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Return completed application forms to: admin@healthfuturesutc.co.uk or post to: Mrs A Guest, Health Futures UTC, 350 High Street, West Bromwich, B70 8DJ.

Post:              Teacher of Sociology and Health

Salary:           £22,917 to £39,401 (part-time considered)

Start Date:    January  2021

Health Futures UTC is pleased to offer an outstanding individual the opportunity to join us in our exciting journey as we grow and develop.

All students in Key Stage 4 study health and social care and sociology is offered as a social science option at GCSE and is a popular choice at A level.

The curriculum at Health Futures is designed around care values and, in addition to their academic studies, our students complete projects which are designed with our employer partners and enable students to develop their employability skills.  The projects allow students to utilise our state-of the art facilities which includes a simulated hospital ward. All of our staff are involved in these projects, which add an exciting dimension to the curriculum.

You will be an outstanding teacher of sociology and will work across our social sciences and health teams, led by two members of our extended leadership team, to design and deliver the sociology curriculum to meet the needs and interests of our students.  Experience of teaching health and social care is preferred but not essential.  It is expected that the successful candidate will contribute to the delivery of health and social care at Key Stage 4 and/or Key Stage 5.

Working with a tight-knit group of committed staff, your professional opportunities will be second to none as we develop our provision together and ensure the best possible outcomes and experience for our students. This combined with our partnership with the University of Wolverhampton and other providers ensures that you will have every opportunity to develop your career and gain further qualifications.

Established with the backing of the University of Wolverhampton and in partnership with a wide range of health sector employer partners, including all West Midlands NHS Trusts and the West Midlands Ambulance Service, Health Futures is responding to the identified skills gap that is preventing local young people taking up the varied and valuable career paths in this sector.

As the welfare and safeguarding of our pupils is paramount, this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you are excited by the opportunity that Health Futures presents for its students and staff and want to be part of our success story then go to our website for more information and our application form: www.healthfuturesutc.co.uk.

For an informal discussion about the role, or to arrange a visit please contact us on 0121 794 2888.

Closing date for applications: Noon on Monday 26th October 2020

 Interviews will take place online the following week.

Teacher Job Description      Teacher Person Specification

Post:              Exam Invigilator

Salary:           £8.72 per hour

Start Date:    As and when required

Hours:          As and when required

Based in West Bromwich, Health Futures prepares students aged 14 – 19 for a range of health-related careers that span the NHS, Public Health, public sector agencies, private industries, voluntary, charitable and community organisations – locally and nationally.  We are pleased to offer an outstanding individual the opportunity to join us as we go into the spring term of our fourth year. As a health and science focused school you can expect state of the art facilities and students who are keen to learn science in order to follow a range of careers in health and medical fields.

Established with the backing of the University of Wolverhampton and in partnership with a wide range of health sector employer partners, including all West Midlands NHS Trusts, WM Ambulance Service and the Mid-counties Co-operative Pharmacy, Health Futures is responding to the identified skills gap that is preventing local young people taking up the varied and valuable career paths in this sector.

Health Futures UTC has vacancies for a number of Exam Invigilators. The majority of hours will be worked, as and when required, during May and June each year although there is the opportunity to assist with mock exams at other times during the year.

The invigilator plays a crucial role in the smooth running of exams. The school is seeking applicants who are calm and responsible. All exams take place within the guidelines set down by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and training will be given to the successful candidates. Preferably with an educational background or an interest in education, the successful candidates will relate positively to all learners, be extremely reliable and flexible with good verbal communication skills, and comfortable addressing large groups of students.

All staff are responsible for the welfare and safeguarding of our pupils, therefore, this post is subject to enhanced DBS and prohibition checks.

NOR: At full capacity - 600
Age range: 14-19

For more information about Health Futures UTC and for our application form please visit our website at: www.healthfuturesutc.co.uk. Or for an informal discussion about the role, or to arrange a visit please contact us on 0121 794 2888.

Invigilator Job Description                        Invigilator Person Specification

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