South Essex College of Further and Higher Education

English & Maths Learning Coach (BB-7CF70)

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South Essex College of Further & Higher EducationRole SpecificationEnglish Learning CoachMaths Learning CoachJob Ref: SEC001Reports to: Salary Band: (Kick Start – Minimum Wage) Part Time – 0.4 (2 Days) 0.5 (3 Days) 1. Job PurposeAs an English and Maths Learning Coach, you will provide 1:1 and small group tuition and coaching for learners who have not yet achieved their grade 4 in English and Maths. The role will be based within the central English and Maths team. Learners will be provided with topic and skills-based support to help them bridge any gaps in their understanding so they can achieve a GCSE outcome that moves them on from their starting point at the beginning of the academic year. Additional tuition support will vary for each learner identified and will be dependent on the gaps in learning that have been identified through the diagnostic period and the assessment of the teacher of their discrete English and/or maths class. 2. Duties and Responsibilitiesa) Manage individuals with a range of skills, abilities and support needs ensuring effective flexible support is provided that allows participants to successfully progress in their GCSE English and/or maths courseb) To work collaboratively with English and maths teachers to assess and identify the learners who would benefit from additional individual or small group tuition. c) To plan and deliver face to face and virtual 1:1 and small group tuition on topics that will help learners make more rapid progress in those aspects where they are less confident or where understanding is not yet secure. d) To keep accurate records of attendance and progress for learners who are accessing 1:1 and small group support. e) To plan and deliver revision sessions for small groups of learners to help them prepare for assessments and enter exams with increased confidence.: These will engage, interest, and provide enthusiasm for students with their learning.f) To support learners with personal skills development that will make them a better learner and more able to retain information, concepts, and skills that they will need to achieve g) To contact learners who have dis-engaged with learning and provide mentoring, support, and tuition to help them re-engage and make progress in their learning. h) To attend any relevant CPD sessions within English and mathsi) To ensure that Health and Safety Regulations and all other policies and procedures in place are always complied with.j) Facilitate tailored training and coaching that meets the needs of all participants and ensures that targets and associated outcomes k) To prepare information and regular updates to management in respect of performance and any operational issues To create resources/materials to assist in the participant’s progress.l) To work with managers and colleagues of the participants to ensure positive relations are established.m) To work with managers and co-workers to educate on disability and individual support needs.NB: Please be aware that the duties and responsibilities outlined above are not exhaustive and therefore may be altered and/or enlarged to fulfil specific supervisory roles. The Role and Person Specification does not form part of your contract of employment.4. Person SpecificationIt is expected that the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following competencies and qualities. QualificationsThe successful candidate should: Essential / Desirable1. A Level 2 qualification in maths and English. EGood English and/or maths skills to be able to support and guide learners E3. A relevant Level 3 qualification (A Level or equivalent) D4. An Information, Advice and Guidance qualification. D5. Digital Skills Qualification D6 Teaching Qualification DBackground & ExperienceThe successful candidate should have: 2. Confidence to work effectively and assertively with young people, employers, and parents/careers E3. Accuracy and precision in written presentation E4. Good ICT skills and willing to develop further D5. Creative approach to problem solving D6. Effective time management and prioritization skills E7. Ability to work autonomously using own initiative, and able to make judgements on when to adjust support E8. To be flexible, adaptable, creative, and willing to work outside term time E9. Valid driving licence with access to own car and ability to travel between sites EKnowledgeThe successful candidate should have demonstrable knowledge or experience of: 1. Effective communication, interpersonal, presentation and organisational skills E2. Effective customer service skills E3. An ability to provide a differentiated support service to learners and ability to learn this skill E4. Commitment to work within the framework of the College’s Equality and Diversity Policy E5. Commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the learners. E6. Be enthusiastic and believe in the young person’s right and ability to achieve paid employment E7. A commitment to personal professional development ESkills & CompetenciesThe successful candidate should be able to offer evidence of appropriate skills and competencies aligned to the College values 8. PARTNERSHIPS: Being pro-active and customer focussed with the ability to motivate and support colleagues in a team environment. E9. RESPECT: Being a considerate team worker, highly self-motivated, adaptable, flexible and a fast learner. E10. OUTSTANDING: Ability to engage the interest and enthusiasm of students and inspire them to learn E11. UNIQUE: Ability to instil an appreciation for ethical and professional behaviour E12. DYNAMIC: Ability to enhance new learning opportunities and initiatives E

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