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FULL TIME TEACHER OF A LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY (NQT or TRAINEE)
With the potential to also teach either Criminology or Health & Social Care
Salary based on Sixth Form Colleges' Pay Scale, which following qualification rises on a scale up to £38,748.p.a. The initial starting salary for an NQT would be between £25,000 p.a. and £27,000 p.a. depending upon qualification and experience. For a trainee it is likely to be approx. £23,000 p.a., and the College will also pay the PGCE fees.
We require a motivated and enthusiastic Psychology graduate looking to complete their NQT year, with the potential to also teach Criminology or Health & Social Care or Sociology. You should be committed to teaching 16-19 year old students at this highly successful Sixth Form College.
You should have a good honours degree in Psychology or a closely related subject and ideally a PGCE or equivalent teaching qualification; however, there is opportunity for those without a teaching qualification to undertake a Teacher Training programme.
This post is available from 27th August 2019.
For full details and an application form please visit our website www.colchsfc.ac.uk
Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 4th March 2019.
The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. We are an equal opportunities employer.
Information about the School
The Sixth Form College, Colchester is one of the largest and most successful 16-19 providers of general sixth form education in the country Our aim is to provide broad, high quality academic and general education programme Currently we have 3150 full time students on roll and the importance of the development of each individual student is recognised. Operating as a young adult environment the College provides a bridge between the worlds of school and of higher education or employment.
As a large and innovative college a great deal of emphasis is placed on career development and training for all staff with opportunities to gain further qualifications and enhanced skills. Support, guidance, and development are offered to meet particular career needs. We value diversity and we are an equal opportunities employer.