We are seeking for a suitably qualified and experienced teacher of Art from September 2018 over 3 days over a two week cycle.
Some teaching of photography could be available for a suitably qualified candidate.
What are we looking for
Ideally you will be able to offer a fine art approach to the teaching of traditional, black & white, digital and studio photography. You should also be confident in the use of ICT with knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and possibly image editing software. Having experience of GCSE unendorsed specification for Art & Design would also be an advantage along with a creative and innovative approach to teaching and learning in the subject.
Applications are welcomed from NQT's and those wishing to return to teaching after a career break.
Why work with us?
Excellent remuneration depending on skills and expertise demonstrated at interview. Additional responsibility may be available for exceptional candidates.
We provide a high level of support and professional development and can offer a positive, friendly and welcoming working environment.
All new staff are provided an induction programme which includes an induction day and then bi-weekly twilight sessions, tailor-made for new staff. Our NQTs are also put on a twilight programme running throughout the year providing them with the tools to thrive in their NQT year. Running parallel to these sessions, we also offer weekly twilight sessions to all staff, and these courses are driven by are appraisal process, to fulfil the specific needs of our teaching staff here at Collingwood.
Collingwood College is a High-Performing Specialist Academy for Technology and Applied Learning and a “Good School with Outstanding Leadership and Management” (OFSTED January 2017).
Please note that, where the response to an advertisement has been exceptional, occasionally shortlisting and interviews may be arranged at short notice or prior to the closing date. Candidates are therefore, encouraged to submit their application forms as soon as possible.
Interview will be held on the 24th or 25th May