Thomas Rotherham College is the largest sixth form college provider in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. We have a tradition of achievement and aim to provide a future of opportunity to all our students.
We are looking to appoint an outstanding Teacher of History and Politics to deliver effective teaching, learning and assessment to students across A level History (Modern and/ or Early Modern and/ or Ancient) and A level Politics to ensure that they reach their full potential. Student options on an annual basis will determine the exact proportion of the teaching week that will be made up of History or Politics. An ability to teach across this suite of subjects would be an advantage.
The successful candidate will become part of a large and supportive team. As a college, we are committed to staff development and to the appointment of colleagues who will contribute to the co-construction of high-quality provision within the Faculty through a whole-hearted commitment to their own professional learning.
The College is part of Inspire Trust which includes Oakwood High School and Sitwell Junior School, a truly community-based Trust. As a Trust we are committed to developing a set of shared values through every aspect of our work.
These values are the development of respect, responsibility, resourcefulness, resilience, reflection, risk taking and relationships.
We offer a positive working environment. We care about our students and we care about our staff. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be part of this, contribute to this culture and develop it further.
Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday 2nd March at 12 noon. Interviews will be held Thursday 9th March. Applicants are required to apply via our online application form which is available on our website at https://www.inspiretrust.uk/thomas-rotherham-college-vacancies/PLEASE NOTE we operate Safer Recruitment and we do not accept CVs or CV attachments, all applicants must complete an application form in full.
Inspire Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects
all staff, other workers and volunteers to share this commitment. The Trust is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no smoking policy in all its workplaces. We undertake to make any reasonable adjustments to a job or workplace to counteract any disadvantages a disabled person may face.