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Food Tech Teacher/Instructor

Reference: SEP20215923
Expiry date: 08:00, 06 October 2021
Location: Locksley School
Salary: £10,901.00 - £22,176.00 Per Annum
Attachments: FoodTechnologyTeacher0.6RecruitmentPack-Locksley.pdf

Locksley School
Locksley Road

Tel: 01603 508520
Email: HR@unityeducationtrust.uk 
Website:  www.unityeducationtrust.uk

•    Salary –MPS with SEN or UQT 
•    0.6fte
•    Required ASAP

Are you in teaching to make a real difference? 

Do you strive to support young people with SEMH in order for them navigate their educational journey?  

Are you an inspirational Food Technology teacher with excellent curriculum knowledge and bags of emotional resilience? 

The Short Stay School for Norfolk is a single countywide institution which meets the needs of a diverse cohort of vulnerable and challenging young people from 9 physical locations. The majority of our young people have been permanently excluded from school and are preparing for an onward transition to their new school or specialist provision.

We are seeking a professional who has excellent expertise in planning, delivering and assessing Food Tech qualifications to Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 3. The ideal candidate must have enthusiasm, drive and dedication in pursuing a career that supports cohorts of students who need the most guidance, help and support. 
Applicants must be mindful that working at Locksley School can be challenging, at times, and working here isn’t for everyone. However, we offer an environment where classes are small in size (7-8 pupils), a strong, supportive network of colleagues and CPD experience tailored to our specific need. This is an opportunity to effect real change and witness rapid progress. We are amazed every day by what our students are capable of and are very proud of the difference we make to so many young people.  
It is always advised to visit us so we can showcase our students to you. For an informal discussion about the post please email Natalie.dores@sssfn.org.uk.
Suitable candidates will be able to work well under their own initiative and have high levels of resilience, excellent ICT and administrative skills and an exemplary attendance record. 

How to apply

Please click on the orange "Apply for job" button, enter your name, e-mail address and tick the box, then click the "Apply now" button.  After a few seconds, you should be presented with an on-line application form to complete.

You will be able to save your partially completed form and complete later following the link you will be emailed.

Please ensure you submit your completed form before the closing date/time.

No CVs accepted – Please complete an official application form if you wish to be considered for this role.

Closing date:                Wednesday 6th October 2021, 8am
Interview date:             TBC

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications irrespective of race, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation and/or age. We value the individuality and creativity that every worker potentially brings to the workforce.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.  Proof of qualifications is compulsory. 

This post will come under the requirements of the Childcare (Disqualification) 2009 Regulations and the successful applicant will be required to complete a declaration form to establish whether they are disqualified under these regulations.