British Sign Language Tutor
Permanent, Part Time
Up to £27,338 per annum (pay award pending)
Working Style: Anywhere worker
Please note this is a part time opportunity working 4 hours per week during term time, this role may require some evening working.
Adult Community Learning are looking for a passionate individual to teach BSL ( British Sign Language) . The role will include teaching a variety of courses from beginners to more advanced levels. The BSL tutor will be required to design, plan, deliver and evaluate high quality learning opportunities and experiences for adult learners in response to their identified needs.
ACL Essex is the largest provider of adult education in the county. Our aim is to provide learners with as many ways to flourish as possible, to be there in communities across Essex, to make a difference to residents and businesses, so they can make a difference for themselves and to the places that they live in.
What’s in it for you?:
- Not only will the successful candidate be joining a team of experienced professionals.
- You will receive a salary of up to £27,338 per annum (FTE)
- An additional 60% uplift for teaching contact hours is included for lesson preparation and marking.
- You will also have access to hundreds of discounts and perks as well as the opportunity to join our competitive pension scheme.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
- Motivate and inspire learners to promote achievement and develop their skills to enable progression
- Plan and deliver effective learning programmes for diverse groups or individuals in a safe and inclusive environment, following ACL safeguarding procedures
- Address the needs of learners and work creatively to overcome individual barriers to learning
- Enable learners to share responsibility for their own learning and assessment, setting goals that stretch and challenge
- Apply appropriate and fair methods of assessment and provide constructive and timely feedback to support progression and achievement
- Maintain and update your teaching / training expertise, vocational competence and digital skills
- Contribute to organisational development and quality improvement through collaboration with others
- To initially assess learners’ starting points and monitor their progress, set challenging tasks and objectives, and build on and extend learning for all learners.
- To support learners to develop personal, social and employability skills in order for them to progress into further learning or jobs that meet local and national needs.
Knowledge, skills and experience:
- Nationally recognised teaching qualification or teaching / training experience on subject
- A good knowledge of the RARPA process (recognising and recording learner progress and achievement in non-accredited courses)
- Competent user of ICT
- Ability to inspire, motivate and raise aspirations of learners through your enthusiasm and knowledge
- Good understanding of social and cultural diversity, equality of opportunity and inclusion and safeguarding
- Minimum of Level 2 in English
To read more about us please visit: https://www.workingforessex.com/role/education/
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If you are interested in finding out more about this role, we would love to hear from you. Please apply via the Working for Essex website.
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