The School of Foundation Studies is looking for exceptional teachers to join their team in full time and hourly paid teaching roles. This is a key post which requires an understanding of Special Educational Needs.
We are looking for an exceptional teacher, with the qualities to make a difference to our learners. Experience within foundation learning would help, but if you have teaching ability and could adapt your skills, we would love to hear from you.
This role would suit someone capable of creating and developing a range of learning opportunities to meet the needs of our students and the relevant awarding bodies from pre-entry to Entry level 3.
Understanding complex learner needs and ensuring that barriers to learning are removed will essential for this role. An understanding of the SEND reforms and how the Code of Practice impacts on FE courses is also important.
Good attention to detail is important with the ability to maintain accurate records utilising the College systems.
As part of a specialist team, you will be expected to deliver high-quality provision and personalised learning, encouraging learners to enhance their skills and achieve their full potential set out in their Educational, Health and Care Plans.
This role requires a problem-solver with high expectations of themselves and our learners. This position will suit a flexible and highly organised individual that can plan and deliver sessions that meet the needs of young people in the department.
We are looking for people to start in these roles as soon as possible.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 1 September 2019
The successful candidate will join the School of Foundation Studies.
West Herts College Group is positive about disabled people. If you need help applying for this role please contact the Human Resources team.
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