Part Time Teacher In Health And Wellbeing job in Bishop Auckland at Bishop Auckland College

Part Time Teacher in Health and Wellbeing

Company: Bishop Auckland College

Location: Bishop Auckland UK

Date Posted:May 09, 2018

Person Specification/Job Description Assessment of role for DBS checksRegulated Activity  ?   Specified Place        opportunity for contact with children DBS Checks required: Enhanced DBS check  ?          Barred List Children?        Barred List Adult  ?    Closing date for receipt of applications: Wednesday 23rd May 2018 at 12.00 noon Job Title:  Part Time Teacherin Health and Wellbeing – Variable Hours  Post No:  RS17/18/380Grade:     £22.28 per hour (Un-Qualified), £23.63 per hour (Qualified)Hourly rate includes annual leave entitlement Responsible to:  Appropriate Learning Area Manager Supervisory Responsibility: None Responsible for:The effective and efficient teaching and coordination of a range of Health & Wellbeing courses within the relevant Curriculum area.  Objective of the Job: As above      Candidates for the post of Part Time Teachermust possess the following qualities:  Essential Desirable Where identified Qualifications   Safeguarding Level 1 (to be achieved within 6 weeks)  Level 2 in Literacy (or willing to work towards in 1 year) Level 2 in Numeracy (or willing to work towards in 1 year) At least a level 3 qualification in a relevant subject area. Certificate in Education (or willing to work towards within 2 years)   IT qualification Level 2 Equality & Diversity Degree Level 3 Assessors CertificateLevel 4 Internal Quality Assurance/Internal Verification QTLS  Application formCertificates Experience   Experience of teaching on a range of Health & Wellbeing courses. Recent sustained good or outstanding judgements and lesson observations ( or have the ability to prove this in the interview process)  Experience of teaching in FE. Experience of working within a quality system.  Application form and interview. Knowledge andSkills  Knowledge ofhealth & wellbeing initiatives, including nutrition, healthy eating & lifestyles, mental health, stress management, & emotional resilience, Men’s health & Women’s health  Effective interpersonal, communication and liaison skills. Organisational / administrative skills. Ability to work as an effective team member. . Ability to meet deadlines and achieve targets.  Application form, practical exercise and interview.         Personal Qualities  Reliability, resilience, flexibility and adaptability.Ability to take initiative.Enthusiasm and commitment.  Interview and references. Section A  •  Primary Responsibilities 1           College Strategy               All members of staff have an important role to play in achieving the mission, aims and objectives stated in the College StrategicPlan. 2           Quality Matters               All members of staff are responsible for the quality of their own work and for the operation of the relevant parts of the College’s Quality System. This will involve operating the appropriate Quality procedures applicable to the job to ensure that students, customers and clients have their needs and expectations identified and fulfilled. 3Staff Development It is expected that all members of staff will participate in the College’s Staff Development Programme, aimed at maximising staff potential for the individual’s benefit and in ensuring continual improvement in the quality of services provided by the College. 4                            Client Focus               All members of staff are expected to manage and develop their role and responsibilities so as to focus on improving the College services to students and other clients.  The individual should represent and market the College at any appropriate opportunity. 5Overall Responsiveness Working flexibly, efficiently and in full co-operation with other staff to maintain the highest professional standards and to promote and implement the strategy and policies of the Corporation. Ensure that established standards and targets are achieved as part of the efficient and effective service provision within the College. Undertaking such other duties and responsibilities as are required to provide the service expected from the College. 6        Health and Safety All members of staff are responsible for ensuring safety within their working area, for ensuring that risk assessments are carried out and that appropriate actions are taken if problems are identified. All staff are required to assist the College Health & Safety Officer in the implementation of measures to ensure that all health and safety requirements are achieved. 7Risk Management   All members of staff will adopt best practices in the identification, evaluation and cost effective control of risks to ensure, as far as possible, that they are eliminated or reduced to a level that is acceptable to the College.  8Safeguarding  All staff who teach, train or work regularly with children aged up to 18 and vulnerable adults are required to comply fully with legislation and College policies and practices to ensure learners are safeguarded and protected.   Section B • Specific Responsibilities Initial allocation of functions of which the post holder will have direct responsibility: a)         Teaching on a range of programmes, both College – based and at the College’s various community outreach centres and also on employer premises.. b)         Assisting with the development, delivery, review and evaluation of a range of teaching programmes. c)          Acting as a personal tutor to a group or groups of students - being responsible for the pastoral care, academic progress and personal welfare of those students. d)         Teaching or facilitating on College staff development programmes. e)         Contributing effectively to the College’s development, in accordance with College policies and procedures. f)           Promoting the opportunities offered by the College. g)         Working within and implementing the College Quality Assurance System. h)         Committed to widening participation and actively promoting equality of opportunity. i)            Being responsible for the health and safety of students, ensuring that clear instructions are given in order to provide a safe learning environment. Setting an example by always following the correct safe working procedures and ensuring the use of safety clothing and equipment, if required. l)Undertaking such other duties as requested.   Section C • General This job description is current at the date shown below.  However, in consultation with the post holder, it may be liable to review and variation to reflect changes in the College environment. Bishop Auckland College has an Equality and Diversity Policy and expects all members of staff to support the policy by behaving in a non-discriminatory way in terms of employment, the curriculum and student entitlement.Bishop Auckland College is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity.  All members of staff are expected to maintain a high level of security and confidentiality of information in their work at all times. March 2018 Name:……………………………………………………. Signature………………………………………………… Date……………………………………………………….   Page 1 of 4March 2018  View full job description
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