Listed below are current vacancies at the S7 colleges.  If you wish to apply for a role please click the link within the advert to the college website.

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Starting 27th August 2019:

Director of Faculty

L13 - L15 £49,069 to £50,718 plus R3 allowance of £1862

Closing date: Thursday 21st March at 12 noon

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 2nd April

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This is an exciting opportunity to join a popular and successful College, which has a very strong reputation for the quality of its provision for its students.  

The Arts and Sciences Faculty has outstanding or good provision throughout.  The Director of Faculty currently line manages 13 head of departments from the ‘Sciences’ (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, PE & Sport, Computing and DCT) to the ‘Arts’ (English, History of Art, Art and Design, Media and Film, Music and Drama).  Departments are very well resourced with specialist facilities for the Sciences, Drama, Music, Art, Media and Sport and a thriving extra-curricular provision.  The Faculty is currently working towards achieving an Artsmark as further validation of its excellent provision for students.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate wide-ranging and high level interpersonal skills with excellent management and leadership qualities.  Applications are invited from outstanding teaching professionals who possess the necessary vision and dynamism to help lead the Faculty into the next decade and beyond.

The post will be remunerated on the Godalming College Single Leadership Spine, range L13-15, currently £49,069 to £50,718 (including Fringe Allowance of £1004) plus a temporary R3 allowance (£1,862 per year) to reflect the current two faculty structure.

Full details and an application form can be downloaded from our website www.godalming.ac.uk

For a hard copy or other enquiries please contact Personnel Services on 01483 411293 or email personnel@godalming.ac.uk

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HEAD OF DT PRODUCT DESIGN

Full Time

Required from September 2019

Salary range: On the new SFCA salary scale £23,396 (Point 1) to £38,748 (Point 9) + Responsibility Allowance or Additional Payment depending on experience.

Closing Date:   12 noon Thursday 28th March 2019

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Established almost 500 years ago, the College of Richard Collyer is forward thinking in every way – we are a Beacon college and we were rated Outstanding by Ofsted at our last inspection. Our mission is simple: to deliver the best possible education to our 2,000 students aged 16 to 19, and our achievements speak for themselves – in 2018, our A level high grade rate was 60% and with ALPS 2 for value added, we are the sixth best sixth form college in the country.

A great college deserves a great location: we are close to the centre of the historic market town of Horsham and under an hour from London by train. We are a supportive community rather than just a place to work, and are deeply committed to the professional development of our staff.

Product Design is a high performing subject area within the college and the post would suit an experienced teacher.  We follow the Edexcel specification and students have access to a well-equipped workshop to carry out practical work. The subject area is positioned within the Arts and Communication Faculty.

There are currently 46 students in the first year cohort and 42 second year students.  There is one other part time (0.2. FTE) member of teaching staff and a part time technician. Members of the teaching staff are also personal tutors.  Tutors monitor progress and offer support and guidance to some twenty-five students.

Qualifications:

·         Relevant degree together with a recognised teaching qualification (PGCE, Cert Ed, DTLLS).

Experience:

·         Current or very recent experience of teaching DT Product Design at Advanced Level

·         Experience of supervising large numbers of students in a busy workshop

Knowledge and Skills:

·         Excellent subject knowledge

·         A range of teaching skills and methods to meet a diverse range of learners

·         The ability to support a wide range of practical projects (from architectural scale models to prototype products)

·         Workshop skills in all materials, up to engineering level, to meet the scope of the linear specification

·         Industry level skills in the use of CAD/CAM software, visualisation software, CNC programming and operation

·         Ability to deliver higher tier maths to meet the scope of the linear specification

·         A thorough understanding of modern design approaches, industry processes and standards 

Personal Qualities:

·         Good teamwork and communication skills

·         Flexible approach and well organised work patterns

·         Enthusiastic and inspirational

Motivation and expectations

·         A commitment to high standards, to motivate and support staff and encourage the growth and maturing of students.

·         A commitment to enrichment for students, including visits and extra-curricular activities.

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If you have any queries or would like to arrange a visit to the college please e-mail jobs@collyers.ac.uk