Filter Options
Clear All (0)
Location
England
London
Central London
North London
East London
South London
West London
East Midlands
Derby
Derbyshire
Alfreton
Ashbourne
Bakewell
Belper
Bolsover
Buxton
Chapel-en-le-Frith
Chesterfield
Clay Cross
Darley Dale
Dronfield
Glossop
Heanor
Ilkeston
Long Eaton
Matlock
New Mills
Ripley
Sandiacre
Shirebrook
Staveley
Swadlincote
Whaley Bridge
Wirksworth
Leicester
Leicestershire
Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Coalville
Earl Shilton
Hinckley
Ibstock
Loughborough
Lutterworth
Market Bosworth
Market Harborough
Melton Mowbray
Shepshed
Syston
Lincolnshire
Boston
Bourne
Crowland
Gainsborough
Grantham
Heckington
Holbeach
Horncastle
Lincoln
Long Sutton
Louth
Mablethorpe
Market Deeping
Market Rasen
North Hykeham
Skegness
Sleaford
Spalding
Spilsby
Stamford
Wainfleet All Saints
Woodhall Spa
Wragby
Northamptonshire
Brackley
Burton Latimer
Corby
Daventry
Desborough
Higham Ferrers
Irthlingborough
Kettering
Northampton
Oundle
Raunds
Rushden
Thrapston
Towcester
Wellingborough
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
Arnold
Beeston
Bingham
Cotgrave
Eastwood
Hucknall
Kimberley
Kirkby-in-Ashfield
Mansfield
Mansfield Woodhouse
Market Warsop
Newark-on-Trent
Retford
Southwell
Stapleford
Sutton in Ashfield
West Bridgford
Worksop
Rutland
Oakham
Uppingham
East of England
Bedford
Bedford
Kempston
Cambridgeshire
Cambridge
Chatteris
Ely
Godmanchester
Huntingdon
March
Ramsey
Soham
St Ives
St Neots
Whittlesey
Wisbech
Central Bedfordshire
Ampthill
Biggleswade
Dunstable
Flitwick
Houghton Regis
Leighton Buzzard
Potton
Sandy
Shefford
Stotfold
Woburn
Essex
Basildon
Billericay
Braintree
Brentwood
Brightlingsea
Burnham-on-Crouch
Canvey Island
Chelmsford
Chigwell
Chipping Ongar
Clacton-on-Sea
Coggeshall
Colchester
Epping
Frinton-on-Sea
Great Dunmow
Halstead
Harlow
Harwich
Loughton
Maldon
Manningtree
Rayleigh
Rochford
Saffron Walden
South Woodham Ferrers
Southminster
Stansted Mountfitchet
Thaxted
Waltham Abbey
Walton-on-the-Naze
West Mersea
Wickford
Witham
Wivenhoe
Hertfordshire
Baldock
Berkhamsted
Bishop's Stortford
Borehamwood
Buntingford
Bushey
Cheshunt
Chorleywood
Harpenden
Hatfield
Hemel Hempstead
Hertford
Hitchin
Hoddesdon
Letchworth
Potters Bar
Radlett
Rickmansworth
Royston
Sawbridgeworth
St Albans
Stevenage
Tring
Waltham Cross
Ware
Watford
Welwyn Garden City
Luton
Norfolk
Attleborough
Aylsham
Caister-on-Sea
Cromer
Dereham
Diss
Downham Market
Fakenham
Gorleston-on-Sea
Great Yarmouth
Harleston
Hingham
Holt
Hunstanton
King's Lynn
Loddon
North Walsham
Norwich
Reepham
Sheringham
Stalham
Swaffham
Thetford
Watton
Wells-next-the-Sea
Wymondham
Peterborough
Southend-on-Sea
Leigh-on-Sea
Southend-on-Sea
Suffolk
Acton
Aldeburgh
Beccles
Brandon
Bungay
Bury St Edmunds
Clare
Eye
Felixstowe
Framlingham
Hadleigh
Halesworth
Haverhill
Ipswich
Kesgrave
Leiston
Lowestoft
Mildenhall
Needham Market
Newmarket
Saxmundham
Southwold
Stowmarket
Sudbury
Wickham Market
Woodbridge
Thurrock
Grays
Stanford-le-Hope
Tilbury
North East
County Durham
Annfield Plain
Barnard Castle
Bishop Auckland
Chester-le-Street
Consett
Crook
Durham
Ferryhill
Newton Aycliffe
Peterlee
Seaham
Sedgefield
Shildon
Spennymoor
Stanhope
Stanley
Tow Law
Willington
Wolsingham
Darlington
Hartlepool
Middlesbrough
North Yorkshire
Skelton
Northumberland
Alnwick
Amble
Ashington
Bedlington
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Blyth
Corbridge
Cramlington
Haltwhistle
Hexham
Morpeth
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
Ponteland
Prudhoe
Rothbury
Wooler
Redcar and Cleveland
Brotton
Guisborough
Loftus
Marske-by-the-Sea
Redcar
Saltburn-by-the-Sea
Stockton-on-Tees
Billingham
Stockton-on-Tees
Thornaby-on-Tees
Yarm
Tyne and Wear
Blaydon
Gateshead
Hebburn
Hetton-le-Hole
Houghton-le-Spring
Jarrow
Longbenton
Meadow Well
Newcastle upon Tyne
Ryton
South Shields
Sunderland
Tynemouth
Wallsend
Washington
Whickham
Whitburn
Whitley Bay
North West
Blackburn with Darwen
Blackburn
Darwen
Blackpool
Borough of Halton
Runcorn
Widnes
Cheshire East
Alsager
Bollington
Congleton
Crewe
Knutsford
Macclesfield
Middlewich
Nantwich
Poynton
Sandbach
Wilmslow
Cheshire West and Chester
Chester
Ellesmere Port
Frodsham
Neston
Northwich
Winsford
Cumbria
Alston
Ambleside
Appleby-in-Westmorland
Aspatria
Barrow-in-Furness
Bowness-on-Windermere
Brampton
Broughton in Furness
Carlisle
Cleator Moor
Cockermouth
Dalton-in-Furness
Egremont
Grange-over-Sands
Kendal
Keswick
Kirkby Lonsdale
Kirkby Stephen
Longtown
Maryport
Millom
Penrith
Sedbergh
Silloth
Ulverston
Whitehaven
Wigton
Windermere
Workington
Greater Manchester
Altrincham
Ashton-in-Makerfield
Ashton-under-Lyne
Atherton
Bolton
Bramhall
Bury
Chadderton
Cheadle
Cheadle Hulme
Denton
Droylsden
Dukinfield
Eccles
Failsworth
Farnworth
Gatley
Golborne
Hale
Hazel Grove
Heywood
Hindley
Horwich
Hyde
Ince-in-Makerfield
Irlam
Kearsley
Lees
Leigh
Little Lever
Littleborough
Manchester
Marple
Middleton
Milnrow
Mossley
Oldham
Partington
Radcliffe
Ramsbottom
Rochdale
Romiley
Royton
Sale
Salford
Shaw
Stalybridge
Standish
Stockport
Stretford
Swinton
Tyldesley
Urmston
Walkden
Westhoughton
Whitefield
Wigan
Worsley
Lancashire
Accrington
Adlington
Bacup
Bamber Bridge
Barnoldswick
Barrowford
Brierfield
Burnley
Carnforth
Chorley
Church
Clayton-le-Moors
Cleveleys
Clitheroe
Colne
Earby
Fleetwood
Freckleton
Fulwood
Garstang
Great Harwood
Haslingden
Heysham
Kirkham
Lancaster
Leyland
Longridge
Lytham St Anne's
