Teacher Of Mathematics Job Openings by Woking College in Woking

Job Title Teacher Of Mathematics Job Openings Woking Woking College
Pub Date 19 days ago
Company Woking College
Location Woking

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Woking College Recruitment 2020

Teacher of Mathematics Job Openings in Woking

The Role
The College requires an inspiring and enthusiastic member of staff to teach any combination of A Level Maths,
A Level Statistics and GCSE/Functional Skills Maths. We are looking for a full-time member of staff with a passion
for maths to join this friendly department in our successful and growing College.

Please note that a Course Leader responsibility may be available for the right candidate.

Applications from NQTs and Teachers in Schools and Sixth Form College sectors are welcome. A full mentoring
programme is organised to introduce all new staff to sixth form college systems and procedures and to support
and encourage professional development. We are looking for an exceptional candidate. We expect high
performance from all our staff, and are looking for an impressive individual to inspire College students.
Candidates should demonstrate their ability and suitability to both the role and the culture of the College.

Start Date: Required for 24 August 2020

Salary: Up to £39,329 plus £1,019 fringe allowance per annum, depending on experience.
Potential for a Course Leader allowance of £1,500 per annum for the right candidate.

The Department
The Mathematics department is a large, successful area of the College. Student recruitment numbers are good
and the department teaches over a third of all students at and is pro-active in broadening the
curriculum to meet the needs of students. The department offers:

• Functional Skills Mathematics • A Level Mathematics
• GCSE Mathematics • A Level Statistics
• “Core Mathematics” • A Level Further Mathematics

With the range of courses offered by the department, and the number of students we teach, there is opportunity
for specialising or teaching a full range of mathematics. As the department prepares for specification changes,
we are also working collaboratively to develop a problem-solving approach to teaching A Level Mathematics.

The department hosts a range of extra-curricular activities which have included trips to the Pirbright
Laboratories, participation in the UK Maths Challenge, visits to universities, visits from lecturers at local
universities and a Maths Club, where we can explore, with some of our most dedicated and capable
mathematicians, elements of mathematics not covered on the current curriculum. In addition, our students
have placed a high value on the support they receive from the department through lunchtime support sessions,
“Exam Jam” classes, the Easter revision conference and one to one sessions.

Why work with us?
has a strong sense of community in which everyone is valued; we look forward to welcoming
new members of staff to join our team.

  • We are an open access, caring and inclusive community
  • A positive approach to staff development; including regular cross-College sharing best practice sessions
  • Opportunities for staff training within the S7 consortium of Colleges & liaison with peers within the

consortium

  • Regular whole-College communication including weekly staff briefings
  • Regular departmental meetings to ensure support and share departmental best practice
  • Excellent student behaviour and productive working relationships with the Student Union
  • Excellent links with local schools, businesses and universities
  • Welcoming, friendly and approachable community, a harmonious working atmosphere
  • On-site parking
  • College gym available for staff use, yoga classes, staff football
  • Staff association: regular social events
  • Location: Excellent train links from London Waterloo and the South Coast, walking distance of Woking

station. Close to A3, M25 & M3 junctions

Application & Selection
Application forms are available to download from our website: www.woking.ac.uk/about/staff-vacancies/
Please note that CVs will not be accepted on their own.

Completed applications, or any queries regarding the role or your application, should be sent via email to Kirsty
Crook (Personnel Officer): kcr[at]woking.ac.uk or contact Kirsty on 01483 227438 (direct) or via the College
Reception on 01483 761036.

Closing date, Teacher of Mathematics: 9am, Monday 23 March 2020

Interviews for Teacher of Mathematics: to be held on Friday 27 March 2020

Shortlisted candidates will be notified, invited for interview and references will be taken up immediately. Please
note that it is not possible to inform candidates who have not been short-listed due to time constraints.

