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Sessional Employability Tutors- London and South East - EXPIRED

Job Title Sessional Employability Tutors- London and South East - EXPIRED
Contract Type Temporary / Interim
Location London, London
Salary £8 - £20 per hour + upwards- dependent on experience and programme
Job Published 10 Nov 2014
Contact Name TPP Education
Contact Email

Job Description - EXPIRED

TPP Not for Profit are currently working with several charities throughout the London Boroughs and surrounding counties who are focusing on re-engaging challenging young people who at NEET or at risk of becoming NEET by developing programmes around vocational courses, functional skills and employability courses.

Due to these programmes still being developed fully, they are currently looking for sessional tutors, but there may be opportunities for extended contracts, full time and even permanent work once cohorts are more established.

Employability is one of the key areas that they are looking to develop, covering ICT skills as well as CV and application writing, interview preparation and some elements of employer engagement.

Group sizes will range from 8-20 students, depending on the programme and will consist mainly of 16- 24year olds.

Although PTTLs or IAG qualifications (or similar) are desired, it is not essential so long as you have experience of working in similar settings.

Pay rates are from £8ph- £20ph upwards, depending on the programme and your experience.
Areas of high demand at the moment include:
*East London/Essex
*Lewisham/ Lambeth

To apply for, or for more information on these functional skills roles send your CV to the Education and Training team quoting reference EmployTPP.
TPP is committed to equal opportunities and actively encourages applications from all sectors of the community. We shortlist based on competencies and not on race, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, or age.

TPP Not for Profit was voted Best Recruitment Agency 2014 at the IoF PIFAs.

Ref: EXPIRED - EmployTPP | Published: 10th Nov 2014