VACANCY - Pastoral Tutor
Salary: £20,305 - £22,522 Depending on qualification and experience
Contract: Full Time, Permanent
Start Date: 1st July 2020
We have a great opportunity to join Cirencester College Pastoral team.
You will have responsibility of looking after a number of tutor groups, meeting with students on a 1:1 basis and supporting their wellbeing and progression pastorally and academically including induction, ILPs, contextualised guidance, UCAS, WEX – monitoring and reporting to ensure compliance and appropriate support.
You will take part in a carousel of tutorials delivering subject matter within areas of expertise/comfort, delivering the same session to several groups. Be subject to quality/performance monitoring and to share/observe good practice where relevant.
In addition, you will support the Pastoral Leads in the delivery and continuous improvement of our overall health and wellbeing services. Supporting the service on a day-to-day basis, handling the concerns of students and helping to tackle behavioural and attendance issues. You will help to promote positive mental health and encourage students to engage in activities appropriate to their needs.
You will have done or be prepared to do Advanced Safeguarding training and have a keen interest in health and wellbeing. Mental Health First Aid training would be desirable.
Further details can be found in the job description.
Closing Date: 9th June 2020
PLEASE APPLY NOW - this may be closed once sufficient applications are received.
We do not accept CVs as a method of application. Please complete the application form provided and submit with a covering letter. Thank you.
Benefits include: LGPS defined benefit pension scheme (including life assurance), sick pay scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, free on-site car parking, on-site fitness suite, Refectory and Cycle to Work Scheme.
This 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.
Cirencester 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.