Mathematics Tutor

4 days left

Location
City of Wolverhampton
Salary
£19,281.94 - £23,393.45
Posted
11 Jul 2017
Closes
24 Jul 2017
Job Ref
WLV000001790
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Full-Time

Adult Lecturer conditions – Scale 4 - 10, £19,281.94 - £23,393,45

Equivalent to 3 full time posts (both full-time and part time applications will be considered)
Full time positions are equal to 800 Teaching Hours per year plus 680 non-teaching hours per year (average 37 hours per week)

Wolverhampton Adult Education Service is an Outstanding Grade 1 provider delivering a wide ranging curriculum including accredited and non-accredited SFA funded courses as well as other non-SFA programmes. It serves the diverse communities of the City and has the success of learners in priority neighbourhoods at the heart of its mission.

The Service is looking to appoint the equivalent of 3 full time tutors for sessional work with a proven track record for delivering high quality teaching, learning and assessment in Mathematics

Successful candidates will have a teaching qualification and a degree in their relevant subject specialism. In addition, candidates will have a broad range of experience in Post 16 education and training with excellent communication and organisational skills. You may also have a proven track record in learner support, curriculum development and outstanding curriculum delivery. Knowledge of the requirements of a variety of exam boards, accreditation modes and means of assessment relevant to adult learners is desirable.

You will be able to demonstrate a good understanding of adult learning contexts and the motivations and barriers facing learners, and you will also be able to demonstrate a good understanding of working with people with disability and/or special needs which is essential in some delivery areas.

We are committed to equality and diversity and positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

For more information around the requirements of the role please contact Philip Pywell on
01902 558131.

This post carries a teaching commitment and may be subject to an Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check.

 

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