ENGLISH SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) LECTURER
Location: HMP Huntercombe, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 5SB
Hours: 37.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year
Flexible Working: Dependent on the College’s needs, we will consider applications from those seeking flexible or part-time hours
Salary: Up to £34,000 per annum (Subject to experience)
Apprenticeships: Development opportunities are available through Apprenticeship standards
Reporting To: Education Manager
Milton Keynes College have an opportunity for a passionate English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Lecturer who believes in the power of transforming lives through learning.
If you can effectively engage with learners and can demonstrate excellent classroom management skills, we would like you to be part our education team based at HMP Huntercombe.
As an ESOL Lecturer, you will be delivering ESOL classes to diverse groups of learners based within the prison. Working in a prison environment can be challenging but highly rewarding and varied.
Milton Keynes College is passionate about reducing re-offending by providing learners with qualifications and skills that they can apply to employment whilst in custody and upon release. We would like you to be part of the learner’s journey, offering your skills and knowledge to guide them throughout their courses.
If you are highly motivated with a can-do approach to education, this is a great opportunity for you!
MK College will treat all applicants fairly and with respect, irrespective of their background, disability, or any other individual characteristic. We particularly encourage applications from people with backgrounds which are currently under-represented within Milton Keynes College. All offers made to successful candidates are subject to satisfactory outcomes to a range of pre-employment checks including a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS). In addition, security clearance is required for all prison services positions up to Counter Terrorist Check (CTC) level.
ABOUT HMP HUNTERCOMBE
HMP Huntercombe opened as a prison in 1946, the site was originally built as an internment camp during the last war, when for a short period it held Rudolf Hess, on his way south after he famously parachuted into Scotland. Extensive redevelopment has taken place over the last twenty years and there is little left of the wartime buildings.
Currently Huntercombe is a Category C adult male establishment holding a solely foreign national population in order to support government priorities on the deportation of foreign national offenders. Courses delivered within the prison include: English, Maths, ICT, P&D, Barbering, Construction, Hospitality, Art and ESOL.
The education department working day is from 7.50am – 4.40pm Monday – Thursday & 7.50am-1.30pm Friday
** For further information about this opportunity, please refer to the attached document.