Casual Programme Leader Early Childhood Studies
Casual Programme Leader Early Childhood Studies and Child, Young People and Families
£23.11 per hour
Variable hours per week
The Grimsby Institute Group is a large, innovative, dynamic and financially sound organisation. We are officially "good" and aim to be an "outstanding" educational provider in the next two years.
The candidate is to have a keen interest in supporting and developing individuals both within the teaching in the life-long learning sector and also within the early years sector. Experience of working across a range of early years settings that support children and families from 0-5 years is essential. Some teaching experience is preferred but full training will be provided. There is an expectation that the candidate will be willing or already working towards completion of a teaching qualification. The candidate must also be able to demonstrate excellent team working skills and demonstrate their ability to meet strict deadlines. Duties included in this role are to support students on placements as part of their assessment and therefore evidence of supervision or mentorship is required.
In return for your experience and skills, we can offer you a good salary, pension membership (TPS), access to a wide range of other Group benefits and opportunities for career and personal development progression. If having read the job description you are interested in this role, please press the "Apply Now" button and will email you an application pack.
The closing date for this advert is 6th July 2017
The Grimsby Institute Group is committed to Prevent Duty and promoting British Values within the workplace. Safeguarding is a priority for us, as well as ensuring the welfare of children and young people and we expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers. All posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Clearance through the DBS, and other checks may also be required.
Please note that all employees must have Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2 or will be expected to obtain during their probationary period.
Job ref: 16/273