UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BIRMINGHAM

Employability Tutor

Location
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Posted
03 Aug 2020
End of advertisement period
17 Aug 2020
Ref
S115
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Salary ​£17,562 - £18,625 p.a. (Pro rata of £30,942 - £32,816)
Contract Type part-time, permanent
Closing Date 17-08-2020 12 Midday
Support/Academic/Management Support

Hired@UCB provides careers, employability and enterprise services to our students based upon 6 key themes: GET Started, GET Skilled, GET Experience, GET Hired, GET Enterprising and GET On. We currently have a vacancy for an Employability Tutor (Careers).

The role of the Employability Tutor (Careers) is to provide impartial careers information, advice and guidance to all UCB students as part of the hired@UCB offer. This will require the delivery of 1:1 sessions, group sessions and workshops, provide CV assistance, maintain up to date labour market intelligence, support with open days and effectively promote the University through a variety of mediums. You will also develop strong links with UCB Schools and Departments regarding the hired@UCB service as well as engage directly with employers to source and develop partnerships for employment and placement opportunities.

The successful candidate will have (or be working towards) a careers qualification at level 6 or above and be able to deliver support to a wide age range of students, from further education to postgraduate. You will have excellent communication and organisation skills, the ability to work with a diverse range of clients, and proficiency in administration and the use of IT.

Staff benefits include pro rata of 38 days’ paid leave per year, excellent staff development opportunities, pension scheme and a private healthcare policy.

Note for applicants:

All applicants for employment at the University will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of Safeguarding and the PREVENT agenda in the context of further and higher education.

Interview Dates: TBC

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