SpLD Tutor and Assessor

Location
London (East), London (Greater)
Salary
£25,841 - £39,566 per annum (full time equivalent salary)
Posted
21 Jul 2017
Closes
29 Aug 2017
Ref
3876
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This role is based at the Tower Hamlets College

New City College is the dynamic group of further education colleges in East London which comprises Tower Hamlets College, Hackney Community College and Redbridge College. All colleges in the group are graded Good by Ofsted, and our 3-college merger places the group at the forefront of further education in the region. With a turnover of £67m, 20,000 students and 1000 staff it is one of the strongest and most influential further education organisations in the country. 

Our college environment is second to none. We have industry standard facilities and equipment at all campuses, expert staff and partnerships with other high profile organisations which all prepare students for progression to higher education or successful careers.

East London is dynamic, innovative and entrepreneurial. As we develop our longer term vision, we will continue to ensure that we invest in our staff and other resources to provide a distinctive offer and excellent, supportive learning environment which meets the needs of students and employers and prepares local people for the changing workforce of the area. 

We are looking to recruit a full time SpLD Tutor and Assessor. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, innovative and have experience of assessing, teaching and supporting SpLD students across the college.

As a member of the Learning Support Team you will be responsible for supporting and teaching students with a range of Additional Learning Needs. You will have a level 7 SpLD qualification and current Assessment Practicing Certificate (APC); ideally you will also have a teaching certificate.

Closing date: Tuesday 29th August 2017 at 12pm

Interview date: Week commencing 4th September 2017

The closing date given is a guide only. There may be some occasions where we have to close a vacancy once sufficient applications have been received. It is therefore advisable that you submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

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