Scale 6-7, Points 29-33 (£30,626 - £34,453 per annum)
Hours per week: 37.5 – Evening and Weekend working required
Start date asap

Fircroft College of Adult Education is an award-winning residential college occupying a former Cadbury family home, set in six acres of beautiful grounds in Selly Oak, Birmingham. We were originally founded to provide educational opportunities for some of the most disadvantaged members of society. One hundred years on our mission of ‘social justice’ is more relevant than ever. The college puts its values at the heart of the organisation and has developed its own Framework for Transformational Teaching, Learning and Assessment.

The college is seeking to appoint to the role of Social Science Tutor to start as soon as possible. This is a rare chance to join our tutor team on a permanent and full-time basis. You will teach on a range of accredited and RARPA programmes including our Level 3 Access to HE Diplomas. Delivery models include residentials, weekly and blended. The subject areas are psychology, sociology, criminology and politics You will have the freedom develop your own approach and materials within a coaching culture.

To be considered for this role you must have Social Science and Teaching qualifications. Ideally you have experience of teaching and assessing adults. You need good digital skills. Some evening and weekend working is required.

Benefits for this role at Fircroft include free parking, free hot drinks, 37 days annual leave with additional closure days, Teachers’ Pension Scheme, health cash back plan, NUS discount cards, a unique working environment, 6 acres of beautiful grounds and engaged and committed colleagues. If you meet the criteria above and would like to apply please email the application form below for this role to [email protected] 

Closing date for this post is: 26th September 2021
Interviews to take place: Week commencing 11th October 2021

This College is a leader in the area of equality of opportunity and we welcome applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of at-risk adults is fundamental to our provision and
we expect all staff to share this commitment

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