Achievement Support Leader - Animal (0.7 FTE)
25.9 hours per week (0.7 FTE).
We currently have a permanent, part time opportunity for an Achievement Support Leader (ASL) in the Animal team within Science and Land. This exciting position of Achievement Support Leader is essential to ensuring timely student success.
As an Achievement Support Leader you will be responsible for supporting learning progress of the students you support, as well as delivering group tutorials/ workshops and facilitating assessment activities, alongside monitoring the effectiveness of placements and provide support to learners’ throughout their placements ensuring that College standards and expectations are met and maintained.
As an Achievement Support Leader you will have excellent communication skills, outstanding levels of customer service and be efficient in your working practice. This role requires you to set SMART targets for students and support outstanding learning outcomes, using and accessing data, alongside monitoring and tracking of learner attendance. Your area of responsibility will vary so flexibility and the ability to prioritise are essential along with attention to detail.
This position will be based at our Peterborough Park Crescent site.
The successful candidate will have a good level of education to a minimum of Level 2 in English and Maths, along with a relevant qualification at a minimum of Level 3 or equivalent relevant experience. You will be experienced in using IT applications and have the ability to lead and co-ordinate. Ideally you will also hold a Level 3 qualification related to the support of learners and a TAQA qualification but this is not essential as the College will support you in achieving these as part of your professional development. You will be a motivated, self-starter with the highest level of commitment to constantly seeking new business opportunities. This is a target driven role requiring a creative person that is driven to succeed.
- Exceptional communication skills both verbally and written are essential along with excellent presentation and negotiation skills.
- An ability to develop the quality of the student experience that leads to outstanding outcomes.
- Experience of implementing a range of quality processes and systems within a further education environment.
- An ability to engage and motivate students to deliver high performance outcomes in a further education environment.
- Awareness and respect for colleagues, young adults and children’s cultural, religious and emotional needs and beliefs.
- Committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
The College offers many good employment benefits including 30 days holiday entitlement plus Christmas close down (or additional payment for hourly employees), access to the Local Government Pension scheme, and many on-site benefits and facilities, including a gym and on-site nursery.