Jobs

Modern Foreign Languages Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Modern Foreign Languages Tutors. Our Languages section is an important part of the Essential Skills Department, and we are looking for a variety of language tutors to join our existing team. Classes can be scheduled daytime or evening and will be either at our Blackfriars centre or in Stratford.

Please include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process.

Details of the kinds of courses we have offered previously are available upon request and a limited range of our current courses can be viewed on our website.

General Information

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 vary enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

How to Apply

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 applications: Monday 28th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July.

 


Accountancy Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

AAT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting

The course dates: October – July 2022, 390 guided learning hours.

The Centre requires an accountancy tutor who has experience in delivering AAT Level advanced diploma in Accounting.

Successful candidates would need to be registered to deliver the Qualification with AAT. They must have Assessor and IV Qualifications, extensive knowledge, expertise and understanding of all aspects of the AAT qualification and access to the AAT website. They must also hold a Qualification of teaching in an adult education context and have experience engaging students of all standards and to track progress.

Accounting Qualifications are an important and growing part of the Skills for work and Employability area. More details of the courses we offer can be found on our prospectus/website.

General Information

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.

 How To Apply

Please read the full job description and person specification.

Please send in your completed application form, including the supporting statement saying how you meet the Person Specification to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July.

 


APM -Project Management Fundamentals Qualification Tutor 

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires a Project Management Tutor who has experienced in delivering APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) 7th edition (formerly known as Introductory Certificate).

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.

General Information

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.

 How To Apply

Please read the full job description and person specification.

Please send in your completed application form, including the supporting statement saying how you meet the Person Specification to Alleena.hussain@marywardcentre.ac.uk

Closing date for applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


Business Administration and Management Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Business Administration and Project Management Tutors who are experienced in delivering Introductory and intermediate courses in Business Administration and Management. This can include delivering mentoring, event planning and leadership courses.

Successful candidates must have extensive knowledge, expertise and understanding of all aspects of the Business Administration and Management plus substantial experience of teaching 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.

General Information

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.

 How To Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


Archaeology Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Archaeology Tutors. The Mary Ward Centre is looking to add some archaeology courses to its course offer in Humanities and Social Sciences, having previously run courses in this subject with some success. We are looking for someone who is keen, inspirational and has a special flair. We are interested in talking to someone with a depth of knowledge in archaeology who could offer introductory courses to develop the interest of students in the subject, as well as offering somewhat more specialist courses exploring particular periods or themes.

You are very welcome to include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process. Details of the kinds of courses we have run previously are available upon request.

General Information

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.

How to Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


History Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires History Tutors. Our History classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer and we are looking to develop this further. We are looking for someone who is keen, inspirational and has a special flair. We are interested in talking to someone with a depth of knowledge in the subject who can offer courses across a range of periods and topics to complement our current offer.

Details of the kinds of courses we have offered previously are available upon request and a limited range of our current courses can be viewed on our website. You are very welcome to include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process.

General Information

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 vary enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

How to Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


Literature Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Literature Tutors. The centre is looking to add some literature courses to its offer in Humanities and Social Sciences, having previously run courses in this subject with some success. We are looking for someone who is keen, inspirational and has a special flair. We are interested in talking to someone with a depth of knowledge in literature who could offer a range of courses exploring particular authors, genres and/or topics and themes.

You are very welcome to include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process. Details of the kinds of courses we have run previously are available upon request.

 General Information

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 vary enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

How to Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


 

Philosophy Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Philosophy Tutors. Our Philosophy classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities curriculum offer. We run one of the most extensive range of non-accredited Adult Education philosophy programmes in the country, with courses at beginners, intermediate, upper-intermediate and advanced levels. We are looking for someone who is keen, inspirational and has a special flair. We are interested in talking to someone with a depth of knowledge in general philosophy but who is also in a position to offer more in-depth and specialist courses on particular topics to complement our current offer.

Details of the kinds of courses we have run in recent years are available on request and a limited range of these can be viewed on our website. You are very welcome to include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process.

 General Information

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 vary enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

How to Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


Politics and Economics Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Politics and Economics Tutors. The centre is looking to add some Politics and/or Economics courses to its course offer in Humanities and Social Sciences, having previously run successful courses in these subject areas. We are looking for someone who is keen, inspirational and has a special flair. We are interested in talking to someone with a depth of knowledge in politics and/or economics who could offer introductory courses to develop the interest of students in the subject, as well as offering somewhat more specialist courses exploring particular topics or themes.

You are very welcome to include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process. Details of the kinds of courses we have run previously are available upon request.

General Information

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 vary enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

How to Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July

 


Psychology Tutor

Salary: £29.71 / £31.19 per hour

The Centre requires Psychology Tutors. Our Psychology classes are an important and popular part of the Humanities & Social Sciences curriculum offer and we are looking to develop this further. We are looking for someone who is keen, inspirational and has a special flair. We are interested in talking to someone with a depth of knowledge in the subject who can offer general introductory courses as well as more specialist courses exploring particular topics and themes.

Details of the kinds of courses we have offered previously are available upon request and a limited range of our current courses can be viewed on our website. You are very welcome to include proposals of the kinds of courses you would like to offer as part of the application process.

 General Information

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 vary enormously. Some students do not have English as their first language.

How to Apply

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 applications: Thursday 24th June

Interviews are likely to take place in the week beginning 5th July.