Location: Seevic Campus (Benfleet Essex)
Hours: 37 hrs per week
As a College, our strategy is Career Focused Learning and ensuring that the learner experience and our relationship within our community, local and regional employers, are at the heart of everything we do.
Our teacher's are responsible for inspiring and challenging students towards their aspirations. If you have a passion for Health, Social Care and Early Years and want the opportunity to use that subject knowledge and expertise to help young people achieve their future career aspirations, then we want to invest in you.
We pride ourselves on maintaining a high quality workforce to help our students reach their full potential. We are looking for innovative curriculum staff who want to work in an environment where staff and students are given the opportunity to inspire and grow.
USP College (Seevic campus) are seeking to appoint a committed and motivated Teacher of Health, Social Care & Early Years to join us in September 2020.
We welcome and encourage applications from all levels of experience, from NQT's through to experienced teachers. We have the ability to support applicants with a degree in Health & Social Care wishing to achieve a Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training certificate. We are keen to invest in and support the development and well-being of our staff no matter what stage of their career. USP staff have access to a broad range of opportunities to further develop their practice. At USP we can boast that we give our teachers weekly opportunities to engage in professional development, in order to stimulate progressive approaches to inspire and challenge our students.
As a prospective member of the Health & Social team at the Seevic campus, you should be a subject specialist who will inspire and motivate your students to exceed their aspirations. You will be able to build positive relationships with young people and support them to achieve their long term career goals. You will be able to use your expertise and emotional intelligence to unlock barriers to your students’ progress and provide the tools, support and challenge they need to go forwards.
This post would be suitable for NQTs and qualified teachers.
Creating a safe environment for young people and adults.