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Part time temporary absence cover up to 0.51 fte
Pro rata salary based on Sixth Form College's Pay Scale in a range up to £39,329 pa dependant on skills, qualification and experience
We require a Sociology teacher to provide absence cover from January 2020 working as part of a large team at this highly successful sixth form college. You will be provided with support and guidance including study packs and course material etc to facilitate a smooth transition to working with our highly motivated students.
Ideally, we need cover for three days from Wednesday to Friday on a 0.51 fte basis however we would be interested in hearing from you if you are able to offer more or less time as we may be able to vary the timetable to suit individual needs. Cover may be required until May 2020 but could be for a shorter period.
The successful applicant should have a good honours degree in Sociology or a related subject and ideally a PGCE or equivalent teaching qualification and/or experience of teaching or lecturing at A level.
Applicants should be hardworking and enthusiastic. They should have an interest in and focus upon fostering the learning and ensuring the success of 16-18 year old students. A high level of integrity is required.
To apply please complete an application form which can be located on the job vacancies section of our website www.colchsfc.ac.uk
Applications will be assessed as they are received and interviews may occur at any stage after applications are received. Please therefore apply as soon as possible.
The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
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.