Peppard Common, Oxfordshire
Milton Keynes College Group
TEACHER / TUTOR – Construction/Painting & Decorating
Location: HMP Huntercombe, Nuffield, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 5SB
Hours: Ad-hoc / Variable
Salary: £24.00 per hour
Reporting To: Head of Education
Do you like working in a challenging but rewarding environment where each day is different and time flies?
Are you an enthusiastic and talented teacher/tutor who is looking to transform lives through learning?
Have you ever thought of a career in Prison Education?
Milton Keynes College Prison Services Team at HMP Huntercombe are seeking innovative Teachers/Tutors to deliver to a diverse group of learners, helping to build their confidence, develop their skills and achieve within a college environment. The College are looking for candidates interested in variable/ad-hoc hours, who are keen to explore Prison Education.
HMP Huntercombe are currently looking for individuals with one or more of the below skillsets to support their curriculum delivery.
A teaching qualification would be desirable, however those willing to work towards a teaching qualification who hold supporting subject specialism or industry experience would also be considered – we can provide the training to help you achieve your full potential.
Prison education runs all year-round, all-day Monday-Thursday and until lunchtime on a Friday. Delivery hours vary slightly prison to prison but full days are split across 2 long lessons (Morning and Afternoon). Occasional requirements in particular can be varying and change frequently so flexible availability is essential. Requirements can range from short notice, short term cover to longer term sickness cover or recruitment gaps and anything in between.
Get in touch today if you are a passionate person with the capacity to become a great teacher, looking to share your knowledge and learned experiences.
ABOUT HMP HUNTERCOMBE
HMP Huntercombe opened as a prison in 1946, the site was originally built as an internment camp during the last war, when for a short period it held Rudolf Hess, on his way south after he famously parachuted into Scotland. Extensive redevelopment has taken place over the last twenty years and there is little left of the wartime buildings.
Currently Huntercombe is a Category C adult male establishment holding a solely foreign national population in order to support government priorities on the deportation of foreign national offenders. Courses delivered within the prison include: English, Maths, ICT, P&D, Barbering, Construction, Hospitality, Art and ESOL.
The education department working day is from 7.50am – 4.40pm Monday – Thursday & 7.50am-1.30pm Friday
** For further information about this opportunity, please refer to the attached document.