Functional skills English/Maths/Employability tutor

Harington have an exciting opportunity for an English, Maths or Employability Tutors for young adults with Education Health Care Plans and Learning Differences to join the team.

Working hours: Full-time or flexible role.

Reporting To: Functional Skills and Learning Support Manager

Responsible for: Up to 50 learners as part of a team of tutors

Salary: £25,218 - £27,676 per annum (Unqualified/part-qualified)

 £27,676 - £30,752 per annum (Qualified)

(Pay Award Pending)

Hours: Flexible up to 37.5 hours a week (08.00 – 16.30 or 08.30 - 17.00) plus occasional weekend duty for which time off in lieu will be granted.

Annual Leave: 25 days rising to 30 after 5 years’ service. To be taken during Harington shut down weeks

The Role:

To work as a part of our teaching and learning team to plan and deliver Harington’s English programmes for learners with special educational needs and disabilities, preparing them for employment, further education or independent living.

To teach and assess learners on a range of accredited and non-accredited courses, ranging from Entry Level to Level 2, and to develop learners’ English skills.

You will provide differentiated teaching to students who have Education Health Care plans, working with a team of Learning Support Assistants to personalise the English teaching for young adults at the Harington Scheme training centres. You will also plan and deliver relevant topics from the wider curriculum, contextualising English within Employability and PSHE areas, enabling students to participate fully and progress with their training for work and life. This will include students who are taking part in vocational training in Horticulture and Customer Services.

To contribute effectively to the successful learning experience of learners through high quality teaching and a supportive approach that results in high levels of learner achievement, retention and progression.

Harington values equality and diversity and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post involves working closely with young people and vulnerable adults therefore appointment will be subject to safer recruitment practices including satisfactory references and an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with Barred List checks.

Initial applications through CV and covering letter. Shortlisted candidates will then be invited to complete a Harington application form.

CV and covering letter can be sent to