This job expired on 27 September 2021

  • Expected start date

    1 January 2022

  • Application deadline

    27 September 2021 at 4:00pm

  • Date listed

    9 September 2021

Job details

Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
Working pattern
Monday to Friday
Contract type
FTE Salary £25,570 - £41,732

Job summary

We are currently recruiting for an enthusiastic and innovative Teacher to join our IT & Computing team, teaching either on a full time basis effective from January 2021. Successful candidates would contribute to several courses including Level 2 and 3 BTEC IT. We are looking for an inspirational candidate with passion and the highest level of teaching skills. The ability to inspire students to reach their full potential and a commitment to the provision of high quality teaching and learning are essential.

The successful candidate may be a qualified and experienced teacher of a subject other than IT, willing to enhance their existing computer skills and develop into the field of IT; or an expert in the IT industry looking for a career move into teaching. Expert guidance, training and mentoring is available for this post.

All successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Closing Date: Monday 27th September 2021 at 4.00pm
Interview to be held on: Monday 4th October 2021

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School overview

School type
Academy, ages 16 to 99
Education phase
School size
No information available
Age range
16 to 99
Contact phone number
023 80514747

About Richard Taunton Sixth Form College

We are a founding member of the Lighthouse Learning Trust, a multi-academy trust, created in partnership with St Vincent College in Gosport. This partnership is based upon shared values and our existing relationship, which has seen us collaborate on many teaching and support services projects.

This strategic move – the result of two years worth of planning – was a conscious decision made by both academy leadership teams and governors to protect and enhance the quality of teaching and broad ranging curriculum offer.

Students at both academies, and indeed future students from their local communities, are able to benefit significantly from pooled resources, knowledge and expertise as well as added investment, made possible through joint economies of scale in areas such as purchasing, as well as the VAT exemption awarded to academies.

The Trust is a single legal entity with a dedicated executive team and board of trustees, which is accountable for the governance and performance of both academies. Staff from both academies are employed directly by the Trust. For more information relating to the governance of the Trust, please click here.

Opportunities for teachers to share best practice in teaching and learning to accelerate quality improvement are ongoing and we are making plans to align our approaches to curriculum and assessment across both academies to further improve quality and student success. We have already made good headway with the development of our Trust-wide shared support services model and are seeing the benefits of economies of scale. There are no plans to close or change the names of either academy. Each will retain its distinct identity. Students will not be expected to attend lessons across both sites.

All decisions made, and actions taken, by members of the Trust will be underpinned by a series of mutually agreed principles. These include:

Provision of high quality teaching
Maximisation of teaching and learning resources
Continued provision of inclusive and safe learning environments
Full accountability to our local communities
Operating with integrity
Celebration of successes.

School location

Hill Lane, Southampton, SO15 5RL

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