Progress Coach

Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
£16,696 - £17,724 (FTE £23,982 – £25,458)
12 Jul 2021
22 Jul 2021
Contract Type
Part Time

Hours: 30 hours per week, 38 weeks per year (depending on start date)

Kirklees College is a large successful FE college, currently Ofsted graded as Good.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Progress Coach to initially join the Computing Department at Kirklees College. The post is based at the Waterfront Centre in Huddersfield but flexibility to work in other departments and travel to other college sites is required of the successful candidate.

The overall purpose of the post is to work in collaboration with curriculum staff and internal/external agencies to support students where behaviour and attendance issues are cause for concern. Progress Coaches deliver focused, planned sessions, within the college tutorial PAD Programme to all 16-19 students on F/T study Programmes, as well as carrying out 1:1 reviews.

Progress Coaches provide effective coaching for students, who are ‘at risk’, on an individual basis or in a group setting, to support positive behaviour and progression. Tracking and monitoring along with evidencing all interventions on Pro Monitor is key to this role. This role also has safeguarding responsibility.

The ideal candidates will have previous experience of working with 16 - 19 year old, including disengaged ‘hard to reach’ students and be able to understand the range of support which may be necessary to help them succeed. You will have experience of working with students who demonstrate challenging behaviour, with evidence of positive outcomes. You will need excellent communication skills, a commitment to the welfare of young people in education and a willingness to undertake relevant staff development.

The qualifications deemed essential for the post are a minimum of a Level 2 qualification in literacy and numeracy (e.g. GCSE English and Maths at grade A*-C) and a Level 3 qualification relevant to the post e.g. BTEC, NVQ, A-Level equivalent. The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice in accurate spoken English is also essential for the post.

As a learning organisation and as part of our commitment to your continued professional development we may require you to complete an apprenticeship standard or framework that relates to this opportunity.

If you would like to discuss this position in further detail, please contact Furkan Uddin

Kirklees College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As a College we are committed to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Please apply via the link.

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