Higher Education Tutorial Supervisor (Employability and Progression)

City College Norwich
£24,265 - £25,897 Per Year, per annum
14 Sep 2022 05:21
28 Sep 2022 23:59
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Higher Education, Employability / Functional Skills
Contract Type
Full Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Not Offered

Higher Education Tutorial Supervisor (Employability and Progression)

Higher Education Tutorial Supervisor (Employability and Progression)
26 hours per week, 52 weeks per year
£24,265 - £25,897 per annum pro rata

The Role

Working 1-2-1 or with small groups you will be supporting degree students to progress into employment or higher-level study. You will develop a strong understanding of our courses and students using this to develop links with employers and Universities to provide the best support, advice and guidance. From sourcing employers to support curriculum, through to helping students to explore work experience, this is a varied role across our 4 delivery sites.

The Applicant

With personal experience of Higher Education and a coaching approach to supporting others you will have strong skills to create links with employers and institutions. Whilst experience of working with students in an advisory capacity is valuable it is not essential, and training and support will be provided.

Travel: A full, clean driving licence, and access to your own car is desirable although our sites can be accessed via public transport.

Please click here to view the Job Description and Person Specification.

Closing date: 28 th September 2022

All newly appointed employees are required to complete an enhanced DBS Check and register with the DBS Update Service. Please note: From 28 November 2020 the government implemented changes to the filtering rules, and we have been instructed that we cannot accept any update service checks on DBS certificates that have been issued before this date. Therefore, a new one must be completed with City College Norwich.