum which clearly evidences accreditation opportunities and the RARPA process in the area of literacy and numeracy, enterprise, travel training, daily living skills and ICT work related learning.
  • Design and manage person centred individual learning plans, setting comprehensive targets for the students with the aid of our dedicated support staff within the classroom and team of Therapists, Psychologist and Healthcare workers.
  • You will recognise their potential and inspire student to achieve and experience new challenges

Starting salary is £22,181 for 41 weeks per year. It is essential that candidates hold a recognised teaching qualification (PGCE/PGDE) and have experience of SEN.

Apply now to join our amazing team of Tutors for the coming academic year! For more information about Together Trust, Bridge College and to hear about our amazing benefits please contact the recruitment team today!

As part of Together Trusts commitment to our staff and service users, any new recruits will be required to undertake pre-employment checks and a tailored training programme before commencing their role. Each programme will be specific to the role and service you are successful for. The trust training programmes and therefore start dates are fixed so you will be required to attend the next available induction dependant on when your pre-employment checks are complete. We advise all successful candidates to be mindful of this when handing in their notice.

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