About the Role
We are looking for an ESOL tutor to take on a 0.7 permanent position
The successful candidate for this ESOL Lecturing position will be required to:
• Teach ESOL for the allocated number of hours on 0.7 basis
• Take part in departmental meetings and professional development
• Take part in Open Days and assessment/enrolment events
• Monitor learner's progress and contribute to the evaluation and reporting of results in the relevant subject area
• Aim to make the subject interesting and accessible to a range of students with delivery \\ resources used.
• Effective planning, administrative and organisational skills as well as the ability to meet deadlines in a timely manner
• Be committed to professional self-development, through participation in training courses
• Teach at least part of the time at our Surbiton site
• To be available to teach evenings and possibly weekends
We are looking for experienced ESOL tutors that have the following:
• A recognised teaching qualification e.g. DTLLS, PCET, PGCE or QCF Level 5 Diploma in Education
• Recent experience of teaching adults in an ESOL classroon
• The ability to engage different learners through a range of teaching resources
• A valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one
Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College are committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of students and staff. This process begins with our safer recruitment process which involves using the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for enhanced clearance checks for all staff, seeking references from previous employers, confirming the identity of all appointees, and checking that they have a right to work in the UK. No candidate will be allowed to commence active duty within the College, until our safer recruitment process has been fully completed to the required standards.
Equality, Diversity, & Inclusion:
At RHACC, we are committed to the promotion of equality and diversity and as part of this we seek to ensure the fair treatment of applicants for roles at the College. We are a disability confident employer and guarantees an interview for any disabled applicant who meets the minimum criteria for the job. As an employer who is committed to equality, we actively encourage applications from all those within the protected characteristic groups defined under the Equality Act.
We are delighted to be able to recruit for wonderful opportunity to join our team for the above position. RHACC is just one of nine dedicated adult and community colleges in the UK, placing us in a unique segment of the education sector. RHACC was established in 2017 but has roots dating back to 1895, with an emphasis on providing our expertise in learning for wellbeing, skills for life and career development to disadvantaged women, people who have a disability and adults in need of improved wellbeing and career development.
This is an exciting opportunity where continued development opportunities are always available. We also offer a large number of benefits such as:
Our Commitment Toward Equality and Diversity
We are strongly committed to ensure a diverse workforce from all backgrounds, culture, and protected characteristics. We believe that this is what helps our entrepreneurial and innovative approach that creates an inclusive College that generates great service and pride in what we do.
We would encourage applicants to apply for the position that they have suitable skills for, and we actively encourage applications from underrepresented groups. As a Disability Confident Employer, we offer a guaranteed interview for those applicants that meet the minimal requirements of the vacancy.
Safer Recruitment Commitment
As an education provider, we are committed to our statutory and moral duties in safeguarding our learners. This commitment extends to all applications to work with us, including those that supply to us. All individuals will be required to successfully complete the safer recruitment checks which includes: