Additional Learning Support Coordinator

John Ruskin College

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Additional Learning Support Coordinator

If you want to join this dynamic, forward thinking, Vocational Sixth Form College, advance your career and have the skills and experience to match, please check our job vacancies below and submit your application form to us for consideration. Do remember to keep checking back if there is nothing suitable at the present time.

Our Curriculum Departments include, Business, Creative Industries which includes Media, Graphic Design and Photography, Information Technology ESOL & Skills For Life, Hair, Beauty & Spa Therapies, Health, Care and Early Years, Sports, Sciences and Apprenticeships.

If you have ambition for yourself and for John Ruskin College, its learners, staff and the local community than please apply.


To plan, prepare and deliver high quality learning support in a variety of contexts and through a range of delivery methods, i.e. one-to-one, small group teaching, study skills support, development of materials.

To coordinate the work of the Learning Support Coaches team to ensure a high standard of support including devising the timetables of support.

To arrange, coordinate and supervise the support delivered in the Hive

To assist in the interviewing of prospective learners on application and participate in the assessment of their support needs prior to their start, in collaboration with Learning Services Manager.

To assist the LS Manager and staff team to ensure that all learners with support needs have appropriate support on programme including compiling the Access Arrangements documentation and its dissemination where appropriate.

To work with the LS manager to ensure that accurate records are kept to evidence the claim for the relevant bodies.

To advise curriculum staff on appropriate learning strategies and the use of resources to meet the needs of learners.

Support the organisation of examinations in line with Joint Qualification Council (JQC) and awarding body requirements with regard to additional support required.

To identify the appropriate assistive technology to meet the needs of learners and support them on their use.

To contribute to the evaluation of additional learning support through a variety of methods including review of observation of the support sessions and learning walks.
Liaise with the Deputy DSLO

To undertake all the tasks associated with being a Safeguarding Champion for the College including preparing reports for the Safeguarding meetings, working groups and committees.


Equal Opportunities
We recognise and encourage the potential of a diverse workforce and positively welcome applications from people from black and ethnic minority communities

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £25,622 – £27,187 per annum

You have 2 day(s) until the application deadline.