CLOSING DATE: 2 August 2024 LOCATION: Emmaus Oxford SALARY: £20 per hour TYPE: Part time 12 hours a week. Fixed term contract for 20 weeks.

We are conducting a 20-week pilot to deliver the Essential Digital Skills (EDS) Level 1 Qualification. The qualification will be offered onsite in our learning hub. The digital coach will deliver the course to companions in a manner that supports their individual learning and well-being needs. This is a fixed term contract for 20 weeks, working 12 hours per week (two mornings a week).

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

You will deliver the (EDS) qualification to a small group of adult learners using a person-centred, coaching approach.
• You will work with companions to develop their digital skills, confidence and self-esteem.
• You will be provided with course material but will work in collaboration with the learning and development manager to customise learning resources to the context and experience of our companions.
• You will use the curriculum scheme to plan each lesson to meet qualification requirements.
• You will support companions to complete online learning tasks.
• You will understand the qualification assessment criteria and the assessment
instruments. You will support companions to pass the assessment and successfully achieve the qualification.
• You will complete all administrative tasks required to meet qualification regulations, with the support of the learning and development manager.
• You will record lessons learned to improve subsequent delivery of digital skills qualifications. This will include obtaining companion feedback to inform the delivery and design of future digital skills courses.

How to apply

Please find more information in the Digital Literacy Coach Information Pack

To apply, please return a completed application form, together with a supporting statement showing: ‘why you want the job’, ‘what you will bring to the team’ and ‘how you meet the person specification’ on no more than two sides of A4, and the
additional details form and return to [email protected] by 9am on 17th July 2024.

Interview/assessment day, for those shortlisted, will be held the week commencing 22nd July

We would prefer applications by email if possible and will conduct all correspondence by email unless you request otherwise. If you experience difficulties downloading the appropriate documents do call us and we will arrange for them to be emailed to you or sent by ordinary post.


We will acknowledge receipt of your application as soon as we can and within 3 working days. If you do not receive acknowledgement in this period, please confirm verbally that your application has arrived by ringing Gonda Coetzee on 079179 85781 or by email: [email protected]

Short-listed candidates will be informed as soon as possible and will be assessed by interview shortly after shortlisting is completed – this could be at any point in the working day.