Curriculum Leader for Religious Education
Teachers Main/Upper Pay range plus TLR1c
Starting from September 2019
The Governors wish to appoint a Curriculum Leader of Religious Education to teach across the age and ability range from September 2019. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and well qualified individual who will lead a strong team of dedicated teachers. As a Curriculum Leader we would expect the candidate to be able to teach at KS3, GCSE and A Level, and general Religious Education in the 6th Form. This appointment has a wider school responsibility in working with our Chaplain to develop the spirituality of our students and the liturgical life of the school as well as taking a lead in coordinating the provision of Relationships and Sex Education. Maricourt is a Catholic School, under the trusteeship of the Sisters of Mercy and seeks to appoint a practising Catholic.
Maricourt Catholic High school is a successful school which enjoys support from the Catholic and wider Sisters of Mercy Community. Opportunities for excellent Professional Development and staff well-being are at the forefront of our commitment to all staff at Maricourt.
Maricourt is part of the Liverpool Archdiocesan Trust which provides the opportunity and encourages the development of effective working relationships with colleagues in other Catholic schools within the Archdiocese so that our students can realise their full potential.
Maricourt is committed to the safeguarding of its students. Enhanced due to the nature of the work, this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the successful candidate must be able to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure (via the Disclosure and Barring Service) in order to be appointed to the post.
Job description and application form are also available on request to; Mrs S Clarke, School Business Manager, contact telephone number 0151 282 2101 or via our website: www.maricourt.net under vacancies.
Closing date for applications: Friday 19th April 2019
Interviews – Thursday 9th May 2019