Bank/Casual Front of House Tutor

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Overview and Responsibilities

Bank/Casual Front of House Tutor – Foxes Academy


Location: Minehead, Somerset

Hourly Rate:  £14.74 - £17.64 +13% Holiday pay (dependent on experience and qualifications)

Contract: Bank/Casual contract - 8 hour days - flexible days to suit you! 


Welcome to Aurora Foxes, a specialist college and training hotel for young people with learning disabilities, situated in the friendly seaside town of Minehead. Foxes is a very special place.


We believe in changing lives and giving our students the skills, knowledge, and confidence to successfully shape their own future. Our aim is to equip our young adults with the life and hospitality skills to become work ready, life ready.


The main purpose of the role:


As our Bank Front of House Tutor, you will is to ensure vocational training supports business needs and to develop further the highest professional standards within Front of House. As a tutor, you will to plan, prepare, deliver, and evaluate inspiring, engaging, and individualised sessions of the highest quality that challenge and stretch every student.


We expect all tutors to support the students professionally, effectively, and sensitively in their learning, and manage student behaviour, seeking further advice and guidance where appropriate.


Key duties:


  • Deliver professional, inspiring, and engaging sessions of the highest quality that challenge and stretch every student, and in which they are motivated and engaged throughout. We expect every tutor to be fully engaged in the session without exception
  • Plan and prepare robust and professional assessments, ensuring that all tracking (including base lining, target setting and review) and reports associated with these are completed accurately, efficiently, and in a timely manner, and that any records are kept up to date. All tutors must be familiar with, and actively use the principles of RARPA (Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement) and accredited
  • Work professionally and collaboratively with all colleagues and teams across the Aurora Foxes, including the Therapy team and House Team Leaders, to analyse student performance and ensure that they make progress commensurate with their ability. Where underachievement is identified appropriate strategies should be implemented immediately and reviewed. Where overachievement is identified, targets should be reviewed, and further challenges agreed within teams and set.
  • Ensure that all students receive professional, timely and effective feedback, with appropriate strategies (next steps) to improve their performance, and that such discussions are evidenced through effective and professional record keeping (Evaluations, Tutorials and Reviews).
  • Prepare, direct and lead Learning Support Practitioners (LSPs) within your session. Ensure that LSPs contribute throughout the session including session evaluation and student assessments where applicable.
  • Contribute professionally and constructively to any review and development of any course, scheme of work, quality assurance processes and procedures. 


Skills and Qualifications

Successful candidate qualities:


  • Level 4 Diploma in Education, equivalent or higher.
  • Experience in vocational training.
  • The skills to work within a Front of House role.
  • Knowledge of assessing skills and knowledge using RARPA
  • The skills to confidently lead students and LSPs within vocational training.
  • A good understanding of quality assurance in an education or training setting, however training will be given on all processes.
  • Hospitality qualification is desirable.

Benefits and Additional Information




If you are interested in this role then please apply on-line and complete our application form. For more information on this position please contact 07918 144908 /   


Successful applicants will be subject to pre-employment safeguarding checks including an enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) check.


The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the Aurora Group is therefore permitted to ask job applicants to declare all convictions and cautions (including those which are "spent" unless they are "protected" under the DBS filtering rules) in order to assess their suitability to work with children.


The Aurora Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and young adults in our care and is a disability confident and equal opportunities employer


This advert could be taken down at any point in time without prior notice if the position is filled. 


Please note that candidates that are shortlisted might be subject to an online search.



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