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Tavistock College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Our current vacancies

Catering Assistant

Closing date: 22/11/2017

7.30am start – 30 hours per week – Monday to Friday – 38 weeks per year

Permanent contract (term time only)

Starting salary £7.78 per hour

Commencing 2nd January 2018

 

The duties include cooking, cleaning, serving and till operation

Previous catering experience would be an advantage

 

Closing date –  Wednesday 22nd November at 9.00am

 

Tavistock College is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and to have a full DBS check carried out prior to appointment.

Science Teacher – Maternity Cover

Closing date: 23/11/2017

*MPS*
*Start Date: 5th March 2018*

This is a fantastic opportunity to join the forward looking Science Faculty at Tavistock College. We are proud to be part of a vibrant Co-operative Trust and actively promote the values and principles of the International Co-operative Alliance.

We are seeking to appoint a confident, dynamic and enthusiastic teacher who has experience teaching across key stages 3-5 and the full age and ability range within the Science Faculty. The successful applicant will be an outstanding practitioner and will contribute to a continued focus on improving teaching and learning and student outcomes. You will be joining a strong Science team who regularly achieve excellent examination results.

Tavistock College can offer you:

  • A supportive professional development programme
  • The opportunity to teach across all key stages 3 to 5
  • A co-operative inclusive College ethos with high expectations for all students and staff
  • A professionally stimulating and supportive working environment

You will be:

  • An outstanding classroom practitioner across key stage 3 to 5
  • A motivating and inspiring role model demonstrating high expectations for all of our students to achieve their potential
  • Creative and imaginative in your approach to teaching and learning including the use of new technologies
  • Passionate and committed to improve the lives of young people

Behaviour Support Officer

Closing date: 23/11/2017

Start date:  2nd January 2018
Hours:  37 per week, 39 weeks per annum
Salary:  NJC Grade E spinal points 23 – 28 salary £21,268 – £24,964
Actual salary:  £18,053

The main focus of the role is intervention with and support for vulnerable and at risk students.  It is essential that candidates have experience of working with young people, have effective interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to self-manage.  Evidence of working in a behaviour management capacity is desirable.  This is a great opportunity for people wishing to gain experience in a classroom/educational setting proir to pursuing a career in education.

We require a Behaviour Support officer to have good qualifications or equivalent experience in an appropriate setting. (L2/L3) in English and Maths.

At Tavistock College we offer:

  • The opportunity to take part in the Schools Direct Teacher Training programme
  • A supportive professional development programme
  • A co-operative inclusive college ethos with high expectations for all students and staff
  • A professionally stimulating and supportive working environment

You will be:

  • A motivating and inspiring role model demonstrating high expectations for all of our students to achieve their potential
  • Creative and imaginative in your approach to teaching and learning including the use of new technologies
  • Passionate and committed to improve the lives of young people
  • Committed to the college’s co-operative ethos and the principles of the International Co-operative Alliance

We welcome male applications

Candidates with appropriate training; THRIVE, EH4MH etc warmly welcomed

Tavistock College is committed to safeguarding and promting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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