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The Job Requirements
A teacher of Chemistry is expected to:
Plan and execute lessons/activities to facilitate the pupils' learning of material laid out in the department's schemes of work. The teacher will be expected to teach 32 lessons per week (out of a maximum of 40) across all ages (from Year 7 to 13 (Upper Sixth)).
Set homework for pupils according to the College’s and department's homework policies.
Mark homework, coursework, tests and examinations, and provide feedback to pupils according to the College’s and department's marking policies.
Assess and evaluate learning and achievement of pupils they teach using the College’s assessment, recording and reporting procedures.
Undertake any minor administrative role(s) within the department as agreed with the Head of Department.
Participate fully in the extra-curricular life of the College
Participate in ongoing professional development.
An excellent knowledge of Chemistry is required, of (Hons) degree level or the equivalent, as well as an enjoyment of and enthusiasm for the subject with the ability to inspire the same enthusiasm in their students. The ability to teach a second Science will be an advantage. The post also calls for literacy in IT. The post would be suitable for an experienced teacher or for one newly qualified. Accommodation could be available.
To apply for this post, please complete both the Application Form and self-declaration form and return them by post or email, to Sharon Lambie, Headmaster’s Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org). The closing date is Friday 17th November at 12.00pm and if you are called for Interview, you will be notified early the following week. Interviews will take place on Friday 24th November.
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