About us...At Together Trust we believe everybody deserves an equal chance in life. There are no exceptions. We provide a wide range of support services including fostering, residential, community and family support. We also provide specialist educational support through our schools and colleges.At Together Trust we’re committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. It’s a commitment we require from all of our staff and volunteers.We follow a robust safer recruitment process and all successful applicants will go through recruitment checks. If you’re successful we’ll need you to have an enhanced DBS check. For all roles we’ll also need a minimum of three references. Depending on the role you apply for, we might also need to request references from each employer where you have worked with young people or vulnerable adults.We’ll also need to know about any breaks in your employment history with evidence from documents like birth certificates or passports. If you’re successful and have worked outside the UK for any longer than three months in the last five years, we’d also need to complete a foreign DBS or code of conduct check.We now have an opportunity for a passionate sports tutor to join the wonderful team at Bridge College in Openshaw!As our sports tutor you will...Be required to develop and deliver an innovative and progressive curriculum in the area of sport and outdoor education. This includes working in liaison with Bridge College’s physiotherapy team in order to develop individualised stretching and positional change programmes for learners with complex physical needs within groups. You will Develop and deliver a progressive and innovative curriculum which clearly evidences accreditation opportunities and RARPA process in the area of sport and outdoor education.Bridge College has a large multi-disciplinary team which comprises of teachers, support staff, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and speech and language therapists. It is essential that the you work collaboratively with this multi-disciplinary team to ensure the needs of students are addressed and learning is accessible and inclusive.About you... You will have a relevant degree within the subject area of sport and outdoor education,and a PGCE/PGDE or other relevant teaching qualification within the sector. It is essential that you have a good knowledge and experience of working in a similar environment, working with young people with Autism, learning disabilities and medical conditions. Although you have extensive support from the teams around you, you must follow our values, caring, passionate, positive, professional and supportive, a committed individual with the best interests of our students at heart is what we are looking for.