The Manchester College

Student Mentor

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
Up to £20292.08 per annum + Excellent benefits.
09 Aug 2018
16 Aug 2018
LTE Group
Teacher Training
Teacher Training Not Offered
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time
Organisational Type
Land-based College
Student Mentor

Salary GBP 20,292.08

Based at Openshaw Campus, Manchester

Fixed-term contract until end of July 2019

Full-time working 37 hours per week

*Please note, we can only consider applications that have been completed and submitted directly on our Company Website*

Our Organisation

As the largest Further Education College in the UK, we're shaping an amazing future for our students. With our focus on careers and a work-ready Greater Manchester, we're creating greater opportunities in the heart of our city and leading the way in education.

At The Manchester College, we've got ambitious goals for the future and a strong vision to lead the way in the region, and the country. For Further Education, our vision is to be 'the leading college for progression and employability.' As our Higher Education facilities continue to grow, we want to be 'a leading provider of flexible, affordable, career-relevant university education'. We have many Campus locations across Greater Manchester, each with its own specialist cutting-edge facilities within a friendly and supportive environment.

Your Opportunity

We are looking to hire a skilled and compassionate Student Mentor to support and develop the personal, social and health education of learners within a specific business unit for all age groups. This includes using action plans and target setting, alongside utilising internal and external support agencies.

You will support the achievement of the programme of study, and encourage progression routes into a desired employment sector. You will prepare learners for employment and active citizenship within society beyond their time at The Manchester College.

The Student Support Mentor is required to Offer and provide pastoral support and guidance for academic and personal issues. You will communicate effectively and refer to parents/guardians and external agencies in regard to the student's welfare and academic progress as well as the promotion of TMC and specific department through Open Days, Interview Evenings, school links

Our Recruitment Process

*Please note, we can only consider applications that have been completed and submitted directly on our Company Website*

Similar jobs

Similar jobs