Chichester College Group has an exciting opportunity for you to join us as a Lecturer in Additional Support at our Crawley Campus. You will join us on a part time, permanent basis. In return, we will offer a competitive salary pro rata of £22,156 - £38,894 per annum (i.e. £16,048.13 - £28,171.87) plus pro rata of £610.08 Crawley Weighting Allowance (i.e. £441.90).
The Chichester College Group is the largest provider of further education in Sussex and is comprised of 5 Colleges based at Chichester, Crawley, Worthing, Haywards Heath, and Brinsbury near Pulborough which is land-based. Through our colleges, we educate and train around 25,000 full and part-time students every year and provide teaching excellence to meet the future needs of the region's employers.
The Lecturer in Additional Support Role:
As our Lecturer in Additional Support, you will be able to deliver a high-quality learning experience to a diverse range of students. It is essential you have a specific knowledge of working with students on the Autistic Spectrum.
Key Responsibilities of ourLecturer in Additional Support:
- Undertake teaching and learning related activities, including tutoring, as agreed.
- Ensure that appropriate learning materials are prepared and assessments and assignments are undertaken in a timely manner.
- Undertake administration and provide reports and statistics regarding student and teaching matters.
- Undertake administration and facilitation of EHCP Annual Reviews.
- Take an active role in the achievement of high individual student retention and success rates, meeting or surpassing the relevant targets for each.
- Develop curricula and learning activities, taking into consideration literacy and numeracy development, and equality and diversity.
- Understand personal responsibilities in relation to Safeguarding.
- Keep up-to-date with current issues, changes, and policies relating to the educational sector.
- Participate in marketing activities and promote the College for the purpose of gaining sponsorship, advertising, good public relations and increased recruitment.
- Undertake the delivery of literacy, numeracy, and life skills/employability sessions, adapting education to the needs and interests of the learners.
Our ideal Lecturer in Additional Support should have the below skills and experience:
- Level 3 (or equivalent) in relevant subject
- Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy
- Experience of working with diverse range of learners, including young people with specific learning difficulties
- Experience of teaching learners on the autistic spectrum and associated administration
- Experience of creating and delivering social development sessions
- Knowledge of working with students on the autistic spectrum
- Microsoft office applications, including Word and Powerpoint
Closing date for applications: 5th Januuary 2023
Interview date: To be confirmed
If you would like to learn more about our Lecturer in Additional Support role, then please click ‘apply’ today!
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As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role.
We are an equal opportunities employer.