Post:                          ADULT AND COMMUNITY LEARNING TUTORS

Grade:                       Hourly Paid

Salary:                       Variable

Hours:                       Variable

Contract:                  Hourly Paid

Ref No:                     J43/18

Closing Date:          22 July2018

Interview date:        Week commencing 30 July 2018

Download:                CQ17 Lecturer JD WVR

 

Warrington & Vale Royal Colleges require part-time/hourly paid tutors to deliver courses in the community, for the following areas:

Holistic Tutor x 1

Candidates must have the required qualifications

  • Cert Ed/PGCE
  • Suitable qualification to deliver non accredited holistic classes (reflexology, head massage etc)

Italian Tutor x 2.

Candidates must have the required qualifications

  • Cert Ed/PGCE
  • Needed to deliver non accredited language classes / GCSE

French Tutor x 2.

Candidates must have the required qualifications

  • Cert Ed/PGCE
  • Needed to deliver non accredited language classes

Spanish Tutor x 2

Candidates must have the required qualifications

  • Cert Ed/PGCE
  • Needed to deliver non accredited language classes / GCSE
  • All applicants must have the relevant qualifications and a teaching qualification is desirable.

These classes may be held on various college sites (Warrington and Winsford).

Please email Andrew Clarke on AClarke@wvr.ac.uk to ask any general questions and to supply a phone number so he can call you back for an informal discussion if you would like one.

Please let us know which area you would like to be considered for in your application.

An enhanced DBS is required of the successful candidate.

PLEASE NOTE:  It is college policy that referees of short-listed candidates will automatically be approached prior to interview. One reference should be from your current or most recent employer.

 Please download our job application form here and email to jobs@wvr.ac.uk

 

`Warrington and Vale Royal College is committed to Equal Opportunities and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our learners’