Closing Date: Monday 04 December 2023 09:00
Salary: British Council Rates - £988.83 per month (based on 11 hours per week)
Working Pattern: Currently Tuesday and Wednesday but can be flexible
Start date: January 2024
The Prospect Trust is a leading Multi-Academy Trust in the South of England, with an aim of providing outstanding education for all learners within a family of local academies. There are currently three academies within the Trust: The Sixth Form College Farnborough, Tomlinscote School and Frimley Church of England Junior School.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)Team within an outstanding Sixth Form College. We are seeking a proactive individual to provide an excellent level of support to both staff and students in the College.
Key strengths of The Sixth Form College are:
We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate with a genuine passion for the subject who will be able to provide an excellent level of support to both students and staff at the college.
The position involves delivering weekly conversation classes for students, tracking individual student progress as well as helping with examinations. The associated job description elaborates on some of the responsibilities within the role.
The successful candidate should have excellent subject knowledge, outstanding Spanish communication skills, and will ultimately want to contribute to improving students’ achievements within the department.
Contract/Hours: 11 hours per week term time only
If you would like to have a further discussion before applying for this role please contact the HR team on team_HR@prospecttrust.org.uk
Please complete the attached application form and equality monitoring form and email all completed applications to email@example.com by 9am Monday 4th December 2024.
Early applications are encouraged, as the Trust may at its discretion elect to both interview and select candidates before the advertised closing date.
The Prospect Trust takes the control and processing of employee data very seriously and is committed to acting in line with the UK General Data Protection Regulation; please read the attached applicant privacy notice which explains how your data is processed.
Prior to the interview, an online search will be conducted by HR, to identify any past or current incidents or issues that might affect your suitability to work with children and undertake this role. Please note this online search will be carried out only on publicly available information and be limited to issues relating to your suitability to work with children and/or in an educational environment. Issues that arise will not automatically be a bar to your employment at the Trust but may be discussed with you at interview. This is in line with statutory guidance in Keeping Children Safe in Education.
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified applicants, however all disabled applicants who meet our minimum criteria will be invited for an interview.
The Prospect Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people within our care and requires all staff and volunteers to share and demonstrate this commitment. The job description fully sets out the safeguarding responsibilities of the post. Any future offer of employment remains subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including enhanced DBS clearance, a health check and references.