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Hereford Sixth Form College has over 2000 full-time 16-19 students and an excellent reputation for its results and extra-curricular provision.  Rated Ofsted outstanding in 2007; the College consistently achieves one of the highest Advanced Level points scores per entry of over 100 SFC’s nationally and has outstanding value added results as measured by both the ALIS and ALPS systems.

The closing dates are given as a guide. We reserve the right to close vacancies at any time. If you do not hear from us within 6 weeks of the closing date, you can assume your application has been unsuccessful at this time.

All applications must be made on the College’s application form and sent to Kate Bateman, Head of Human Resources, either via email recruitment@hereford.ac.uk or by post to Hereford Sixth Form College, Folly Lane, Hereford. HR1 1LU.

 

All posts are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS Disclosure.

 

Teacher of Mathematics – Full Time Permanent

Teacher of Mathematics – Part Time Temporary and Permanent

Teacher of Physics – Part Time Permanent

Teacher of Engineering – Full Time/Part Time Permanent

 

SFC Teacher’s Pay Scale

 

Exciting opportunities have arisen to become part of a successful team at one of the country’s top Sixth Form Colleges.

 

We are looking for enthusiastic and forward thinking Teachers to join us and contribute to the College’s continuing success. You will be committed to a departmental ethos based on high quality teaching, excellent examination results, shared resources and mutual support. The departments work closely together and applications from someone who wished to work across departments would be welcome. Applications from NQTs will be considered.

 

The Mathematics Department is a successful and vibrant area in the college, which covers a total of nine different qualifications. Experience of, or interest in, Statistics A –Level, Core Maths and/or Level 2 courses would be of benefit.

 

The Engineering Department is a new and small department in the college.  It runs the OCR Cambridge Technical qualification and have had one set of very successful results. There is also the possibility of a subject leader’s role for the right candidate. Knowledge of or experience of teaching CAD would be a welcome addition to the department.

 

The Physics Department is a popular choice with students. It is a successful area in the college. New teaching ideas and approaches are actively encouraged, particularly when they enhance the students’ learning experience.

 

A satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure is required.

 

Closing Date: Monday 25th February 2019 9.00 am

 

Interview Date: Week Commencing 4th March 2019

 

Applications must be made on the College’s Teacher's application form.

If you wish to have an informal discussion regarding these roles please contact Catherine Brearey, Head of Mathematics and Quality Co-ordinator on 01432 355166.

Teacher Application Form

Generic Teacher's Job Description

Mathematics Department Description

Teacher of Mathematics Job Specification

Physics Department Description

Teacher of Physics Job Specification

Teacher of Engineering Job Specification

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Keeping Children Safe in Education. Part 1. Sept 2018

Safeguarding and Children Protection Policy 2018-19

Safeguarding Adults at Risk Policy and Procedures 2018-19

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