Jobs

Arabic Tutor

Salary: £29.43 (£30.88 with teaching qualification) per hour

The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our Arabic Beginner Course. Our language classes are an important and growing part of the Humanities curriculum, more details of the courses we offer can be found on our prospectus/website. The classes will be scheduled for Monday evenings.

Please read the full job description/personal specification.

All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 23rd August 2019.


 

 ESOL Tutor

Salary: £29.43 (£30.88 with teaching qualification) per hour

The Centre requires an ESOL tutor’s to teach ESOL Entry 3. Our ESOL section is an important part of the Humanities & Human Sciences Department and we need two tutors to join our existing team. The ESOL courses will begin in September 2019 and is on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Please refer to our prospectus for more information on courses.

Please read the full job description and person specification.

All applications must be made on the application form and sent via email to: alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk or post to: Alleena Hussain, 42 Queen Street, London, WC1N 3AQ.

If you would like further information on the post then please contact Kirsty Barlow on kirsty.barlow@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date: Friday 30th August 2019

Interviews will take place on: Monday 2nd September 2019


Yoga/Pilates Tutor

Salary: £29.43 (£30.88 with teaching qualification) per hour

Our Health section is an important part of the Humanities & Human Sciences Department and we need a tutor to join our existing team. The Pilates and Yoga courses will begin in September, and are on Tuesday evenings. Ideally we are looking for a candidate who can teach both classes but we will consider applications for each course separately as well.

Please read the full job description/personal specification.

All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk or post to: Alleena Hussain, 42 Queen Street, London, WC1N 3AQ.

Closing date: Friday 30th August 2019

Interviews will take place on: Monday 2nd September 2019


Jewellery Tutor – Enamelling and intermediate Jewellery techniques
Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour
 
The Centre is looking for applications from tutors who have a passion for their subject and can bring interesting and innovative ideas to the following Evening and weekend Jewellery courses:
Enamelling, Combining Enamelling and Jewellery making techniques, Intermediate Jewellery Techniques, Fused Glass Jewellery.
 
These courses will run on a Monday evening, Tuesday evening and some Saturdays throughout the academic year.
 
Successful candidates must have extensive knowledge, expertise and understanding of all aspects of jewellery teaching, especially enamelling, and of teaching in an adult education context. Candidates must have experience engaging students of all standards and to track progress.Jewellery courses are an important and growing part of the Creative and Community Programmes department. More details of the courses we offer can be found on our prospectus/website.
 
The Centre’s main premises at 42 Queen Square, Holborn consist of two interconnecting Grade II listed Georgian houses overlooking the Square.   The Centre also holds classes in a second, modern building at Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB which is a short walk from Southwark Station.  The atmosphere at both buildings is relaxed and friendly but purposeful.  Students come from all walks of life, both local and London wide (and beyond). Their education, work and life experience varies enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.
 
Please read the full job description and person specification.
 
All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk
 
Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 12th July 2019.

History Tutor
Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour
 
The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our History Course. Our History classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer, which we hope to grow. Our History Course is an important, growing part of the Humanities & Human Sciences Department and we need a tutor to join our existing team.
 
Details of other courses we offer can be found in the prospectus.
 
Please read the full job description/personal specification.
 
All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk
 
Closing date for receipt of applications: Thursday 4th July 2019.
 
Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 15th July 2019.

APM – Project Management Fundamentals Qualification Tutor

 

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires a Project Management Tutor who has experienced in delivering APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) (formerly known as Introductory Certificate).

The course dates: 27th Feb – 2nd March 2020, 6-9pm. 18 guided learning hours.

Successful candidates would need to be registered to deliver the Qualification with APM. They also must have extensive knowledge, expertise and understanding of all aspects of the APM qualification and of teaching in an adult education context. Candidates must have experience engaging students of all standards and to track progress.

Project Management Qualifications are an important and growing part of the Creative and Community Programmes department. More details of the courses we offer can be found on our prospectus/website.

The Mary Ward Centre offers high quality adult education and community services, covering the areas of Digital Media, Computing & IT, Business and Management, English and Maths, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Social Care, Writing and Publishing, Visual Arts, Music and Singing.

The Centre’s main premises at 42 Queen Square, Holborn consist of two interconnecting Grade II listed Georgian houses overlooking the Square. The Centre also holds classes in a second, modern building at Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB which is a short walk from Southwark Station. The atmosphere at both buildings is relaxed and friendly but purposeful. Students come from all walks of life, both local and London wide (and beyond). Their education, work and life experience varies enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

Please read the full job description and person specification.

All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 12th July 2019

 


Functional Skills Literacy Tutor –Level 2

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires Literacy tutors who are experienced in successfully delivering Functional Skills classes at Level 2.Successful candidates will have a Skills for Life (Literacy) qualification at level 5 or above, plus substantial experience of teaching literacy in an adult education context.

The course info:

Functional Skills literacy Level 2, Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB.

Monday 6-9pm

Dates: 23rd Sep – 9th Dec 2019

13th Jan – 30th Mar 2020

27th April – 13th July 2020

Successful candidates will have a Skills for Life (Literacy) qualification at level 5 or above, plus substantial experience of teaching literacy in an adult education context.

Candidates must have experience engaging students of all standards, to track progress and successfully enable students to take Functional Skills Literacy exams when they are ready.

The literacy tutor will often work with SLDD and dyslexic students. Experience in this area is a requirement, and an SLDD or a dyslexia qualification is desirable although not essential. At the Centre we work with a range of special needs, including mental ill-health. Teaching experience in the sympathetic and constructive support of students with multiple difficulties is desirable.

Literacy classes are an important and growing part of the Creative and Community Programmes department. More details of the courses we offer can be found on our prospectus/website.

The Centre’s main premises at 42 Queen Square, Holborn consist of two interconnecting Grade II listed Georgian houses overlooking the Square. The Centre also holds classes in a second, modern building at Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB which is a short walk from Southwark Station. The atmosphere at both buildings is relaxed and friendly but purposeful. Students come from all walks of life, both local and London wide (and beyond). Their education, work and life experience varies enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

Please read the full job description and person specification.

All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 19th July 2019.

 


Acoustic Guitar Teacher

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

This is to teach two new Acoustic Guitar classes at Blackfriars Settlement near Southwark Station, they are aimed at Beginners level and another for Improvers.

Students need not have previous playing experience, but we prefer it if student can read music or chords for the improvers group.

The course info:

Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB.

Monday Beginner 6-7.30pm, Improvers 7.30-9pm

Dates: 23rd Sep – 9th Dec 2019

13th Jen – 30th Mar 2020

27th April – 13th July 2020

Successful candidates must have extensive knowledge, expertise and understanding of all aspects of instrument / music teaching and of teaching in an adult education context. Candidates must have experience engaging students of all standards and to track progress.

Music and instrument playing are an important and growing part of the Creative and Community Programmes department. More details of the courses we offer can be found on our prospectus/website.

The Centre’s main premises at 42 Queen Square, Holborn consist of two interconnecting Grade II listed Georgian houses overlooking the Square. The Centre also holds classes in a second, modern building at Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, SE1 0RB which is a short walk from Southwark Station. The atmosphere at both buildings is relaxed and friendly but purposeful. Students come from all walks of life, both local and London wide (and beyond). Their education, work and life experience varies enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

Please read the full job description and person specification.

All applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 12th July 2019