Construction Work Skills Tutor

Closing date: 08/04/2024 12:00 am
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Contract type

Full-time, term-time plus 10 days

Hours per week

35 hours per week/40 weeks per year


£28,493–£37,725 PA; actual salary: £25,534–£33,807 PA (pending pay review, September 2024)

Start date


Reporting to

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Raise Education & Wellbeing School
54–56 Holmeswood Road,
Great Lever, BL3 3HS

Raise Education & Wellbeing School are currently seeking a Construction Work Skills Tutor to join our team.

The successful candidate will work as part of a team to deliver a range of vocational learning opportunities including construction, key life skills and employability. Tutoring will be 1-2-1 or with small class groups with students who have a range of social, emotional, and mental health needs, or require an alternative education provision. Students are predominantly working at entry level to L2. You will enable students to build confidence, skills, gain qualifications and work experience that prepares them for further education, apprenticeship and or full-time employment. This role involves working as part of a wider team to support safety, wellbeing, personal development, teaching and learning.

About Raise Education & Wellbeing School

Raise Education and Wellbeing school is a trauma informed independent SEMH special school that caters for 11 to 19 year olds (up to 25 if their needs require) with education and healthcare plans in addition we provide a Day 6 service to councils for children that have been permanently excluded, providing them with specialist assessment in order to determine their overall needs. We are a new school, having registered in 2016 and received an Ofsted judgement of Good with Outstanding features, in 2017 & 2022.

It’s in our name to, Raise the Youth, and we place child’s welfare and wellbeing paramount, treating all our students with a person-centred approach, with dignity, compassion and respect. We are a compassionate learning and developmental organisation with a strong team who support one another, and a school which has outstanding features and fully committed towards being outstanding in all areas. We provide a quality education with the freedom to teach, whilst meeting needs and supporting aspirations to encourage learning for life.


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    The benefits of working with Raise

    Time to teach

    • Small class sizes
    • Full TA support
    • Generous PPA time
    • Support of our multi-disciplinary team
    • Modern assessment and learning platforms


    • Work with supportive colleagues across curriculum areas
    • Receive regular CPD and updates
    • Develop new skills and competencies
    • Access training and professional development
    • Be part of our ‘grow our own’ talent pool


    • Excellent work life balance
    • Paid Wellbeing days
    • Mindfulness courses
    • Employment Assistance Programme (including Counselling and legal and financial advice)


    • Trauma and Mental Health Informed approaches
    • Attachment Aware
    • Compassionate and supportive
    • Restorative


    • Making a real difference to pupils’ lives
    • Autonomy within your role
    • Freedom to be innovative within your subject and beyond
    • Supportive SLT, proprietor & governors
    • Team ethos
    • Competitive salary

    What Ofsted said about our school:

    “Pupils enjoy attending this school. They like the wide range of experiences in which they can participate and the way staff help them to succeed. The school’s curriculum is ambitious for all pupils and reflects the school’s ethos. It has been designed to help pupils to overcome their considerable barriers to learning”.

    Raise the Youth Foundation CIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications regardless of race, nationality, ethnic origin, sex, marital status, disability, or age. All applicants are considered based on their merits and abilities for the job. All posts are subject to enhanced DBS checks. We operate a strict safeguarding policy which is consistently and rigorously applied.