The WEA is committed to encouraging Diversity and Equality, and welcomes applications from disabled people and from members of ethnic minority groups.
Becoming a WEA Tutor
The WEA is always interested to hear from qualified tutors across England and Scotland. Our tutors are paid an hourly rate and employed on a sessional basis. Between three to four thousand tutors are employed at any one time to deliver courses in England and Scotland. If you are interested in tutoring with us, you can read more on our Teaching with Us information page. If you would like to make an application to be considered as a tutor, you can apply directly to your local WEA region for inclusion in our “pool” of potential course tutors. This does not guarantee an offer of a course, but your details will be held for consideration when vacancies occur. Application forms and a job description is available on the right hand side of this page.
Jobs at the WEA
The WEA operates through nine Regions in England and a Scottish Association. We employ staff in the areas of education, teaching, management, finance and administration. Vacancies are advertised in national and local media as well as on this page of our website.
A rare and exciting opportunity to take up a key development post in adult education with the WEA, a leading national voluntary sector provider.
Applicants should be creative adult educators, who will be expected to lead and manage on the development and delivery of the full range of WEA activities in Community and Workplace based learning.
The post-holder will have the ability to develop and maintain effective links with external strategic bodies; ability to win resources, prepare funding applications; manage a range of budgets and projects and manage the work of Course Tutors and other staff to ensure the highest quality of adult learning.
The post is full time and the post-holder will be based in the WEA Offices at 163 King Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5AE.
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0131 226 3456 or download from www.weascotland.org.uk.