Morecambe
Nelson
Ormskirk
Oswaldtwistle
Padiham
Poulton-le-Fylde
Preston
Rawtenstall
Rishton
Skelmersdale
Thornton
Trawden
Whitworth
Merseyside
Bebington
Billinge
Birkenhead
Bootle
Crosby
Formby
Haydock
Heswall
Hoylake
Kirkby
Litherland
Liverpool
Maghull
Newton-le-Willows
Prescot
Rainford
Southport
St Helens
Wallasey
West Kirby
Warrington
Lymm
Warrington
South East
Bracknell Forest
Bracknell
Crowthorne
Sandhurst
Brighton and Hove
Buckinghamshire
Amersham
Aylesbury
Beaconsfield
Buckingham
Chesham
Gerrards Cross
High Wycombe
Marlow
Princes Risborough
Wendover
Winslow
East Sussex
Battle
Bexhill
Crowborough
Eastbourne
Hailsham
Hastings
Heathfield
Lewes
Newhaven
Peacehaven
Polegate
Rye
Seaford
Uckfield
Wadhurst
Hampshire
Aldershot
Alton
Andover
Basingstoke
Bishop's Waltham
Blackwater
Bordon
Eastleigh
Emsworth
Fareham
Farnborough
Fleet
Fordingbridge
Gosport
Havant
Hedge End
Horndean
Lymington
New Alresford
New Milton
Petersfield
Ringwood
Romsey
Tadley
Totton
Whitchurch
Wickham
Winchester
Yateley
Isle of Wight
Brading
Cowes
East Cowes
Newport
Ryde
Sandown
Shanklin
Ventnor
Yarmouth
Kent
Ashford
Broadstairs
Canterbury
Dartford
Deal
Dover
Edenbridge
Faversham
Folkestone
Gravesend
Herne Bay
Hythe
Lydd
Maidstone
Margate
Minster
New Romney
Northfleet
Paddock Wood
Queenborough
Ramsgate
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Sandwich
Sevenoaks
Sheerness
Sittingbourne
Snodland
Southborough
Swanley
Swanscombe
Tenterden
Tonbridge
West Malling
Westerham
Whitstable
Medway
Chatham
Gillingham
Rochester
Milton Keynes
Bletchley
Milton Keynes
Newport Pagnell
Olney
Woburn Sands
Oxfordshire
Abingdon-on-Thames
Banbury
Bicester
Burford
Carterton
Charlbury
Chipping Norton
Didcot
Faringdon
Henley-on-Thames
Kidlington
Oxford
Thame
Wallingford
Wantage
Watlington
Witney
Woodstock
Portsmouth
Reading
Slough
Southampton
Surrey
Addlestone
Ashford
Banstead
Camberley
Caterham
Chertsey
Dorking
Egham
Epsom
Esher
Ewell
Farnham
Frimley
Godalming
Guildford
Haslemere
Horley
Leatherhead
Oxted
Redhill
Reigate
Staines-upon-Thames
Sunbury
Sunbury-on-Thames
Walton-on-Thames
Warlingham
Weybridge
Woking
West Berkshire
Hungerford
Newbury
Thatcham
West Sussex
Arundel
Bognor Regis
Burgess Hill
Chichester
Crawley
Cuckfield
East Grinstead
Haywards Heath
Horsham
Littlehampton
Midhurst
Petworth
Selsey
Shoreham-by-Sea
Southwick
Steyning
Worthing
Windsor and Maidenhead
Eton
Maidenhead
Windsor
Wokingham
Wokingham
Woodley
South West
Bath and North East Somerset
Bath
Keynsham
Midsomer Norton
Radstock
Bristol
Cornwall
Bodmin
Bude
Callington
Camborne
Camelford
Falmouth
Fowey
Hayle
Helston
Higher Larrick
Launceston
Liskeard
Looe
Lostwithiel
Marazion
Newlyn
Newquay
Padstow
Penryn
Penzance
Redruth
Saltash
St Austell
St Blazey
St Columb Major
St Ives
St Just
Stratton
Torpoint
Truro
Wadebridge
Devon
Ashburton
Axminster
Barnstaple
Bideford
Bovey Tracey
Buckfastleigh
Budleigh Salterton
Chagford
Chudleigh
Colyton
Crediton
Cullompton
Dartmouth
Dawlish
Exeter
Exmouth
Great Torrington
Higher Dunstone
Holsworthy
Honiton
Ilfracombe
Ivybridge
Kingsbridge
Kingsteignton
Lynton
Moretonhampstead
Newton Abbot
North Tawton
Northam
Okehampton
Ottery St Mary
Salcombe
Seaton
Sherford
Sidmouth
South Molton
Tavistock
Teignmouth
Tiverton
Topsham
Totnes
Wotton Cross
Dorset
Beaminster
Blandford Forum
Bournemouth
Bridport
Chickerell
Christchurch
Dorchester
Ferndown
Fortuneswell
Gillingham
Lyme Regis
Poole
Shaftesbury
Sherborne
Stalbridge
Sturminster Newton
Swanage
Verwood
Wareham
Weymouth
Wimborne Minster
Gloucestershire
Cheltenham
Chipping Campden
Cinderford
Cirencester
Coleford
Dursley
Fairford
Gloucester
Lechlade-on-Thames
Lydney
Minchinhampton
Mitcheldean
Moreton-in-Marsh
Nailsworth
Newent
Northleach
Painswick
Stonehouse
Stow-on-the-Wold
Stroud
Tetbury
Tewkesbury
Winchcombe
Wotton-under-Edge
Isles of Scilly
Hugh Town
North Somerset
Clevedon
Nailsea
Portishead
Weston-Super-Mare
Plymouth
Somerset
Axbridge
Bridgwater
Bruton
Burnham-on-Sea
Castle Cary
Chard
Crewkerne
Dulverton
Frome
Glastonbury
Ilminster
Langport
Minehead
North Petherton
Shepton Mallet
Somerton
South Petherton
Street
Taunton
Watchet
Wellington
Wells
Wincanton
Wiveliscombe
Yeovil
South Gloucestershire
Bradley Stoke
Chipping Sodbury
Filton
Thornbury
Yate
Swindon
Highworth
Swindon
Torbay
Brixham
Paignton
Torquay
Wiltshire
Amesbury
Bradford-on-Avon
Calne
Chippenham
Corsham
Cricklade
Devizes
Ludgershall
Malmesbury
Marlborough
Melksham
Mere
Royal Wootton Bassett
Salisbury
Tidworth
Trowbridge
Warminster
Westbury
Wilton
West Midlands
Herefordshire
Bromyard
Hereford
Kington
Ledbury
Leominster
Ross-on-Wye
Shropshire
Bishop's Castle
Bridgnorth
Broseley
Church Stretton
Cleobury Mortimer
Craven Arms
Ellesmere
Ludlow
Market Drayton
Much Wenlock
Newport
Oswestry
Shrewsbury
Telford
Wem
Whitchurch
Staffordshire
Biddulph
Burntwood
Burton upon Trent
Cannock
Cheadle
Eccleshall
Fazeley
Kidsgrove
Leek
Lichfield
Madeley
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Penkridge
Rugeley
Stafford
Stone
Tamworth
Uttoxeter
Stoke-on-Trent
Warwickshire
Alcester
Atherstone
Bedworth
Coleshill
Henley-in-Arden
Kenilworth
Nuneaton
Royal Leamington Spa
Rugby
Shipston-on-Stour
Southam
Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwick
Whitnash
West Midlands
Aldridge
Bilston
Birmingham
Blackheath
Bloxwich
Brierley Hill
Brownhills
Coseley
Coventry
Darlaston
Dudley
Halesowen
Kingswinford
Oldbury
Rowley Regis
Royal Sutton Coldfield
