John Leggott College
Teacher of English (1FTE) Fixed Term 30/06/2020
Salary: Teacher Pt 1-9 (£24,098-£39,329)
(depending on experience and qualifications)
Suitable for NQT’s
John Leggott College (JLC) are looking to appoint a Teacher of English on a Fixed Term to teach as part of our vibrant English department. This is an exciting opportunity for a committed individual to work with 14-19 year old learners as part of a large and successful department within a well-respected, progressive sixth form college.
John Leggott College (JLC) is a leading Sixth Form College in North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, East Lindsey, Lincolnshire, Doncaster Hull and Rotherham. JLC has consistently been in the top 25% of all schools and colleges for A-Level and top 10% for BTEC. The college’s learners are fantastic and JLC are looking for teachers who can harness their talent inspiring them to progress to the best universities and employers around the world.
The college currently offers a broad range of English courses from Functional Skills to GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature and A levels in English Language, English Literature and English Combined. Candidates should have the ability to teach across both the Academy (14-16) GCSE English and A level English/GCSE English resit provision. The Department is also engaging in a wide variety of enrichment activities, for example, encouraging students to enter young writers’ competitions, forging links with English departments in leading universities and local schools as well as organising guest speakers from subject specialists.
The post may suit an experienced schoolteacher or a practitioner from an FE background, although we welcome applications form less experienced candidates, including recent graduates who can demonstrate the necessary skills and enthusiasm for the post.
CVs WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Please complete an application an online application form
Closing date for applications: 9am 14/10/2019
Interview to be held week on: 14/10/2019
John Leggott College has a strong commitment to Equal Opportunities, Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.
Successful candidates will be subjected to enhanced checks by the Disclosure & Barring Service.