- 45 Hill Street, G3 6RJ
- The College pay scale is in excess of the national scales for teachers within Scotland
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
TEACHER OF MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES (3-18yrs)
Modern Languages is an exceptional 3-18 department within the College, consistently achieving outstanding results and proving popular with students and parents throughout. The department currently has four teachers and is very well-resourced. French, Italian, and Spanish are the languages taught, with lessons offered from Kindergarten through to Advanced Higher.
The successful candidate for this post will have the opportunity to teach a combination of French, Italian, and Spanish at all levels, including certificated classes.
The department is dynamic, innovative, and progressive - fostering an atmosphere of achievement, enjoyment, and success. The department prides itself on achieving outstanding results in SQA examinations, but equally important is fostering an enthusiasm for modern languages from Early Years.
Staff are encouraged to develop lessons that will inspire and motivate pupils to reach their full potential. We would look to the successful candidate to pursue a variety of pedagogical approaches in class and develop resources to support lessons and courses. St Aloysius’ College also encourages staff to take advantage of continuous lifelong professional learning opportunities to update their skills and improve their knowledge.
The College pay scale is in excess of the national scales for teachers within Scotland
The College is a member of the SPPA for teachers’ pension provision.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Letters of application and a completed application form should be emailed to the Human Resources Department at email@example.com.
The application form is available from the College website and applications should be received not later than 9am on Tuesday, September 26th. Applications received after this date will not be considered. CVs are not accepted.
Interviews will take place on Monday October 2nd.
You should nominate two referees to support your application (please note referees will be asked to assess you against the person specification above rather than being generic in nature).
St Aloysius’ College places safeguarding of its pupils as its highest priority and as such references will be taken up before interviews and the successful applicant will be subject to appropriate qualification checks and advanced PVG clearance. Appropriate safeguarding and safer recruitment questions will form part of the selection process.