Job Vacancies with Buckinghamshire Adult Learning

Job Vacancies

Job Vacancies

We are always interested in talking to tutors with experience in teaching adults, particularly in the following areas:

  • Community Engagement – confidence building / employability skills / basic IT for jobseekers
  • Family Learning – helping parents gain confidence in their English and maths skills and supporting parents with early years development
  • Learning for All – working with learners with learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Functional Skills – English, maths and digital skills
  • Creative Studies
  • Languages
  • Health and Fitness

Do you have an adult teaching qualification or are you a qualified teacher? We can support you to gain an introductory qualification if not.

Courses are held in community venues and adult learning centres throughout Buckinghamshire and sessions are usually 2 hours per week.

Successful applicants will join a “pool” of tutors who are allocated work according to demand. These are sessional tutor positions but fractional tutor posts may be available for the right candidates.

Please email alfinanceadmin@buckinghamshire.gov.uk  for further information.

To search for current vacancies at Buckinghamshire Council and Buckinghamshire Adult Learning, please visit https://jobs.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/

Sessional Community Engagement Tutors

We are hiring Sessional Community Engagement Tutors to teach employability, digital skills and wellbeing courses. For more information please contact Christine Frost : Christine.frost@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Patchwork and Quilting Tutor

We are seeking a sessional tutor to teach Patchwork and Quilting courses and workshops in High Wycombe from September 2022 on weekdays in the daytime (preferably Tuesday and Thursday).

Classes to start from September 2022 and the pay rate is £19.39 – £30.74 per hour depending on qualifications.

A level 3 teaching qualification is desirable.

For more information please contact Margaret Baptiste on margaret.baptiste@buckinghamshire.gov.uk