Sedgley
Smethwick
Solihull
Stourbridge
Sutton Coldfield
Tipton
Walsall
Wednesbury
West Bromwich
Willenhall
Wolverhampton
Worcestershire
Bewdley
Bromsgrove
Droitwich Spa
Evesham
Great Malvern
Kidderminster
Pershore
Redditch
Stourport-on-Severn
Tenbury Wells
Worcester
Yorkshire and the Humber
East Riding of Yorkshire
Beverley
Bridlington
Cottingham
Driffield
Goole
Hedon
Hessle
Hornsea
Howden
Market Weighton
Pocklington
South Cave
Withernsea
North East Lincolnshire
Cleethorpes
Grimsby
Immingham
North Lincolnshire
Barton-upon-Humber
Brigg
Crowle
Epworth
Kirton in Lindsey
Scunthorpe
Winterton
North Yorkshire
Bedale
Boroughbridge
Easingwold
Filey
Harrogate
Helmsley
High Bentham
Kirkbymoorside
Knaresborough
Leyburn
Malton
Masham
Middleham
Northallerton
Norton-on-Derwent
Pateley Bridge
Pickering
Richmond
Ripon
Scarborough
Selby
Settle
Skipton
Tadcaster
Thirsk
Whitby
South Yorkshire
Adwick le Street
Barnsley
Bawtry
Bentley
Bolton upon Dearne
Conisbrough
Dinnington
Doncaster
Goldthorpe
Maltby
Mexborough
Penistone
Rawmarsh
Rotherham
Royston
Sheffield
Stocksbridge
Thorne
Thurnscoe
Tickhill
Wath upon Dearne
Wombwell
Worsbrough
West Yorkshire
Baildon
Batley
Bingley
Bradford
Brighouse
Castleford
Cleckheaton
Dewsbury
Elland
Featherstone
Garforth
Guiseley
Halifax
Hebden Bridge
Heckmondwike
Hemsworth
Holmfirth
Horbury
Huddersfield
Ilkley
Keighley
Knottingley
Leeds
Liversedge
Meltham
Mirfield
Morley
Normanton
Ossett
Otley
Pontefract
Pudsey
Rothwell
Shipley
Silsden
South Elmsall
South Kirkby
Sowerby Bridge
Todmorden
Wakefield
Wetherby
Yeadon
York
Haxby
York
Yorkshire
Kingston upon Hull
Scotland
Edinburgh
Aberdeen
Aberdeenshire
Aberchirder
Alford
Ballater
Banchory
Banff
Blackburn
Ellon
Fraserburgh
Huntly
Inverbervie
Inverurie
Kintore
Laurencekirk
Macduff
Oldmeldrum
Peterhead
Portlethen
Portsoy
Rosehearty
Stonehaven
Turriff
Westhill
Angus Council
Arbroath
Brechin
Carnoustie
Forfar
Kirriemuir
Monifieth
Montrose
Argyll and Bute Council
Campbeltown
Dunoon
Helensburgh
Inveraray
Lochgilphead
Oban
Rothesay
Tobermory
Clackmannanshire
Alloa
Alva
Clackmannan
Dollar
Tillicoultry
Dumfries and Galloway
Annan
Castle Douglas
Dalbeattie
Dumfries
Gatehouse of Fleet
Kirkcudbright
Langholm
Lochmaben
Lockerbie
Moffat
New Galloway
Newton Stewart
Sanquhar
Stranraer
Whithorn
Wigtown
Dundee
East Ayrshire Council
Cumnock
Darvel
Galston
Kilmarnock
Newmilns
Stewarton
East Dunbartonshire Council
Bearsden
Bishopbriggs
Kirkintilloch
Milngavie
East Lothian Council
Cockenzie and Port Seton
Dunbar
East Linton
Haddington
Musselburgh
North Berwick
Prestonpans
Tranent
East Renfrewshire Council
Barrhead
Falkirk
Bo'ness
Denny
Falkirk
Grangemouth
Fife
Anstruther
Auchtermuchty
Buckhaven
Burntisland
Cowdenbeath
Crail
Culross
Cupar
Dunfermline
Falkland
Glenrothes
Inverkeithing
Kinghorn
Kirkcaldy
Ladybank
Leslie
Leven
Lochgelly
Markinch
Methil
Newburgh
Newport-on-Tay
Pittenweem
St Andrews
Tayport
Glasgow
Highland Council
Alness
Aviemore
Cromarty
Dingwall
Dornoch
Fort William
Fortrose
Grantown-on-Spey
Invergordon
Inverness
Kingussie
Nairn
Tain
Thurso
Wick
Inverclyde
Gourock
Greenock
Port Glasgow
Midlothian
Bonnyrigg
Dalkeith
Loanhead
Penicuik
Moray
Buckie
Burghead
Charlestown of Aberlour
Cullen
Dufftown
Elgin
Findochty
Forres
Keith
Lossiemouth
Rothes
Na h-Eileanan an Iar
Stornoway
North Ayrshire Council
Ardrossan
Irvine
Kilwinning
Largs
Millport
Saltcoats
Stevenston
North Lanarkshire
Airdrie
Bellshill
Coatbridge
Cumbernauld
Kilsyth
Motherwell
Wishaw
Orkney
Kirkwall
Stromness
Perth and Kinross
Aberfeldy
Alyth
Auchterarder
Blairgowrie and Rattray
Coupar Angus
Crieff
Kinross
Perth
Pitlochry
Renfrewshire
Erskine
Johnstone
Paisley
Renfrew
Scottish Borders
Coldstream
Duns
Eyemouth
Galashiels
Hawick
Innerleithen
Jedburgh
Kelso
Lauder
Melrose
Peebles
Selkirk
Shetland Islands
Lerwick
South Ayrshire Council
Ayr
Girvan
Maybole
Prestwick
Troon
South Lanarkshire
Biggar
Carluke
East Kilbride
Hamilton
Lanark
Larkhall
Rutherglen
Uddingston
Stirling
Bridge of Allan
Callander
Doune
Dunblane
Stirling
West Dunbartonshire Council
Alexandria
Clydebank
Dumbarton
West Lothian
Armadale
Bathgate
Blackburn
Broxburn
Linlithgow
Livingston
Whitburn
Wales
Cardiff
Swansea
Gorseinon
Loughor
Pontarddulais
Swansea
Newport
Caerleon
Newport
Blaenau Gwent
Abertillery
Blaina
Brynmawr
Ebbw Vale
Nantyglo
Tredegar
Bridgend County Borough
Bridgend
Maesteg
Pencoed
Pontycymer
Porthcawl
Caerphilly County Borough
Abercarn
Bargoed
Blackwood
Caerphilly
Newbridge
Pontllanfraith
Rhymney
Risca
Ystrad Mynach
Carmarthenshire
Ammanford
Burry Port
Carmarthen
Kidwelly
Laugharne
Llandeilo
Llandovery
Llanelli
Llanybydder
Newcastle Emlyn
St Clears
Whitland
Ceredigion
Aberaeron
Aberystwyth
Cardigan
Lampeter
Llandysul
New Quay
Tregaron
Conwy Principal Area
Abergele
Betws-y-Coed
Colwyn Bay
Conwy
Llandudno
Llanfairfechan
Llanrwst
Penmaenmawr
Denbighshire
Denbigh
Llangollen
Prestatyn
Rhuddlan
Rhyl
Ruthin
St Asaph
Flintshire
Buckley
Caerwys
Connah's Quay
Flint
Holywell
Mold
Shotton
Gwynedd
Bala
Bangor
Barmouth
Bethesda
Blaenau Ffestiniog
Caernarfon
Criccieth
Dolgellau
Harlech
Nefyn
Porthmadog
Pwllheli
Rhosgadfan
Tywyn
Isle of Anglesey
Amlwch
Beaumaris
Holyhead
Llangefni
Menai Bridge
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough
Merthyr Tydfil
Treharris
Monmouthshire
Abergavenny
Caldicot
Chepstow
Monmouth
Usk
Neath Port Talbot Principle Area
Glynneath
Neath
Pontardawe
Port Talbot
Pembrokeshire
Fishguard
