Specialist Study Skills Tutor

Twickenham, United Kingdom
25 Feb 2021
End of advertisement period
14 Mar 2021
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Education
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Part Time

Application closing date: 14/03/2021
Location: St Mary's University, Waldegrave Rd, Twickenham TW1 4SX
Salary: £35 per hour
Package: This is a casual role, and as such hours are variable throughout the year depending upon demand.

The Student Wellbeing Service is looking to appoint a highly qualified and experienced sessional tutor to meet the increased demand of students with specific learning differences and/or autism. The post holders will be expected to provide individual tutorials for students with specific learning differences and/or autism.

Successful candidates will be appointed on a casual sessional basis and will be able to work flexibly during the academic year as required.

Job Details

To provide non subject-specific, study skills tuition to students with Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs) and other learning needs. To facilitate students’ development into becoming independent learners by helping them to develop learning strategies and transferrable skills to improve their academic abilities. To ensure, as an integral part of the Service, that holistic support for neurodiverse and other students is fully embedded in their academic experience.


Since 1850, St Mary’s mission has been to provide a high-quality professional environment, inspired by its distinctive ethos and values. The University is an inclusive academic community, where everybody is welcomed.

St Mary’s is on an exciting journey of transformation and growth, to benefit students, staff and the wider St Mary’s community. As the University builds on its proud heritage, it will be looking for exceptional people to help shape its progressive future.


The Student Services team is dedicated to assisting, guiding and supporting students throughout their time at St Mary’s and beyond. We provide a range of advisory and professional services, spanning wellbeing, student life and support. These include Accommodation, Counselling, Disability & Dyslexia Specialist mental health advice, Student Funding and Pastoral Support.

For further enquiries about this role please contact the Student Wellbeing Service - Disability & Dyslexia via email at or call Tel: 020 8240 4353.

Applicants are advised to apply as soon as possible.

Advert end date: 14th March 2021 at 23:59

Interviews are likely to be held soon afterwards.