English Tutor, Camden

Closing date:Expiring today

The Working Men's CollegeCamden

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Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £25,854-£32,317 per annum
Contract term: Permanent

WMC- The Camden College

English Tutor 1.0 FTE

Full-Time (35 hrs per week)

£25,854-£32,317 per annum

Ideal start date of September 2019 however we will be flexible for the right candidate

Foundation Learning at WMC The Camden College is a thriving and ambitious department, delivering enriching and enjoyable lifelong learning adults in Camden and the local area.  We have a vacancy for a fully qualified, experienced English tutor with a proven track record of successful delivery from Entry levels to Level 2 and GCSE. Applicants must hold a PGCE or equivalent plus Literacy Subject Specialism. 

If you are highly motivated with outstanding teaching skills and a passion for teaching English to adults in a supportive environment, we look forward to hearing from you. 

To apply for this role, please visit our website https://www.wmcollege.ac.uk/jobs-wmc-camden-college-london/ for further information and details about the role and how to apply.  Please note, we do not accept CV’s and will only accept completed application forms, which you can access at the bottom of this page. Completed application forms should be emailed to recruitment@wmcollege.ac.uk or by post to Human Resources, WMC – The Camden College, 44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR.

The closing date for applications is 9:00 pm Sunday 18 August 2019  Interview and assessment will take place on Friday 23rd and Tuesday  27th August 2019.  .

More about The Working Men's College
Phase: Further Education
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 16+ years
Denomination: Non-denominational
Address: 44 Crowndale Road, London, NW1 1TR, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 20 73872037


Working Men's College (WMC), the oldest surviving adult education institute in Europe, was founded in 1854 and was associated with the Cooperative Movement and the Christian Socialists, stemming, from the same tradition that led later to the ...