Progress Coach for Health and Science Pathways
Learning Support Opportunity
Start Date: ASAP
inclusive of Outer London Weighting
Term Time Only, 45 weeks per year
Following recent changes in leadership we have embarked on an ambitious journey to transform our College, refocussing what we do and how we do it with a renewed passion for excellence in teaching and learning and changing the way we motivate and support our students to succeed.
Our 2017-2020 Strategic Plan sets out our goals to deliver a significant and long-standing positive impact on our students and their future careers. Our mission is to propel our students to develop the skills and personality that will bring success in the future. To achieve this mission we need our people to have an uncompromising determination to unlock their potential.
The College has recently re-organised the curriculum delivery model to provide more coherent progression pathways. To support this change we have introduced the role of Progress Coach. Supporting and enabling students to achieve their potential lies at the heart of this new roles within our Sixth Form College.
If you are looking for a role working with young people to develop their ability to study successfully, building resilience, fostering their potential to achieve at the highest levels, and opening doors to the best futures – be they in HE, careers or apprenticeships - then our Progress Coach role could be just what you are looking for.
In the Health and Science Pathway, students will follow programmes that have Health and Social Care and Applied Science at their core. We are looking for people with an academic or professional background suited to these pathways, who will champion our students and signpost the very best quality work in their chosen areas.
This is a perfect time to join our College as we transform how we motivate students and support learning, and we hope you will join us on this journey.
If you are seeking a highly rewarding position, enriching the lives of the students who attend our College and being part of an institution which is on a journey to excellence, please visit our website:
Closing date for applications: 12 noon Friday 29 September 2017