Based at Waverley Training Services, Farnham, GU9 7EE
1 x Part-time post (30 hours per week)
Are you able to motivate, inspire and challenge others to achieve their full potential?
Do you have a teaching or assessing qualification and qualifications in English and maths?
Have you had experience at middle manager level or higher, with responsibility for substantial programmes and resources?
Due to expansion, we are looking for a Tutor who can primarily deliver Apprenticeships in Management Levels 3 & 5 plus Business Administration from Level 3
The role is teaching and assessing learners who are based at employer sites within Surrey, Hampshire, and surrounding areas. The role is full time although part time applications will be considered. Apprenticeship Standards may include Functional Skills in maths and English. Teaching sessions will be on a one-to-one basis as well as delivering to groups.
We are looking for a Tutor who has had relevant workplace experience within Management and Teaching and are occupationally competent to deliver Level 3,4 and Level 5 qualifications. It is essential to have a good working knowledge of IT (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint etc.). You must have a car insured for business use.
Within the probationary period you will need to achieve the TAQA assessors award and take Functional Skills in English and maths at level 2 (unless previously achieved).
- Employer contribution of 17.2% of your salary by Waverley Borough Council
- Generous holiday allowance plus additional Waverley days
- Laptop, tablet, and mobile phone provided
This role will require an Enhanced DBS check. (Further information can be obtained from www.disclosure.gov.uk)
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Susan Freke, Teaching and Learning on 01252 725872 or 07812 220811
Core working hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm.
Strictly no agencies please.
Closing date for applications: Friday 28 January 2022 at 9am
Interview date: Tuesday 8 February 2022
Please note we do not accept applications after the time given on the advert