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Graduate College Tutor - Derwent College

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University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Contract status
Fixed term
15,729 a year
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Role Description

We are seeking to recruit a recent University of York graduate to the role of Graduate College Tutor. You will be based in Derwent College, part of the Student and Academic Services Directorate. The duration of this internship is one year, August 2017-August 2018.

Derwent College is committed to supporting students in their transition to university life; providing college members with leadership opportunities throughout their time at York, and creating a community in which members’ passions and interests can be nurtured. You will have experience of the York collegiate system, ideally in a leadership capacity, and a commitment to empowering others to achieve their full potential. You will be someone who has a proven track record as a ‘problem solver’ who is able to work to tight deadlines.

You will be responsible for coordinating a range of college projects; liaising with college leaders and providing a one-to-one solution focussed listening service to college members. You will need to be confident when working with large groups of people; have strong active listening skills and the personal maturity and resilience required to deliver this support effectively.

This is a fixed term paid internship at grade 1.3 on the Internship Payscale: £15,729 per annum. You will work 37 hours each week (full time); you will be flexible and willing to manage your time so that this includes some evening work and occasional weekends. 

Informal enquiries should be made to Keith Kinsella, Assistant Head of Derwent College  or to HR Recruitment (email:

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