We are looking for a Maths teacher who is passionate about supporting young people who have often found school a challenge.
A teacher who shares our determination to improve our students’ life chances and give them learning opportunities which stimulate and excite.
Our ideal candidate would be an experienced KS3/ KS4 teacher who wants to develop their practice and experience more dynamic ways of engaging children in learning.
This post is being offered as either part-time or full-time and we are able to offer flexible working conditions for the right candidate.
Our ideal candidates will:
*be committed to tackling disadvantage and improving every student’s wellbeing and life chances
*demonstrate the highest quality of teaching, learning and assessment
*inspire our students
*work closely with our headteacher, STEMV Pathway Lead, our staff, parents/ carers and our students to deliver our vision and help make our ambitious plans for the academy a reality.
Salary: MPS/UPS + Fringe weighting
Hours: Full time or Part time
Start date: Negotiable
Location: Olive AP Academy – Thurrock, Tilbury
Closing date for receipt of applications: Thursday 27 June 2019 (midday).
Interviews to be held at Olive AP Academy – Thurrock in Tilbury during week of 1 July 2019.
How to apply:
All details can also be found at www.oliveacademies.org.uk/working-with-us/
Alternatively download the supplied application form and job pack.
Please email your completed application form, including your personal statement to: email@example.com
Our academies always welcome visits from potential applicants. Please get in touch with Collette Hunnisett, Headteacher (firstname.lastname@example.org T: 01708 853781) if you would like to arrange a visit or need any further information.
Our academy was rated "Good"in all areas by Ofsted at our last inspection in December 2018.
You can find out more about Olive Academies at www.oliveacademies.org.uk
At Olive Academies we can offer you:
- a close and supportive team in a working environment where your wellbeing is a priority
- high quality CPD, strong links to mainstream schools and opportunities for career progression
- an organisation which is values driven and has children at the centre of everything we do
- the freedom to be innovative without the constraints of a mainstream curriculum.