ILS Pathway

Coventry, West Midlands
£16,746 - £18,701, prorated for hours worked
28 Sep 2018
26 Oct 2018
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ILS Pathway

Up to 20 hours per week to include Wednesday and Thursday

Term Time only – 37 weeks + 7.1 weeks paid holiday


Salary - £16,746 - £18,701, prorated for hours and weeks worked

Hereward is an exciting and innovative College, which is responsive to the needs of our students. Based in Coventry, we specialise in providing education and support to students with diverse and complex needs. Our staff are committed to enabling students to fulfil their ambitions.

In your role as a member of the ILS learning support staff team you will be responsible for supporting students in the Pathway in an educational environment under the guidance of the teaching staff.  You will be responsible for monitoring and assessing and recording students’ progress through effective target setting and ensuring that students are able to access the curriculum effectively. You will also be responsible for delivering all aspects of personal care to individual students.

To apply, you should have level 2 numeracy and literacy, or demonstration that you are operating at level 2 in both subjects, a recognised qualification in Care and/or Supporting Teaching and Learning in classroom, or willingness to achieve relevant units within 3 months.  You should have experience of working in a flexible and responsive team as well working in a learning environment. You will need to be a team worker, with excellent communication, organisational and planning skills.  You should have good IT skills with the ability to lead others and prioritise workloads.  It is important to have a positive, proactive, flexible approach to work and a strong commitment to excellence and student success.

Completed application forms and the diversity monitoring form should be downloaded from our website and received via emailTo read more or apply, go to our website:

The College reserves the right to close this vacancy when sufficient applications have been received.

This College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to complete Enhanced DBS disclosure and provide referee details. Start dates will be conditional upon receipt of a satisfactory DBS check and references.

Whilst all applications are judged on merit alone, we would welcome applications from ethnic minority candidates as this section of the community is currently under-represented in our workforce. The College Is committed to supporting employees who experience mental health difficulties and is proud to display the Mindful Employer logo.

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