Do you have experience in supporting children/ young people as a one-to-one and looking for some flexible work?
We are looking for an intervention tutor to work directly with children and young people in supporting to meet the academic criteria to their peers. The role involves encouraging pupil outside of mainstream settings.
This intervention tutor role involves providing informative, engaging sessions face to face with children at their residential home. This is often alongside a school or social workers to support their pupil with alternative provision until a full school place is confirmed for a specialist school if required or within a mainstream school for recent arrivals to the area/ those who are leaving school.
What to expect from this role?
- You will be planning resources around the child's needs as this could be likely on developing their knowledge in core subjects such as Maths, English and Science.
- Resourcing engaging and creative lessons to get pupils back up to speed in their learning.
- Being able to manage and implement different behaviour strategies and coping mechanisms would be desirable in this role as the pupil will likely have behaviour needs that need to be met.
The location for this would vary dependent on the need of the pupil but would be pre-agreed prior to commencement of the tuition. All pupils for this role however will be based in the Tameside area which has extensive transport links by bus, train or tram.
What are we looking for in a tutor?
Have experience working with children or young people.
Range of behaviour management and coping mechanism.
Able to plan and deliver core and cross-curricular engaging sessions.
Applying skills to get pupils education back up to speed.
Checking that pupils are on track to achieve their desired learning outcomes and being able to provide feedback.
Desirable - SEN experience, any additional languages.
To be successful in your application, you must be able to provide evidence of this as skills and experience.
Please be aware that all applicants will be subject to background checks and will need a current DBS certificate (update service registered). Teaching Personnel can support your application should this be required.
Working hours are between Monday to Friday, 8.30am-3.30pm approximately, but you may be offered additional duties and responsibilities outside of these hours.
Benefits of working with Teaching Personnel:
A dedicated consultant to discuss current or future roles with you
Payment in house, meaning no fees from Umbrella companies
£20-25 an hour or above
13 weeks off per year
Opportunities for further development in the form of CPD
If this opportunity sounds like something which you would really excel in, or if you want to hear about other Tutoring opportunities, please send over your up-to-date CV.
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see (url removed)/faqs for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.