Salary scale at £29.16 per hour (including holiday pay)
Plus generous holidays and benefits package
Adult Learning Wales has a fantastic opportunity for highly skilled, qualified tutors to deliver Numeracy courses to learners across the county of Carmarthenshire through the Multiply project. To plan, develop, deliver, evaluate and assess courses and learning programmes in accordance with learner needs and Adult Learning Wales’s Quality Procedures, in support of delivering high quality learning.
The Tutor role is a diverse, hands on role where you be working independently and also with the regional team.
You will have responsibility for (but not exhaustive to):
- Planning and preparing courses – preparing lesson plans and schemes of work. Selecting learning materials and a range of learning methods to meet the learner’s needs.
- Supporting learners – Assessing learners’ previous learning experiences and achievements, providing them with appropriate advice and guidance, and ensuring learners are aware of their progression routes.
- General – undertake administrative tasks in line with regulations for the funding of Adult Learning Wales. Attend relevant tutor meetings, quality briefings and relevant accreditation / moderation meetings.
Please be aware that the post holder will be required to travel to and deliver sessions within all areas of Carmarthenshire, both rural and urban.
Multiply is a government-funded project to help adults improve their numeracy skills, providing free courses to adults without a Maths GCSE at C grade or equivalent. More information can be found via Multiply in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
If you have the right skills and want to work in a hugely rewarding field where your actions make a difference to people across Wales, then we would love to receive your application.
For an informal conversation or to learn more about the role please contact Beth John, Regional Manager South West and Mid Wales, Beth.John@adultlearning.wales
Apply by 9.00am Wednesday 14th February 2024 using the application form please note CVs are not accepted. More details about the role along with the job and person specification can be found in the application pack.
Adult Learning Wales acknowledges the importance of developing and growing its bilingual and diverse workforce. Applications for any post can be submitted in either Welsh or English.? Applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.
Diverse perspectives and experiences are critical to our success, and we welcome applications from people from any background who have the experience and skills needed to perform this role