highburyLecturer in A-Level History and Government Politics

Reference: THW/17/005414/000025

Salary Details: £22,678 – £30,442 FTE

Contract Type: Permanent

Contract Term: Part time

Job Title: Lecturer in A Level History and Government Politics Duration: Permanent Salary: £22,678 – £30,442FTE dependent on qualifications and experience Hours: 9 hours per week Location: Based at Highbury Campus An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable A Level Lecturer to teach History and Government Politics for 9 hours per week. This is a fantastic chance to pass on your skills and inspire the next generation. Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria: • A Degree in History, Politics or a related Degree with teaching experience • A teaching qualification or willingness to work towards one • Up to date knowledge of the subject and experience of teaching and assessing at A Level • Plenty of enthusiasm and the ability to motivate students • Be willing to provide outstanding support for learners • Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and quality Highbury College offers extensive support to new lecturing staff including: – Regular support and coaching throughout your first year – A Mentor who will help you settle in to the College – Attending a Teachers training course – A thorough Induction programme – Access to Learning and Development including a Free Course Voucher What we can offer you: – A fantastic benefits package including a competitive pension scheme – 40 days annual leave pro-rata per annum (plus Bank Holidays) – An onsite canteen, hair and beauty salon and nursery – An onsite sports centre with a 50% discount for staff – Employee Assistance Programme – Childcare voucher scheme and access to an online discount website The working environment: – You will be working within a friendly and passionate team who are specialist experts and who enjoy passing their skills and knowledge onto our students – You will be working for a Grade 1 outstanding College which has over 50 years of teaching and learning experience For further information on this role, please download the Job Description.

Closing date: 09 June 2017

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