Rail Engineering Tutor

Field Based
Salary: £25,000.00 to £30,000.00 /year

Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity for a qualified and experienced Engineering Tutor/Assessor to deliver on Level 3 Diploma in Engineering Technology (501/1130/) qualification.

Tutor to travel between Walsall & Burslem Offices.


Key responsibilities include:

· Delivery of an effective programme of learning in Engineering Technology, and more specifically Railway Units

· Assessing learners

· To plan, establish and sustain good relationships with all learners

· Contribute to the design and delivery of courses. This may include but not restricted to scheme of work, lesson plans, course material, hand-outs, individual learning plans, reviews and other student related paperwork

· Establish strategies for dealing with poor attendance, punctuality, behaviour and class performance

· Keeping registers and other student information as required by funding rules and for statistical purposes

· Liaise with Academy Manager (and other staff members) to ensure a smooth running of courses

· Undertake additional work to ensure quality and compliance is met to the highest standards.

· Undertake administrative duties associated with the learning programmes such as open days, organising external visitors and organising learning-related trips.

Education / Qualifications

· L3 or above qualification in Engineering Technology

· Teaching qualification (PTLLS or above)

· Assessor qualification (A1, TAQA or equivalent)

· Knowledge and familiarity with Railway Units


· Experience working within the Rail Industry

· Proven track record of successful completion of portfolios with success rates

· Competency in completing course compliance documentation in line with SFA guidelines

· Experience of teaching post-16

· Experience of assessing

· Experience of Ofsted inspections


· Knowledge of current policy in the Skills Sector and how this applies


· Ability to work independently demonstrating initiative and proactivity

· Excellent interpersonal skills and have the ability to communicate concerns, complex / contentious issues in a diplomatic manner that does not offend or escalate

· Proven ability to analyse complex problems and to develop and successfully implement practical and workable solutions to address them

· Ability to deal with changing priorities, work under pressure, work to tight deadlines and be flexible

· Ability to work collaboratively with staff at all levels across the Company and with external stakeholders and committed to teamwork

· Good standard of numeracy

· Experience of working with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook

Personal qualities

· Self-motivated and keen to learn

· Ability to adapt and work flexibly when required

· High level of attention to detail and accuracy

· Determination and has the ability to achieve deadlines

· Ability to work as a team member as well as using own initiative

· Be able to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team and establish relationships across the Company and with outside organisations

· Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage difficult situations

· Problem solving and decision-making skills

· Smart appearance and professional attitude

· Ability to work closely with senior managers and staff at all levels

· Able to demonstrate systematic approaches to work

Pathway Group is committed to safeguarding children, young people, and vulnerable adults. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.

Salary: £25,000.00 to £30,000.00 /year

Reference ID: RE01

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