Numeracy Support Tutor
From September 2018 we are seeking a highly skilled and self-motivated individual to work as a Numeracy Support tutor within our Learning Support Department.
As a Learning Support tutor you will provide support for our students on a 1:1 basis, or by working with small groups. Support sometimes takes place in our dedicated Study Centre, but much support is now given in the classroom. You may be required to give support to specific students with identified learning needs, or you may provide support to a wider range of students who need some extra help to make good progress in their studies.
As a numeracy support tutor you will work closely with our team of Mathematics teachers to provide additional individual or small group support to those students who struggle most with the learning of mathematics. As an effective numeracy support tutor you will have the ability and imagination to motivate, communicate and succeed with those who sometimes have little or no confidence in, or appetite, for the subject. You will work within the classroom supporting students at work in Maths GCSE and Functional Skills lessons, and you will also provide some additional small group support outside of lessons to help students consolidate or develop their learning of basic mathematics.
Depending on numbers enrolled, there may be some additional need for Maths teaching. If you are suitably qualified, we will be happy to consider you for this; but it is not a requirement that you teach, or want to do so, and we welcome applications from anyone with skills and interest appropriate to this Learning Support role.
The Department prides itself on having a strong team ethic and a very positive attitude towards continual professional development. They are a very dedicated team and bring vitality to all aspects of their work. We have no doubt that the successful candidate will benefit from the team’s energy and desire to build upon the very successful work they have already done.
The contract will be on a fixed term, term-time basis until 31st May 2019, commencing as soon as the successful candidate is available. Hours are likely to be 30 hours per week, subject to student enrolments. Exact working times are dependent on the timetables of the students for whom support is being provided.
The successful candidate will be appointed to Scale C of the College’s support staff pay spine, within the range £17,100 p.a. to £18,126 p.a., dependent on experience. (Actual salary will be pro-rata to the hours and weeks worked – i.e. £10,655 p.a. to £11,294 p.a. for 27 hours per week, term-time).
How to Apply:
Please complete and return the application online via TES jobs
If you are unable to access the online application or would prefer to fill out the application form by hand, please telephone 01723 380748, and an application pack will be sent to you.
Closing Date: Midnight, Tuesday 21st August 2018
Interviews are provisionally arranged for Thursday 30th August 2018