Goodwick
Haverfordwest
Milford Haven
Narberth
Neyland
Pembroke
Pembroke Dock
St Davids
Tenby
Powys
Brecon
Builth Wells
Crickhowell
Hay-on-Wye
Knighton
Llandrindod Wells
Llanfair Caereinion
Llanfyllin
Llanidloes
Llanwrtyd Wells
Machynlleth
Montgomery
Newtown
Presteigne
Rhayader
Talgarth
Welshpool
Ystradgynlais
Rhondda Cynon Taff
Abercynon
Aberdare
Ferndale
Llantrisant
Mountain Ash
Pontypridd
Porth
Rhondda
Talbot Green
Tonypandy
Treherbert
Treorchy
Torfaen Principal Area
Abersychan
Blaenavon
Cwmbran
Pontypool
Vale of Glamorgan
Barry
Cowbridge
Llantwit Major
Penarth
Wrexham Principal Area
Chirk
Wrexham
Northern Ireland
Belfast
Antrim and Newtownabbey
Antrim
Ballyclare
Newtownabbey
Randalstown
Ards and North Down
Bangor
Comber
Donaghadee
Holywood
Newtownards
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon
Armagh
Banbridge
Craigavon
Dromore
Lurgan
Portadown
Causeway Coast and Glens
Ballycastle
Ballymoney
Coleraine
Limavady
Portrush
Portstewart
Derry and Strabane
Derry
Strabane
Fermanagh and Omagh
Enniskillen
Omagh
Lisburn and Castlereagh
Carryduff
Dundonald
Dunmurry
Lisburn
Mid and East Antrim
Ballymena
Carrickfergus
Larne
Mid Ulster
Coalisland
Cookstown
Dungannon
Magherafelt
Newry, Mourne and Down
Ballynahinch
Downpatrick
Kilkeel
Newcastle
Newry
Warrenpoint
Isle of Man
Castletown
Douglas
Peel
Ramsey
Sectors
University of Leeds profile and vacancies
University of Leeds
in Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2
Tutor in Adult Nursing x 2 (MHHEA1213)
by Agreement
Full time
by Agreement
Full time
Education company
... by way of innovation in education, research and scholarship.As a Tutor in Adult Nursing you will contribute to the delivery of high quality and digitally enhanced student education and support, and lead developments in this role.  The School of Healthcare is looking to appoint a Tutor in Adult Nursing with secondment option considered.  As a Tutor in Adult Nursing you will have an MSc in a relevant subject (or be willing to undertake with support) and experience in educational provision. You will also be a registered adult nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), or be eligible for registration, have practice experience, and either have a teaching qualification or be willing to undertake one when in post.To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: Helen Convey, Programme Leader, BSc Adult Nursing Curriculum Email: h.m.convey@leeds.ac.ukAs an international research-intensive university, we welcome students and staff from all walks of life and from across the world. We foster an inclusive environment where all can flourish and prosper, and we are proud of our strong commitment to student education. Within the School of Healthcare we are dedicated to diversifying our community and we welcome the unique contributions that individuals can bring, and particularly encourage applications from, but not limited to Black, Asian, people who belong to a minority ethnic community, people who identify as LGBT+; and people with disabilities. Candidates will always be selected based on merit and ability.The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offers a range of family friendly policies. The School of Healthcare holds a Silver Athena Swan award.  We are committed to being an inclusive School that values all staff, and we are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees. Closing Date: 14 Jun 2022 Section: Teaching Salary: £27,924 to £33,309 p.a.
... by way of innovation in education, research and scholarship.As a Tutor in Adult Nursing you will contribute to the delivery of high quality and digitally enhanced student education and support, and lead developments in this role.  The School of Healthcare is looking to appoint a Tutor in Adult Nursing with secondment option considered.  As a Tutor in Adult Nursing you will have an MSc in a relevant subject (or be willing to undertake with support) and experience in educational provision. You will also be a registered adult nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), or be eligible for registration, have practice experience, and either have a teaching qualification or be willing to undertake one when in post.To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: Helen Convey, Programme Leader, BSc Adult Nursing Curriculum Email: h.m.convey@leeds.ac.ukAs an international research-intensive university, we welcome students and staff from all walks of life and from across the world. We foster an inclusive environment where all can flourish and prosper, and we are proud of our strong commitment to student education. Within the School of Healthcare we are dedicated to diversifying our community and we welcome the unique contributions that individuals can bring, and particularly encourage applications from, but not limited to Black, Asian, people who belong to a minority ethnic community, people who identify as LGBT+; and people with disabilities. Candidates will always be selected based on merit and ability.The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offers a range of family friendly policies. The School of Healthcare holds a Silver Athena Swan award.  We are committed to being an inclusive School that values all staff, and we are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees. Closing Date: 14 Jun 2022 Section: Teaching Salary: £27,924 to £33,309 p.a.
