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Job details
Employer INTO University of East Anglia
Location Norfolk
Salary Circa £30,000 pro rata (Salary band £25,979 - £35,148)
Contract type Part Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
Closing date Applications are closed
Job starts September 2017

INTO is a partnership organisation working with some of the UK’s leading universities in a unique initiative that improves their competitive position in international markets. In long-term joint ventures, we deliver pathway courses for international students leading to undergraduate and postgraduate study. INTO invests in new study centres and a global network that recruits students from many cultures.

Based at the state-of-the-art INTO Centre, on the University of East Anglia campus, the successful applicants will work on our Newton A Level Programme.

This elite programme caters for high ability international and UK students who are aiming to become tomorrow’s leading medics, scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and economists and is unique within the UK as it is the only A Level course taught on a university campus which offers our students unrivalled access to UEA’s academic and social facilities.

Whilst we offer an extensive range of extra-curricular and enhancement activities including the CREST Award and EPQ, we are equally proud of our exceptional academic results and student experience. With 88% of our students achieving A*-A grades and 100% of our students achieving A*-C grades in 2016, our students’ most common set of results is routinely A*, A*, A*, A*.


As our student numbers are increasing we require a number of part-time experienced A Level Science teachers (Biology and Chemistry) to start from September 2017. The exact hours will be finalised in conjunction with the successful applicants.

The successful applicants must hold a relevant post-graduate qualification and relevant teaching experience.

The post holders must also be highly enthusiastic and have an imaginative and adaptable approach to the delivery of the curriculum area.

As an exceptional teacher you will be able to demonstrate high standards of delivery in a consistent manner, be committed to improving achievement across all areas of your subject and have an understanding of the strategies required to accomplish this. Strong planning and organisational skills are also required.

Experience of working with international students would be an advantage but not essential and you would be expected to contribute to the Newton Programme pastoral system.

Applications are welcome from candidates with experience in any relevant sector (schools, FE, Universities etc.).


Circa £30,000 pro rata (Salary band £25,979 - £35,148)

Application Process

If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and interest for this post please visit for further details of the Newton A Level programme, a full job description and an application form. Completed application forms to be returned to Oliver Smith, HR Advisor, via email;

If you would like to arrange an informal conversation or visit to our Centre prior to submitting an application, please contact Dr Bethan Gulliver, Programme Manager, on

Closing date for applications is 21st March 2017.


  • As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that:
  • references will be followed up;
  • all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily;
  • proof of identity and (where applicable) qualifications will be required;
  • reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18;
  • appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.

INTO is an equal opportunities employer.

INTO is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people, and child protection screening will apply.

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.

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About the employer

Information about INTO University of East Anglia
Phase Higher Education
Gender Mixed

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Norwich Research Park
United Kingdom