Part-time Law Teacher (0.4fte)
Blackpool Sixth is an outstanding college specialising in 16-19 education, and following enrolment, we have an exciting opportunity for a Law Teacher to join our team. This fixed-term position is well suited to you if you are either looking for the first steps into teaching or if you are looking to advance an already established career in a thriving and supportive workplace. This post is part-time, 0.4fte, and is fixed term for the academic year 2019/20.
Based in the Humanities department you will work closely with others in the department to support your students to achieve their ambitions. The Humanities department is an ambitious and committed team aiming to achieve the highest outcomes for its students. Collectively, the department of nine staff delivers A level qualifications in Ancient History, Geography, Law, Modern History and Religious Studies. We are very proud of the focus we all share on delivering engaging lessons and educating the whole student.
A day in Humanities could see you:
- working collaboratively with others in the department on schemes of work and resources
- inspiring students to achieve highly in their Law course
- taking part in department learning and development to share and evolve teaching skills
Do you have a degree in a relevant subject? Are you a qualified teacher, or studying to be one? Are you ready to meet and exceed the goals of your students? If you have answered yes to these questions then apply now and find out more about the college.
Closing date: 9am on 18th September 2019
Interviews: 26th September 2019
The health and wellbeing of our staff is important to us, we have recently launched a health and wellbeing group whose mission is to help create a healthy working environment for staff and students through the promotion of a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
We are an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of a protected characteristic, or is disadvantaged by any conditions or any related individual requirements. We welcome applications from all sections of the community and all diverse groups. The college provides equality of access, services and care to everyone, regardless of people’s age, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression or trans status, race, religion or belief or sexual orientation.
All staff will be carefully selected using recruitment and selection procedures designed to emphasise the college’s commitment to safeguarding. All posts, including volunteers, are subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Due to the number of applications we get for each post we will only be able to contact you should you be shortlisted for interview.