Job Reference: 57668
Lecturer – Foundation Learning (Maths, English, ESOL, SEND)
- Crook, County Durham
- £12.42 - £15.63 per hour
- Temporary / Full Time
Seven Resourcing are looking for a number of temporary Lecturer’s to work in Crook, Durham. This position is initially for a period of 6 weeks and is for 18 hours per week on average. The hourly rate will range from £12.42 (PAYE) and £15.63 (Umbrella).
We’re looking for candidates to cover at 4-6 classes per week for Ukrainian refugees working up to 18 hours per post. The ideal candidate will have experience of teaching and supporting learners with differing needs and delivering both informal and regulated ESOL classes and qualifications. The post may involve travel between centres and to employer’s premises including regular day time and evening working and the possibility of some weekend working. The working conditions could include classrooms, workshops/employer’s premises or in community venues. This may involve long periods of standing, manual handling, lifting, carrying and erecting of resources as well as some lone working before and after classes.
- To contribute to learner recruitment and selection including preparation of course descriptions and guidance and other marketing information as directed,
To attend enrolment and recruitment events and provide advice on suitability of courses for individuals,
To provide information, advice and guidance to prospective learners on the suitability of courses for learners and on wider issues connected with learning and work,
To carry out initial assessment of learner’s skills, interests and aptitudes and devise the individual learning plan and learning and personal goals with the learner,
To contribute to the development of resources and learning materials for courses,
To prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and associated materials considering the needs of individual learners, the need to promote English and Maths across every curriculum area, and the promotion of safety, health, equality, diversity, safeguarding and sustainability,
To deliver good or outstanding teaching and learning using innovative methods and e-learning and taking into account the needs of individual learners, supporting them to achieve their goals,
To plan for and deliver additional learning support, personalised learning or adjust teaching strategies to deal with learners with additional needs, including those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities,
To implement assessment procedures that review and assess formative and summative progress of the learner and, where appropriate, to review learner’s progress with employers,
To prepare learners for examination or assessment,
Where directed, to act as a personal tutor or pastoral support to nominated individuals or groups of learners,
To promote, as directed, the learner support and learner financial assistance available,
To promote progression into further learning opportunities for learners
- Qualifications: A minimum level 5 teaching qualification – DTLLS, CertEd or equivalent.
- Experience: 1+ year of post-graduate experience within a similar role.
- Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK. Current DBS check and references covering the last 2 years.
- Travel: Clean UK driving license with the ability to commute to and from work independently.
- Hours: 18 hours p/w.
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