London South East Colleges is a successful and innovative College operating with sites across Bromley, Bexley, Orpington and Greenwich. With nearly 14,000 students and 1,000 members of staff, the College is a major employer in the area and makes a significant impact on the lives and future prospects of its learners who travel from across London to study with us. The College is also the sponsor of London South East Academies Trust, a growing Multi Academy which is rapidly developing a track record of academic and financial success. With a combined turnover of circa £65m and the ambitious growth plans of the group, there has never been a better time to join this exciting organisation.
At London South East Colleges, we pride ourselves on providing outstanding SpLD support to both 16-18 and adult learners. We are always looking for innovative ways to support our learners to develop their skills.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a SpLD Support Tutor and Assessor. Many of our learners who declare additional learning support needs, or have recognised disabilities, require a variety of approaches to help them to fulfil their potential and meet qualification aims. The successful candidate will be working in close collaboration with the ALS support tutors & classroom support staff team.
The role requires attributes to provide specialist advice, guidance and tuition to students with SpLD, and advise and support curriculum who teach learners with SpLD using a person centred approach.?
To be successful in this role, you’ll need to have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to effectively motivate and inspire others. You’ll also have exceptional organisational skills combined with good IT knowledge and sound administration skills.
*Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be considered upon receipt; we reserve the right to interview before the closing date*.
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As the College supports a number of children and vulnerable adults, all staff are exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Accordingly, all staff will be subject to an ‘Enhanced’ DBS (formerly CRB) check, along with a Children’s Barred List check if in regulated activity. Any offers of appointment may be withdrawn if these checks prove to be unsatisfactory to the College. Self-disclosure will be required as part of the recruitment process. If you fail to make a full disclosure or provide sight of your DBS certificate then your offer of employment is likely to be withdrawn. The College's DBS policy covers the recruitment of ex-offenders which is available upon request.
(Previous applicants need not apply – if applicable)