• LocationDoncaster
  • Salary£26,334 - £30,853
  • Contract TypeFull Time
  • Closing Date25th June 2022

Title                             Tutor  

Reports to                   Hub Manager

Based at                      Communication Specialist College - Doncaster

Hours of work             37hrs per week

Responsible for:

  • To ensure the delivery of outstanding quality learning to young people
  • Mentoring and supporting Pathway Learning Mentors
  • To ensure that the quality improvement systems and processes within the designated cohort are consistently applied
  • To deliver accredited and non-accredited courses as directed.
  • To respond to changes in Inspection frameworks, Awarding Body, or service requirements by producing appropriate learning programmes and materials.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • To provide day to day support to the Hub Manager
  • To  input to Education and Health Care Plans for a designated cohort of students.
  • To attend when required EHCP meetings.
  • To belong to a sub group to monitor and standardize internal quality assurance
  • To deliver accredited and/or non-accredited courses to a high-quality standard
  • To assist in the development of the curriculum.
  • To induct and assess young people and adults leading to the design of their individual learning.
  • Providing students with appropriate information, advice, guidance, and support.
  • To monitor, support and sign post students to ensure their pastoral needs are met
  • Administrative work associated with all the organisation’s operations
  • National Qualifications – design, develop, deliver and assess accreditation across a range of designated areas.
  • Statistics – provide statistical information on student progress and achievement as required
  • To work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team to ensure a high standard of delivery on each students learning journey in accordance with their EHCP.
  • To liaise with the college career lead to develop and monitor a range of work placement opportunities for young people as part of the learning programme where appropriate
  • To undertake peer assessment and internal verification
  • To contribute to department self assessment
  • To take responsibility for monitoring of tutorials within designated hub
  • To write baseline summaries for designated hub as directed by hub manager
  • To support and mentor PLMs in the management of students behaviours within the classroom 


  • To strictly observe and follow staff code of conduct
  • To have responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of all students
  • The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment
  • Be aware of the responsibility for personal health, safety and welfare and that of others who may be affected by your actions or inactions
  • Support the college’s implementation of all current statutory requirements, e.g. Equalities Act, Equal Opportunities, Child Protection and Data Protection (GDPR)
  • To fulfil personal requirements, where appropriate, with regard to Trust and college policies and procedures, health, safety and welfare, emergency, evacuation and security
  • To work positively and inclusively with colleagues and stakeholders so that the Trust provides a workplace and delivers a service that does not discriminate against people on the ground of their age, sexuality, religion or belief, race, gender or disabilities
  • To attend training as required by the Trust to ensure that the best possible service is provided to our students and to each other
  • To observe at all times the Trust’s policies, in particular those relating to Health and Safety at Work and Data Protection
  • To attend training as required by the Trust to ensure that the best possible service is provided to our students and to each other
  • To undertake other duties which may be reasonably be required

To request an application form please email - hsanaghan@ddt-deaf.org.uk