Part time 0.9 FTE
REASEHEATH TRAINING offers Apprenticeships on a range of sectors and levels to match the career aspirations of learners interested in Agriculture, Animal Care, Construction Plant, Horticulture, Food, Construction, Equine, Mechanical Engineering and much more.
Do you want to begin a truly rewarding career and make a real difference by training a new generation? Then this is the career for you!
A new exciting opportunity has arisen for a Functional Skills tutor to join a dynamic and busy team who, working closely with employers, seek to maximise apprentices’ potential by developing their skills in the work place. This opportunity is for a passionate, committed and innovative individual who has the ability to work with both mature and 16 – 19-year-old apprentices as part of a large, dynamic and successful apprenticeship team within a well-established Land-based College. The purpose of this role is to ensure a high quality and relevant learning experience for all apprentices.
The main responsibilities of the role will be to teach English, Maths and ICT Functional Skills to a level 2 standard and to develop programmes of study to meet the particular needs of our diverse range of apprentices.
The successful candidate will work closely with the Functional Skills Co-ordinator to develop and drive Functional Skills across college and embed into the apprentices’ learner journey. You need to be able to plan and promote best practice. The ideal candidate would have specialist skills in the following:
· Minimum A ‘level qualifications in English & Maths related subject, or equivalent
· Functional Skills Level 2 English & Maths
· Functional Skills Level 2 ICT, or equivalent
· Recognised Teaching Qualification
· Have experience of the delivery of Functional Skills
· Have experience of working effectively across teams
To apply, please visit: http://www.reaseheath.ac.uk/job-vacancies/current-vacancies/
Closing date: Sunday, 17th December 2017.
Assessment Centre date: TBC
Please note this role constitutes ‘regulated activity’ as defined by the Protection of Freedom Act 2012. The successful candidate will therefore be required to undertake an enhanced DBS with barred list information prior to starting employment. You must have the right to work in the UK and will be required to provide evidence to support this.