We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Tutor (Floristry) to run class at Caritas St. Joseph’s, teaching a wide range of skills to adults with intellectual disabilities with a view to them producing work fit for sale – a potential social enterprise. The course has been designed to develop floristry skills such s cut flowers, arrangements, arrange baskets of flowers and learning about the flowers themselves.
The successful candidate will be encouraged to develop his or her own practice and to use this to develop and shape the course. The course is not only about developing skills but is a vehicle for nurturing and encouraging the students to develop their own key skills, so knowledge and experience of working with adults with learning difficulties is desirable.
Hours of work: 3 Hours per week- term time (Thursday+agreed additional hours for training, staff meetings, reports)
Salary: £18.74 per hour
Closing date: Friday 2nd September 2022 at noon
Job Reference: 334-98T
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To be considered for the role, please complete an online application. CVs will NOT be considered, therefore, please do not send them. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Please note that you will need to be eligible to work in the UK to apply for this position. You must provide proof of Right to Work in the UK. We reserve the right to remove the vacancy before closing date.
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