Personal Support Tutor
Personal Support Tutor - 37 hours per week -38weeks of the year -GBP20,870.64 - GBP22,943.16 pro rata depending on experience and qualifications.
An exciting opportunity has become available to join our expanding Personal Support team as a Personal Support Tutor. We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated candidate to help drive forward the department.
Not only does the position offer a very competitive salary range but also an attractive benefits package which is inclusive of a lucrative pension scheme, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, free training and also numerous money saving options with local organisations.
Working for one of the top 5% of colleges in the UK you will support the Personal Support team in driving forward on our journey to Ofsted Outstanding.
- Providing information, advice and guidance (IAG) at open events
- Facilitating initial assessment activities.
- Participating in student induction and enrolment programmes.
- Inspiring students to take ownership of their progress and development by encouraging them to lead the 1:1 tutorial.
- Ensuring SMART targets are discussed, set, agreed and monitored.
- Being familiar with and ensuring students are aware of progression opportunities.
- Acting as first point of contact for students and their respective parents/guardians.
- Monitoring and recording of students' attendance or punctuality issues.
- Addressing low and medium level welfare issue and bullying issues and logging the information within the specified college systems.
Qualifications and Experience
- Desirably qualified or working towards Level 4 qualification
- Level 2 in Literacy, numeracy and IT
- Experience of working with and supporting learners within an educational environment
- A good understanding of SMART target setting, desirable.
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Closing date: 10th January 2019
Interview date: 16th January 2019