Job: Study Support Science Tutor

  • Main purpose Of job: Teach community-based study support groups (largely BME young people in Burngreave area)

  • Hours: After school or weekends in 2 or 3 hour sessions

  • Salary: £18.50 per hour

  • Reports to:Project Manager

Burngreave Study Support Consortium has vacancies for SCIENCE tutors to tutor groups of young people, primarily from ethnic minorities in Burngreave.

After-school/weekend study support is an exciting opportunity to help young people reach their full potential in a relaxed but focussed learning environment that enables pupils to take control of their learning. The work will be in 2 or 3 hour sessions on Monday and Tuesday evenings and at weekends on Saturday and Sunday, during term times.

Application should be by letter, indicating:

  • Your experience of teaching (especially with inner city pupils and pupils from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.

  • Why you are interested in delivering Study Support tutoring

  • Which sessions you are interested in teach:

    • Monday 5-7

    • Tuesday 5-7

    • Saturdays 12 – 3.00

    • Sundays 12 – 3.00

Applicants should be qualified teachers and have an up to date Criminal Records Bureau check and Child Protection training, though this may be available through the project.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

  1. Lesson planning and liaison with schools to deliver lessons to National Curriculum standards.

  2. To undertake regular assessments on pupils progress and implement individual plans for each pupil

  3. To monitor attendance and behaviour and implement policy’s and procedures in place.

  4. To provide all material required to support assistants.

  5. Deliver lessons and give support to students.

  6. To liaise with parents involving them in their child’s educational development.

  7. To submit registers, lesson plans, timesheets, and copies of materials used to the project manager on a monthly basis.

  8. Participate in activities arranged for the students as part of the programmes.

  9. To be willing to take on any other duties related to the job

Person Specification:

  1. Qualified teacher status appropriate to the age group

  2. Experience of working in a mainstream school

  3. Experience of working with pupils who have behaviour problems or difficulties in attending school.

  4. Able to plan and organise work to targets and deadlines and to take positive responsibility for own work and actions.

  5. Able to work informally and flexibly with young people

  6. Work as an effective team member

  7. Clear written and verbal communication skills

  8. Manage time efficiently and effectively and willing to work flexible hours.

  9. Understanding of the needs of the client groups.

  10. To be able to use ICT.

  11. Positive commitment to equal opportunities.

  12. Must have a CRB form.

Send your letter of application, by Friday 19th November to:

Jon Cowley Burngreave Study Support Consortium Yemeni Community Association Firvale Centre Earl Marshal Road S4 8LB or

Please feel free to contact by email or on 0773 9878589 for more detailed job description or other information.

ase feel free to contact by email or on 0773 9878589 for more detailed job description or other information.

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