Student Progress and Development Tutor

Education Partnership North East
North East
£18000 - £23000

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Job Description

    Job Ref:
    78782

    Location:
    Sunderland Campus

    Postcode:
    SR3 4AH

    Hours:
    Contract

    Salary:
    £18000.00 to £23000.00

    Posted Date:
    Thursday, December 8, 2022

    Closing Date:
    Monday, December 19, 2022

    Documents:

      Professional Values and Behaviours (1).pdf

      Applicants Guide 2019 (2).pdf

      EPNE- Benefits Package Jan 2020 (1).pdf

      Keeping_children_safe_in_education\_2022.pdf

      15285- Student Progress and Development Tutor (1).pdf

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Overview

Student Progress and Development Tutors

External Vacancy

Post Ref: 15285. Full time and Part time, Term Time Only (40 weeks); £19,905.71 - £22,208.51 per annum (FTE) / £18,289.75-£20,405.61 per annum (Actual).

Fixed Term Contract until July 2023.

Attractive benefits for this post include 35 days’ annual leave per year plus bank holidays and the opportunity to join the Local Government Pension Scheme.


We have a number of vacancies for Student Progress and Development Tutors across Sunderland College and Northumberland College. We are looking for candidates who have a passion for Pastoral Care, as well as an energy to inspire learners to have achieve their potential and support them to develop the necessary attitudes, skills and behaviours.

You will be a key member of a collaborative team, focussing on providing excellent learner experiences. You will be an enthusiastic and committed individual who will work as part of the Student Services team and closely alongside curriculum staff to support the academic and personal development of students.

The successful applicants will support a caseload of students on a variety of college programmes. This will include A Level provision, technical provision as well as the T Level pilot in some curriculum areas.

You will meet regularly with students, helping them improve their learning skills and achieve their personal targets, as well as to encourage, motivate, and support them to maximise their potential, achieve their learning and personal development goals, and progress to further/higher education, training or employment.

Part of the attraction of this post is the range of students you will be working with; it will involve setting academic and personal development targets, monitoring attendance and punctuality. Additionally, you will support students to develop strategies in study skills and organisation or aspects of behaviour, take part in volunteering, mentoring and leadership activities. You will work closely with those at risk / vulnerable and create intervention strategies to support their success.

As well as the relevant experience, we are looking for an individual with the desire to push for continuous improvement, solving problems and inspiring those around them. You will need to be flexible in your approach and willing to maintain an up-to-date understanding of developments within the educational sector and/or industries pertinent to the College’s curriculum, students and locality. We are particularly interested in people with a strong pastoral background.

Due to the nature of this post you will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure Check.

To find out more about this great opportunity please visit https://vacancies.educationpartnership.ac.uk and select the job description and person specification within the information section. Any queries please email \vacancies@educationpartnershipne.ac.uk.

Please note we will only accept EPNE application forms.

All applications must be received by 12 Midnight, 19th of December 2022.

It is anticipated that interviews will take place w/c 2nd of January 2023.

We are working towards equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to PREVENT and safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.


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