Specialist One to One Study Skills Support Tutor
Are you looking for a role that could make a big difference to student's life and education? Are you interested in helping students achieve their academic goals?
Randstad Student & Worker Support are recruiting a Specialist One to One Study Skills Support Tutor to work with Students in the south east at universities such as:
• Bournemouth University and Arts University Bournemouth
• Southampton Solent University and University of Southampton
• University of Brighton
• University of Chichester
• University of Hertfordshire
• University of Portsmouth
• University of Reading
• University of Surrey
• University for Creative Arts
• All London Universities
We work with students with disabilities who are requiring one to one support with their Higher Education studies. We are looking for the right individuals to support our students to really make a difference.
Tutors provide one to one assistance to students and work with an Individual Learning Plan (ILP). They encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning and to develop their skills. Specialist support tutors are facilitators, not advocates or mentors. They provide expertise in the area of language and study skills to help students to develop learning strategies to improve their studies.
• Flexible working hours
• 28 days holiday pay pro rata
• £25 - £28 per hour
• Working for the UK’s leading provider
• Interacting directly with students
• Free CPD opportunities
Providing individual support to students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD). You will help your students with:
• Time Management
• Assignment Planning
You will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, and to ensure that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students.
This is a specialist role and you must hold a professional membership with one of the following bodies:
• Professional Association for Teachers and Assessors (PATOSS)
• British Dyslexia Association (BDA)
• Dyslexia Guild
• The Association of Dyslexia Specialists in Higher Education (ADSHE)
To support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) you must hold a degree and a teaching qualification with comprehensive training in adult autism.
Further skills/requirements include:
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to identify ways of helping students to build on their learning strengths whilst maintaining a confidential and professional working relationship
• Accurate spelling and grammar skills
• Punctuality and reliability
• Good organisational skills
• Ideally you will have experience in working with specific learning difficulties individuals in higher or further education
If you have the above and are interested in this rewarding part time role supporting students in Higher Education... we want to talk to you.
If you have any questions or need any further information about the role, please call Ryan on 0161 247 8800 or email [email protected]