Personal Progress Tutor

Recruiter
I Teachers Ltd
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£19939 pa
Posted
25 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Personal Progress Tutor Are you a confident graduate who is considerate to the needs of young people, and looking to secure a position in a Sixth Form College, supporting young adults to reach their potential? Can you effectively communicate with a range of people, including young adults, colleagues and parents to ensure you're assisting with the student's personal and social development? Perhaps your long-term goal is to become an educational psychologist with this role being an excellent stepping stone towards gaining paid experience for a fixed one-year academic contract at an inner-city Birmingham Sixth Form? Personal Progress Tutor - Provide Pastoral, Social and Academic support - Must be degree educated - Previous work with young people desirable - Paid up to £19,000 Term Time Only - Easily located from Birmingham city centre - Excellent support and training - Interviewing for an immediate start Personal Progress Tutor - The Role: For this personal progress tutor role you will be using your degree specialism to support and motivate student's post 16. You will be allocated a small group of students who you will assist and support them through the year both academically and with personal, social or emotional difficulties. You will also act as a "professional friend" ensuring student's focus and achieve their academic potential. You will support sixth form students with their UCAS applications and liaise with external agencies as and when required. Further, you will liaise and work collaboratively with both subject specific teachers and within cross-curricular activities, ensuring students receive the support they need both inside and outside of the classroom. Personal Progress Tutor - Candidate information: To be successful in this role you should be: - A confident communicator, both written and verbal as you will be required to liaise with students, parents and colleagues. - Strong academic background, ideally from a Russell Group University, with high A level achievements - Aspiring to become either a teacher or educational psychologist and looking to gain paid experience prior to this - Able to motivate and build a rapport with students post 16 Be passionate about supporting students of all abilities and backgrounds & be driven to ensuring students reach their personal attainment In order to be considered for this personal progress tutor role - send your CV by clicking 'apply now' to Natalie at i-teachers.
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