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Employment Opportunities

This is an exciting time to be joining our forward thinking, rapidly improving 11-18 College. We are looking to recruit enthusiastic people who really want to make a difference to the lives of students. Joining our Co-operative College at this time, colleagues would be able to access high quality CPD to support their classroom practice. The successful candidate will have a passion for students’ learning, be motivated and enthusiastic, and wish to make a positive contribution to the education of our students.

Academic Support Co-ordinator - English (Permanent post)

Hours 27.5 hours per week - 39 weeks per year (term time only)
Grade NJC Grade D - £17,333 - £19,817 pro rata for hours worked
Salary ACTUAL SALARY £10,935 - £12,502
Start date ASAP

The main focus of this role is to assist and support teaching staff in meeting the academic needs of students both individually and in groups. The post will include developing, co-ordinating and delivering programmes of support within the Maths curriculum. The role requires the person to establish supportive relationships with students, often working with them on a 1:1 basis. The post requires an awareness of academic data used to support the progress of students in Maths and on the techniques that may be employed to improve student outcomes. A level Maths and some experience of working with young people in either primary, secondary or youth work contexts are essential criteria.

Covering Letter (122k pdf document)
College Information Pack (1.96MB pdf document)
Job Description


Application Form (word format) (90k pdf format)
Diversity Form (word format) (46k pdf format)


Academic Support Co-ordinator - Maths (Temporary post)

Hours 13.75 hours per week- 39 weeks per year (term time only)
Grade NJC Grade D - £17,333 - £19,817 pro rata for hours worked
Salary ACTUAL SALARY £5,468 - £6,251
Start date ASAP

The main focus of this role is to assist and support teaching staff in meeting the academic needs of students both individually and in groups. The post will include developing, co-ordinating and delivering programmes of support within the Maths curriculum.  The role requires the person to establish supportive relationships with students, often working with them on a 1:1 basis. The post requires an awareness of academic data used to support the progress of students in Maths and on the techniques that may be employed to improve student outcomes.  A level Maths and some experience of working with young people in either primary, secondary or youth work contexts are essential criteria.


Covering Letter (122k pdf document)
College Information Pack (1.96MB pdf document)
Job Description


Application Form (word format) (90k pdf format)
Diversity Form (word format) (46k pdf format)



If you experience any problems downloading any of the above documents, please request a hard copy by sending a large SAE to the Recruitment Officer, Tavistock College, Crowndale Road, Tavistock, PL19 8DD.

If you wish to send in an application electronically, please email your application form to recruitment@tavistockcollege.devon.sch.uk

*For the purposes of diversity monitoring, applicants for Devon County Council posts at Tavistock College are asked to complete a diversity monitoring form. If you will be downloading an application form then please complete the appropriate on-line diversity form. Thank you.

 

 

Page updated 22 August 2014

 

Tavistock College
Crowndale Road, Tavistock
Devon PL19 8DD

01822 614231
enquiries@tavistockcollege.devon.sch.uk
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