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Progress Tutor

Vacancy overview

Progress Tutor

Salary up to £25,989 per annum pro rata

Full time and part time hours available

We are seeking a Progress Tutor to be part of our Student Progress team delivering tutorial support and professional skills development to our students to help them stay on-programme and to achieve success and progress in education or to gain employment in their chosen field.

Progress Tutors are allocated a caseload of students from specific vocational areas and provide group and one-to-one support as well as delivering Professional Development sessions in areas such as resilience, health and well-being, life skills, British Values, e-Safety, careers and employability, as well as preparation for further study including higher education.

You will have experience of working with young people and have the ability to motivate and inspire, setting clear targets and monitoring progress to ensure our students have the support they need to succeed.

You will need to be organised with the ability to multi-task and communicate with a range of audiences including working closely with other Progress Tutors and Vocational Tutors. You will need to flexible in approach to meet changing needs and will thrive in a busy but rewarding role and work environment.

Essential criteria for the role include a level 3 qualification accompanied by literacy and numeracy to Level 2 (GCSE grade 4/C). You should also have a teaching qualification or a commitment to attaining one within a specified timeframe.

This post is based at our Ipswich campus however Suffolk New College is a multi-campus site therefore you may be required to work at and travel between campuses.

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Campus
Ipswich
Closing date
26/10/2022 12:00
Interview date
03/11/2022

Additional information

This College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our on-going commitment to Equality and Diversity, Suffolk New College guarantee to shortlist all applicants from a black or ethnic minority group who meet the essential criteria and all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria.  All appointments are subject to Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check