Maths Teacher - Permanent
Salary £23,720 to £39,406
St Antony's Catholic College is an 11-16 co-educational school, situated in the Borough of Trafford, under the trusteeship of the Salford Diocese.
Due to an increase in pupil numbers, Governors are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Teacher of Maths.
Closing Date Friday 22 March 2019
To apply please see the information letter from the Head, and visit the staff area of our website: http://st-antonys.com/staff/vacancies/
St Antony’s Catholic College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Successful applicants will be asked to complete and return a ‘DBS Application Form’ for which ID should be provided at interview stage. Candidates should be aware that all posts in school involve some degree of responsibility for safeguarding children, although the extent of that responsibility will vary according to the nature of the post. If you are currently working with children, on either a paid or voluntary basis, your current employer will be asked about disciplinary offences, including disciplinary offences related to children or young persons (whether the disciplinary sanction is current or time expired), and whether you have been the subject of any child protection allegations or concerns and if so the outcome of any enquiry or disciplinary procedure. If you are not currently working with children but have done so in the past, that previous employer will be asked about those issues. Where neither your current nor previous employment has involved working with children, your current employer will still be asked about your suitability to work with children, although he/she may, where appropriate, answer ‘not applicable’ if your duties have not brought you into contact with children or young persons. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore all convictions, cautions and bind-overs, including those regarded as ‘spent’, must be declared.