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Found 7 Further Education jobs for £15,000 - £19,999

  • Learning Support Practitioner

    • York, North Yorkshire
    • £17,103 - £18,523 per annum pro rata
    • Askham Bryan College

    We are looking for people with experience of supporting young people on a 1:1 or small group basis in an educational setting.

  • Learning Support Practitioner

    • Newton Rigg, Penrith
    • £17,103 - £18,523 per annum pro rata
    • Askham Bryan College

    We are looking for people with experience of supporting young people on a 1:1 or small group basis in an educational setting.

  • Learning Support Practitioner

    • Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
    • £17,103 - £18,523 per annum pro rata
    • Askham Bryan College

    We are looking for people with experience of supporting young people on a 1:1 or small group basis in an educational setting.

  • HE Study Mentor

    • Reaseheath, Nantwich
    • £18,969 - £20,692 pro-rata per annum
    • Reaseheath College

    We are seeking to increase our support capacity by recruiting a Study Mentor to deliver study support to students.

  • Teaching & Learning Assistant (0.618 Fte)

    • Bootle, Merseyside
    • £18,482.00 per annum (pro rata)
    • Hugh Baird College

    In this role you will provide high quality academic or vocational support during scheduled teaching and learning sessions and enrichment programmes

  • Inclusive Learning Practitioner

    • Reaseheath, Nantwich
    • £17,993 - £18,725 per annum, pro rata
    • Reaseheath College

    The College is looking for people who have experience of successfully delivering support and guidance to young people...

  • Learning Support Assistant (Part Time, Reduced Year)

    • Keighley, West Yorkshire
    • £17,363 PA Pro Rata
    • Leeds City College

    We seek an experienced candidate who can demonstrate knowledge and experience of working with students with barriers to learning