We are one of the top-performing colleges in the country, situated in the cosmopolitan seaside city of Brighton & Hove. Working here offers the combination of both a wonderful place to work and a great city in which to live. Our students and staff are colourful, aspirational and hard-working – which is perhaps why 96% of employees would “recommend BHASVIC as a good place to work” and many of our students go on to Higher Education.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding Teacher of Politics to join our Philosophy, Politics and Law (PPL) department. Joining us, you will be offered a permanent and part-time contract with an FTE between 0.4130 (9.5 contact hours) and 0.6087 (14 contact hours).
As a college, we are ambitious for our students and we are seeking to appoint staff who can bring the right blend of flexibility, commitment, energy and vision. We welcome applications from teachers with innovative ideas, enthusiasm and a strong teaching ability who can work within the diverse demands of the department whilst maintaining its recognised strengths and attributes. An ability to contribute to the diverse, cross-curricular character of the wider department would also be extremely beneficial.
Join us and you can expect competitive pay and an excellent pension scheme, family-friendly working and a collaborative culture where ideas take flight together. Our Cycle to Work scheme, free counselling and occupational health service, discounted gym memberships and staff wellbeing events will keep you sharp, whilst our tailored induction programme and investment in your professional development – along with the possibility of funding for additional qualifications and to even take a sabbatical – will ensure an exciting future.
The BHASVIC Corporation has adopted the conditions of service and salary scales applicable to sixth form colleges. The current full-time salary range for qualified teachers is £24,098 to £39,329 per annum (depending upon experience). This will be pro rata based on your FTE.
For further details including how to apply, please visit: www.bhasvic.ac.uk/the-college/working-for-us/current-vacancies (CVs not accepted).
Closing date: 9.00am on Monday, 30th March 2020.
Interview date: Tuesday, 21st April 2020.
BHASVIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.