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Lecturer 1 (Development Role - GCSE Maths)


£23,300.75 - £23,919.47* per annum


Full Time, Development Role



Closing Date

Reference Number


Job Grade

021-025 (021-022 unqualified)

Responsible To

Head of Mathematics


Bede Campus, Washington Campus, City Campus, Hartlepool Sixth Form


External Vacancy

 Post Ref: 6135. Full Time. Various Hours. Permanent. £23,300.75 – £23,919.47* per annum

*upon completion of a teaching qualification or development of your teaching practice, you will progress up the college pay spine in accordance with the Lecturer 1 agreed pay grade, with 24 hours teaching contact time.

 Are you a qualified graduate? Do you want to develop a career as a teacher within GCSE maths?

If the answer is yes then we would love to hear from you. We have a specific induction programme for trainee lecturers, alongside mentoring and support to obtain your teaching qualifications.

It goes without saying that you will already possess:

A first degree in Mathematics or a subject that has a high mathematical content.

A passion, enthusiasm and desire to teach and motivate our students

Why should you apply?

  • 48 days holiday’s (plus bank holiday’s)
  • Teacher’s Pension Scheme
  • Onsite gym (Bede campus)
  • Refectory facilities at each campus
  • Onsite parking
  • Staff awards
  • Investment in CPD

If you still believe that you have what it takes to join us and believe you can commit to our values then please read the attached job description and apply.

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 vacancies@sunderlandcollege.ac.uk 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 5pm on Monday 09 September 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.


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