Theorise Ltd

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Thank you for your interest in Theorise Ltd. This page will list below all work opportunities that are currently available through Theorise.


Should you be interested in any of the roles below or you wish to register an interest in any future work opportunities that arise with us, please e-mail your CV & accompanying cover letter to recruitment@theoriseltd.com.


Please note no role offered is on a full time fixed contract role and all support staff are on a contract for services based agreement. 

All roles detailed below will be with a view to commencing with Theorise in August/September.

Study Skills Tutors - Edinburgh & Perth

Theorise is looking for qualified and highly motivated Study Skills Tutors to work with students with dyslexia, dyspraxia & other specific learning difficulties for our Edinburgh & Perth based Clients. The ideal tutor will have the ability to support, motivate and encourage students to develop and achieve their full potential. The ideal candidate will have experience in working with students in a higher education environment as you will be required to work with college & university level students as well as the ability to be sensitive to students' individual needs and learning styles.  


Main duties and responsibilities

  • Provide one-to-one study skills tuition to students enabling them to develop independent learning strategies.
  • To provide bespoke sessions for each student according to the needs of the individual student.
  • Deliver tuition according to Theorise and each College and Universities guidelines and codes of conduct.
  • A flexible approach to working hours is required.
  • Manage paperwork effectively, i.e. completing time sheets
  • You will be expected to represent Theorise in a professional manner, this includes adhering to our policies regarding confidentiality and safeguarding


Skills, Knowledge & Experience

  • Able to assess  learner’s needs and devise an appropriate Individual Learning Plan
  • Understands the needs, objectives and constraints of others.
  • Experience of working with students in a higher education environment on a one-to-one basis.
  • Knowledge and understanding of different learning styles and approaches to working with them


The ideal candidate will hold a membership to one of the below Professional Bodies:

  • PATOSS (full or associate membership)
  • BDA (full professional membership)
  • ADSHE (professional membership)
  • Dyslexia Guild (member, associate or fellow membership)

Support will be conducted at mutually agreed times between tutors and students therefore there is a great deal of flexibility to the role. However, support is likely to be requested by students in working hours (Mon-Fri 0900 – 1700).


Job Type: Contract for Services

Pay Rate: £33.13 per hour

Mental Health Mentors - Edinburgh & Perth

Theorise is looking for a qualified and experienced Mental Health Mentors to work with students with specific learning difficulties for our Edinburgh & Perth based Clients. The ideal mentor will have a thorough knowledge and understanding of working with individual’s and experience in assisting individual’s working through mental health difficulties. While ideally, the leading candidates will have experience in working in higher education this is not essential.


Main duties and responsibilities

  • Provide one-to-one mentoring support to students to assist in managing any difficulties with their mental health.
  • To provide bespoke sessions for each student according to the needs of the individual student.
  • Deliver support according to Theorise and each College and Universities guidelines and codes of conduct.
  • A flexible approach to working hours is required.
  • Manage paperwork effectively, i.e. completing time sheets
  • You will be expected to represent Theorise in a professional manner, this includes adhering to our policies regarding confidentiality and safeguarding


Skills, Knowledge & Experience

  • Able to assess learner’s needs and devise an appropriate plan for delivering support.
  • Understands the needs, objectives and constraints of others.
  • Experience of working with students in a higher education environment on a one-to-one basis.
  • Knowledge and understanding of a range of mental health difficulties and approaches to work with them


It is essential that applicants hold a membership to one of the below Professional Bodies:

  • Association of Child Psychotherapists.
  • BABCP accreditation
  • BACMP/MBACP membership
  • British Psychoanalytic Council
  • British Psychological Member (alongside a PG qualification in Psychology or Mental Health)
  • COSCA accreditation
  • FDAP (NACA)
  • General Medical Council Psychiatry
  • Health & Care Professions Council
  • IACP membership


It is desirable that applicants hold one or more of the following qualifications:

  • Autism / Asperger’s Qualifications of one or all of the following: All NAS core autism online training modules’ hold a PG Certificate in Autism / Asperger’s


Support will be conducted at mutually agreed times between mentors and students therefore there is a great deal of flexibility to the role. However, support is likely to be requested by students in working hours (Mon-Fri 0900 – 1700).


Job Type: Contract for Services

Pay Rate: £33.13 per hour

Job Descriptions

Take a look at the job descriptions for the roles we currently provide Colleges & Universities below as well as our guidance information and expectations of our support staff for each role.