Senior Teacher in English

£27000 - £35216 per annum
07 Jul 2017
29 Jul 2017
Richard Lawes
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Teacher in English

Salary: Up to £35,216 (more for an exceptional candidate)

Hours: 37 hours per week

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, creative and enthusiastic Senior Teacher/teacher of English to join our team delivering English to the part-time adult provision.

The successful candidate should be able to teach English across a range of levels from Functional Skills Entry level to GCSE.

As a Senior Teacher you will lead on the delivery and co-ordination of English programmes within an FE context. You will be responsible for delivering high quality teaching, learning and assessment to students, to maximise achievement and the improvement of skills.

This role is to teach mostly learners age 19+ although there may be some requirement to teach 16-18 year old learners. An ability to manage time effectively to complete workload and achieve Key Performance Indicators is essential, as are flexibility and sharing new ideas and approaches.

The successful candidate will be a level 5 qualified teacher (Cert Ed, PGCE, DTLLS, QTLS) with a minimum level 3 subject specific qualification in English. Significant successful teaching experience and contribution to course design and curriculum development in Functional Skills programmes is essential.

The application closing date is Sunday 30th July with interviews being held on Friday 4th August. If applying, please ensure you can make yourself available on this date - thank you.

We are only able to contact you if you are shortlisted for interview, and we will do this via e-mail so please ensure we have your accurate contact details when registering, including a contact telephone number.

All shortlisted applicants are required to complete a self-declaration and disclosure form prior to interview. Satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and medical clearance will be required for successful job candidates

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