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1-to-1 Creative Technology Tutor


Due to increased demand, we are looking for a new member of staff to join our award winning creative technology education team.


Lab Media Education 

Lab Media simplifies technology so that is can be used to make positive change in education, health and social inclusion.

Have a browse around our site to find out more about what we do.


The Job Role 

This role involves using creative technology to engage young people with a wide range of learning and pastoral needs. 

The work will take place in our Hellesdon Study Centre where you will receive training and support. The role includes delivery of 2 x2hr sessions, one-to-one, with 2 separate young people during term time. At the moment our study centre is on the first floor of and is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair using staff. There is an expectation of an increase in hours being offered as we progress and expand. The working day would be from 9.30am to 3.30pm.


What We Want

Essentially, we are looking for someone with good interpersonal skills who can build trust with young people. 

Backgrounds in education, technology, youth work, the creative arts, counselling and an understanding of neurodiversity are desirable although not essential. We would also be interested to hear from applicants with a knowledge of computer coding or games building and design. Lab Media  is committed to safeguarding children and young people and all post holders are subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure (with a Barred List check).


What You Get

An opportunity to work creatively with young people on a wide range of projects using many different technologies. Training will be given in session content, safeguarding and other aspects as needed and identified. We realise that we are unlikely to get someone with the skill set of everything listed on our website and will give training and support to broaden your skillset. The successful applicant would also get the opportunity to become involved with other LME projects and we would encourage them to use us to develop their own creative projects where they fit with our remit.

This Role Might Interest:

A freelance practitioner who requires a reliable weekly income

Someone with skills in one of these areas who wants to broaden their skillset

Someone with childcare responsibilities 


How to Apply

Click on this link to download the application form and then email the completed form to by 5pm on 15th August 2023. Notification of shortlist decisions will be made by 18th August 2023. Interviews will take place 23rd-25th August 2023. To view our safer recruitment (and other policies) please visit

Pay and Conditions

Any offer is subject to receipt of 2 x references


£120per day - £6240 per annum

1 day a week from 9.30am to 3.30pm with a 30 min lunch break.

38 days one to one delivery plus 9 days unspecified flexible and negotiable.

4 paid days holiday that cannot be taken in term time.

Scope for expected increase of hours on the same rate and conditions.

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