We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic teacher of Mathematics, to teach mainly KS3-KS4 but an ability to teach across all the key stages would be an advantage. We are looking for applicants who are highly motivated and ready to joins us as we build on our 2016 Good OFSTED rating. Results for the College are above the national average and Progress 8 for 2016 is 0.1.
- Be a passionate advocate of the subject who contributes effectively to departmental and whole school improvement.
- Be highly motivated and demonstrate the highest professional standards
- Be able to teach across the full age and ability range at age 11-16, possibly including A-level.
- Be able and willing to make a full contribution to the life of the school.
- Have high expectations of yourself and others
- Be a good communicator with excellent interpersonal skills
- Be flexible and a good team player
St. Joseph’s College is an oversubscribed, successful 11-18 Boys’ School (Girls in the 6th Form) on the Croydon/Lambeth border. This is an excellent opportunity to lead a core department in one of the oldest Catholic schools in London and is an excellent foundation for progression to senior leadership. As you would expect in a Catholic school RE is compulsory for all students in years 7 to 11, and Philosophy and Ethics is offered in our mixed 6th form. The successful candidate will make a real difference to the spiritual life of the College.
We will provide a highly supportive working environment and are committed to professional development; there is an excellent training programme in place as well as opportunities for career progression.
We would welcome any potential applicants to visit or telephone the school for an informal discussion about this position.
For full details on this vacancy please contact Mrs C Stevens, PA to the Headteacher on the email below.
Completed Applications to be sent to email@example.com
Closing date for the receipt of completed applications:
Monday 16th October 2017 at mid-day
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for this role.