Programme Lead Tutor
London Borough of Ealing
Programme Lead Tutor
£37,443 – £39,264.00 (pro-rata, p.a. inclusive) Grade 8
Fixed-term contract for external applicants and/or secondment opportunity for LBE employees until 31/03/2025
Total of 4 posts, combination of: (x2) Permanent – 0.8 (28hrs) and 0.6 (21 hrs) and (x2) Fixed Term Contract – 0.5s (17.50 hrs)
Ealing is a world class borough within a world class city. On the doorstep of Heathrow, home to the UK’s largest regeneration programme at Old Oak and Park Royal and hosting five new Elizabeth Line stations, the borough has unrivalled connectivity. This means the borough has huge potential for good growth, job creation, and investment at a scale of regional and national significance. Ealing’s seven towns, each with their own unique identity, support a genuine community-led approach to regeneration, and accommodating London’s largest reservoir of industrial land puts Ealing at the forefront of growing and attracting multiple high growth sectors to help transform West London’s economy and create tens of thousands of new jobs. This combined with award winning parks linked by the Grand Union canal network, and one of the country’s most diverse and skilled populations, makes Ealing a great place to work, live and play.
About the post and you
This is newly created post within a new cross-cutting Economy & Sustainability Directorate under fresh and ambitious leadership. You would have an excellent opportunity to expand and consolidate your career by operating across an extensive peer group and diverse range of services within a newly created Regeneration, Economy & Skills department.
Ealing Adult Learning and Skills is actively seeking a dynamic and dedicated individual to join our team as a Programme Lead Tutor. As a key member of our organisation, you will be responsible for leading and shaping the educational experience for our learners in specific subjects, such as ESOL, functional skills (English and Maths), Digital, etc.
Strive to deliver high-quality provision to meet the needs of Ealing’s residents, employers, and communities. Ensure accessibility to programmes that empower learners to improve their work and life prospects.
Be a model of best practice for tutors, inspiring commitment to achieving the highest standards. Drive significant improvements in the quality of teaching, learning, and assessment within the assigned subject area to ensure all learners achieve their full potential.
Foster a culture of quality improvement through collaborative planning, sharing innovative teaching approaches, including e-learning, and developing and providing resources.
Take the lead on course and curriculum development, contributing valuable, up-to-date subject-specific information to support the management team.
Be responsible for the quality assurance of your teaching and learner outcomes. Maintain accurate records to ensure continuous improvement and adherence to quality standards.
Use data effectively to monitor learner attendance and progress, ensuring successful qualification achievement and meeting required targets. Drive continuous improvement within the subject area.
Qualifications and Experience:
- Relevant teaching qualification (e.g., PGCE, QTS, or equivalent)
- Experience in leading educational programs
- Knowledge of government agencies’ requirements and experience with Ofsted inspections
- Proven track record of implementing quality improvement strategies
- Strong data analysis and utilization skills
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
The ideal candidate will be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, demonstrating a clear vision of quality improvement strategies. If you are passionate about adult education, possess the necessary qualifications and experience, and are ready to make a positive impact, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.
This post is subject to Ealing’s enhanced vetting process.
This role is deemed customer facing and as such you must have a command of spoken English which is sufficient to enable you to effectively perform the role. This requirement relates to Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016.
Ealing Council employees will be offered a secondment, external candidates will be offered a fixed term contract. Ealing employees please ensure the secondment release form is signed by your line manager prior to applying. Please return your completed form to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ealing council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Ealing follows safer recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The post holder will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Closing date: 07 March 2024