Teacher of History and Modern Studies (maternity cover)St Aloysius College , City of Glasgow
Please apply before 21/01/2019 at 12:00 pm
45 Hill Street, Glasgow, G3 6RJ
Human Resources Manager
0141 332 3190
Vacancy Description / Summary
St Aloysius’ College is seeking to appoint a full time Teacher of History and Modern Studies who will inspire and motivate our pupils to ensure that they reach their full potential. The successful candidate will have a timetable of classes ranging from S1 – S6. The delivery of History will be from S1 onwards, including National 5 and Higher History. The delivery of Higher Modern Studies would also be anticipated.
The successful candidate must have the ability to plan coherent, progressive and stimulating teaching programmes matched to individual pupils’ needs; have the ability to incorporate a range of innovative and creative teaching strategies and methodology; and have experience of presentation for National Qualifications.
St Aloysius’ College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate is required to become a member of the PVG scheme.
To comply with the new regulations under The Education (Scotland) Act 2016, all teachers who commence employment at any Scottish Independent School on or after 1 October 2017 must be registered with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS), either Provisional, Provisional (Conditional) or Full. Further information can be obtained from the GTCS website.
The closing date is Monday 21st January at 12 noon.
Interviews are expected to be held on Tuesday 29th January.
The position is to cover a maternity leave and it is expected that the start date will be February 2019.
The College has a salary structure that pays over and above the national rates.
About the School
As Scotland’s only Jesuit School, St Aloysius’ College embraces a brand of Catholic education for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 which places formation of the whole person at the centre of all learning.
As soon as a child slips on the Green Blazer, he or she becomes part of an educational tradition which dates back 500 years and is practised all over the world.