King George V College
0.5 Law Teacher

0.5 Law Teacher

Reference Number: KGVT47-223

At KGV we offer OCR A level Law and BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma Applied Law to advanced level students.  We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, highly motivated, and innovative lecturer committed to enhancing our students’ achievement and experience in Law at King George V College. The successful candidate will play a full role in sustaining and building on the high achievement of A level and BTEC Level 3 Law at KGV. You will ideally have a good honours degree (or equivalent) and teaching qualification, have experience of teaching students of 16-19 years at Level 3, and be committed to our students, your subject and the teaching profession. We are, however, willing to consider candidates with other relevant qualifications and experience in education.
 

Law is a popular and demanding subject for students, who can expect a high level of challenge in a subject that develops them for work or university life. It is an area which we wish to continue to grow and develop and we are looking for a teacher with the knowledge, passion and drive to take it forward. 

Salary: £12,124.50 - £15,114.00 per anum

Closing Date: 23 May 2019, 12.00pm

Other Information

A King George V College Application Form should be completed and supported by a letter of application, which succinctly but comprehensively identifies your reasons for applying and how your career to date may have equipped you for the post.

Completed applications should be returned by the above closing date either by email to jobs@kgv.ac.uk, or by post to: The Personnel Department, Southport College, Mornington Road, Southport, PR9 0TT.

For further details please contact the Personnel Department via email or by telephoning 01704 392718 during office hours.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th May 2019.

In the interests of economy you will not hear from us again unless you are shortlisted.  Your interest in the post is greatly appreciated.

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