- Rossie Young Peoples Trust, DD10 9TW
- £34,354 - £42,326 per year
- Contract Type:
- Fixed Term
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
The closing date for completed applications is 9am on Monday 17 April 2023, and it is anticipated interviews will take place on Thursday 27 April 2023.
This is a temporary position to cover maternity leave from April 2023 for 12 months (exact dates to be confirmed).
Salary: £34,354 - £42,326 (P1 - P5)
Hours: 35 hours per week
Rossie is a multidisciplinary organisation which aims to help vulnerable children and young people prepare for independent living. We provide accommodation, bespoke care and individualised education, ensuring all areas of our young people’s health are being met. We have been caring for boys, aged 10-18, since 1857 and boys and girls, aged 10-18 since 1984. We are committed to helping our young people in care build strategies to cope with their past, while they prepare for their future. We deliver all our services in a safe and nurturing environment where our young people can grow, develop and thrive, at their own pace.
We are looking to recruit a Teacher, Primary or Secondary qualified, either subject specific or of General subjects, although preference will be given to candidates who have experience in teaching Science.
You will engage young people in programmes and courses of learning leading to nationally recognised Certification and Qualification. You will promote the welfare of all young people within Rossie. Meet the requirements of both local and National Advice and Legislation for learners who require Additional Support for Learning. As required, you will contribute to the continuous improvement development and delivery of all services provided by the school and contribute to the development and delivery of new cross service multi-disciplinary initiatives. The preferred candidate must also have a preparedness to develop and learn in line with organisational and role requirements.
The successful GTC registered candidate will assist in delivering A Curriculum for Excellence in a multi-disciplinary organisation.