Having gone through an exciting period of growth, USP College are looking to recruit a part time (2 days per week) teacher of Health and Social Care to work at our Seevic and Palmers Campuses. We are looking for passionate, creative and innovative curriculum staff to help us achieve our pledge to the community.
As a College our strategy is Career Focused Learning and ensuring that the learner experience and our relationship with our community, local and regional employers is at the heart of everything we do.
Minimum requirements for all our vacancies:
Commitment to managing excellence in Teaching, Learning & Assessment.
Candidates must be experienced and qualified (or on the path to qualification)
Minimum educational standard degree and a L2/GCSE in English and Maths (or equivalent)
As a multi campus site staff must hold a full driving license and be prepared to travel across both campuses
Be engaged in Continual Professional Development that supports the College strategy of Career Focused Learning
Must be able to demonstrate an innovative approach and where you have added substantial value in previous post(s)
Comprehensive understanding of the Safeguarding and Prevent agenda
Be in a continued position to work in the United Kingdom
In return the College offers:
A real opportunity for you to help us to shape and implement the ambitious plans we have for our learners and our College.
Continued professional development
Please note, the closing date for the advert is Friday 15th February. Interviews will be held week commencing 18th February 2019.
Unfortunately, we are not able to give feedback to un-shortlisted applicants. If you are successful, we will contact you by email or phone within 48 hours of interview.
The selection process will include an interview, practical exercise and or assessment as a minimum.
USP College is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity. All appointments are based solely on the merit and abilities of each applicant regardless of age, gender, marital status, religion, sexual orientation, ethnic origin or disability. The welfare of our students and staff is paramount. We are committed to safeguarding (including the prevention of radicalisation). The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate a commitment and knowledge in these areas and will be required to undertake appropriate checks as part of the recruitment process including DBS and referencing, as well as providing proof of your right to work in the UK.