37 hours per week | Term-Time (inc. 2 inset days) | APT & C Band E £19,554 - £21,166 (Pro Rata)
Calling all graduates - in Computing - or an appropriately similar subject. You might be a computing graduate who wants to share your passion for your subject so that students truly invest in themselves in the digital age. Or, you might be an IT specialist, who is interested in using and managing IT, grasping new opportunities or developing software solutions. Technology dominates the way we live, work, socialise and play – and computing and IT skills are increasingly essential in today's workplace, and as such, you may wish to impart these skills upon the future generation. When you’re at the very start of your career - whether you have a clear destination in mind or haven’t yet decided – Sir Thomas Wharton Academy offers the perfect opportunity to develop invaluable transferable skills, whilst enriching the lives of young people by making a real difference in the classroom.
• Interested in pursuing a potential route into teaching?
• Passionate about Computing?
• Enthusiastic, committed and able to use your own initiative?
• Able to relate to young people and inspire them to learn?
• Seeking an opportunity to influence learning across an Academy and vibrant Learning Trust?
Sir Thomas Wharton Academy – a partner within the Maltby Learning Trust - could be the perfect place to develop your career.
We are seeking to appoint a highly-qualified, ambitious and talented graduate to contribute to and develop within our dynamic, forward-thinking Computing Department. A passion for the subject and a strong commitment to developing students who achieve their potential is essential.
For the successful candidate, we will offer:
• The potential to train to teach and gain Qualified Teacher Status.
• Learning spaces which inspire outstanding teaching and learning.
• Excellent career development opportunities and access to a comprehensive programme of Personalised Learning and Development.
• An outstanding induction programme with supportive and dynamic staff.
• The potential to work across the age and ability range.
How do I apply?
An Application Form, Role Description and Person Specification can be obtained by contacting our recruitment partner, Min Cunning, on 0114 217 1556 or muirne.cunning@Hays.com
Completed applications including a covering letter detailing how your skills and experience to date will prepare you for this role should be addressed to Mrs Yvonne Bootman, Associate Principal and submitted to Min Cunning at muirne.cunning@Hays.com