Curriculum Leader – Psychology, Criminology & Sociology (with subject specialism in Psychology)
Reference Number: SCC171836
Salary: Starting salary £37,638 per annum with incremental progression to £40,281
Advert Closing Date: 20th November 2017
Interview Date: 4th December 2017
Location: Pendleton Sixth Form College
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours per Week: 1.0FTE
As a Curriculum Leader you will be an inspirational teacher who promotes the highest levels of achievement for all students. Using your enthusiasm and expertise you will work closely with your team; leading, developing and monitoring the curriculum so as to maximise the achievement of all students. The prospective candidate should be a motivated and suitably qualified teacher with a proven track record of outstanding learner retention and achievement to teach Psychology at AS and A2 Level. The successful applicant will be an inspirational teacher who promotes the highest aspirations for all learners. We are seeking someone with excellent subject knowledge, who can demonstrate an ability to combine a strong classroom presence with outstanding learner achievement. The ability to teach in a creative manner that fully engages all learners is critical. Experience of the AQA specification along with a proven track record of outstanding TLA which can be supported by results is essential for this post. Applicants must include in their supporting information retention and achievement data for the previous 3 years including ALPS score or VA information.
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Reasons to Join Us
• Sixth Form College’s Associations terms and conditions (195 days) and automatic enrolment on to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme
• A wide range of learning & career opportunities
• MyTech, Childcare, cycle to work & other voucher schemes
• Various health & wellbeing benefits (including discounted gym membership)
• We support the Skills for Life agenda and recognise the importance of all adults having functional literacy and numeracy whatever their role. All staff are therefore given the support to gain a level 2 qualification in literacy and / or numeracy if they do not already have one and all teaching staff are expected to promote the basic skills of their learners within their subjects.
Commitment to Safeguarding As part of our safeguarding commitment we undertake DBS checks as part of our pre-employment procedures on all potential new employees. Appointees will be required to pay for their own DBS checks where applicable to the post.