18 May Personal Tutor – Health and Social Care – National Opportunities
Job title: Personal Tutor – Health & Social Care
Reports to: Operations Manager
Location: Home based with occasional travel required for learner visits/
Salary: From £30,500 per annum depending on experience (Including
on target earnings including up to £6,000 bonus)
Helping talent thrive.
It starts with our winning team.
Our handpicked, trusted people demonstrate their specialist
knowledge in all that they do, and through our infectious and transferable
passion and energy, we motivate and invigorate those around us to be the best
they can be.
Paragon Skills are an Ofsted Grade ‘Good’ provider, winning
awards such as Care Services Apprenticeship Provider of the Year in 2021 and
being awarded Gold for both Investors in People, and Investors in Young People.
We are very proud of these successes, which have earned us the title of one of
the UK’s leading training providers.
About the role:
We have exciting opportunities across the country for
Personal Tutors to deliver Health & Social Care apprenticeships from levels
2 to 5. You will support learners through their apprenticeship journey,
providing outstanding teaching and learning from day one, and guiding them to
their End Point Assessment. You will support the learning journey through
effective use of learning resources and facilitate on and off the job training
Our innovative learner management system and latest
technology will guide your learners through their learner journey to drive
What we need from
Experience delivering Health & Social care
apprenticeships on the new apprenticeship standards
A strong track record of supporting learners
through End Point Assessment
Relevant occupational competency within the Health
& Social Care sector, working at a supervisor/ manager level at a minimum
Relevant qualifications within the Health &
Social Care sector
GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above or
equivalent Functional Skills qualifications
Assessor or teaching qualification
Ability to manage a caseload of learners with
varying learning requirements
Knowledge of different types of learning styles
and how to practically apply this knowledge to ensure all learners have a
tailored and supportive learning journey
A team player with good planning and
organisational skills and the ability to manage own workload
Proficient in using Microsoft Excel, Word,
Outlook and PowerPoint
High levels of accuracy and attention to detail
Strong written and verbal communication skills
What’s in it for you?
Paragon Skills is an inclusive, welcoming and supportive
place to work with a fantastic culture which supports your own learning and
development and career growth. In addition to this, we are proud to offer
Paragon Choices, our suite of optional and core benefits including life
assurance and income protection. We also have the following benefits available
for all colleagues:
Increasing holiday entitlement each year up to
25 days, plus an additional 3 days at Christmas and a holiday purchase scheme
Perkbox – a suite of lifestyle benefits and
Recognition and long service awards to celebrate
our colleagues’ commitment to Paragon Skills
Colleague referral bonus payments
Three days paid volunteering leave and corporate
Going for Gold incentive scheme – up to an
additional £6,000 per annum in KPI related bonus can be earned
We are a Disability Confident Employer and have a guaranteed
interview scheme in place to ensure that nobody is overlooked or discriminated
against because of their disability. If you meet the minimum criteria when you
apply and you have informed us in your application that you have a disability,
you will be guaranteed an interview for that role.
To promote and maintain an inclusive working environment, as
part of your application process we will ask you to share data on certain characteristics.
These answers will not form part of the selection and recruitment process and
will not be shared with anyone outside of the People Team.
Paragon Skills is committed to the safeguarding and wellbeing
of our learners and colleagues and we implement robust safer recruitment
practices to support this. Dependant on the role you are applying for, we may
undertake a number of necessary checks to confirm you are suitable to work with
children and vulnerable adults, which may include a Disclosure and Barring
Service check. We are also committed to promoting equality and inclusion
throughout our colleague and learner populations.