Lecturer for Specific Learning Differences

Lecturer for Specific Learning Differences
London OR Birmingham OR Manchester QA Higher Education
Mainly home based
Are you an experienced FE or HE Lecturer in Specific Learning Differences, looking for a permanent role within a dynamic organisation where you can be proud and feel rewarded watching our students succeed?
We have an exciting opportunity to be part of our growing and expanding campus. We are student centric and very passionate about our contribution to our students future ………come join us!
Your focus: As Lecturer, will be working within the Academic Community of Excellence (ACE) team to provide specialist study skills support to learners with a range of neurodiverse profiles. These may include dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, attention deficit disorder or are on the autistic spectrum as well as other possible disabilities such as mental health issues.
You will be delivering effective online & F2F teaching, learning and support to learners enabling them to achieve their aspirations and goals. This will involve evidencing progression against targets set in negotiation with the learner to meet, and continue to meet, their individual needs…… your knowledge, powering each students potential.
Please note that some travel may be required. Mainly Monday – Friday with some flexibility outside of 9am-5.30pm would be ideal
Role Overview
Support and teach study skills strategies to learners with SpLDs on a wide range of programmes and subject areas
Deliver effective and engaging teaching, learning and support to meet the needs of the learner with SpLDs and to develop their skills enabling them to take responsibility for their own learning
Plan and deliver tutorials and drop-in sessions, using appropriate multi-sensory strategies to facilitate independent learning and tailored support (both virtual and face to face)
Deliver learning and evidence progression to meet the targets set for the learner to enable learners to meet or exceed their goals
Create individual support plans tailored to learner’s individual needs considering results of initial & diagnostic assessments
Regularly review individual support plans with students to ensure needs are still being met and adapt accordingly
Complete detailed documentation to evidence the need for Learning Support Funding
Bring your experience: Applicants will hold a degree or equivalent, relevant teaching qualification, OCR qualification or equivalent in SpLD support at Level 7 and hold and maintain a membership of a DSA-QAG’s recognised professional body such as PATOSS, BDA, ADSHE or Dyslexia Guild (desirable)
A little more about QA: Students preparing for undergraduate study. Working professionals looking to specialise in their field. Career changers. Everyone should be given access to outstanding higher education and our aim at QA is to make that possible.
Equal Opportunities At QA, our mission is to help everyone find their place in the world.

Job Information

Job Reference: 000472_1643893875
Salary: Negotiable
Salary From: £
Salary To: £
Job Industries: Education and Training
Job Locations: London
Job Types: Permanent
Job Skills: QA Ltd
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