HSFC Lecturer 2 (Business) Post Ref: 6113.
Part Time 0.8, 29.6 hours per week. Fixed Term to June 2020. £26,937.22 – £35,125.02 per annum (pro rata) (dependent on qualifications).
HSFC Lecturer 2 (Religious Studies 0.4 and GCSE English 0.2) Post Ref: 6114.
Part Time, 22.2 hours per week in total. Fixed Term until June 2020. £26,937.22 – £35,125.02 per annum (pro rata) (dependent on qualifications).
HSFC Lecturer 2 (Level 3 Applied Science) Post Ref: 6117.
Part Time, 22.2 hours per week. Fixed Term to June 2020. £26,937.22 to £35,125.02 per annum (pro rata) (dependent on qualifications).
Attractive benefits for the posts include 48 days’ annual leave per year plus bank holidays and the opportunity to join the Teacher Pensions Scheme.
We have a number of exciting lecturing roles across a range of curriculum areas at Hartlepool Sixth Form College which includes fantastic opportunities for aspiring, imaginative and inspirational teachers of:
- BTEC Business – We have a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring, imaginative and inspirational teacher of BTEC Business to Join Hartlepool Sixth Form College.
- Religious Studies – This is a growing and well-resourced subject within the sixth form. Students are currently following the AQA specification and focus on Christianity for paper two. In addition to teaching 0.4 Religious Studies there is an opportunity to work within our high performing English department teaching 0.2 GCSE English. T
- Applied Science – This is a growing subject area in the college. The successful candidate will be expected to plan, deliver and assess Biology units from the level 3 BTEC Applied Science course and an ability to teach Chemistry and Physics units would be an advantage. The successful candidates will be joining collegiate curriculum areas and will have the opportunity to shape the curriculum content of the course.Hartlepool Sixth Form College is a mixed, non-selective, specialist sixth-form college catering for 16-plus students. We provide a high level of support to our students, offering a friendly and encouraging environment with a strong sense of community, respect and tolerance. Our aim is to give students an excellent educational experience that enables them to achieve their full potential, providing them with a strong foundation from which they can progress to higher education or into the increasingly competitive world of work.
In August 2017 we merged with Sunderland College and now have campuses based across Sunderland and Hartlepool and we are the largest multi campus College in the North East. Annually the College delivers education and training to 13,500 students ranging in age from 14-16, 16-18, 19 years and above. Delivery spans all education routes including GCSEs and A Levels, professional and technical education, apprenticeships, higher education and commercial activity.
In the last few years the College has been inspected and achieved ‘good’ with strong features, we recently won a national Beacon Award for our approaches to Employer Engagement, a reflection of the value we place on collaboration and partnerships. We have also achieved TEF Silver for our Higher education teaching and learning. We are Matrix Accredited for our IAG Services and work closely with the NE LEP to embed the Gatsby Good Career Benchmarks across the region. The College has also recently achieved Continuing Excellence for the Better Health at Work Award.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate, in their personal statement, practical examples of how they fulfil the person specification for each role.
Due to the nature of this post you will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure Check.
To find out more about this great opportunity visit www.sunderlandcollege.ac.uk/vacancies alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0191 511 6046 to request an application pack. Please note we will only accept Sunderland College application forms.
All applications must be received by 12noon Thursday 15 August 2019
We are working towards equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to PREVENT and safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.