Yesterday
QUICK VIEW QUICK VIEW SHOW LESS
Newcastle University profile and vacancies
Newcastle University
in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Academic Tutor (Newcastle, GB)
£31,406 per year
Full time
£31,406 per year
Full time
Education company
... rata Closing Date: 24 June 2022 The Role This post is for a Tutor on the IAPT Low-Intensity Psychological Therapies programme. You will join a team within the School of Psychology which has responsibility for the delivery and assessment of teaching and learning materials associated with the Low-Intensity Psychological Therapies programme in order to support the development and assessment of clinical competency by trainees on this programme. You will help ensure the efficient and effective delivery of the programme by providing teaching and training, and undertake the assessment and evaluation of the trainees. You will be required to liaise effectively with a range of external stakeholder groups including placement providers, and work alongside colleagues on other clinical training programmes within the School. This role is part time for 40% of the full time equivalent For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Claire Lomax, Reader in Clinical Psychology - claire.lomax@newcastle.ac.uk Key Accountabilities Act as Academic Tutor on the Low-Intensity Psychological Therapies programme of study to support students to develop clinical competency in the low intensity CBT clinical method Provide teaching in a variety of settings from small group clinical skills role-play sessions to current theoretically informed lectures, ensuring content, methods of delivery and learning materials meet the defined learning objectives for individual teaching sessions Develop and enhance teaching materials, methods and approaches Seek ways of improving performance by reflecting on teaching design and delivery and obtaining and analysing feedback, and to undertake evaluations of the programme and teaching impact as required Participate in the trainee selection process with other members of the team Monitor and ensure student progression by reference to defined criteria and provide constructive feedback to students Liaise with a range of external stakeholder groups (including IAPT service placement providers) with regards to broad issues around programme delivery and also individual student progress Keep up to date regarding new recommendations and guidelines set by the Department of Health or other public bodies (e.g. NHS plan, National Service Framework, National Institute for Clinical Excellence) Liaise with other HEIs delivering low-intensity CBT training in order to share best practice and expertise Liaise across other University clinical training programmes and the Psychological Therapies Research and Training Clinic as required, all of which are based within the School of Psychology The Person Knowledge, Skills and Experience An understanding of the roles of PWPs within the UK healthcare system and the NHS and the function of clinical training in supporting these roles Recent clinical and/or supervisory experience in an IAPT service operating a stepped care model of service delivery A comprehensive grasp of the theoretical and practical foundations of low-intensity working, with the flair and flexibility to accommodate future developments Ability to organise and prioritise workload Ability to build good working relationships with a wide range of individuals likely to be encountered in the role, including trainees, colleagues and a range of University and NHS staff Desirable Experience of involvement in delivering teaching and training, including CBT and/or PWP training Experience in supervising others in CBT/PWP work Experience in appraising the competence of trainees including through assessment of academic and/or clinical assignments Attributes and Behaviour / Success Factors Planning and Organising Manage time and resources by prioritising and organising effectively Identifies quickly what is important and prioritises accordingly Establishes clear roles and responsibilities for self and others Maintains flexibility in work plans to allow for changing circumstances Works in a planned and structured way Ensures all activities are completed on time Uses systems and tools to ensure records and audit trails are clear and up-to-date Team-Working Works collaboratively with others, plays a positive role in teams and establishes and grows relationships across the project where different skills, expertise and opinions are valued Respects the expertise and contribution of others even if own opinion is different Shares relevant and useful information with others Keeps other team members up to date with progress Gets involved with team tasks Willing to help others and share workloads Supportive of team decisions Asks others’ opinion Encourages others to get involved Talks about other team members in a positive way Respects the value that different views bring to the team Communicating Uses clear, concise and accurate communication, tailoring the approach accordingly and encouraging a two way communication process Is factually correct and gives consistent verbal and non-verbal messages Chooses communication tools appropriately eg selective use of e-mails and other channels of communication Uses face to face communication regularly; team meetings, one to ones, informal discussions/chats, briefing sessions etc Tailors content of communication to the audience, changing style, tone and format appropriately Projecting Confidence Projects a positive attitude through personal confidence and enthusiasm in order to achieve organisational success Inspires the trust and confidence of others Projects energy Enthusiastic and positive outlook Confident statements of own position or views Demonstrates self-assured manner High level of self-motivation even when things are not going well Remains calm when responding to challenging situations Embracing Change Recognises the need for change and is forward looking. Promotes the benefits of change to others and regularly comes up with new ideas. Has the willingness to adopt new ways of working and to make improvements Accepts the reality and requirements of change as part of achieving organisational goals Is able to achieve change at individual and functional level Reviews and revises plans to meet with changing circumstances Is supportive of others during change Develops and implements new ideas Qualifications Successful completion of a Degree Level 6/PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Therapy (or equivalent) from a provider of Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner training accredited by the British Psychological Society Desirable Successful completion of a PG Dip in High Intensity CBT The University holds a silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our good employment practices for the advancement of gender equality. The University also holds the HR Excellence in Research award for our work to support the career development of our researchers, and is a member of the Euraxess initiative supporting researchers in Europe. Requisition ID: 20248
... rata Closing Date: 24 June 2022 The Role This post is for a Tutor on the IAPT Low-Intensity Psychological Therapies programme. You will join a team within the School of Psychology which has responsibility for the delivery and assessment of teaching and learning materials associated with the Low-Intensity Psychological Therapies programme in order to support the development and assessment of clinical competency by trainees on this programme. You will help ensure the efficient and effective delivery of the programme by providing teaching and training, and undertake the assessment and evaluation of the trainees. You will be required to liaise effectively with a range of external stakeholder groups including placement providers, and work alongside colleagues on other clinical training programmes within the School. This role is part time for 40% of the full time equivalent For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Claire Lomax, Reader in Clinical Psychology - claire.lomax@newcastle.ac.uk Key Accountabilities Act as Academic Tutor on the Low-Intensity Psychological Therapies programme of study to support students to develop clinical competency in the low intensity CBT clinical method Provide teaching in a variety of settings from small group clinical skills role-play sessions to current theoretically informed lectures, ensuring content, methods of delivery and learning materials meet the defined learning objectives for individual teaching sessions Develop and enhance teaching materials, methods and approaches Seek ways of improving performance by reflecting on teaching design and delivery and obtaining and analysing feedback, and to undertake evaluations of the programme and teaching impact as required Participate in the trainee selection process with other members of the team Monitor and ensure student progression by reference to defined criteria and provide constructive feedback to students Liaise with a range of external stakeholder groups (including IAPT service placement providers) with regards to broad issues around programme delivery and also individual student progress Keep up to date regarding new recommendations and guidelines set by the Department of Health or other public bodies (e.g. NHS plan, National Service Framework, National Institute for Clinical Excellence) Liaise with other HEIs delivering low-intensity CBT training in order to share best practice and expertise Liaise across other University clinical training programmes and the Psychological Therapies Research and Training Clinic as required, all of which are based within the School of Psychology The Person Knowledge, Skills and Experience An understanding of the roles of PWPs within the UK healthcare system and the NHS and the function of clinical training in supporting these roles Recent clinical and/or supervisory experience in an IAPT