Health and Social Care Tutor/Assessor
Salary: £29,718 p.a
Closing Date: 16/4/2021
Interview Date: TBC
Newham College is right at the heart of a new, vibrant East London that is fast emerging. We are one of the largest and most successful FE Colleges in the London area and our innovative and dynamic approach supported by our high quality staff means that we are at the leading edge of local delivery.
The College wishes to appoint highly skilled and committed staff to work as part of a high quality and flexible project team to deliver teaching, learning and assessment to learners on a wide range of health and social care related qualifications delivered as part of Newham College’s £7.5 million Get Into Healthcare Programme.
Tutors will have recent experience in the health and social care sector and will be aware of the needs of unemployed and economically inactive learners looking to develop the skills necessary to progress into employment or further education and training. The Get Into Healthcare tutor will take responsibility for the effective running of the courses and the associated requirements in accordance with the GLA Adult Education Budget funding regulations.
Successful candidate will have a recognised teaching qualification (or a willingness to work towards) – PTTLS / CTLLS / DTLLS / CertEd / PGCE. A degree or L4+ Professional qualification in Health and Social Care or associated field. You should have the ability to motivate and inspire learners to achieve both online and, in the classroom.
This position is subject to DBS clearance. The College is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of learners and expects all staff to share this commitment. The College is an equal opportunities employer
Newham College of Further Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.