Health & Social Care Teacher - Part time

Career overview

Line Manager: Curriculum Performance Director
Job Purpose: To ensure that the young people in your classes have a rewarding and challenging experience whilst developing to their full potential. To be
responsible for maximising the results for each of your classes.
Salary Grade: Point 1 - 9
Salary: Between £18,716 to £30,998
Appointment: Permanent, 0.8FTE

Roles & Responsibilities

We are looking for two teaching practitioner (one part time and one full time) who can join our small team to teach Health and Social Care BTEC L2 and L3 (A-Level).

The successful applicant will need to be able to apply a range of teaching strategies to engage and motivate our students, who come a variety of different ethnic and social backgrounds, and
to encouraging them to thinkin an analytical way. Liaison with external partners in establishing work placement opportunities and arranging interesting and informative trips are also key.  
In addition to the delivery of lessons and the marking of assignments, teachers are expected to keep up to date with industry changes and adapt resources accordingly, to create Schemes of
Work, to attend Parents Evenings and Open Days.  

The  department  is  well  resourced and  although  teachers are generally  solely  responsible  for their  own  teaching  groups,  we  do  actively  encourage  a  collaborative  approach  whereby
resources,  materials  and  good  practice  are  shared.  Teaching  rooms  are  equipped  with computer facilities to enable independent research and smart boards for interactive delivery
of lessons.

Performance data will be used extensively to evaluate students’ performance and progress and to  set  and  communicate  appropriate  targets  to  challenge  them  to  achieve,  including  literacy
and numeracy targets.   

If you have a focus on raising student attainment and a passion for Health and Social Care and are  looking  to  work  in  an  environment  that  values  the  learning  of  students  and  the development of teachers, we would welcome an application from you.



  • An Honours degree in H&SC or other relevant subject (or equivalent level qualification)
  • A recognised, appropriate teaching qualification (PGCE, B.Ed or equivalent)
  • Previous experience of teaching BTEC L3 (however NQTs and direct graduates will be considered)
  • Knowledge of H&SC and of recent legal changes in the field
  • Energy and enthusiasm
  • An excellent classroom practitioner
  • Ability to relate to and communicate with 16 - 19-year-old students from a wide range of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds in a sensitive and responsive manner
  • Ability to work with students of mixed ability
  • Proven ability to work to deadlines
  • Excellent self-motivation and initiative
  • Well organised
  • Willingness to lead the development work of the team
  • A commitment to the positive encouragement of students and to the expectation of high standards
  • Knowledge and experience of a range of different teaching styles
  • An ability and willingness to work out of hours when required, for open days, parents’ evenings etc.


  • Experience of successful 16 - 19 teaching, but NQTs will be considered
  • Experience of BTEC/CTEC L2 qualifications
  • Up to date knowledge of innovative approaches
  • Experience in a work based setting relating to health and social care


Applications will close Sunday, 4th November 2018 at Midnight.

If you would like to apply for this position please download:  Application Form