(Fixed-term to 30 July 2021)
Hours: 37 per week.
Salary: £21,440.77 to £33,362.80 (FTE) per annum
(assessed on qualifications and experience)
Location: The post holder will be required to work flexibly across all campuses, according to department needs
We are looking for someone with the drive and enthusiasm to deliver high standards of teaching whilst creating a positive learning environment for our students studying a range of Maths courses including GCSE and Functional Skills.
The successful candidate must have a Degree in a relevant area and a teaching qualification or be prepared to work towards this. You should be an excellent communicator, be able to work effectively as part of a team and be skilled in the use of IT. Recent graduates without teaching qualifications are welcome to apply as well as those looking for a career change.
The College is focused on improving the numbers of students achieving high grades and you would therefore need to be highly effective in developing students' knowledge and capacity for examination success: you will lead by example and inspire staff and students to achieve their very best.
The College is committed to safeguarding to ensure the safety of young people and vulnerable adults. Employment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Benefits include: excellent pension scheme, car parking, refectory
Close Date: 11 August 2020
Interview Date: 21 August 2020
Education and training is a right for all and Brooklands College regards all of its existing and potential students, staff and customers as being of equal value. The College aims to ensure equal and safe access and equal opportunities for all, irrespective of gender or marital status, race or religion, learning ability/disability or difficulty, sexual orientation or age. In this respect, no one should receive less favourable treatment in relation to the curriculum, services, employment or any other aspect of College life.
Brooklands aims to present a positive image which is welcoming to all and to keep both the College and the community informed of its policy and ethos.