Woodhouse College is a prestigious and oversubscribed sixth form college of around 1350 full-time students, all on A level courses, on a pleasant campus in north London. The College is proud of its strong community spirit and friendly supportive atmosphere. Our success rates and A*-B pass rates at A level regularly put us in the top five colleges in England. Our students are ambitious, lively and committed to doing well. Staff work hard and morale is high; this is a great place to work.
36 hours per week
Full-time, term time only
Starting September 2017
We are seeking a temporary, full-time Personal Tutor to join our Student Services team. You will be responsible for six tutor groups with the aim of helping them settle in to college, monitoring their overall progress, delivering our tutorial programme and helping them prepare to move on after their courses. You will meet your tutees twice a week in groups and individually from time to time. Because students take many different combinations of subjects as a tutor you will be responsible for their overall progress, including monitoring their attendance, discussing reports and liaising with their families. You will be working closely with the Student Services Director, a Senior Tutor and the rest of the team in a very supportive and friendly environment.
We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and excellent interpersonal and organisational skills who is able to work under pressure and use their own initiative. Sound word-processing skills, ICT competency and excellent communication skills are essential.
The salary will be on the sixth form colleges’ support staff salary scale between points 27 and 30, depending on experience. This works out between £21,598 and £23,615 pro rata per annum, plus London Weighting £2,505 pro rata, per annum. The actual salary would be between £20,086 and £21,767 inclusive of London Weighting per annum.
To apply and for more information, please visit the College’s website www.woodhouse.ac.uk.
Closing date: noon on Thursday, 25th May 2017.
The College is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from minority ethnic groups which are currently underrepresented. The College is also committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults.