Jobs

Finance Manager (Temporary Position 6-12 Months)
Salary: Up to £40,000.00 (Inc. London weighting) per annum FTE, Pro-Rata.
21 hours per week (0.6FTE)

We are seeking an experienced Finance Manager to join our team, working 21 hours a week. Normal working hours are between 9.30am – 5.30pm. Some flexibility can be offered over the pattern of hours worked, subject to agreement. The role is initially offered as a contract between 6 to 12 months, starting June or July 2019.

The Finance Manager is responsible for the overall finance operation including statutory reporting and timely reporting of quarterly management accounts and year end reporting. You will be leading on the day to day running of the finances across all our activities, including:

  • providing key financial information to the Director of Finance and Resources
  • line managing the Trainee Finance Manager who is responsible for managing the Finance Officer
  • Overseeing the work of the Finance Team and maintaining a well-ordered system of financial control for the Mary Ward Settlement group ensuring our business operations can thrive and enabling budget holders to manage their areas of responsibility effectively.

Initially you will have close involvement in the external audit process and the preparation of the annual financial statements, as well as for the preparation of financial reports to external agencies such as the ESFA and other funders as required. Longer term you will be involved with the annual budgeting process and preparation of our quarterly financial returns.

You will have an accounting qualification and experience of working with, and leading, a finance team with responsibility for the preparation of routine financial information to management. Experience of working within the charitable or education sector, is desirable, though not essential, as is an understanding of Sage 50.

This role is ideal for a candidate who has good experience in charity finance and accounting but is now looking for broader and more senior management responsibility, but still happy to get involved in the detail when required. Alternatively, an experienced financial professional from a corporate background wanting to make a difference may relish the excitement, challenge and feel good factor of working for an organization whose mission is to empower its clients to improve their life prospects, and which cares for its staff.

The job is based in our Grade 2 listed Georgian building in the heart of London (Bloomsbury) easily accessible by public transport.

Please see job description/personal specification. Applications must be made on our application form and should be emailed to alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications: Monday 6th May at Midnight.
Interviews will take place: 9th and 10th May 2019.

 

Business Administration and Management Tutor– Introductory courses and APM Project Management Qualifications

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires Business Administration and Project Management Tutors who are experienced in delivering:

Introductory and lower level courses Business Administration and Management

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

APM Project Management Qualifications

Successful candidates must have extensive knowledge for delivering APM Project Management qualifications, preferably in an adult education context. Candidates must have experience engaging students of all standards and to track progress.

Business Administration and Project Management 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 3rd May 2019.


 

IT and Computing Tutors

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires IT and Computing tutors who are experienced in successfully delivering short courses at various levels for adults in computer related skills e.g. Office applications, Digital media and web publishing. Successful candidates must have extensive knowledge, expertise and understanding of all aspects of the computer software used plus substantial experience of teaching IT in an adult education context. Candidates must have experience engaging students of all standards and to track progress.

IT Tutor and computing 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 3rd May 2019.


 

Maths Tutor – E1/2 up to Level 2

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires Maths tutors who are experienced in successfully delivering Functional Skills classes in the range from E1/2 up to Level 2.

Tutors must have experience engaging students of all standards, to track progress and successfully enable students to take Functional Skills Maths exams when they are ready. Successful candidates will have a Maths qualification at level 5 or above, plus substantial experience of teaching maths in an adult education context.

The maths 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.

Maths 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 26th April 2019.


Literacy Tutor – E1/2 up to Level 2

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires Literacy tutors who are experienced in successfully delivering Functional Skills classes in the range from E1/2 up to 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.

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.

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 26th April 2019.


Childcare Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our new Childcare Course. Our Childcare classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer, which we hope to grow.  Our Health and Social Care section is an important, growing part of the Humanities & Human Sciences Department and we need a tutor to join our existing team.

The course will begin in September, and is on Monday mornings at our Blackfriars centre.

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: Friday 10th May 2019.

Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 20th May 2019.


Archaeology Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our new Archaeology Course. Our Archaeology classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer, which we hope to grow.  Our Health and Social Care section 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: Friday 10th May 2019.

Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 20thMay 2019.


NIA (Non-Impact Aerobics) Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our new Urban Beekeeping Course. Our health & wellbeing classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer, which we hope to grow. NIA is seen as an exciting new offer for the centre. 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: Friday 22nd March 2019.

Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 25th March 2019.


Urban Beekeeping Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our new Urban Beekeeping Course. Our health & wellbeing classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer, which we hope to grow. Beekeeping is seen as an exciting new offer for the centre. 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: Friday 22nd March 2019.

Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 25th March 2019.


CAE Preparation Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

Our ESOL section is an important part of the Humanities & Human Sciences Department and we need a tutor to join our existing team. We are looking for a tutor to teach our popular CAE preparation course, you should have significant experience preparing students for this qualification. The course will begin in May and is on Saturdays.

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 22nd March 2019.

Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 25thMarch 2019.


Song Writing Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The centre is looking for a tutor to teach our Song Writing class. Tutors must be able to teach a course designed for adult learners with an interest in song writing and some past musical experience.

The course is open to people who play instruments and singers can be provided with tracks to write melodies over, if they need them.

Our Song Writing 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.

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 5th April 2019.


Singing Tutor

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The Centre requires a Singing tutor. Tutors must have experience engaging students of all standards. Our Singing 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 consist of two interconnecting Grade II listed Georgian houses overlooking the Square.   The Centre also holds classes in a second, modern building at 10 Great Turnstile, London WC1V 7JU.  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 5th April 2019.


Languages Tutor

Japanese/Chinese/German/Greek/Arabic

Salary: £29.43/£30.88 per hour

The centre is looking for a number of tutors to teach a variety of Language Courses. We are keen to talk to people who can teach Japanese, Chinese, German, Greek and Arabic.  

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 can be scheduled for morning or evening sessions.

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