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Literacy Functional Skills Tutor with CASE

By January 22, 2020Vacancies

Deadline 3rd February

Founded in 1985 by parents and carers of people with a learning disability, CASE is a local charity working with local people and their families towards creating better life opportunities. Everything that CASE do is focused on improving their clients’ lives to help them to grow as individuals, develop their independence and by learning new skills so that they can actively contribute in the community.

Salary – £23,500 per annum, pro rata

18 hours per week-  Wed pm & Thursday Friday

An exciting teaching opportunity has arisen for an experienced, knowledgeable and passionate trainer to teach Literacy Functional Skills.

As a trainer, you will have a cohort of learners split into small groups.

You will be responsible for delivering Functional skills lessons, bringing learning to life in a way that excites and inspires our learners.

You will work closely with the Services team to support learners with additional needs through their journey from recruitment to achievement, taking full responsibility for the achievement of your learners.

The main objectives of the role are:

  • Plan and deliver fun and engaging lessons that challenge learners
  • Monitor the progression of learners using learning support plans
  • Mark and provide constructive feedback to learners
  • Support learners to set and achieve their aspirational goals

You must have a proven credible track record of working in a functional skill setting for a minimum period of 2 years and experience of delivering outstanding lessons and achieving excellent outcomes for learners.

You must have a recognised teaching qualification.

The successful candidate will need an enhanced DBS disclosure, the cost of this will be met by the employer.

To apply please send your CV to Vicky Norton at vicky@case4life.org  alternatively post to: CASE Training, 60 Charles Street, Hull, HU2 8DQ

Closing date: 3rd February 2020

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