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Stockton Sixth Form College


Teacher of A-Level Business and Economics

Location: Stockton Sixth Form College
Contract: Full-time, Permanent
Pay: SFCA Teachers Pay, £30,500 - £47,365 per annum pro rata, depending on experience

Closing Date: 11:59pm Sunday 9th June
Interview Date: Week commencing 17th June
Start Date: 22nd August 2024

Applications will be welcomed from both ECT’s and experienced teachers.

Tees Valley Collaborative Trust

Tees Valley Collaborative Trust, based in the North East of England, is a well-established organisation with social inclusion, educational excellence and widening participation at the heart of its values.
The Trust comprises of Errington Primary School, Bishopton Pupil Referral Unit, Prior Pursglove and Stockton Sixth Form College.
Prior Pursglove and Stockton Sixth Form College is a highly regarded 16-19 academy spanning two sites in Guisborough and Stockton on Tees. Formed from two sixth form colleges which merged in 2016, it is one of the most successful colleges on Teesside.

Our Opportunity

At the Stockton Sixth Form College site, we are seeking to appoint an inspirational teacher who has a passion for teaching A Level Business and A Level Economics. You will be able to motivate, enthuse and challenge students to produce the highest quality work, and effectively assess, record and track students.
A full time contract equates to 24 hours of contact time per week. This role could be offered on a job share arrangement, with the individual teachers teaching either Business or Economics.  Please indicate on your application form which subject you are interested in if you wish to discuss part time/job share arrangements.
Your main place of work will be Stockton Sixth Form College but work at other sites across the Trust may be required.

You will have:

  • A degree (or equivalent) in a related subject
  • Class teaching experience gained either in a school or college setting
  • High levels of skill in leading teaching and learning
  • Strong communication, organisational and interpersonal skills
  • A commitment to working with students from a range of different backgrounds

The ability to teach BTEC Business would be an advantage

Focus on Career Development & Staff Welfare

We recruit and retain staff by investing in their professional development through training and progression opportunities. Our schools and colleges will offer a friendly, caring environment with high expectations, aspirations and supporting the highest levels of achievement.

Our Trust will work through partnership with employers, community groups and other agencies to make the Tees Valley a great place to live, learn and work.

We are passionate about staff wellbeing as we value and care about our workforce and believe wellbeing is at the heart of championing better working lives.

We have recently trained a number of staff to be staff-focussed Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA).  This is an internationally recognised approach that teaches us to spot the first signs and symptoms of common mental health problems and to guide individuals to appropriate help and support.

We commit to placing wellbeing and mental health at the heart of our decision making.  We will support staff to make positive choices for their own wellbeing and encourage a collegiate culture across and between all roles in the school or college.

Employee Benefits include:

  • Membership of the Teacher’s Pension Scheme for all our teaching staff
  • Opportunities for training and professional development
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Cycle Scheme
  • On-site canteen for both staff and students
  • Free on-site parking
  • Discounted nursery provision on the Prior Pursglove College site (available to all Trust employees)

Key Documents

Application Form

Application Pack

How to Apply

Please complete the attached application form and email it to chloe.bullen@northyorks.gov.uk

All applications must be submitted on a Trust application form and CVs will not be accepted.

Queries / Visits

Please contact Chloe Bullen on 01609 536 964 or via chloe.bullen@northyorks.gov.ukChloe has been engaged to support us with recruiting to this exciting opportunity.

We are an inclusive employer and we actively encourage applications from people from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds. If you need any assistance with your application in terms of reasonable adjustments, please let us know.

Safeguarding Information
Tees Valley Collaborative Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

As this post involves direct contact with, or unsupervised responsibility for, children or vulnerable adults the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check before taking up the position.  Additional checks will include; identity checks, qualification checks and employment checks, including the investigation of any gaps between jobs and two satisfactory references.

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