About Sir George Monoux College:
Monoux is a Sixth Form College for over 1700 students aged 16-19. We offer A Levels, vocational courses at levels 2 and 3, and GCSE resits. 76.5% of our students are from deprived backgrounds, compared to 40.3% of 16-19 year olds nationally.
We are now in the top 10% of the country for the progress our students make from GCSE (this includes top 10% for disadvantaged students). 95% of our students advance to University or Apprenticeships, and 14% progress to Russell Group Universities. We are also growing, with a 10% increase in our student intake compared to last year.
About the role:
We are seeking only the best candidates who wish to make their mark and support the distinctive ethos of Monoux. We are looking to appoint outstanding teachers who share our vision and who can inspire our students to achieve the highest standards of attainment and personal success. We are looking for an enthusiastic, well-qualified Law teacher to join a dynamic, friendly and dedicated team.
The successful candidate will have an appropriate teaching qualification and be qualified to degree level.
For this role you will need excellent subject knowledge and a strong track record of successfully delivering student outcomes. As a person, you need the commitment to put the student at the centre of your practice coupled with the determination and energy to bring about continuous improvement. We welcome applications from NQTs and experienced teachers from Sixth Form Colleges, Schools and FE Colleges.
Working at the College the employee benefits include:
• Teachers’ Pension Scheme (for teaching staff)
• Local Government Pension Scheme (for support staff)
• Season ticket loans
• Onsite staff car park
• Onsite gym
• Cycle to Work scheme
• Staff wellbeing activities
• Enhanced annual leave
• Telephone counselling
• Eye care scheme
• Enhanced Maternity/Paternity/Adoption leave schemes
• Advantage and discount schemes
• Ongoing professional development
Closing date for applications: 12 noon Friday 17 January 2020
Interview date: Wednesday 29 January 2020