Progress and Destination Tutor Job Job Ref: 18-152
Full or Part-time considered
Salary: £21,503 - £23,354 pro rata
Up to 37 hours per week
38 weeks per year
Colchester Institute is seeking an organised, proactive, professional and positive individual to join Colchester Institute as a Progress and Destination Tutor.
You will work in liaison with curriculum and teaching staff to provide appropriate support for students, with the overall aim to ensure that all students progress on their programmes and that they are equipped with the skills and information needed to reach a positive destination; thus positively contributing to the College’s retention, attendance and destination results. As a Progress and Destination Tutor you are deployed into any curriculum area.
The successful candidate will have a genuine interest in, and enthusiasm for, working with young people, and will be able to demonstrate their experience and successes in engaging with the 16 – 18 year old age group. They will have a passion for Further Education and the role this can play in boosting the opportunities and self-belief of young people. They will be proactive, resilient and willing to take on new challenges and try different approaches to get the most from their caseload of students.
You will have a good standard of education to at least level 3 (e.g. A-Level or equivalent), as well as GCSE’s grade 4-9 (A-C equivalent) including Maths and English. You will also have a Level 3 or 4 mentoring / coaching qualification or have a willingness to achieve this in post.
Closing Date: 18th August 2019
Colchester Institute is committed to the rights of learners within all its learning locations; it is committed to promoting their welfare, protecting their physical and psychological well-being and safeguarding them from all forms of abuse. The College’s Safeguarding and Child Protection policy aims to ensure that all learners attending the College do so in a safe and secure environment. Colchester Institute expects all staff to share this commitment. For more information on the College’s Safeguarding and Child Protection policy, please, contact the Student Services department at the College.