Intervention Mentor in English and Maths (Term Time Only 36 Weeks) Westoe - South Shields £16,505 - £17,535 per annum Creating a world-class combined education and training facility, with strength in professional skills and finance and the capability of supporting the learning demands of thousands of individuals and businesses in the years ahead, is a realistic ambition of Tyne Coast College, which merges South Tyneside College, Tyne Metropolitan College, South Shields Marine School and the Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College All share a culture of success and attainment and are highly progressive and innovative leaders in education, with South Tyneside College having been named ‘FE College of the Year’ and ‘Overall FE provider of the Year’ at the prestigious TES FE Awards 2017. Our curriculum is dynamic and diverse, and brims with the essential academic and vocational skills training that enables students to progress into their chosen careers. We work with employers to deliver apprenticeships, and a wide range of vocational qualifications – including Career College North East which recruits students from age 14 – as well as world-class maritime training. Both Colleges have been recognised by OFSTED with an overall rating of ‘Good’ in 2015. Recruiting high-calibre, professional staff with vocational credibility is at the core of our success. We are looking for dynamic and innovative individuals with a passion for achieving excellence through delivering a first class quality service at all times. South Tyneside College English and Maths Intervention Mentor in English and Maths Post Ref: EM01 Term Time Only 36 Weeks Permanent 20 hours per week Business Support Scale 3 £16,505 - £17,535 per annum, pro rata (Actual pro rata salary £7,000.04 - £7,436.88) *please note previous applicants need not apply All positions at the College are subject to DBS clearance. Closing Date: Sunday 11 November 2018 Please note if you are successful at the shortlisting stage interview details will be sent to the e-mail address you applied from. The College is an Equal Opportunities employer. All employees have a responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.