Programme Tutor - Painting & Decorating
An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Faculty of Construction to appoint a Programme Tutor to support our learners undertaking their full-time courses or Apprenticeships in Painting & Decorating.
You should be a motivated and experienced and qualified tutor/assessor who has a proven track record of providing learning and assessment in this sector.
The successful candidate will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Painting & Decorating and have assessor qualifications and knowledge of FE and Apprenticeship provision. Ideally you will hold assessor qualifications, or be committed to obtaining the suitable qualifications once in post.
You will have experience of supporting the development of up to date knowledge, skills and behaviours relating to the key priorities for the construction sector and have a good appreciation of employer skills needs.
Candidates should have a commitment to providing high quality learning to enable all learners to achieve their full potential. The ability to truly work as a team player is also essential. The post holder will be expected to demonstrate outstanding organisational and interpersonal skills.
The involves the delivery of teaching, learning and assessment within Painting & Decorating for full time learners and Apprentices.
We deliver a wide range of qualifications through various awarding bodies including City & Guilds at Level 1, 2 & 3
You will be tasked with the delivery of the above playing an integral role in improving the team’s high grades outcomes. In addition to this, you will also be tasked with providing pastoral care to a minimum of 2 cohorts of learners. Within these pastoral care responsibilities, you will be required to form strong working relationships with learners, parents and employers driving good attendance to all components of our study programmes, adult and apprenticeship provision in the pursuit of outstanding student outcomes.
In this role, you will:
Deliver innovative and stimulating teaching, learning and assessment to enable your students to achieve stretching learning.
Facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.
Design and deliver a flexible and relevant range of provision including theory, practical and blended learning sessions.
Be a great teacher and role model.
Nurture a culture of professional development that is integrated seamlessly in everyday practice.
Be bold, optimistic and tenacious in setting and achieving high standards.
Drive Oldham Colleges vision and expectations to have a significant impact on students’ life chances.
Joining our Journey:
When you join our college, not only will you benefit from an annual reviewed salary but have access to numerous benefits and facilities:
- Generous Pension Scheme
- Fantastic Staff Benefits and Rewards platform
- Very generous holiday entitlement
- Employee Assistance Scheme
- Enhanced Maternity/Paternity provision
- Staff Development days/week (Jan, July, Aug)
- Free confidential counselling service
- Staff recognition awards
- Car Scheme
- Subsidised car parking
- On-site Day Nursery
- On-site hair and beauty salon
Our ambition is to be “The Best Place to Learn and Work”. We expect a lot from you, so we want ambitious, open minded candidates, who are ready to give their best. But we give a lot in return, from training to pensions, our own benefits package, and one of the best and most helpful group of colleagues you could ever wish to meet.
If your application is successful, your personal data may be used for a pre-employment screening check by a third party as permitted by applicable law. Depending on the vacancy and applicable laws, a pre-employment screening could include, employment history, education and other information (such as media information) that may be necessary for determining your qualifications and suitability for the role.
Oldham College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment.
Any appointments will be subject to enhanced DBS checks and a check of the DfE Barred List
This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation Act 1974. It is an offence to apply for the role if the applicant is barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children and vulnerable adults.
Further details including a Person Specification are included within the attached Job Description.
For further information about the role please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.