*Catch-up Programme Opportunities* - Part time Buddy Scheme Coordinator, Mentors/Buddies, Tutors
Rush Green Campus

Job reference: 000663

Location: Rush Green Campus

Closing date: 30/04/2021

Interview Date: Not specified

Salary: £10.85 - £35 per hour- depending on the role

Employment type: Casual

Department: Learning Support

Hours per week: Variable hours

Calling all Experienced Professionals, Local University Students and Graduates!

We are looking for talented, inspiring individuals to work as bank staff to support our learners to catch up after lockdown.

We have a number of opportunities available including:

Part Time Buddy Scheme Coordinator (18 hours per week)

We are looking for an interim part-time Mentoring Coordinator to manage the mentoring/ buddy scheme for a period of 3 months.

Mentor/ Buddies

We welcome applications from professionals, as well as local students and graduates who are keen to mentor students over a period of 3 months. Mentoring training will be provided to all mentors. 


We are looking for experienced professionals or graduates who would love to provide practical and academic tutoring to support subject- specific work (both one- one and in small groups), revision lessons and provide additional support for those shielding or not in college.

If you are qualified to degree level in the following area, we would love to hear from you!

  • English
  • Maths
  • Data Analytics
  • Creative and Digital Media
  • Carpentry
  • Bricklaying
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Engineering
  • Science

*Please submit an application through the system. If you have previously applied via the google form process,  then please advise on the application form that this has taken place and state 'why you would like this role'  

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