An excellent opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated, learner-focused, inspirational individual to be involved in an exciting new venture at Barnsley College, teaching GCSE science to students in the Junior Apprenticeship Academy (Direct Entry). The college is introducing Direct Entry provision for 14-16 year olds from September 2019 where students who are enrolled will become full-time students at the college. The provision is aimed at young people who are not benefitting from school and are motivated by a more practical curriculum.
GCSE Science Teacher
37 hours per week, permanent
£22,985 - £28,159 per annum (Performance related pay up to £32,642)
Post required for 2019/20 academic year
The main duties of the position will be to provide innovative, outstanding and engaging teaching, learning and assessment of GCSE Science in the Junior Apprenticeship Academy. To ensure progress of all learners from accurate starting points, high quality assessment and feedback and attainment of end qualifications and to maintain the college’s outstanding track record for learner achievement.
You must have a teaching qualification (PGCE/Cert Ed or equivalent level qualification) and a minimum of a Degree level qualification in science.
If you have the drive, skills, abilities and qualities to make a real a difference then we’d like to hear from you.
The closing date for this vacancy is Sunday 5 May 2019.
The successful candidate will receive 55 days annual leave entitlement (including bank and public holidays), access to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme, a commitment to support job related training and development and access to a range of other staff benefits.
Barnsley College is committed to creating a dynamic and diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all candidates regardless of their gender, disability, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith. Disabled applicants who meet the minimum essential criteria will be guaranteed an interview.
Barnsley College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.