”Come and join Oldham College in its ambition to become “Outstanding” and the “Best Place to Learn and Work” and be part of our exciting Faculty of Additional Learning Support.”
We are looking for:
• Programme Tutor – SEND
£23,746 - £30,043
We are a local college with a reputation for dynamism, success and providing a high level of technical and vocational education and training.
We embrace and encourage all those who are driven to better themselves, achieve their goals and reach new heights. Excellent resources combined with exceptional tutors and student support means that whatever your ambition, we can help you to achieve it.
The college is regarded as a “Good” across every area: “Our quality of teaching, learning and assessment are good”, “overall achievement has improved” and “we continue to nurture the culture of inclusion across the college. Staff, learners and apprentices embrace and promote equality of opportunity and celebrate diversity” as stated in a recent OFSTED inspection.
Each year we have approximately 5,000 full / part-time students and apprentices studying at our College and approximately 600 students studying at our University Campus.
JOINING OUR JOURNEY
When you join our college, our colleagues have access to numerous benefits and facilities:
• Generous Pension Scheme
• Occupational Health Service
• Enhanced Maternity/Paternity provision
• Staff Development days/week (Jan, July, Aug)
• Free confidential counselling service
• Staff recognition awards
• On-site Day Nursery
• On-site hair and beauty salon and The Grange Theatre
• Golden Hello scheme for hard to fill roles, (dependent on experience)
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Faculty of Skills & Employability is seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher to deliver a diverse and challenging programme relevant to individual learning goals for SEND students studying on Preparing for Adulthood and Preparing for Work.
This programme tutor will be responsible for developing the skills required for students to present themselves confidently and articulately within the community and the workplace. The role will involve helping students to develop independent skills, self-awareness in terms of communication and vocal skills, body language and assertiveness.
The post-holder will develop students through a variety of college and community activities. The successful candidate will have some experience of working with young people with learning needs and disabilities. Experience of developing young people in practical situations, using role-play, vocal techniques and physical skills will be an advantage. Previous experience of teaching English or Mathematics and employability skills will also be helpful.
The role will require you to embed and work to the college’s values; working with Integrity, having Ambition to help our learners succeed and being Inclusive to learners and colleagues alike.
Oldham 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.