We are currently recruiting for:

Team Leader (Learning & Care Support)

35 hours per week / 44 weeks per year

Salary: £25,500 pro rata per annum  

We currently have an exciting opportunity for Team Leader (Learning & Care Support) at our SEN College located in rural Godstone, Surrey (car driver preferable due to location). The purpose of this role is to line manage LSCAs (Learning Support Care Assistants), providing regular support, supervision meetings, annual appraisals and oversee the smooth running of the team in and out of the classroom.

The Team Leader role is also uniquely positioned to consistently support and champion learners’ development of their independent living, employability, social and communication skills in line with their future aspirations and to achieve their personal developmental goals in all settings and throughout the full week.

Following a two week rota of early and late shifts, the Team Leader role will be worked over 44 weeks of the year, with holidays taken outside of term times.

Do you have minimum or two years’ experience of working with young people or adults with a range of severe, complex and moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities? The ability to work well in a team and foster good relationships within a multidisciplinary work force. And the ability to communicate effectively with other professionals, colleagues, students and families/carers.

Experience working in further education with young adults with learning and/or physical disabilities is desirable.

We'd love to hear from you.

Please click here for full job description and person specification and to apply


Performance Singing Tutor

1 day per week (Wednesday) 9am - 5pm / 44 weeks per year (hours may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation, some evening and off site work will be involved)

Salary: £4,423.20 - £5,231.60 pro rata per annum [FTE £22,116 - £26,158] dependent on experience and qualifications

We are currently seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and professional Performance Singing Tutor at our SEN College to lead our performance singing enterprise group to devise internal and external performances.  You will support our singers to enhance and develop their vocal skills, preparing them to undertake recognised singing examinations annually.

Are you an experienced tutor with relevant subject specific vocational qualifications/awards, with a proven ability to participate and lead performances to a high standard with enthusiasm and expertise?

If you have the ability to motivate, inspire and excite young people to achieve high standards, then we would like to hear from you.

Please click here to apply and for a full job description and to apply

CLOSING DATE: 31 May 2022 

Note: Applicants will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.  


Functional Skills Lead

35 hours per week / 44 weeks per year (hours may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation, some evening and off site work will be involved)

Salary: £27,800 per annum pro rata (dependent on experience and qualifications)

We are currently seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and professional Functional Skills Lead at our SEN College to plan, implement and deliver a robust, engaging and differentiated functional skills curriculum for all learners.

As part of our energetic and welcoming team, you will use your expertise as a tutor to support a small group of tutors/key staff to strive towards delivering outstanding learning experiences for learners. Working with the curriculum team, you will be key in the development of a broad and rich curriculum offer for learners that supports the acquisition of English, Maths and ICT skills and knowledge in support of their aspirations and future plans. You will be delivering approximate 16-18 hours teaching per week (subject to ongoing review and change).

Are you an experienced tutor with a passion for supporting learners with special educational needs? Do you have teaching qualifications e.g. DTLLS at level 5 or PGCE or equivalent? Have a minimum of 2 years’ experience teaching English and Maths and evidence of recent lesson observations at ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’.

If you have the ability to motivate, inspire and excite young people to achieve high standards, then we would like to hear from you.

Please click here to apply and for a full job description and person specification.

CLOSING DATE: 31 May 2022 

Note: Applicants will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.  


Events Fundraiser (Maternity Cover)

35 hours per week / 52 weeks per year 

Salary: £23,500 per annum for duration of maternity cover

We are currently seeking an Events Fundraiser (Maternity Cover) to develop and deliver the charity’s fundraising special events, other high level events, challenge events and activities, developing the calendar and enhancing income year on year.

The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic member of the Fundraising team with excellent interpersonal and networking skills, outstanding organisational skills with the ability to work on their own initiative under pressure and without direct supervision.

Experience working in the charity sector or in further education with young adults with learning and/or physical disabilities is desirable.

Please click here to apply and for a full job description and person specification.

