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Apprenticeships NI Part Time Tutor (English / Maths )

Customized Training Services

Other
Subject to negotiation and qualifications.
Passionate about supporting individuals to achieve nationally recognised qualifications and skills for life? An exciting job opportunity has arisen to make a positive contribution to supporting individuals into education, training and employment.

Do you have patience, approach new challenges with enthusiasm, enjoy working with others and encourage personal development?  If yes, we may just have the ideal job opportunity for you.

We would like to augment our team of Essential Skills Tutors and seek applications from individuals with a Degree in English and/or Maths or 3 years industrial, professional or business experience and a minimum Level 5 qualification in English and/or Maths.

You will tutor and support a number of apprentices working within a variety of industries across the Coleraine, Limavady, Ballymoney and Ballycastle towns and surrounding areas to achieve accredited qualifications. 

If you would like an informal discussion about the Essential Skills Tutor roles please contact Stephanie Boyd on 028 7138 2260.

All tutors must possess a current driving licence, have access to a car for business purposes and have the ability to work variable hours across a number of areas. Role may require traveling to work in the Belfast; Derry City and Strabane and Causeway Coast and Glens areas.

An application form and further details are available from, and returnable to: [email protected] and the closing date for receipt of applications is noon on Monday 21 October 2019.

Closing Date

Monday / 21 October 2019 12:00pm
12:00pm

Contact Details

23 Main Street
Strabane, Co. Tyrone
BT82 8AS
United Kingdom

Files

Tutors Job Description (1).docx CTS Part time Tutors Application Form_(1)JOB.docx CTS Part time Tutors Application Form__3.pdf

“This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 - 2020 and the Department for the Economy.”

“This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 - 2020 and the Department for the Economy.”