Core subject Tutors for Young People with SEND and other additional needs required in your area.
We are looking for educators with a genuine passion for transforming the lives of disengaged, at-risk, and vulnerable learners
Our mission is to raise the standard of educational support offered to vulnerable young people in the UK and working with compassionate educators is integral to this.
Tutoring with us is a unique opportunity to utilise your previous experience supporting additional educational needs - including supporting learners with a SEND, those who are care-experienced, and learners with SEMH needs - to make a real difference.
We are looking for tutors who are eager to work with the children and young people we support in a holistic and trauma-informed manner to raise their engagement and drastically improve the outlook of their educational journey.
Tutoring with Targeted Provision is unlike most tuition as we keep the team around the child and you will be supported throughout every placement by our team of SEND Support Specialists.
Being a tutor with us will involve providing impactful support and being creative and flexible in your delivery and methods of teaching for a variety of learning needs.
Whether your specialism is primary or secondary education, SEND interventions, mental health and pastoral support, EAL or you enjoy creative teaching through drama, arts and activities, it is likely that our young people need your expertise.
- Professional Teaching Qualifications (QTS)
- Minimum 2 years teaching experience
- Experience working with young people with Additional Educational Needs
- Enhanced DBS (we can help obtain this at cost if needed)
- Two professional references
It is a strict requirement that you have the ability to work in a way that promotes the health, safety and wellbeing of children and young people.
- Our Support Team are always on hand to offer their guidance and support on any matter related to the education and welfare of our Young People
- CPD opportunities and internal training are made available to every active tutor to ensure you are best equipped to provide high quality support
- We invite every active tutor to join our tutor community, where our tutors and ourselves share best practice, resources, and tips
- We run termly events to give you the opportunity to get to know other tutors in your area and further afield
- We offer the opportunity for flexible working and there will be no obligation placed upon you to accept work we offer you.
- The gross pay for this role will range between £25 p/h - £30 p/h
- We support a wide range of needs and offer a variety of support for young people, and pay will depend on the specific work being offered. Further information on this can be provided at interview stage
- All gross pay offered will be constituted of a base rate + 12.07% holiday pay
- This position involves engaging with us as a Worker, to provide short-term engagements as and when they arise
- You will work through a contract for service and will be paid via PAYE
- We do not offer any set amount of work nor expenses coverage
- Our insurance covers the work you do for us
We look forward to receiving your CV, outlining your relevant skills and experience that can help make a difference.
Due to the number of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to every applicant. We aim to respond to all successful applicants within two weeks.
We are keen to hear from candidates from all backgrounds. The over 2 million vulnerable children in the UK are disproportionately constituted of minority and LGBTQIA+ communities, as well as people with disabilities, refugees and migrants, and people living with mental health conditions. It is integral to our mission of raising the standard of support for the UK's vulnerable learners that we engage tutors from all backgrounds so that our tutors can share/relate to the experiences of our students.
Interviews are being scheduled on a rolling basis.
Apply with us by clicking the link and entering the Advert ID: OxfordTES