Salary: £22.08 per hour (Standard Rate) £25.48 per hour (inclusive of holiday pay)
Grade: Standard Hourly Rate
Post Type: Part Time
Contract Type: Variable Hours
Closing Date: 11:59pm on Sunday 16 February 2020
Interview Date: To be confirmed
RHACC is a Specialist Designated Institution for Adult Learning, providing a varied course offer to support the lifelong learning goals of adults. With daytime, evening, weekend and residential courses across two main campuses and in outreach venues, RHACC is able to meet a broad range of needs, and creates pathways to work and well-being.
We are looking for a Biology Tutor (variable hours) to join our foundation learning school on a sessional basis. As well as a BSc in a Science related subject, we expect applicants to hold a full teaching qualification. We would expect you to be able to teach GCSE Biology (9-1). Courses could be daytime and/or evening, however we are specifically looking for a tutor for a course on Fridays 10.00-13.00. Previous experience of teaching GCSE Biology would be an advantage. The duties include course planning, preparation, development and administration, marking homework and classwork,
developing and implementing teaching strategies and preparing students external assessments . As a part-time tutor you will be expected to complete the administration associated with these courses. You will also be expected to attend team meetings at least once a term during an academic year. So if you are knowledgeable, dependable and interested in this work and have relevant qualifications and experience, please do apply for this role.
Please note, all posts at the College are subject to the Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service, with child barred list check. Should the post be involved in regulated activity with vulnerable adults an adult barred list check will also be requested.
Due to the high volumes of applications we receive, we reserve the right to close any adverts before the published closing date once we have received a sufficient number of applications. We advise you to submit your application as early as possible to prevent disappointment.