Moulton College

Personal Development Tutor

6 days left

Location
Moulton, Northampton
Salary
£19,789.62 - £21,594.80 pa (pro rata - £22,868 - £24,954 pa (full time post)
Posted
14 Nov 2022
Closes
14 Dec 2022
Job Level
Tutor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Moulton College has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual with a passion for supporting young people and adults with their personal development whilst studying at the College.

This role is full time hours, 40 working weeks per year.

Perhaps you have recently started to think about stepping in to teaching? The Personal Development Tutor role at Moulton College could be just what you are looking for to start to develop those skills, especially with the opportunity to gain a teaching qualification alongside your role.

You would be working with an experienced team of Tutors planning and delivering personal development tutorials in a supportive, inclusive rural College environment where student and staff wellbeing is at the forefront of everything we do.

This role will be initially working with our Construction students, although our team of Tutors can work across the College in all curriculum areas. You will offer a classroom environment which engages these learners and contributes to their successful outcomes.

Moulton College is a specialist, innovative, industry-led technical and vocational College, recognised as a market leader in supporting people to access skills and progress into the world of work.

Moulton College is a GOOD College in the midst of a period of exciting changes having seen significant growth in student numbers over the last two years.

The post-holder will be responsible for planning, preparing and delivering group tutorials/sessions in a range of personal development topics and working 1 to 1 with learners as the pastoral need arises.

You will provide support to teachers and course managers with pastoral, welfare and behavioural issues.

This role is vital to successful learning outcomes for students.

You will be educated to Level 3 or equivalent with a minimum of grade C or equivalent in GCSE English & Maths.

You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to motivate students and support them in their path to successful outcomes.

You will be able to plan, deliver and evaluate high quality, motivational and inclusive learning experiences.

For further information about the role including job description and application form please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.

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