Employability Tutor

  • Job Reference: 00001593-1
  • Date Posted: 12 January 2023
  • Recruiter: ACH
  • Location: Birmingham
  • Salary: £22.50 Per Hour
  • Sector: Administration
  • Job Type: Temporary
  • Work Hours: Part Time

Job Description

Post: Employability Tutor

Department: Himilo      

Reports to: Quality and Curriculum Manager

Working Hours: 15 hours a week

Contract: Fixed Term Contract- 3 Months

Rate of pay: £22.50 per hour

Location: ACH Birmingham, Wolverhampton or Coventry


About ACH

Our vision is to empower refugees and migrants who reside in the UK to lead self-sufficient and ambitious lives.

ACH is a social enterprise comprised of a diverse group of strategists and researchers led by lived experience. We provide tailored integration services that not only help individuals, but also disrupt the systems that have entrenched inequalities in our society.

We have a track record of delivering effective support services that give refugees and migrants the tools they need to succeed. In 2021 alone, we have helped 1000+ people to achieve their personal goals and lead fulfilling lives in their new country.

By working with us at ACH, you will be supporting refugees and migrants to build a better, brighter future. 


Purpose of job

We are looking for a tutor to support our training delivery as part of the Himilo arm of ACH. The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of English courses primarily, though also available to support across a wider range of skills and qualification-based programmes of delivery. This role would be suitable for someone with a Further Education and training background and used to supporting delivery of training contracts.


Key Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities:

  • To plan, prepare and evaluate high quality course(s) of learning for learners.
  • To give subject specialist information, advice, and support to learners as part of teaching duties, including providing learners with advice on progression, either within the contracts or our referral partners.
  • To create learning aims, gather and upload evidence, name files correctly and close learning aims in a timely manner;
  • To proactively use initial assessments to inform planning and to monitor, mark and assess learners’ work and progress and maintain records of this to prepare learners for exams and accreditation;
  • To keep learners’ records, including initial assessment and Learning Agreement records; Individual Learning Plans and progress records;
  • To ensure that quality assurance processes are implemented and robustly complied with;
  • To embed Equality & Diversity, British Values into every lesson and comply with Safeguarding, Prevent, and Equality & Diversity Policies and Procedures at all times.
  • To ensure continuing professional/curriculum development (CPD) and to participate in training where appropriate and to attend all required meetings;
  • To support the Teaching Coordinator in the successful operational management of the curriculum.
  • Contact  learners on the day they fail to attend.
  • Ensure learner surveys are carried out and monitored and exit information is captured at the end of the course. 


This list is not exclusive or exhaustive. You may be asked to carry out other duties deemed necessary by your line manager.

For more information on the role and ACH please view the full job description here and our recruitment pack here

How to apply

To apply please complete our application form by clicking ‘Apply today’ below. 

For an informal conversation or to find out more about ACH or the role, please don’t hesitate to contact our People and Culture Manager, Werner Lourens - werner.lourens@ach.org.uk.

Due to the nature of this post, an enhanced DBS check will be undertaken for successful applicants, but only with their prior consent. 

Applicants need to have right to work in the UK and access to their own vehicle for business use to be considered for this role. We may close this role early, so please apply ASAP to avoid disappointment.