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Adult Learning and Skills Tutor (Digital Skills)

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Casual / Seasonal / Bank / Permanently Variable hours
Working Pattern:
As and when required
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 31/05/2018 22:59
(non–accredited learning) £20,541 - £23,111 per annum, pro rata (Hourly teaching pay £19.45) (accredited learning) £23,866 - £27,358 per annum, pro rata (Hourly teaching pay £22.61)
Hours per week:
Hours negotiable – daytime/evening
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Employment Location:
Newcastle upon Tyne
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Job details 

Closing date:
31 May

Please note

This job is closed for applications.

Further information

Newcastle City Learning
Tutor of Digital Skills

This is a sessional, hourly paid post.
Hours negotiable – daytime/evening

Newcastle City Learning is seeking to employ an appropriately qualified and experienced tutor to deliver ICT courses and workshops.

You need to have experience at delivering to a wide range of client groups and utilising a variety of teaching delivery methods, including workshop delivery.

The ideal candidate will have a desire to deliver creative digital courses, which will inspire learners to gain the skills needed to find employment in the digital skills sector.

Venues and location will change day to day and some evening working will be required.

We are committed to protecting and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff to share this commitment. This post is working in regulated activity. If you are successful we will undertake additional recruitment checks which will include a check to see if you have had any criminal convictions, a check of police information and we will check the barred list(s). It is a criminal offence for a barred individual to apply for a job in regulated activity.

Apply online at www.northeastjobs.org.uk.

As this post involves working with children, vulnerable adults or dealing with sensitive information, written references will be taken up and made available to interviewers before the final selection stage; even if you indicate otherwise.

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