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.

Varndean College logo

Course Tutor - Travel and Tourism

Up to Pt 8 of SFCA Teaching Pay Spine - currently £39,720 pro rata per annum

Permanent, part-time – 0.29 – 0.44 FTE (10 - 15 periods per week – Mon, Tues)

To start 3rd January 2023

Closing date:          Friday 2nd December 2022

Interview:               TBC  

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Varndean College is looking for an enthusiastic, suitably qualified and innovative teacher to join a well-resourced and highly successful team. We are seeking a teacher with good knowledge of the travel industry alongside very sound general teaching skills and experience. You will be joining a professional community of likeminded exceptional and reflective practitioners. For the right candidate there is also the opportunity to apply for the Programme Leader role at NSP 9.

To be successful, you will have a relevant degree and a recognised teaching qualification. Applications from NQTs and experienced teachers from Sixth Form Colleges, FE Colleges and Schools are welcome.

To Apply:

Please complete an application form outlining how you meet the criteria listed in the job description and person specification for the role. Completed applications should be forward to hr@varndean.ac.uk by closing date shown.

College of Richard Collyer's logo

TEACHER OF CRIMINOLOGY

 Fixed term 1 year (Maternity Cover)

Part Time 0.375 – 0.604fte

Required from March 2023

Closing Date:  12 noon Monday 5th December 

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The College of Richard Collyer in Horsham, ‘Collyer’s’ is one of the leading sixth form colleges in the country and the top state provider of A Levels in West Sussex.

A well-qualified Criminology specialist is required to deliver our Criminology Applied Diploma course.  Weekly contact time would be in the range 9 – 14.5 hours per week.

The department currently offers the Level 3 WJEC Certificate and Applied Diploma programme.

Established almost 500 years ago, the College of Richard Collyer is forward thinking in every way.  Our mission is simple: to deliver the best possible education to our 2,200 + students aged 16 to 19, and our achievements speak for themselves –  In 2022 the A level high grade rate (A*-B) was 71%. Results across our other course types such as vocational, technical, transition and GCSE are equally strong.

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

 

Qualifications:  Good degree in relevant subject and teaching qualification (PGCE, Cert Ed, DET).
Experience:  Recent experience of teaching Criminology / Law at Level 3 is desirable.
Knowledge and Skills:  An understanding of Law and legal procedure is essential, together with the ability to use Information Technology to support teaching and learning.
Personal Qualities:  A reflective practitioner with excellent teamwork, organisation and communication skills.
Motivation and expectations: A commitment to high standards, a drive to motivate, inspire and support Level 3 students.  An enthusiasm for teaching and learning.  

The Criminology department is based within newly refurbished computer rooms which are fully resourced for subject content. Staff are encouraged and expected to share materials for teaching and assessment.  The course is currently within its third year of teaching and is anticipated to continue to develop as a popular subject with circa 400 students.

Members of the teaching staff are also personal tutors.  Tutors monitor progress and offer support and guidance to twenty-five students.  The ability to contribute to the enrichment programme would also be welcome.

Salary range: On the SFCA salary scale £25,826 (Point 1) to £42,149 (Point 9) prorated for part time hours

To apply, please visit https://www.collyers.ac.uk/vacancies/

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