Position Title: High Needs Tutor
Salary: Band A £20,454 to £26,559 per annum/pro rata
Contract Type: 1x Full Time Permanent; 1x Part Time Permanent
Hours: 37 Mon-Fri/22.2 Mon-Fri
Work Location: Withington ALC, 24a Burton Road, Manchester, M20 3ED
Working Style: Fixed-based
DBS Check Required: Yes- Enhanced DBS Check
Qualification(s) Required: Yes- qualified in Adult or FE teaching/Level 3 sector-specific qualification
Closing Date: 25th July 2022
An exciting opportunity has become available to join the High Needs team with MAES. The team deliver high quality education to young people with Education, Health and Care plans. It is an opportunity to work with young people as they prepare for adulthood and to support positive outcomes. The team deliver both in an adult learning centre and in the wider community.
The post holder(s) will deliver both 1-1 and classroom based learning. They will also work with the District Programme Leader to identify learners at risk of disengagement and support them to stay on course. You should be an inspiring teacher with an ability to enthuse learners about their subject and personal goals. Experience of working with young people with SEND would be an advantage but is not essential.
This post requires the role-holder be qualified in Adult or FE teaching and have maintained their competency in a recent teaching role. The role-holder must have a Level 3 sector-specific qualification relating to the subject sector the role-holder will teach.
The post is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (amended in 2013). Appointable candidates will be required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Information provided by you or the DBS will be dealt with in a confidential manner and in accordance with the DBS Code of Practice which can be viewed here. We have a policy on the Employment of Ex-Offenders and it is available upon request.
This post is also subject to satisfactory references and other pre-employment checks where applicable.
As a fixed base worker, you would work from specific locations. This could be because you use specialist equipment or because you work with the public from a fixed location. You may work from more than one fixed location and you would usually have a dedicated workspace or team area. Your hours and times of work may be more flexible depending on the type of role you have.
Manchester City Council is committed to giving fair support to members of the Armed Forces and veterans, whilst recognising and remembering the sacrifices they have made. The aim of The Armed Forces Covenant is to ensure that the Armed Forces and veterans are not disadvantaged, when applying for vacancies with Manchester City Council. Armed Forces and veterans will be guaranteed an interview where they meet the Minimum requirements for the role.
Manchester City Council values equality and works to provide a fair and inclusive environment for a workforce that is as diverse as the communities it serves. We want to further increase the diversity of our workforce, in particular the number of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff and disabled staff at all levels of the Council. This advert is open to all applicants, and we would particularly welcome applications from candidates identifying with one or both of those characteristics.