Tutor/ Lecturer Scale points 10 - 14 - £30,692 - £35,723 + London Weighting £3,202 (pro-rata 41 weeks per year)
Got big ideas about adult learning? Come to Tower Hamlets Council and make them happen. Idea Stores are where learning and libraries combine.
Tower Hamlets has one of the most economically and socially diverse communities in the UK. Here at Idea Stores, we provide a unique combination of adult learning, library and information services.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Maths Specialist to join our innovative and dynamic team and teach across a range of levels in our Idea Stores, community venues and online.
You will teach on a range of accredited and non-accredited programmes with learners working towards maths qualifications as well as bespoke programmes and interventions which help learners into work or further study; build their confidence with everyday maths, support them with budgeting or help them to support their children with maths.
Graded Good by Ofsted (November 2016), come and join our supportive learning environment where you will be given space to develop and progress in your teaching career.
You will provide high quality teaching, learning and support for learners in the Post-19 education sector for Tower Hamlets Council.
You will be responsible for delivering excellent teaching and learning on a range of accredited and RARPAP assessed Maths programmes across the borough.
You will assist the curriculum managers to develop courses, schemes of work and assessment strategies which meet the wide-ranging needs of learners across the borough including delivering to national and regional initiatives such as Multiply.
Successful applicants will hold a subject specialism in maths (at level 5 or above) and hold a PGCE (or equivalent teaching qualification).
Knowledge and experience of teaching mixed ability groups as well as knowledge and understanding of current best practice in teaching and learning is essential.
This post requires an enhanced DBS and the ability to work flexibly (including one or two evenings a week) and across learning sites and community venues as required.
Interviews will be held on 16th & 17th August. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to book their interview online.
This vacancy is fixed term until 31st August 2023 in the first instance. Working hours are 35 hours per week (term time only, 41 weeks per year).
We strongly encourage applicants to read the person specification thoroughly and to clearly demonstrate that they have the skills and knowledge required for this position when completing their application.