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Teacher Of Science - Full-time

Waterfront UTC, Chatham

  • Ref:KCC886-4022-74T
  • Posted:04/04/2019
  • Pay:MPS/UPS
  • Start Date:Sep 2019
  • App Close Date:03/05/2019 at 18:00
  • Interviews:w/b 3rd May

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for an exceptional Teacher of Science in a STEM specialist school. This post may be suitable for a new entrant to the profession, or for an experienced and unqualified teacher looking to gain further experience and train as a qualified teacher.

Waterfront UTC is the provider of an exciting blend of education specialising in the Engineering & Construction industries, and is supported by an extensive network of employer organisations operating in these areas. Our students have proven to be responsible, mature and career driven individuals who want to succeed and are a pleasure to teach. Science is one of the subjects that underpins the STEM activities and careers aspirations of our students and is such a key department for our school.

All members of staff are expected to be a professional and active member of the Academy community working as part of the team to raise standards, improve outcomes and opportunities for all Students and promote a lifelong love of learning.

Candidates are encouraged to contact the school directly for an informal discussion and tour with the Principal before making an application. Please contact Jade Legge, EA to the Principal, on 01634 505800 or j.legge@waterfront-that.org.uk to arrange a meeting.

The UTC originally opened in September 2015 as ‘Medway UTC’ but, since working with The Howard Academy Trust, the school has recently been re-launched as a fresh start school, ‘Waterfront UTC’, to continue its ongoing development which is proving to be very successful. Through employer partnerships, Waterfront UTC is a school that offers each student the opportunity of clear employment routes, whilst providing a strong traditional education. At Waterfront UTC, students are developed to be employable young professionals.

If you believe you have the required skills and experience to be part of the team driving forward the outcomes for young engineers, we want to hear from you.

Information about the school

Waterfront UTC offers clear routes to employment through professional and technical pathways. It is the only exclusive 14-19 provider and is unique in its approach.

We offer focussed opportunities for every individual student. We have bespoke relationships with Industry and Higher Education. We have some of the region’s largest employers and the University of Greenwich, working with us on site at Waterfront UTC, signposting our students to success.

We are in the business of growing the next world class generation of engineers, entrepreneurs, business leaders and highly prized technical workers. We do this by offering students an experience that is not available in any other educational environment.

We are offering young people outstanding technical qualifications in Engineering, Construction and The Built Environment, alongside more traditional subjects.

The UTC originally opened in September 2015 as ‘Medway UTC’ but, since working with The Howard Academy Trust, the school has recently been re-launched as ‘Waterfront UTC’ to continue its ongoing development which is proving to be very successful. Through employer partnerships, Waterfront UTC is a school that offers each student the opportunity of clear employment routes, whilst providing a strong traditional education. At Waterfront UTC, students are developed to be employable young professionals.

Further details can be found on their website: www.waterfront-that.org.uk

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Fax: 1634505800

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Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.