Teacher of Maths

Permanent Full time or part time considered (please specify min/max/ideal proportion of full time in your application)
Sixth Form Colleges’ Association Teaching Scale Points 1-9, currently £30,500 - £47,133 pro rata

Job Description

An opportunity has arisen to work at an Ofsted Outstanding sixth form college. Wyke Sixth Form College is recognised for its educational excellence, placed in the top 5% for progression at A level and ranked the second highest provider of students to Oxbridge in the Yorkshire and Humber region. The college’s reputation attracts students from across Kingston-upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. Wyke has grown significantly over the last decade, accommodating 2400 exclusively level three students on a modern £30M university-style campus. At Wyke, we put the student first and all decisions centre around staff working together to meet their best interests. 97% of our current teachers and support staff recommend working here. Come and join the amazing learning culture that creates “The Wyke Experience”.

Wyke is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and inspiring teacher to join this highly skilled and experienced maths team, providing excellent quality education for our students. The college offers A-level Maths and Further Maths, CORE Maths, CTEC Extended Certificate in Engineering, GCSE Maths, and from September 2024, A-level Statistics. We are looking for a teacher who can teach on the A-level Maths course, alongside other courses that we offer, dependent on their skills and experience.  

The successful candidate will:

• be keen to embrace our culture of high standards and commitment to development.

• be a well-qualified teacher, skilled in delivering engaging lessons that draw the best performance from students.

• have the ability to build great relationships, understanding the factors that lead to high levels of student achievement.

• not be required to teach on all the maths courses but should be able to teach up to AS Mathematics.

We offer a forward-thinking, welcoming college with supportive management and a modern environment. Benefits include a strong programme of staff development and membership of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme. We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and we welcome applications from a diverse range of applicants. We would love our staff ethnicity and cultural profile to closely match the student population we serve.

We welcome potential applicants to tour the college and meet members of the Faculty between 8a.m. and 3.30p.m. on either Thursday 4th April, or Friday 5th April. If you do wish to visit prior to application or interview, please call reception to book a time slot.

The College takes safeguarding extremely seriously and a full range of pre-employment checks as set out in Keeping Children Safe in Education including a satisfactory enhanced DBS with barred list check and an online search will be required for this post. All posts at the College are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and it is an offence for those barred from working with children to even apply for a role at the College.

For further details and an application form please see below or visit www.wyke.ac.uk/about-wyke/staff-vacancies . If you have any queries about applying for the role or require paper copies of the information, please contact personnel@wyke.ac.uk, or call 01482 346347.

The closing date for received applications is 9a.m. on Friday 12th April.