CHESTERTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
11-16 mixed, with 980 pupils on roll
Headteacher: Lucy Scott
OFSTED RATED OUTSTANDING
Teacher of Science
Required for September 2019
Chesterton Community College is a dynamic, inspirational 11-16 academy close to Cambridge City Centre. Our results are outstanding for all students. The Science Faculty offers the successful candidate the opportunity to work in a collegiate, highly supportive and high achieving environment.
We require an enthusiastic, innovative and highly motivated teacher of Science to join a successful and dynamic Faculty with consistently outstanding results.
We would welcome applications from teachers with any science specialism. The successful candidate will have the ability to enthuse and engage students.
The school is committed to recruiting the highest quality teachers in order to build on our many successes. We are delighted to offer an extremely competitive recruitment package to the right candidate.
We place a very high value on continuous professional development; the successful candidate would have immediate access to our high quality in house programme as well as the opportunity to be supported though a Masters in education if they chose to pursue one.
This is an especially exciting time to join the science department as we have a £10 million re-development of our facilities well underway, due for completion in Summer 2019. Furthermore, our trust is expecting to open a specialist maths sixth form in Cambridge that will offer the successful candidate potential opportunities for sixth form biology, chemistry or physics teaching. This post provides an excellent opportunity for a teacher to develop their career and is suitable for an NQT or experienced teacher.
Closing date: Tuesday 21st May
Interview Date: TBC
Chesterton Community College uses safe recruitment procedures to ensure the welfare of children. All applicants are required to complete a DBS check and only applications submitted on the College’s application form will be considered. All shortlisted applicants should expect to be called for interview no more than 5 working days after the closing date. If you have not heard from us by then you can expect that your application has been unsuccessful. Visits to the college are welcome.