The College is seeking to appoint an energetic, creative and inspiring teacher of Chemistry who has the ambition to lead a Department at an exciting time in the College’s development.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record in raising achievement and will have the skills and attributes necessary to motivate colleagues and students to realise their full potential. They will have the ability to think strategically and pro-actively, to work with effective structures and systems to ensure that every young person is achieving to the highest of their ability. This will be done whilst being an important part of the pastorally strong, happy and nurturing ethos of the College for which it is so well known.
The successful candidate will have a clear vision for what an exceptional Chemistry education looks like and will be able to import these ideas into the College with diplomacy and vitality, in equal measure. They will be adept at generating new, creative ideas that best serve the future needs of a forward thinking school and in so doing create an exciting curricular and co-curricular programme for their subject.
The Head of Chemistry will have an infectious love of subject and will be able to enthuse others with intellectual curiosity and the pursuit of excellence. They will be an excellent team player who is excited by working in a fast-paced, ambitious and aspirational environment whilst also having the self-belief to work effectively autonomously and in taking ownership of this vital part of the College curriculum.
Closing date is Friday, 2 December 2016. Early applications are advised as the College reserves the right to appoint at any stage during the application process.
Please note, all applications must be submitted via Tes www.tes/job by searching for St Dunstan’s.
St Dunstan’s College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the DBS.
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