Huddersfield New College is a place where every student receives an outstanding education that focuses on aspiration, high expectations and personalised challenge. Our staff work tirelessly to instil in young people a self-belief which enables them to progress to the top universities, employers and apprenticeships.
Huddersfield New College staff have the rare opportunity to be a catalyst for social change by transforming the lives of the young people in the communities that we serve. Working alongside caring, committed professionals, benefiting from an exceptional CPD programme and having access to the full range of state of the art learning resources empowers our teachers to add significant value to every student. Our teachers work tirelessly to ensure that their students enjoy learning and excel in their chosen subjects. If you share our belief that discrimination and deprivation should never limit the quality of a young person’s educational experience or their levels of achievement, then we would love to hear from you.
The successful candidate will join the Social Sciences team as a teacher of Psychology. The department is responsible for the successful delivery of Level 3 programmes to over 800 students. In addition to A level Psychology and Applied Psychology, the Department offer BTEC Applied Law, WJEC Criminology and A level Law. The team consists of 10 exceptional teachers who work collaboratively to ensure that students receive an enjoyable, challenging learning experience and realise their full potential. Within the Department there is a strong supportive ethos and a culture of mutual support and development permeates the College and the Department.
Huddersfield New College is ‘Disability Confident Leader’ employer and we are committed to fulfilling the disability provisions of the Equality Act 2010. We’ll make all reasonable adjustments to enable you to attend the interview, should you be successful. We are committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding young people. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community.
Please note that references will be requested from your current and previous employers for shortlisted candidates, in advance of interview dates.
The interview and assessment date for this post will be held week commencing 4th May 2020.
The closing date for this vacancy is midday Friday 24th April 2020.