Palmer’s College is a successful and independent sixth form College in Thurrock, providing excellence in education for over 1600 students aged 16-19 years. We pride ourselves on maintaining a high quality workforce to help our students reach their full potential.
Permanent, term time plus 5 days (37 hours 5 days per week)
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and passionate member of staff who are keen to improve the academic and personal experience for students.
We are looking for a highly motivated graduate with a strong desire to improve the life chances of Palmer’s students. Therefore a determination to help all of them to reach their goal is a pre-requisite for this role.
As a successful Personal Progress Tutor, you will provide high quality support to maximise the progress and achievement of each student and have the confidence to lead a tutorial session with a group of students.
Personal Progress Tutors are responsible for approx 10 tutor groups and follow a one hour structured tutorial programme with each group. The tutorial programme will consist of pre-prepared materials that aim to increase self-esteem, personal development covering activities such as settling, E safety and careers education.
Personal Progress Tutors will need to be organised, flexible, resilient and positive people who want to make a difference to the life chances of their students.
In addition to a competitive salary and occupational pension scheme, the College offers the following benefits: - ongoing CPD with a comprehensive schedule of training days and Twilight sessions; a subsidised canteen and Coffee Shop as well the option to join the on-site Sports Centre at discounted membership fees.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 22 August 2017 at 5pm
Interviews to be held in early September 2017
A full application pack can be downloaded from the website at https://www.palmers.ac.uk/the-college/job-opportunities . You can contact the HR Department on 01375 370121 ext 226 if you are unable to do so. Please return your application and monitoring questionnaire either by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted
Palmer’s College is committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding young people