Science Technician / Senior Science Technician

The College are seeking to recruit two science technicians:

Post 1: Science Technician (Chemistry)

Post 2: Science Technician (Physics)

For a suitably experienced and qualified candidate, the position of Senior Science Technician is also available.  This senior role can be applied for by candidates alongside either the chemistry or physics roles.

Post 3: Senior Science Technician (Chemistry)

Post 4: Senior Science Technician (Physics)

Please make clear on your supporting statement which role you are applying for.  If you wish to apply for more than one role, please complete a separate application form for each position for which you would like to be considered.

Permanent Contract, Full time 37 hours per week

The salary for both posts 1 and 2 is within range 4 - 6 of the NJC pay spine for Support Staff £18,645-£19,382 per annum (annual progression dependent upon successful Performance Development Review), reduced to £16,059.79 - £16,694.60 pro rata to reflect reduced weeks contract

The salary for both posts 3 and 4 is within range 7-9 of the NJC pay spine for Support Staff £19,782-£21,141 per annum (annual progression dependent upon successful Performance Development Review), reduced to £17,039.14 - £18,209.70 pro rata to reflect reduced weeks contract

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and forward-thinking scientist to join the technician team in our outstanding college.  At Huddersfield New College, we strive to ensure that every student receives an outstanding quality of education, one which enables them to progress successfully to the university, employer or apprenticeship of their choice.  Science technicians play a key role in supporting teachers and students to learn about and practise essential scientific skills across a range of programmes.  They take huge pride in their work, they are meticulous and innovative and offer an exemplary level of service and care to teachers and students alike.

The closing date for this vacancy is midday on 1st November 2021. The interview and assessment date for this post is TBC.

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Teacher of A Level Drama (Maternity Cover)

 

Fixed Term, 0.55FTE, 13 hours part- time over 3 half days.


Salary: SFC range 1 – 9 for teaching staff (dependent on experience), which is currently £25,570 - £41,732 (pay award pending per annum), reduced pro rata to £14,145.11 - £23,085.79.

 

This post is suitable for experienced A Level Drama Teachers. Start date: Anticipated December 2021.

We are seeking to appoint a talented and enthusiastic A Level Drama Teacher.

The Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Literature is one of the highest performing areas in the College and results are consistently above Sixth Form College averages both for raw outcomes and value added.  In addition to Drama, the Faculty team delivers A Levels in Philosophy, Ethics & Religion, History, Geography, French, Spanish, English (Literature and combined), and GCSE English.  The team consists of 14 teachers and 2 languages assistants who work collaboratively to ensure that students receive an enjoyable, challenging learning experience and realise their full potential. 

The interview and assessment date for this post is Thursday 18th November.

The closing date for this vacancy is midday 29th October.

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HNC is genuinely a supportive and welcoming place to work. We understand that happy, healthy staff are ones that can excel in their work. Working at a College can be really demanding, but we also believe that a work life balance for employees is vital. HNC is an incredibly rewarding environment where you will be part of something that transforms lives!

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Recruitment policies pertaining to staff recruitment are below:

Huddersfield New College is ‘Disability Confident Leader’ employer and we are committed to fulfilling the disability provisions of the Equality Act 2010.  All disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria for a post will be offered an interview and we will make all reasonable adjustments to enable you to attend the interview. We are committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding young people and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service certificate will be required for all posts. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community.

 

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