Post: Science Teacher Apply by: Friday 5th May 2023 Job start: September 2023, or earlier when all vetting procedures are complete. Salary: Dependent on qualifications, skills, experience; MIGSG has its own payscale. Are you an inspirational and highly motived teacher who makes teaching Science come alive and takes students to another realm! Are you ready for a new direction and prepared to make a difference. Then share our aim to deliver an outstanding curriculum within an Islamic environment. Manchester Islamic Grammar School for Girls is an independent all girls 11 – 16 secondary school located to the south-east of Manchester City Centre, in Chorlton. We are a relatively small school of approximately 240 students, and have been rated outstanding at our last three inspections. Science is taught in small groups of students who are respectful, responsive and eager to learn. The successful candidate will:
- Have an appropriate teaching qualification and be qualified to degree level
- Be able to teach Science to Key Stage 3 & 4.
- Be passionate about Science, and committed to delivering lessons that will engage, enthuse and motivate our learners to succeed.
- Have excellent interpersonal and presentational skills
- Differentiate teaching to suit learners of different abilities
- Be forward-thinking, inspirational and receptive to change
- Be able to work independently
We follow the Manchester City Council calendar for term dates, but additional leave for Ramadhan, Eid and the Day of Arafat is offered where these festivals occur during term time. Chorlton is a vibrant area and has easy access to the tram and bus station. Applications from both ECTs and experienced teachers are welcome. In return, we offer an excellent environment of small teaching groups, where students are respectful, responsive and willing to learn, free from distractions from disengaged students. Normal school holidays apply, but additional holidays are given to accommodate the school’s faith. If you are as passionate and motivated by this challenge as we are, and think this might be the role for you, please download an application form and job description from our school website at www.migsg.miet.co.uk. Please note: only shortlisted applicants will be contacted, if you have not been contacted regarding an interview within two weeks you will have been unsuccessful. We retain the right to close the deadline early than advertised due to volume of applications Please do not apply on Indeed as we will only accept completed MIGSG application forms which must be returned with a supporting statement (maximum 2 A4 pages) to the Headteacher’s PA, Yasmeen Khan, email@example.com and Deputy Head Mrs Smart firstname.lastname@example.org at the email provided. Deadline for applications: Friday 5th May 2023 by 12pm Safeguarding Recruitment Statement: We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. The successful candidate must be willing to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), including checks with past employers. Please note that new guidance in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022 requires us to also carry out an online search as part of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates. This is to enable us to identify any incidents or issues which have happened and are publicly available online which we might want to explore at interview. Once shortlisting has taken place, this search will be carried out for all candidates who confirm they will attend an interview. All applicants must be permitted to work in the UK and hold a relevant Passport / work permit where necessary. If you have lived or worked outside of the UK in the last 5 years, the Trust will also require additional information and a Certificate of Good Conduct /Police Clearance from the country abroad you worked/ stayed at, in order to comply with safer recruitment requirements. Any job offer will be conditional on the satisfactory completion of all the necessary pre-employment checks and receipt of satisfactory references. This post will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The amendments to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 [exceptions] Order 1975 provides that when applying for certain jobs and activities certain convictions and cautions are considered protected. This means that they do not need to be disclosed to employers and, if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed can be found in ‘Changes to the Criminal Records System November 2020.docx Page 2’ on the Ministry of Justice Website and the websites of charities NACRO and UNLOCK. At the shortlisting stage candidates will be required to complete a self- declaration form regarding their criminal record (unless ‘protected’) and will also be required to submit any information that would make them unsuitable to work with children. Any such information will be treated in strictest confidence and used only in consideration of the suitability of the post. Criminal convictions will not automatically exclude you from being considered unless they fall within the threshold of being relevant and unsuitability, and will be considered on a case by case basis or as defined by the Department for Education. It is an offence to apply for a post engaging in regulated activity relevant to children if you are barred from working with children. We retain the right to close the advert before the listed closing date based on application volumes. Please note we will only contact shortlisted applicants. THIS POST IS SUBJECT TO AN ENHANCED DBS CHECK WITH CHILDRENS BARRED LIST.
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