service operating a stepped care model of service delivery A comprehensive grasp of the theoretical and practical foundations of low-intensity working, with the flair and flexibility to accommodate future developments Ability to organise and prioritise workload Ability to build good working relationships with a wide range of individuals likely to be encountered in the role, including trainees, colleagues and a range of University and NHS staff Desirable Experience of involvement in delivering teaching and training, including CBT and/or PWP training Experience in supervising others in CBT/PWP work Experience in appraising the competence of trainees including through assessment of academic and/or clinical assignments Attributes and Behaviour / Success Factors Planning and Organising Manage time and resources by prioritising and organising effectively Identifies quickly what is important and prioritises accordingly Establishes clear roles and responsibilities for self and others Maintains flexibility in work plans to allow for changing circumstances Works in a planned and structured way Ensures all activities are completed on time Uses systems and tools to ensure records and audit trails are clear and up-to-date Team-Working Works collaboratively with others, plays a positive role in teams and establishes and grows relationships across the project where different skills, expertise and opinions are valued Respects the expertise and contribution of others even if own opinion is different Shares relevant and useful information with others Keeps other team members up to date with progress Gets involved with team tasks Willing to help others and share workloads Supportive of team decisions Asks others’ opinion Encourages others to get involved Talks about other team members in a positive way Respects the value that different views bring to the team Communicating Uses clear, concise and accurate communication, tailoring the approach accordingly and encouraging a two way communication process Is factually correct and gives consistent verbal and non-verbal messages Chooses communication tools appropriately eg selective use of e-mails and other channels of communication Uses face to face communication regularly; team meetings, one to ones, informal discussions/chats, briefing sessions etc Tailors content of communication to the audience, changing style, tone and format appropriately Projecting Confidence Projects a positive attitude through personal confidence and enthusiasm in order to achieve organisational success Inspires the trust and confidence of others Projects energy Enthusiastic and positive outlook Confident statements of own position or views Demonstrates self-assured manner High level of self-motivation even when things are not going well Remains calm when responding to challenging situations Embracing Change Recognises the need for change and is forward looking. Promotes the benefits of change to others and regularly comes up with new ideas. Has the willingness to adopt new ways of working and to make improvements Accepts the reality and requirements of change as part of achieving organisational goals Is able to achieve change at individual and functional level Reviews and revises plans to meet with changing circumstances Is supportive of others during change Develops and implements new ideas Qualifications Successful completion of a Degree Level 6/PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Therapy (or equivalent) from a provider of Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner training accredited by the British Psychological Society Desirable Successful completion of a PG Dip in High Intensity CBT The University holds a silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our good employment practices for the advancement of gender equality. The University also holds the HR Excellence in Research award for our work to support the career development of our researchers, and is a member of the Euraxess initiative supporting researchers in Europe. Requisition ID: 20248
Yesterday
QUICK VIEW QUICK VIEW SHOW LESS
University of Sunderland profile and vacancies
University of Sunderland
in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR1
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer - Clinical Link Tutor – Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship (South) (0088-21-R-7)
by Agreement
Full time
by Agreement
Full time
Education company
... will be joining a team of Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Clinical Link Tutors supporting the delivery of the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship across the Spire Network.  You will be required to travel to destinations across your region in order to support the apprentices. Please note these posts are fixed term for up to 5 years which will be reviewed as the programme develops.You will have a Degree and preferably a post graduate qualification, in education or specialist clinical practice and have wide experience in the practice of supporting students. You will be appointed as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer depending on your level of experience and qualifications.If you hold the skills and experience, we are looking for, we would love to hear from you.BenefitsWe offer employees a competitive salary as well as a comprehensive benefits package which includes but is not limited to:36 days annual leave plus 13 Public Holidays (days)Teachers Pension SchemeSalary Sacrifice SchemesPayscales are reviewed annually in line with cost of living increases and incremental progressionFor more information, please contact Simone Bedford - Team Leader Professional Healthcare Practice and Midwifery on 07966 268 216 or simone.bedford@sunderland.ac.uk Closing Date: 30 May 2022 Category: Academic
... will be joining a team of Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Clinical Link Tutors supporting the delivery of the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship across the Spire Network.  You will be required to travel to destinations across your region in order to support the apprentices. Please note these posts are fixed term for up to 5 years which will be reviewed as the programme develops.You will have a Degree and preferably a post graduate qualification, in education or specialist clinical practice and have wide experience in the practice of supporting students. You will be appointed as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer depending on your level of experience and qualifications.If you hold the skills and experience, we are looking for, we would love to hear from you.BenefitsWe offer employees a competitive salary as well as a comprehensive benefits package which includes but is not limited to:36 days annual leave plus 13 Public Holidays (days)Teachers Pension SchemeSalary Sacrifice SchemesPayscales are reviewed annually in line with cost of living increases and incremental progressionFor more information, please contact Simone Bedford - Team Leader Professional Healthcare Practice and Midwifery on 07966 268 216 or simone.bedford@sunderland.ac.uk Closing Date: 30 May 2022 Category: Academic
Added 16 May
QUICK VIEW QUICK VIEW SHOW LESS
Royal College of Art profile and vacancies
Royal College of Art
in Greater London, SW7
Tutor (Research) in School of Design (0.6 FTE minimum) (129-21-AEF2)
by Agreement
Full time
by Agreement
Full time
Education company
... support this transformation, we are seeking to appoint a Tutor (Research) in the School of Design in MA Fashion, MA Textiles, MA Service Design, MA/MSc Innovation Design Engineering, MA/MSc Global Innovation Design, MA Design Products, MRes Healthcare & Design.As well as being able to support and respond to the work of students, the successful candidate will also be expected to teach from their own research by delivering lectures, workshops, seminars and crits. They will be expected to contribute to discussions about the development of the curriculum and be prepared to pioneer new ways of teaching. They will also be expected to undertake administration around their teaching as required by the well-established structures present across the school.The successful candidate’s research will be expected to operate at a high level, consistently producing research outputs of at least 3* REF quality to enable submission to the REF. They will also be expected to pursue funding opportunities for their research and where possible, to involve colleagues in collaborative projects and contributing to the rich research culture and environment of the College.  Closing Date: 06 Jun 2022 Category: Academic
... support this transformation, we are seeking to appoint a Tutor (Research) in the School of Design in MA Fashion, MA Textiles, MA Service Design, MA/MSc Innovation Design Engineering, MA/MSc Global Innovation Design, MA Design Products, MRes Healthcare & Design.As well as being able to support and respond to the work of students, the successful candidate will also be expected to teach from their own research by delivering lectures, workshops, seminars and crits. They will be expected to contribute to discussions about the development of the curriculum and be prepared to pioneer new ways of teaching. They will also be expected to undertake administration around their teaching as required by the well-established structures present across the school.The successful candidate’s research will be expected to operate at a high level, consistently producing research outputs of at least 3* REF quality to enable submission to the REF. They will also be expected to pursue funding opportunities for their research and where possible, to involve colleagues in collaborative projects and contributing to the rich research culture and environment of the College.  Closing Date: 06 Jun 2022 Category: Academic
Added 17 May
QUICK VIEW QUICK VIEW SHOW LESS
Lancaster University profile and vacancies
Lancaster University
in Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1
English and Study Skills Tutor (0498-22)
