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This is a part time permanent A-Level physics teaching role with an excellent salary banding, the college understands that to attract great talent they have to pay great salaries. Are you a great physics teacher?
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Delivery of A-Level physics in an FE College 18.5 hours per week
Co-ordination and design of programme(s) of study
Assessing learners according to established guidelines
To act as personal tutor to a group of students and provide accurate feedback on progress and outcomes to managers and students
The person & qualifications
Cert Ed/PGCE or other relevant teaching qualification
Degree in physics
English and maths to level 2
A masters degree would be desirable but not essential
Experience delivering A-Level physics
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The legal bit
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