TEACHER OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Required January 2019 or sooner
Trinity School is looking to appoint a motivated and dynamic Computer Science teacher to join its growing Computer Science department. This is an excellent opportunity to join Trinity School, a vibrant 11-18 academy in the Newbury Academy Trust. We are an ambitious, high-performing school looking for innovative colleagues who can make a difference. In return we invest in your career, providing a bespoke CPD package, opportunities to work across the Trust and the wider local area, and a comprehensive staff benefits package.
Computer Science is increasing in popularity at Key Stage 4 and 5 within the school and this post includes teaching KS3 and 4 Computer Science as well as KS5 BTEC IT. Opportunities to run and develop extra-curricular clubs and contribute to the wider Faculty are available.
We invite applications from colleagues who:
- are outstanding practitioners who inspire students across all key stages
- have high expectations of their students
- are team players and interested in playing a part in the wider school community.
Applications from NQTs are welcome.
If you feel that you have the experience and drive for this role we would like to hear from you. Application is by application form and supporting letter to Mrs C Wilson, Headteacher, the former to include the names and addresses of two appropriate referees. Your letter should outline your experience to date and what you could offer the Computing department at Trinity.
The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.
Closing date: Monday 8th October 2018
Interviews: Soon thereafter
Required As soon as possible
Hours : As required during examination periods
Salary: £9.75 per hour (including holiday pay)
We are looking to expand our Invigilation team at Trinity School.
Preferably with an educational background or an interest in education, the successful candidate will relate positively to all learners, be extremely reliable and flexible, with good verbal communication skills. Invigilators should also enjoy working as part of a team. This position will be reporting to the Exams Officer.
Our Invigilators are employed on a casual basis, with hours and days of work subject to the timings of each examination. Full training will be provided where necessary.
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:
- Preparing the room, laying out of candidate names cards to a seating plan prepared by the Exams Officer.
- Admitting candidates to the room in a quiet and orderly way.
- Conducting the exam according to the Examination Boards Regulations.
- Registering the candidates present in the room.
- Invigilators must be constantly vigilant when the exam is running.
- Responsible for the collation, checking and return to the Exams Officer of all completed exam papers.
Invigilators are provided with all regulations, necessary papers, candidate name cards and seating plan for each exam.
To apply, please complete a school application form and return it to Trinity School at the address below or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details can be obtained from the HR Administrator, Mrs Conway, on 01635 510500, by email or visit the school’s website www.trinitynewbury.org
The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake pre-employment checks.