by Agreement
Full time
by Agreement
Full time
Education company
LANCASTER UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BEIJING JIAO TONG UNIVERSITY  Full time English and Study Skills Tutor/s – to commence from August 2022Salary: £27,116 - £32,309 depending on qualifications and experienceThis is an exciting opportunity to be part of a joint institute between Lancaster University and Beijing Jiao Tong University (BJTU).  The campus is located one hour south of Weihai in the eastern Shandong province, located in the ‘Weihai Nanhai New Area’ in the south of the Shandong peninsula. The successful applicant will be based on the campus in China for two semesters, which are of 18 weeks duration.  There will be a housing provision for accommodation in China, medical cover and two return flights included in the remuneration package. The accommodation is conveniently located near the teaching campus, with nearby supermarkets, bars and restaurants, and there is a beach and seaside area close by with a fish market. The individual appointed will have the opportunity to teach on our English and Study Skills modules, which is part a four-year degree programme for Chinese students, leading to a dual award from both institutions. There are four modules, spread over two years. The crucial first year of the degree course prepares our Chinese students for entry into the second year of their chosen degree courses at the joint institute, where there are six pathways: Computing, Design, Communications Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Accounting & Finance and Business Studies.  Main duties of this role are: to deliver student-centred classes incorporating opportunities for developing independent learning skills; to create supplementary relevant teaching materials,  provide learner support; to evaluate learning through a range of assessment methods, and to keep up-to-date records as required by Lancaster University. It is hoped that all teaching will be face-to-face in China, for that reason we are particularly looking for candidates based in China.  However, in these uncertain times delivery for the first semester could be on-line or a blended approach may be adopted. Applicants should have TESOL/CELTA qualifications with recent experience of teaching English for Academic Purposes in a variety of international settings. Post graduate teaching qualifications (MA TESOL/ or DELTA) are highly desirable. Candidates will be expected to have tutorial experience, working in both large and small group settings.  Experience of teaching international students, ideally Chinese students, plus proficiency in the use of interactive technologies is essential.  There is a very strong preference for candidates who are already in China and who can easily travel to the China campus to teach in-person.  Successful candidates must be available to commence in the role by August 2022 and this role is subject to being able to obtain a Z visa (work visa) prior to the first deployment to china. The modules to be covered are taught for up to 25 hours per week.  Applications will be accepted only on the official application form, which is available by following this link https://hr-jobs.lancs.ac.uk/0498-22Enquiries to: Dr Michele Luxon, Head of Overseas Programmes, Lancaster University, Bailrigg, LA1 4YWEmail: m.luxon@lancaster.ac.uk Closing date: 27 May 2022Interviews: 9/10 June 2022 (By Video Call)Information about LU at www.lancaster.ac.uk While we thank all applicants for their interest, we are only able to contact candidates who are successful in progressing to the next stage. If you have not been contacted by the 10 June 2022 then please presume that you have not been successful on this occasion.  Closing Date: 27 May 2022 Department: Teaching-Only Salary: £28,756 to £33,309
LANCASTER UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BEIJING JIAO TONG UNIVERSITY  Full time English and Study Skills Tutor/s – to commence from August 2022Salary: £27,116 - £32,309 depending on qualifications and experienceThis is an exciting opportunity to be part of a joint institute between Lancaster University and Beijing Jiao Tong University (BJTU).  The campus is located one hour south of Weihai in the eastern Shandong province, located in the ‘Weihai Nanhai New Area’ in the south of the Shandong peninsula. The successful applicant will be based on the campus in China for two semesters, which are of 18 weeks duration.  There will be a housing provision for accommodation in China, medical cover and two return flights included in the remuneration package. The accommodation is conveniently located near the teaching campus, with nearby supermarkets, bars and restaurants, and there is a beach and seaside area close by with a fish market. The individual appointed will have the opportunity to teach on our English and Study Skills modules, which is part a four-year degree programme for Chinese students, leading to a dual award from both institutions. There are four modules, spread over two years. The crucial first year of the degree course prepares our Chinese students for entry into the second year of their chosen degree courses at the joint institute, where there are six pathways: Computing, Design, Communications Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Accounting & Finance and Business Studies.  Main duties of this role are: to deliver student-centred classes incorporating opportunities for developing independent learning skills; to create supplementary relevant teaching materials,  provide learner support; to evaluate learning through a range of assessment methods, and to keep up-to-date records as required by Lancaster University. It is hoped that all teaching will be face-to-face in China, for that reason we are particularly looking for candidates based in China.  However, in these uncertain times delivery for the first semester could be on-line or a blended approach may be adopted. Applicants should have TESOL/CELTA qualifications with recent experience of teaching English for Academic Purposes in a variety of international settings. Post graduate teaching qualifications (MA TESOL/ or DELTA) are highly desirable. Candidates will be expected to have tutorial experience, working in both large and small group settings.  Experience of teaching international students, ideally Chinese students, plus proficiency in the use of interactive technologies is essential.  There is a very strong preference for candidates who are already in China and who can easily travel to the China campus to teach in-person.  Successful candidates must be available to commence in the role by August 2022 and this role is subject to being able to obtain a Z visa (work visa) prior to the first deployment to china. The modules to be covered are taught for up to 25 hours per week.  Applications will be accepted only on the official application form, which is available by following this link https://hr-jobs.lancs.ac.uk/0498-22Enquiries to: Dr Michele Luxon, Head of Overseas Programmes, Lancaster University, Bailrigg, LA1 4YWEmail: m.luxon@lancaster.ac.uk Closing date: 27 May 2022Interviews: 9/10 June 2022 (By Video Call)Information about LU at www.lancaster.ac.uk While we thank all applicants for their interest, we are only able to contact candidates who are successful in progressing to the next stage. If you have not been contacted by the 10 June 2022 then please presume that you have not been successful on this occasion.  Closing Date: 27 May 2022 Department: Teaching-Only Salary: £28,756 to £33,309
Added 17 May
QUICK VIEW QUICK VIEW SHOW LESS
Seetec Group profile and vacancies
Seetec Group
in England
Tutor - Multi Discipline (Devon) (South West England, South West, United Kingdom)
£24,325 per year
Full time
£24,325 per year
Full time
Human Resources company
Job Role We’re currently recruiting a Tutor to join our growing team in the South West to coach, guide and support our learners and their employers. Join our Education and Skills team at Seetec Outsource to support our learners in achieving their accreditations within AEB 19+. We are looking for someone with a vocational background, who really enjoys supporting their learners to take actions towards further training or employment, and facilitate their personal, social, and educational development. Our successful candidate will be working towards or already hold PTTLS or the equivalent teaching qualification and minimum Level 2 Functional and IT Skills. We aren’t always looking for someone who ticks every single box, however we are looking for someone with a background in Hospitality/ catering/ leisure who brings added value to the team to provide a first class customer service, driven by overarching aim to empower lives and improve communities. In return for your dedication, knowledge, and commitment, we offer a competitive salary range £24,325 to £28,625 p.a. (dependent on experience) with these great benefits: 25 days annual leave + Bank Holidays + Birthday Day off (with the opportunity to buy additional days) 2 Volunteer Days Pension - 5% Employee 5% Employer Healthcare Cash Plan, incl. 3 x salary life assurance Annual Salary Increase in line with national average Refer a friend scheme Free access to BenefitHub – an online portal with access to a wide range of retail discounts, cycle to work scheme and additional voluntary benefits There’s also the opportunity to progress your career! There’s an easy to apply route below to upload your CV! If you need any further information, talk to our experienced Internal Recruitment Team on 01702 208282. Seetec Group is an employee-owned organisation and we continually pride ourselves on our sense of community, both in the incredible work we do throughout UK and Ireland, and internally within our 2,500-strong team. People are at the front, centre and heart of every service we provide and each decision we make. What it means to be employee-owned. What our people say. Location: Devon, Flexible remote and On Site delivery Hours: 37 hours (Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm / Friday 8.30pm -4.30pm) Closing Date: 31 May 2022 Key Responsibilities Coach, guide and support learners and their employers in the effective achievement of the accredited ESOL, Functional Skills Individual Learning Programme, Business Admin/ Start-Up and progression planning in a classroom or work based environment. Interpret initial assessments and diagnostics to assess learners capability, suitability and their engagement to ensure timely achievements are met, including retention and achievement targets. Negotiate, design and implement an Individual Learning Plan with each learner. Regularly assess, monitor, review, evaluate and adjust the Individual Learning Plan as necessary. Liaise with all relevant stakeholders to prepare and support employer-led Schemes of Work and Schemes of Assessment. Support transition activities for learners moving to Apprenticeships or on to Further Education For the full job description, please follow the link: TUTOR (Multi Discipline) Skills and Experience Experience of initial and diagnostic assessment tools. Experience of delivery in the classroom and the workplace to young learners and adults. A track record of delivering outstanding teaching and learning A track record of developing resources and training programmes The ability to use technology to deliver training and development Additional Information SEETEC OUTSOURCE TRAINING AND SKILLS is part of Seetec Group and operates across the private, public and charitable sectors to help businesses and individuals to develop the skills that they need to thrive, now and in the future. The business delivers a range of Training, Apprenticeships and Professional Development programmes in collaboration with employers across 5 core industry sectors: Public Services, Advanced Engineering & Aviation, Media & Communications, Transport & Logistics and Professional Services. We have significantly grown and evolved from our original not for profit roots in 1984, but our foundation is the strength of our people and their expertise, insight and determination to change the lives of those they support. It was therefore a logical step at the beginning of 2020 to put our future in the hands of our colleagues and become majority employee owned. We are now the 9th largest employee-owned business in the UK where every employee is a stakeholder in our collective success. Seetec Outsource helps organisations and individuals to succeed through the delivery of high-quality knowledge and skills development, rewarding apprenticeships and training opportunities for young people, new recruits and existing employees. Seetec Outsource is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share and uphold this commitment in conjunction with the requirements of the Prevent Duty and the positive promotion of modern British values. Dependent on the role applying to you may be required to process a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS/DS) check. Seetec support the recruitment of ex- offenders and will not discriminate in any way. Our full policy statement of “Ex-Offenders” can be found on our website under “About us”. Seetec Outsource is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
Job Role We’re currently recruiting a Tutor to join our growing team in the South West to coach, guide and support our learners and their employers. Join our Education and Skills team at Seetec Outsource to support our learners in achieving their accreditations within AEB 19+. We are looking for someone with a vocational background, who really enjoys supporting their learners to take actions towards further training or employment, and facilitate their personal, social, and educational development. Our successful candidate will be working towards or already hold PTTLS or the equivalent teaching qualification and minimum Level 2 Functional and IT Skills. We aren’t always looking for someone who ticks every single box, however we are looking for someone with a background in Hospitality/ catering/ leisure who brings added value to the team to provide a first class customer service, driven by overarching aim to empower lives and improve communities. In return for your dedication, knowledge, and commitment, we offer a competitive salary range £24,325 to £28,625 p.a. (dependent on experience) with these great benefits: 25 days annual leave + Bank Holidays + Birthday Day off (with the opportunity to buy additional days) 2 Volunteer Days Pension - 5% Employee 5% Employer Healthcare Cash Plan, incl. 3 x salary life assurance Annual Salary Increase in line with national average Refer a friend scheme Free access to BenefitHub – an online portal with access to a wide range of retail discounts, cycle to work scheme and additional voluntary benefits There’s also the opportunity to progress your career! There’s an easy to apply route below to upload your CV! If you need any further information, talk to our experienced Internal Recruitment Team on 01702 208282. Seetec Group is an employee-owned organisation and we continually pride ourselves on our sense of community, both in the incredible work we do throughout UK and Ireland, and internally within our 2,500-strong team. People are at the front, centre and heart of every service we provide and each decision we make. What it means to be employee-owned. What our people say. Location: Devon, Flexible remote and On Site delivery Hours: 37 hours (Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm / Friday 8.30pm -4.30pm) Closing Date: 31 May 2022 Key Responsibilities Coach, guide and support learners and their employers in the effective achievement of the accredited ESOL, Functional Skills Individual Learning Programme, Business Admin/ Start-Up and progression planning in a classroom or work based environment. Interpret initial assessments and diagnostics to assess learners capability, suitability and their engagement to ensure timely achievements are met, including retention and achievement targets. Negotiate, design and implement an Individual Learning Plan with each learner. Regularly assess, monitor, review, evaluate and adjust the Individual Learning Plan as necessary. Liaise with all relevant stakeholders to prepare and support employer-led Schemes of Work and Schemes of Assessment. Support transition activities for learners moving to Apprenticeships or on to Further Education For the full job description, please follow the link: TUTOR (Multi Discipline) Skills and Experience Experience of initial and diagnostic assessment tools. Experience of delivery in the classroom and the workplace to young learners and adults. A track record of delivering outstanding teaching and learning A track record of developing resources and training programmes The ability to use technology to deliver training and development Additional Information SEETEC OUTSOURCE TRAINING AND SKILLS is part of Seetec Group and operates across the private, public and charitable sectors to help businesses and individuals to develop the skills that they need to thrive, now and in the future. The business delivers a range of Training, Apprenticeships and Professional Development programmes in collaboration with employers across 5 core industry sectors: Public Services, Advanced Engineering & Aviation, Media & Communications, Transport & Logistics and Professional Services. We have significantly grown and evolved from our original not for profit roots in 1984, but our foundation is the strength of our people and their expertise, insight and determination to change the lives of those they support. It was therefore a logical step at the beginning of 2020 to put our future in the hands of our colleagues and become majority employee owned. We are now the 9th largest employee-owned business in the UK where every employee is a stakeholder in our collective success. Seetec Outsource helps organisations and individuals to succeed through the delivery of high-quality knowledge and skills development, rewarding apprenticeships and training opportunities for young people, new recruits and existing employees. Seetec Outsource is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share and uphold this commitment in conjunction with the requirements of the Prevent Duty and the positive promotion of modern British values. Dependent on the role applying to you may be required to process a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS/DS) check. Seetec support the recruitment of ex- offenders and will not discriminate in any way. Our full policy statement of “Ex-Offenders” can be found on our website under “About us”. Seetec Outsource is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
Added 17 May
QUICK VIEW QUICK VIEW SHOW LESS
Royal College of Art profile and vacancies
Royal College of Art
in Greater London, SW7
Senior Tutor (Research) in School of Design (0.6 FTE minimum) (AEF)
by Agreement
Full time
by Agreement
Full time
Education company
... support this transformation, we are seeking to appoint a Senior Tutor (Research) in the School of Design in MA Fashion, MA Textiles, MA Service Design, MA/MSc Innovation Design Engineering, MA/MSc Global Innovation Design, MA Design Products, MRes Healthcare & Design. We are seeking expressions of interest from outstanding research-active, experienced academics in any of the aforementioned disciplines for the School of Design on a minimum of 0.6 FTE basis. Successful candidates will demonstrate enthusiasm for working with students and alongside colleagues with the high levels of commitment and energy required by a world-leading postgraduate institution.As well as being able to support and assess the work of students, successful candidates will also be expected to deliver research-led teaching through lectures, workshops, seminars and crits, and innovative learning and teaching strategies and methods. They will be expected to contribute to discussions about the development of the curriculum and be prepared to pioneer new ways of teaching, p