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Progression Mentor

Weybridge, Surrey
Brooklands College
Term Time
up to £22,724.02 per annum (FTE)
31st January 2020
Start Date
As soon as possible
15th February 2020 12:00 AM
Contract Term
Fixed term contract
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  • Contract type: Fixed term contract
  • Contract length: to 30/09/2020
  • NQTs Considered:
  • Job ID: 1088332

Progression Mentor (Fixed Term Contract to 30/09/2020)

Location: Weybridge with some travel to Ashford 

Salary: £21,224.43 (based on full time equivalent of £22,742.02 per anuum  

Hours: 37 hours per week (Time time only – 42 weeks per year) 

Progression Mentors work directly with our full time students and are responsible for a caseload of students to help them succeed. During tutorial lessons you will enhance the student’s personal development skills, help to embed the College values and ensure their welfare. Progression Mentors will work closely with curriculum areas and external agencies, to ensure that students have access to all the support that they may need for a positive progression. This will include working on a caseload of Safeguarding referrals. 

If you are passionate about working with young people to maximise their progression and you have excellent communication skills, we would be interested to hear from you. Experience of working with young people in groups would be desirable.  

The College is committed to safeguarding to ensure the safety of young people and vulnerable adults. Employment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.  

Benefits include: Excellent pension scheme, car park and refectory. 

Closing Date: 14/02/2020


Safeguarding Statement:

Education and training is a right for all and Brooklands College regards all of its existing and potential students, staff and customers as being of equal value. The College aims to ensure equal and safe access and equal opportunities for all, irrespective of gender or marital status, race or religion, learning ability/disability or difficulty, sexual orientation or age. In this respect, no one should receive less favourable treatment in relation to the curriculum, services, employment or any other aspect of College life. Brooklands aims to present a positive image which is welcoming to all and to keep both the College and the community informed of its policy and ethos.
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