Employability and PSD Tutor

Job purpose

Create, design and deliver a dynamic and engaging curriculum, to motivate and inspire learners to succeed.

Provide curriculum content which develops personal growth and an individual’s work-readiness supporting them to progress successfully.

Integrate relevant policy guidance and embrace the principles of the Education Inspection Framework e.g. British Values and PHSE.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Work across teams to ensure a joined-up approach to the promotion of employer engagement activities that maximises student interaction and participation, developing their skills and knowledge.
  • Work collaboratively with the coaching team creating a seamless and integrated approach to learner development so they are best placed to access opportunities for apprenticeships or employment.
  • Prepare quality schemes of work, lesson plans and materials as required for learners on Study Programme.
  • Use initial and diagnostic assessments and Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) to effectively plan the learner’s individual learning journey.
  • Plan and deliver engaging classes and workshops that inspire learners to achieve.
  • Prepare learners effectively for assessments in accordance with JCQ and/or Awarding Body requirements.
  • Monitor attendance, punctuality and achievement, setting improvement targets where standards are not met.
  • Work with the Head of Education and Inclusion, and Coaching Team to ensure the curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact remains current and effective.
  • Liaise with the Data Team and other key staff to confirm learner qualification registration, ensuring that any special adjustments are in place.
  • Maintain accurate and complete tutor records, tracking, and monitoring learner progress and development to ensure high accreditation pass rates and good retention.
  • Provide Business Development team with CV’s of suitable candidates for City Gateway Apprenticeship opportunities.
  • Promote, challenge and demonstrate behaviours that will help our learners become good citizens, through the adoption of City Gateways Core Values alongside British Values.
  • Work closely with the Head of Education and Inclusion to ensure that teaching and learning is judged Good or Outstanding by Ofsted.
  • Undertake a minimum of 30 hours Continuous Professional Development (CPD) per year.

As part of our safer recruitment policy we require all applicants to complete an application form.

Please download, complete, and email this, along with your CV and cover letter, to hr.recruitment@citygateway.org.uk.

Please submit your application by Tuesday 20th February with interviews and micro teach w/c 26th February 2024.