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Functional Skills Tutor - Adult Skills

Selby CollegeNorth Yorkshire

Functional Skills Tutors – Adult Learning

Selby College are looking for tutors who will provide Functional Skills training to the Adult Learning Community and apprenticeship offer.

The Hub has a successful track record, offering a range of courses to adult learners throughout the day and into the evening. Based at the College itself the Hub offers adults the opportunity to expand their education and knowledge in a range of areas.

We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated tutors, who have experience of working with adult learners, to join our team on a casual basis to as part of the development of the Hub offer and to educate and support the learners.

We are particularly looking for tutors with:

• Teaching or support qualification (or who are willing to work towards)

• English and math’s qualification at GCSE equivalent, grade 4 or higher.

The successful candidates will be able to demonstrate the ability to work with learners at a functional level of ICT and be able to work effectively one to one and in group sessions.

We are particularly looking for people with experience of working with adult learners who have been unemployed.

Tutors employed on a casual basis are paid an hourly rate dependent on skills and experience (£14.16 - £14.77 plus holiday pay) and claim hours on a month by month basis. This is a flexible arrangement that allows you to fit your work round any other commitments.

All work in the College involves some degree of responsibility for safeguarding children, although the extent of that responsibility will vary according to the nature of the role. A DBS check is a requirement for this role.


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