- Job role
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- MPS/UPS (if post threshold)
Teacher of Humanities (History specialist)
Salary Grade: MPS/UPS (if post threshold)
Contract Type: Full-time, permanent
Closing Date: Monday 17 January 2022 at 12 noon
Interview Date: Interviews on application. Should a suitable candidate be identified before the closing date, the vacancy may be closed early.
Start: September 2022 (July start possible for an ECT).
We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, enthusiastic and dynamic History teacher to join our well-established and highly successful Humanities Faculty.
The successful candidate will be an energetic, creative individual who can teach History to KS5. Willingness to teach other humanities subjects at KS3 is highly desirable, but experience at these is not essential.
This position would be suitable for an ECT and we have a well-developed programme for supporting ECTs within the school. If you would like to visit the school and chat with our current teachers, including ECTs, before applying then please do get in touch so that we can arrange this.
If you are passionate and enthusiastic about seeing students achieve, and enjoy developing their skills, we encourage you to apply.
The successful candidate will be:
• passionate about their subject; able to inspire and motivate students and staff.
• committed to ensuring all students reach their potential.
• capable of promoting partnerships and collaborative working.
• a role model for our students and staff.
In return we will offer you:
• the satisfaction of being part of a dynamic and creative team.
• students who have a desire to achieve and respect the school’s expectations.
• programmes for supported induction and professional development.
• excellent care and support for all staff.
An application pack is available from the John Mason School website or from
CVs alone are not acceptable.
Abingdon Learning Trust is an equal opportunities employer that recognises the terms and conditions of maintained schools, including maternity benefits. The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders in regulated activity are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced check.
All staff are expected to promote fundamental British values.
To comply with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1999 (as amended by S147 of the Nationality and Immigration and Asylum Act 2002) all prospective employees will be required to supply evidence of eligibility to work in the UK.
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