Teacher of Food Technology

Fixed Term contract (1st Sept 2017 - 31st August 2018) with the potential of a permanent contract for a suitable candidate
Commencing 1st Sept 2017: TMPS/UPS

Closing Date: Thursday 25th May 2017 at 9.00am

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, highly motivated and inspirational teacher of Technology (Food Technology and Health & Social Care) to teach across all Key Stages within a very successful department.
The successful candidate will be:

  • An excellent practitioner with a passion for Food and Health & Social Care.
  • Committed to the highest standard of achievement for all students.
  • An outstanding communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.
  • An enthusiastic team-player, self-motivated and committed to further professional development

Emotional Health Progress Tutor

Fixed Term contract (End Date- 31st August 2018)

Closing Date: Wednesday 7th June 2017 at 12.30pm

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, highly motivated individual to take up this new post working alongside the Guidance team. This role will involve leading lead group work with students e.g. around friendship issues, making positive choices about their behaviour (e.g. linked to relationships, alcohol, smoking) and 1:1 work with students. The Progress Tutor will support the Learning Cordinator with their work. Examples of this would be attending visits with students and supporting with administrative tasks linked to CEIAG. It will also involve supporting with the school On Call system. You will be working with some of the most vulnerable students in the College and have the chance to make a real difference to their education and so their future.


Behaviour Support Assistant

Fixed Term contract (End Date- 31st March 2018)

Closing Date: Friday 9th June 2017 at 12.30pm

We require an experienced, enthusiastic individual to join the TRAX team for September 2017 to March 2018.  There is the possibility this post will be continued beyond March 2018 but it is dependent on available funding.

The position will include supporting students with their resilience, working with them to develop a deeper understanding of their emotional, social and behavioural needs and work closely with schools across the Local Authority to ensure the students reach their full potential.  Experience of working with students who have behavioural needs in an alternative educational environment is desirable.  This role will involve working with outside agencies regularly, collaborating with other schools through outreach work and CPD.  This post is for someone able to work in team but also independently in a nurturing environment.  An ability to face pressurised situations calmly is vital.