CLOSING DATE: 31 May 2022 

Note: Applicants will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.  


Drama Tutor

35 hours per week / 44 weeks per year (Hours may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation, some evening and off-site work will be involved).

Salary: £22,558.32 to £26,681.16 dependent on qualifications

We are currently seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and professional Drama Tutor at our SEN College to facilitate a broad range of activities in conjunction with staff, learners and the wider community so as to deepen and broaden learners’ experience in the fields of Arts based subjects. Working with the wider team, you will be key in the development of a broad and rich curriculum offer for students that supports the acquisition of skills and knowledge in support of learners’ aspirations.

Are you an experienced tutor with a passion for supporting learners with special educational needs? Do you have a Degree in a related arts performance subject? Have a minimum or 2 years’ experience working with young disabled people in an arts and/or education setting? Proven ability to motivate, inspire and excite young people to achieve high standards.

Is drama your passion? If this sounds like you and are keen to further develop your own practice and to work in a team of amazing tutors, then we would like to hear from you. Please click here for full job description and to apply.


Music Tutor

35 hours per week / 44 weeks per year (Hours may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation, some evening and off-site work will be involved).

Salary: £22,558.32 to £26,681.16 dependent on qualifications

We are currently seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and professional Music Tutor at our SEN College to facilitate a broad range of activities in conjunction with staff, learners and the wider community so as to deepen and broaden learners’ experience in the fields of Arts based subjects. Working with the wider team, you will be key in the development of a broad and rich curriculum offer for students that supports the acquisition of skills and knowledge in support of learners’ aspirations.

You will be delivering 18 hours teaching per week (subject to ongoing review and change).

Are you an experienced tutor with a passion for supporting learners with special educational needs? Do you have a Degree in a related arts performance subject? Have a minimum or 2 years’ experience working with young disabled people in an arts and/or education setting? Proven ability to motivate, inspire and excite young people to achieve high standards.

If you are keen to further develop your own practice and to work in a team of amazing tutors, then we would like to hear from you.

Please click here to apply and for a full job description.

CLOSING DATE: 31 May 2022

Note: Applicants will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.  


Learning Support Care Assistant

35 hours per week / 44 weeks per year

Permanent, Part-Time and bank roles considered - please indicate preference at time of application.

Salary : £19,624 per annum pro rata

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Learning Support Care Assistant (LSCA) at our SEN College located in rural Godstone, Surrey (car driver preferable due to location).

LSCAs will be uniquely positioned to consistently support students to achieve their personal developmental goals in all settings and throughout the full week. Following a two week rota of early and late shifts, with the opportunity to earn extra cash through sleeping night shifts, the LSCA role will be worked over 44 weeks of the year, with holidays taken outside of term times. Flexibility may be needed to cover night shifts.

Do you have minimum or two years’ experience of working with young people or adults with a range of severe, complex and moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities? Have experience of supporting students with their personal hygiene and intimate care needs in a respectful and dignified manner and able support them to complete out of session work and provide evidence for their education programme?

We can offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • A consistent rolling shift pattern so you can plan your life
  • Term-time only work across 44 weeks of the year
  • Training
  • Supervision and support

Experience working in further education with young adults with learning and/or physical disabilities is desirable.

We'd love to hear from you.

Please click here for full job description and to apply.

Applicants will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.


Orpheus is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of all learners. We are committed to the promotion of equal opportunities.

These posts are classed as having a high degree of contact with vulnerable adults and are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. They are therefore subject to an Enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure Barring Service.

We have made a positive commitment to employing people with disabilities. Reasonable adjustments will be made to the recruitment procedure as required in consultation with the applicant to ensure no-one is disadvantaged because of their disability. If a person with a disability is selected for a position, reasonable adjustments will be made to the workplace, including premises and equipment, work duties and practices or policies, as appropriate. All applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role as set out in the role profile and person specification will be guaranteed an interview. Please contact [email protected] for further guidance on how the guaranteed interview is applied or to chat through your reasonable adjustment needs.