Lecturers 15-18 ESOL (sessional)
“Inspiring our community through high quality education and training”
We are an award winning College and in 2018 Ofsted rated us as Good with Outstanding features. We have invested £60 million in recent years to ensure that we offer our staff and students the best state-of-the art facilities in the region. We are located right in the heart of Croydon with a vibrant cultural and social scene and excellent transport links.
We are seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and flexible lecturer, with excellent interpersonal skills, to teach, assess and tutor learners aged 15-18 from pre entry to level 1. You should have a strong background in teaching ESOL to unaccompanied asylum seekers and/or refugees between the ages of 15 and 18 and also possess a clear understanding of current and future curriculum developments within this area.
Lecturers also are involved in maintaining robust management systems and processes and ensuring outstanding practice in key areas such as safeguarding, equality and diversity and health and safety.
A teaching qualification (DTTLS or equivalent) together with a relevant degree, or appropriate higher level qualification is essential, together with extensive teaching experience with this age group. You will be required to demonstrate excellent communication and organisational skills, and be committed to the professional development of yourself to deliver outstanding results.
Literacy and Numeracy, at or above Level 2, is also required.
If you would like an opportunity to be employed by an organisation that has achieved a good Ofsted rating, and is working towards being an outstanding provider, we would like to hear from you.
Closing date: 15 December 2019
Interview date: 6 January 2020
CVs are not accepted.
This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.
We encourage applications from all sectors of the community, to reflect our diverse student population.
Croydon 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.