Computer Design & Technology Tutor

Oxford International Education Group

London Bedfordshire International College

10-12 week fixed term contracts (renewable with up to 44 weeks available per annum)
Start date for the position is January 2017

This is an exciting opportunity for a Computer Design & Technology Tutor to deliver high quality tuition to international students at the newly established London Bedfordshire International College (LBIC). The college, embedded in rooms at the heart of the Luton campus, University of Bedfordshire, took its first cohort of students in September 2016.

University of Bedfordshire (UoB) and Oxford International Education Group (OIEG) run programmes that prepare international students for undergraduate and postgraduate studies at UoB. Tutors will deliver lessons that prepare students fully for their participation in their university programme. The lessons will adopt an interactive, student-centered approach that makes full use of the latest technology to provide students with a varied, lively and purposeful experience.

LBIC are looking for dynamic and enthusiastic tutors devoted to student development, progression, and experience. You will be expected to deliver consistently high quality teaching, foster a positive learning environment, be committed to your own professional development, and contribute to the successful development and expansion of LBIC.

For an application form and detailed job description & person specification, please contact Neil  Legendre-Simmons, LBIC Administration Manager at LBIC-enquiries@beds.ac.uk Applications, which must be submitted on our application form, should be received by no later than 5:30pm on Wednesday, 7th December, 2016. CVs alone will not be accepted.

OIEG is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. As part of our Safer Recruitment Policy you will be asked to explain any gaps in your work and education history. You will also be required to undergo a DBS Enhanced Disclosure check and provide the contact details of at least 2 referees, who will be asked specifically if they have any concerns about your suitability to work with people under 18. Evidence of eligibility to work in the UK must be provided at interview stage.

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.  All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed.  This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.

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