Barnsley Sixth Form College is one of the biggest provider of A Levels in the area. In 2016, we moved into a brand new building to match the aspirations of our staff and learners. If you have high expectations for yourself, your colleagues and young people we would love to hear from you.
Personal Progress Mentor
Barnsley Sixth Form College
37 hours per week, permanent
£23,330 to £25,440 per annum
The successful candidate will be part of a tutorial support team providing vital teaching and support to our students. Central to the role is providing 1:1 support to young people who may be having difficulties with their studies, for whatever reason. Liaising with parents and other support services is vital in this. In addition, the successful candidate will play a key part in the delivery of our tutorial provision, in an A level environment designed to help young people progress to university and to thrive in the modern workplace.
The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator and will be comfortable in dealing with young people in potentially challenging situations. They will have a strong working knowledge of safeguarding procedures and will have a proven track record of delivering pastoral support to young people.
We welcome applications from applicants currently supporting students and working in Schools, Sixth Form Colleges, FE Colleges or other support roles with young people. If you have the ambition to transform the life chances of our students, we encourage you to apply and join our small but dedicated team.
To see the job description, person specification, and further information about the college, please visit barnsley.ac.uk/about-us/vacancies/
Closing date for applications will be Wednesday 15 July 2020
Successful candidates for all these roles will have access to the Teachers' Pension Scheme, a commitment to support job related training and development and access to a range of other staff benefits including 55 days annual leave (including bank and public holidays).
Barnsley College is committed to creating a dynamic and diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all candidates regardless of their gender, disability, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith. Disabled applicants who meet the minimum essential criteria will be guaranteed an interview.
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure from DBS.