Casual Trainer Assessor. Re-engagement. City Skills Centre.
As a result of our continued success delivering training to unemployed adults, we are looking for an inspirational and enthusiastic trainer/s to deliver a range of employability qualifications.
We would particularly be interested in receiving applications from candidates with skills and occupational competence in one or more of the following areas: security, health and safety, first aid, construction, front line customer service or business administration.
In addition to any of the above specialisms the successful candidate would be required to deliver employability / personal development qualifications. The successful candidate will also need a Level 2 in English and Maths and a Level 3 vocational qualification.
The tutor will need to have recent current experience of delivering accredited qualifications. This role will involve establishing and maintaining effective training, learning, and assessment activities to accurately record learning. You will be expected to develop session plans to meet individual learner needs and deliver innovative sessions that motivate some of the most disadvantaged adults.
You will need to have a flexible approach to working and the ability to prioritise your workload to meet assessment deadlines and timely completion of paperwork.
Closing date: 09 October 2022
Interviews: Week Commencing 17 October 2022
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children,young people and adults and expect all staff to share this commitment. All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure that is considered satisfactory by the College. If you are appointed you must reimburse the College of the cost of a Disclosure and Barring Service check (previously Criminal Records Bureau). The cost will automatically be deducted from your first salary payment. You are also required to subscribe to and pay for the on line DBS Update Service.