The interview process will comprise of the following:

  • a guided tour of the College
  • Observed lesson
  • Interview with the Principal and senior staff
  • Secondary interview with senior staff
  • Informal meet with department members
  • Task


The College encourages all candidates to be familiar with the following documents:

  • Section 1 of the DfE paper on “Keeping Children Safe in Education” September 2019
  • 's Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.
  • In line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the College asks candidates to consider

the Privacy Notice for Job Applicants

The documents listed above area available from the College’s Staff Vacancies page, please use this link to
access them https://www.woking.ac.uk/about/staff-vacancies/

Job Description
Post Title: Teacher (Full-Time)

Responsible: Head of Department

Job Purpose: Teaching and developing within Curriculum Area(s) in the College

Job Responsibilities

1. To work with those teaching within the Department to create an environment in which the aims of the
Department, Curriculum and College can be achieved.

2. To attend regularly meetings of the Department and, when requested, the Curriculum Area, to enable
issues relating to the Department, Curriculum Area and College to be discussed.

3. To assist in the provision of appropriate courses and the promotion of activities to provide for and support
the learning needs of students within the Department.

4. To fulfil one's own responsibilities as a teaching member of the Department, in accordance with the quality
standards of the Department.

5. To promote:
i) the Department's contribution to the cross-curricular work in the College

ii) the opportunities offered by the Department to students not taking an examination course.

iii) the use of ICT in the classroom teaching and learning.

6. To work to improve one's professional performance by taking advantage of the department's opportunities
to develop skills and broaden experience and participating in the College's appraisal arrangements.

7. To assist in managing effectively and efficiently the physical resources of the Department. In particular, to:
i) consider the use of accommodation and to make recommendations to the Head of Department for

its continued and improved use

ii) suggest suitable items for departmental expenditure

iii) observe the College's health and safety policies and encourage safe working practices.

8. To assist in the arrangements within the Department for the induction of students and monitoring progress,
offering guidance to students where necessary and liaising with parents where appropriate.

9. If required, to be a personal tutor, and subject to timetabling, to meet the responsibilities defined by the
College for personal tutors and be answerable in that context to the Principal.


10. To assist in the arrangements made for students to receive advice on courses in Higher Education and

Career opportunities related to, or progressing from those in the Department, ensuring that references are
produced when requested.

11. To assist in the setting up and organisation of College examinations in the subjects covered by the
Department and assisting, where necessary, the Examinations Officer in the supervision of public
examinations.


12. To ensure that departmental records are kept up to date. To share in the recording and analysis of internal

examinations, Alps and external examination results and, with the Head of Department, take whatever
action is necessary to sustain and improve performance by students.

13. When necessary and appropriate, to represent the Department at meetings and to publicise the work of
the Department at the various events in the College and its partner schools.

14. To act at all times in accordance with the College's Equality & Diversity policies.

15. To act at all times in accordance with the College's Safeguarding policy. Ensuring the safeguarding of
students at the College, recognising one’s own role in liaison with the designated safeguarding team.

16. To contribute to the safety policies of the College as directed by the Principal and to ensure that Health &
Safety Regulations are observed within the Curriculum Areas and within the College in general.

17. To take part in the training programmes provided by the College and agree to the process of professional
reviews.

18. To undertake any other particular duties which may be reasonably assigned to you by the Principal from
time to time.

Person Specification
Teacher of Mathematics (Full-Time)
The person appointed will be expected to have:

  • An understanding and support for the ethos of the College.
  • The ability to teach A Level Maths, A Level Statistics, GCSE/Functional Skills Maths.
  • A commitment to the principle of continuous improvement and an empathy with the College's aim of
providing quality education in a supportive environment.
  • Suitable qualifications – educated to degree level in appropriate subject.
  • Experience of working with or the ability to work flexibly within a department or teaching team.
  • Interpersonal, organisational and IT skills.
  • An awareness of the need for personal development, both as a member of a team and as an
individual.


The following are desirable for this role:

  • A sound knowledge of the 1619 curriculum, and an awareness of the needs of students in this age
range.
  • Qualified teacher status. Applicants who do not have a teaching qualification must be willing to embark
on a training course leading to a teaching qualification whilst with us.
  • Ability to mark and assess written work with examination board criteria.


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