UFP Tutor - Media Studies

Bell

Job Description

Bell is recruiting for enthusiastic UFP Subject tutors to join us in September.

Main responsibilities

  • Plan, prepare, teach and where appropriate design courses and lessons, selecting  and sequencing appropriate materials, resources, methods, and techniques according to learners’/sponsors’ expectations and needs, paying relevant attention to learning context and environment, as directed and to agreed standards;
  • Assess, and provide relevant and timely feedback on achievement, progress, and developmental needs to students, sponsors, academic and other managers, and colleagues, including reports, and as directed;
  • Set, evaluate, and mark students’ course work, homework and examinations  according to student need and requirements of the course;
  • Complete and carry out associated administrative tasks as directed
  • Provide students with academic advice, counselling,  educational guidance, and tutorial support, including individual learning plans as directed;
  • Supervise students’ attendance and behaviour, as appropriate
  • Develop materials and resources, and in syllabus development as directed
  • Evaluate, and provide relevant and timely reports and feedback on materials, courses, and lessons to sponsors, academic and other managers, and colleagues as directed
  • Attend academic meetings when required
  • Adhere to the standards and procedures detailed in the Teachers’ Handbook.

General

  • Actively promote Bell's full range of training services (both in the UK and globally) by maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of Bell products and services and by referring potential prospects to the Sales & Marketing Department;
  • To adhere to all statutory regulations and to Bell policies and procedures;
  • Protect at all times the confidentiality of information handled within the remit of the post;
  • Promote and safeguard the welfare of children and young persons you are responsible for and come into contact with. 

To undertake any reasonable duties as required.

Person Specification

Essential

  • Degree in the subject taught (or a closely related subject)
  • Masters or PHD level qualification in the subject taught

Desirable

  • PGCE or equivalent teaching qualification
  • Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults
  • Teaching at Foundation or A Level
  • Teaching international students
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to keep accurate records
  • High level of literacy in English. CEFR C2 level of English if English is not your first language.
  • Experience of setting and marking coursework and exams

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