About the role:
This is an exciting opportunity to work the College's Supported Internship learners based at Great Ormond Street Hospital. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about assisting our interns overcome barriers and help them into employment. You must be able to establish a positive working relationship with individuals who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities.
You will be required to provide learning support to students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities (including emotional and/or behavioural difficulties) within Supported Internships at Great Ormond St Hospital Moorfields Hospital or any other college location.
To differentiate and facilitate learning according to the student need. You may be working 1:1 or in a group setting.
Have a flexible and student centred approach that fosters independence and enabling students to participate fully in College life. The ability to support and empower students in the learning of practical and academic subjects as well as in developing their social and life skills.
You will require Math's and English GCSE grade A-C or (9 to 4) or equivalent Level 2 literacy/numeracy qualification along with experience of working with learners with learning difficulties and/ or disabilities in an educational setting.
We are the largest college group in London. Our colleges include City and Islington College, Westminster Kingsway College, and The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London. We are committed to success through equality and diversity.
About City and Islington College:
City and Islington College is the first choice Further Education College for thousands of young people and adults across London. It achieves excellent academic results year on year for its students and creates pathways to careers for people of all ages.
City & Islington College is part of the Capital City College Group.
Closing date: 25th November 2019
This role will be starting 2nd December 2019.
Strictly no agencies.
City and Islington College 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.