English Intervention Tutor (part time – temporary – based upon need)
KR6 - £19,608-£21,509 (pro rata £12,317 – £13,512)
28 hours per week, term time only + 2 SDD (can be negotiated for flexible working)
This is an exciting time to join The Charles Dickens School as it joined the Barton Court Academy Trust (BCAT) on 1 March 2017, working in partnership with Barton Court Grammar School Academy, an outstanding co-educational grammar school in Canterbury. This new venture will see The Charles Dickens students and staff benefit from outstanding leadership and the sharing of best practice. The Trust is committed to excellence in professional development.
Governors are seeking to appoint an English Intervention Tutor to plan, deliver and teach English intervention lessons to small classes of students who have been identified as underachieving by following a Scheme of Work and assessment programme provided by the Director of English.
The ability to supervise and cover whole English classes during short term teacher absence and assist in the delivery of the English curriculum, planning cycle and management and/or preparation of resources will be required. Candidates should be educated to degree or equivalent level and should be able to apply knowledge and understanding of the subject up to GCSE standard. The ability to work collaboratively, under pressure and with a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality is vital.
Hours of work are 08.35-3.10pm Mon-Fri with 60 minutes unpaid break (20 mins at break and 40 mins at lunch) or can be negotiated for flexible working.
Deadline: Monday 20 November 2017 @ midday
How to Apply
Applications for this post should be made online only using the School's application form. CVs will not be accepted. On the website visit the information page and click on Recruitment. Please email your application to email@example.com. If you wish to discuss this post or arrange a visit, please contact Mrs V Andrews, Personnel Assistant.
The Charles Dickens School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application via the Disclosure & Barring Service and a check against the ISA Barred List for Children.