Contract – full or part time and permanent.
If the successful candidate teaches only Economics, the post will be part time (approximately 0.7). Candidates with the ability to teach another subject could result in the successful candidate being offered a full time position.
NQTs considered: Yes
Ealing Independent College wishes to appoint a talented and enthusiastic teacher of Economics for September 2019 to join a thriving and expanding college achieving exceptional examination results.
Following consistently strong performance year on year, the College produced its best results ever in 2015 with, 32% of A-Level students having achieved AAB or higher in at least two facilitating subjects. A third of departing students in the sixth form secured places at Russell Group universities. A-level results in the subsequent three years - 2016, 2017 and 2018 have been strong. Last year the College achieved a Progress (value added) score of +0.5 and an average grade of B-. Value added scored over the last five years have been consistently in high positive territory.
Class sizes are small, with 5-12 students in a group.
Full-time and part-time staff are expected to enter into the full life of the College. The successful candidate might also be responsible for a form group. Classes run from 8:50am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Staff are expected to be in College for 38 hours a week, of which 25 hours are contact time/teaching time. Most classes are 80 minutes in duration to allow for practical sessions.
The College offers an attractive salary package which includes an attractive pension scheme. Salary will be in the region of 31,000 – 37,000 GBP per annum (FT).
This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic and well qualified teacher, and the post would suit either an experienced teacher or an NQT.
Closing date: Monday 20th May 2019 at 12 Noon