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Progress Coach's - Seevic & Palmers Campus

We would like to appoint a number of enthusiastic Progress Coach's who will play a key role in helping learners achieve their goals. Providing support and encouragement throughout their learning journey.

Location: Seevic & Palmers Campus

Hours: Full-time, 37hrs

Salary: £20,503 - 39 weeks - Term time only

 

At USP College (Seevic & Palmers), all learners are allocated a Progress Coach who will play a key role in helping learners get the most out of their studies, providing support and encouragement during their learning experience.  

Directed and managed by the Head of Learning, the successful applicants will act as a key link between all aspects of the curriculum and Student Support Services.  You will working with learners and teachers to ensure that the curriculum is holistic, personalised and learners are fully supported to achieve their goals. 

Experience in an educational setting would be an advantage but not essential. 

The successful candidate will have the following knowledge and experience

  • Understanding of the needs of students of all ages and academic levels
  • Ability to support and motivate students to achieve their aspirational targets
  • Experience of working with young people ideally in an educational setting
  • Will need to be a team player

An understanding of Safeguarding including Prevent and Keeping Children Safe in Education legislation will also be required.

You will be an enthusiastic individual looking to make a real difference to the progress and learning experience for students provided at USP College. Delivering a supportive and encouraging  environment with the ability and desire to motivate students to achieve the highest possible learning outcomes is essential.

How to apply

Please send a copy of your current CV and covering letter to Richard Mills - Recruitment Lead recruitment@uspcollege.ac.uk before the closing date.

Closing date for applications are Friday 20th September 2019