Study Plus Student Supervisor PT, Leicester

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Regent CollegeLeicester
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Contract type: Part Time
Salary: £7442
Contract term: Permanent

Post: Study Plus Student Supervisor  

Designation: Support Staff Contract  Starting Salary: Sixth Form Colleges’ 

Support Staff Scale 22-25 £18,130 - £20,054 (18.5 hours a week, term time only) = £7,442 - £8,210 pro-rata  

Responsible to: Head of Curriculum Support   Purpose: To provide a high quality programme of entitlement information, training and support for students, such that they are able to become increasingly independent, well informed, positive and skilled for both study and their future steps.  Key Duties: Liaise with relevant teachers, coordinators and managers to ensure appropriate support, monitoring and challenge for defined cohorts of students, through their Study Plus Supervisor   Monitor quality and completion of own entitlement & support activity. Supervise & support defined cohorts of students during independent study time. 

Facilitate the development of students’ independent study skills e.g. revision, planning assignments, proof reading and referencing. Provide general learning support or targeted interventions (including literacy & numeracy) to appropriate groups of students to help them to access and improve learning Support students to plan and make the most of their programme of study and support progression. Support the processes for monitoring and improving student attendance and progress. 

Liaise with subject teachers and support staff as appropriate to the needs of individuals or groups of students to personalise support, information and training as part of study plus activity. Maintain and update the study plus room and resources to ensure a productive atmosphere. Instil high expectations and ambition in the defined cohorts of students in terms of pursuing academic progress and personal development  Attend relevant meetings with curriculum and other departments as appropriate. Committed to equality, diversity and safeguarding practice with young people and vulnerable adults. Contributing to cross college communication and promotional activities. 

Participating in the college staff appraisal programme. Other reasonable duties/activities required by the Principal and / or college managers / employees.    

Generic to all staff:  To support the College’s mission, values and strategic objectives. 

To implement the College’s equal opportunities policies and to actively challenge discrimination on the grounds of protected characteristics or status in the College. To participate and contribute to staff development. 

To implement the College’s Health and Safety Policies and practices. To implement the College’s commitment to continuous improvement and its quality assurance process. To maintain up-to-date knowledge of current developments in relevant fields of education.  

Note   This job description allocates key duties and responsibilities but does not direct the particular amount of time to be spent on carrying them out and no part of it may be so construed.  The job description is not necessarily a comprehensive definition of the post and is subject to review following consultation.  


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