North Hertfordshire College
|Salary:||£28,000 to £38,000 basic, plus pension and performance-related pay.|
|Placed on:||29th November 2016|
|Closes:||31st December 2016|
Stevenage, and working across Group sites in North Herts.
NHC may have the perfect opportunity for you if:
- You’re an amazing maths teacher who is motivated, enthusiastic and committed to the success of your students;
- You can you bring maths to life in a way that engages students;
- You have a passion for your profession and share our determination to be outstanding.
North Hertfordshire College (NHC) is a further education college with over 2,000 full time students in the full range of sector areas. Everything we do at NHC is about helping students get where they want to be in life. That means helping them to develop both the knowledge and skills they need to progress in their chosen occupational area, and the employability skills that we know employers expect of young people when they enter the world of work. NHC is part of the Hart Learning Group which also includes Hart L&D, a progressive learning and development business that helps business clients of all sizes to engage with emerging talent, and the Hart Schools Trust – a burgeoning multi-academy trust which sponsors a small number of schools in our local community. We are currently working towards an ambitious five-year strategy. We want NHC to be Outstanding by 2018. To realise our strategy, we need the best people around. We’re building an amazing team, all of whom share our passion, pace and commitment to helping our students get where they want to be in life.
You will be required to teach GCSE maths and functional skills to students studying on full-time vocational study programmes across the college.
- Basic Salary £28k - £38k;
- Teachers Pensions Scheme;
- Participations in the Group’s performance related pay scheme (PRP).
Roles and responsibility
- Deliver consistently good or better teaching sessions, incorporating an effective range of learning strategies that enable outstanding learning outcomes for all our students;
- Maintain high expectations of students, working with them to raise their ambition and aspiration, ensuring they realise their full potential;
- Deliver an appropriate blend of learning opportunities, making effective use of technology both within the classroom and via online and independent learning;
- Undertake all aspects of student assessment including internal verification and liaison with external verifiers and awarding bodies as required;
- Act as a course team leader for designated courses, maintaining up to date student records and delivering against agreed student retention, attendance, success, satisfaction and outcome measures;
- A degree and/or professional qualification in a relevant subject area;
- A relevant teaching qualification;
- Level 2 literacy and numeracy and experience of using IT applications;
- Desirable: experience of teaching either level 3 or A-level maths;
- Desirable: experience of teaching first year university (level 4 HE).
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