Learning Mentor (R0000196)

Job Summary
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Part time
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Closed for applications on 21/01/2019 23:59
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Closing date:
21 Jan
Further Information

Reference: R0000196

Department: Culture, Communities and Communications

Service Area: Growth and Place

Salary: £21,074 - £22,401 pro rata

Hours: 22.50 per week

Contractual Status: Permanent

Please Note

Applicants will no longer be able to use their North East Jobs account to apply. If you are internal to Middlesbrough Council, you will be required to use your Staff Portal credentials to log in. Alternatively, if you are an external applicant, you will need to register as a ‘new user’, and use the log on credentials created for any future applications.

We are seeking a suitably experienced learning mentor to support both apprentices and employers in the achievement of their apprenticeship programme. This new and exciting role will require the development of excellent working relationships with all involved in the apprentice's training and employment.

The successful applicant will:

Have an excellent understanding of the rigours of new apprenticeship standards and end point assessment

Keep accurate records of candidate's achievements and progress

Support the apprenticeship delivery and assessment team in keeping the apprentice on track

Support the employer with apprentice issues

Undertake Information Advice and Guidance Meetings

Working for Middlesbrough Council means you can put something back into the community and really make a difference to the lives of Middlesbrough people. There are many benefits to working for Middlesbrough Council such as holiday entitlement increasing after 5 years, LGP pension scheme, employee discount scheme, health promotion initiatives and access to health and fitness initiatives.

We offer a fun and supportive working environment with a good team ethos. The Community Learning Service was inspected in February 2016 and was rated good with outstanding in two areas including Leadership & Management. This post offers a real opportunity to make a real difference to people's lives.

If you require any further information regarding this position, please do not hesitate to contact Carole Thorpe on 01642 811414 or carole.thorpe@maes.ac.uk

To apply for this position, please visit Middlesbrough Council website https://www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/jobs-and-apprenticeships/current-vacancies

Closing date: Monday 21st January 2019 by 12 midnight.

Please note
This job is closed for applications.