£21,213 - £22,508 pro rata
37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year
Under the direction of the Assistant Principal and in liaison with the Student Wellbeing Co-ordinator, you will be focusing upon learner retention and success by providing regular review meetings to enable learners to access all aspects of the College curriculum and achieve their learning goals. In the first instance, this role will involve supporting students predominantly following vocational courses. The role is pivotal in contributing to the College achieving ‘outstanding’ levels of student retention and achievement by tracking and monitoring learner’s academic progress, attendance and first line welfare concerns. In addition, you will identify learners who need to overcome barriers to learning, support learners to achieve their full potential, through close liaison with college specialist services as well as co-ordinating and delivering group tutorials and personal development activities.
As the role entails liaising with academic staff, students and parents you will need excellent communication skills as well as the ability to co-ordinate your own work load, being able to prioritise and multi-task as required.
The working week is 37 hours per week during college operating hours, however applicants who can work substantial part-time hours will also be given consideration. If you are applying on a substantial part-time basis please outline in your application how many hours you are able to work.
With the contractual hours of 37 hours per week for 40 weeks per year, the actual salary including holiday pay is £18,455 - £19,582 per annum.
This post is based at the College’s Sparsholt campus
Closing Date: 04 January 2021
Interview Date: 14 January 2021
• Eligibility to join a defined contribution pension scheme
• Free on-site parking
• Occupational Sick Pay Scheme
• Access to an employee assistance scheme
• On-site gym at the Sparsholt campus (membership £100 per annum)
• Facility to purchase Sparsholt produce including: plants, fruit & vegetables, fish and game.
• Access to discounted hair treatments at the Andover campus
• Ability to access a range of CPD events and support with undertaking professional qualifications
• Various food outlets and eateries offering good value food and drink at competitive prices
There is a nursery on the Sparsholt campus operated by a commercial provider.
The College is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of all learners and expects all staff to share this commitment.
All successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring (DBS) check and to provide proof of their eligibility to work in the UK.