Who are we: Since 1988, Everton in the Community has become a dynamic force for good, harnessing the unifying power of football to drive social change and addressing societal challenges across Liverpool City Region. Supported by a team of over 130 full-time staff and over 200 volunteers, the independently governed and independently financed charity offers an extensive array of more than 60 programmes and initiatives that tackle a diverse range of social issues. These programmes cover areas such as health, employability, anti-social behaviour, crime, exploitation, education, dementia, and disability.
Everton in the Community stands firmly beside the most at-risk and most in need members of its local communities, but the needs of the city are ever-growing and ever-evolving.
Everton in the Community’s five-year strategy, the Trinity Project aims to bring transformational change to Liverpool 4 and beyond and will work to nurture confidence in others by creating opportunities that can profoundly change lives through three powerful pillars in Learns, Minds and Thrives.
About the opportunity: Everton in the Community is seeking to appoint a Primary School Tutor who will deliver and monitor high quality primary school programmes to schools throughout Merseyside, to increase participation among participants of all abilities.
As a Primary School Tutor you will plan, deliver and evaluate high quality classroom-based interventions in Maths, English and PSHE alongside supporting teachers with National Curriculum PE.
This role sits under our Everton in the Community’s Learns pillar, which aims to remove barriers and create more pathways to education for people of all ages, ensuring that each and every individual has the chance to learn and grow. Learns will support children at every step of their educational journey, empowering young people to choose their own career paths and equip adults with the necessary skills to thrive in future workplaces, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to learn and grow.
In parts of Liverpool, many children are well below the city average in achieving their Early Learning Goals; young people across Liverpool City Region are being left behind and spend their lives struggling to catch-up. Areas of Merseyside are more than 10% below the national average at GCSE level, and among adults, almost a third of the working-age population in parts of North Liverpool have no formal qualifications, impacting those seeking work and fulfilment.
Other key responsibilities will include:
Teaching, according to the pupil’s educational needs, children assigned to him/her/they, setting high and achievable targets with each child
Participating in long term planning in liaison with schools and carry out such medium and short term planning for teaching, and evaluating, as required by the school’s policies
Identifying clear teaching objectives and specifying how they will be taught and assessed.
Review programmes of work, teaching materials and methods in liaison with coordinators and other colleagues.
To understand the Club’s Safeguarding policy, procedures, and best practice guidelines.
To use this understanding to ensure safe working practices, appropriate reporting of concerns and contribute positively to an Anti-bullying environment.
Who we are looking for: We are looking for an individual who has previous experience of working in schools and community settings, with knowledge and understanding of the National Curriculum, across all subjects as well as PE and Sports Premium.
This is an exciting role for someone who is passionate about supporting young people within education.
Essential qualifications include:
Degree of professional qualification in teaching
NGB level 2 in at least one sport
Valid Emergency First Aid Award
Valid ‘Safeguarding Children workshop; certificate
The closing date of this advert is Thursday 30th November 2023.
This position will be offered on a 12-month Fixed Term Contract, with the role being based across our Everton in the Community campus.
Everton Family Safer Recruitment Practices
The Everton Family is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
As a requirement of our safer recruitment practices, this role will require an Enhanced DBS check or evidence that you are subscribed to the DBS Update Service information of which can be found here
This role is subject to both evidence and verification of relevant qualifications including proof of eligibility to work in the UK which will be discussed with you if your application is successful.
Everton is committed to ensuring everyone is respected, celebrated, and empowered for who they are, regardless of their identity. We welcome applications from people with diverse backgrounds, those who identify as female and those from racially diverse communities. We are dedicated to supporting the physical and mental/emotional wellbeing of all our people. Should you have a disability or long-term health condition and require reasonable adjustments to be made to the application/interview/onboarding process, please let us know by contacting the Talent Acquisition Team via email - email@example.com
To support our pledge to diversify our organisation and through our commitment to the FA’s Football Leadership Diversity Code, Everton will offer a guaranteed interview to those who highlight they are female, from a Black, Asian or Mixed Heritage community or have a disability/long-term health condition should they meet a pre-determined level of the advertised job criteria. This scheme does not guarantee any applicant employment.