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Trainer - Key Stage 4

Employer: Nacro

  • Reference: 50902
  • Published on: Fri 30/01/2015 12:07 PM
  • Closing on: Fri 13/02/2015 12:07 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time, Permanent
  • Hours: .
  • Salary: £19720 - £21635 per annum + Benefits
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Brighton

Nacro Services in Brighton is looking to recruit an enthusiastic trainer to assist in the delivery of their Key Stage 4 engagement provision. Based at Nacro’s Training Centre in Brighton on a 6 months fixed term contract, you will work with students with a variety of support needs, including those with emotional and behavioural needs, learning difficulties and those who have disengaged from mainstream education.

Duties and responsibilities include:
Deliver training, assist and provide support to the lead tutors delivering across a broad spectrum of subject areas to include: Construction, Childcare, Retail, Art and Design, Employability Skills, PSD and Functional Skills English and Mathematics.
Record progress of students’ achievement against targets set based including accredited qualifications and pastoral support needs.
Devise and adapt appropriate training programmes for under achieving students

The successful candidate will have previous experience:
Delivering post 14 education
Delivering training in an educational setting
Minimum Level 2 qualifications in English and Maths
CTTLS, DTLLS, CERT ED/PGCE/Youth Work Degree or Equivalent
Working with disadvantaged young people
Pro-active, creative and a team player

Salary for this position is dependent on level of qualification

DBS check required

Benefits offered:
28 days a year annual leave with the ability to accrue 1 day of additional holiday for every year of service up to 5 years plus bank holidays; pro rata for part-time employees
Pension scheme
Season ticket loan
Working 35 hours per week, plus paid lunch break (40 hours in total); pro rata for part-time employees

Nacro, the crime reduction charity, is dedicated to reducing crime and reoffending in communities across England and Wales. We design and deliver programmes that equip people with the skills, advice, attitude and support they need to move their lives on and move away from crime. Our services include housing, education and training, substance misuse, offender management, a national resettlement helpline and advice service, and work with employers to help them recruit safely. We also work closely with government, public and private sector partners using our experience on the ground to help inform policy and shape practice.
The salary for this role will include any of the following applicable supplements; area weighting, unsociable hours and paid lunch breaks, all of which (including the salary) would be calculated on a pro-rata basis should the role be part time.

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