Hair and Beauty Facilitator, 37 hrs per wk, 41 wks per yr.

South Essex College of Further & Higher Education
£15,704 - £15,704 Per Year
02 Apr 2021 05:34
18 Apr 2021 23:59
Further Education
Job Level
Worker / Practitioner
Hair / Beauty
Contract Type
Full Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Not Offered

Hair and Beauty Facilitator, 37 hrs per wk, 41 wks per yr.

The College is looking for a highly motivated individual to join the Hair & Beauty team within the Department of Service Industries to support students and staff. The role of Facilitator is a key one in the College and department as the efficient maintenance of teaching areas is vital to learner success, as well as working as a team. This is a key post within the Hair and Beauty department to support staff and students within the Salons across the College sites. This role is 37 hours per week; 41 weeks per year. Please note that having specialist knowledge within the Hair and/or Beauty remit would be advantageous. The successful candidates will prepare, set up and maintain equipment for classes and oversee its safe storage. You will provide an intrinsic role supporting and offering advice on technical issues and occasionally giving practical demonstrations to small groups of students as we as training and assessing learners within reception duties and displaying stock, those appointed will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills. You will ensure stock levels of products are maintained and liaise with suppliers to source equipment and products meeting the needs of staff and learners to support the assessments throughout all Hair and Beauty qualifications. This post will cover all campuses as and when required. FTE Salary, £17,291.00 Pro rata - 41 weeks = £15,704.12 Anyone starting midway through the academic year will have their monthly salary slightly reduced, as staff need to have worked a certain length of time through the academic year to be able to receive continued payment through the summer, when you won't be expected to work. The actual figure would be calculated once a start date is confirmed. At the beginning of the next academic year the monthly salary will revert to 1/12th of the whole pro rata salary quoted.


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