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ADT Teacher

ADT Teacher

The Parker E-ACT Academy

Daventry

Salary:
Main Scale/Upper Pay Scale
Job type:
Part Time, Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
22 February 2018

Job overview

Do you want to work for a well-established school who offers excellent training and support?

Are you looking to take the next step in your career?

Do you want to work in a friendly and sociable team?

If you have answered yes to all of the above, I have the perfect role for you!

We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic ADT Teacher who specialises in Resistant Materials, to provide students with a relevant and effective Design and Technology experience and ensure high levels of learning is achieved.

The post offers excellent opportunities to an outstanding candidate whose strong values are matched by E-ACT’s. 

The ideal applicant will be:

· Passionate about working in partnership with all stakeholders 

  • A Health and Safety accreditation for the use of School workshop machinery
  • Experience of working in a Design Technology industrial environment
  • Experience of training others in a work based or school/college environment
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills and proven experience of instructing students
  • Good behaviour management skills and a good understanding of safeguarding
  • Self-motivated, dynamic, and with a keen eye for detail

This is a full time position, however if you are looking for Part Time we may consider.

How to apply

Please see the attached job description and person specification for further information. 

To apply for the role, please email your Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form to daventryregionhr@E-ACT.org.uk 

Please note that we do not accept CVs. 

The closing date for applications is Thursday 22nd February 2018.

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About The Parker E-ACT Academy

+44 1327 705 816

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The Parker E-ACT Academy is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form, situated in Daventry, Northamptonshire. There are approximately 1200 pupils at the school, between the ages of 11-19.

Formerly William Parker School, The Parker E-ACT Academy converted to academy status in 2012.

Principal

Simon Cox

Values and vision

The Parker E-ACT Academy wants to provide a supportive environment for pupils to learn in and achieve their full potential, both in and out of the classroom. It wishes for students to grow into caring and considerate young adults, with respect for themselves and each other. The secondary school has the motto: unity, strength and endeavor. The academy is committed to being a fully inclusive institution for children from all walks of life, regardless of their background or ability. There are four core principles at The Parker E-ACT Academy: raising educational standards, tailoring learning to the needs of the individual, creating an inclusive culture and working in partnership with the local community. The Parker E-ACT Academy offers a range of extra-curricular activities for pupils to get involved in and learn new skills, including The Duke of Edinburgh Award.

Ofsted

"The provision for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is comprehensive. Academy leaders take their responsibilities for equality very seriously and ensure that all pupils are treated equally and with respect. There is a wide range of opportunities to explore British values, respect, cultural differences, personal development and other religions. Teachers are skilled in managing controversial conversations with pupils, including those relating to extremism. As a result, pupils feel confident about engaging in debate."

View The Parker E-ACT Academy’s latest Ofsted report

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