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Examiner- GCE A Level – English Literature 2016 Specification job in  London, South East England

Examiner- GCE A Level – English Literature 2016 Specification job in  London, South East England
  • PublishedNovember 21, 2022

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Examiner- GCE A Level – English Literature (2016 Specification)

Reference: Ex(NSGCE)EngLit

A GCE English Literature (2016 Specification) Examiner will mark candidates’ responses in accordance with the pre-defined mark scheme, whilst adhering to conditions of recognition and examination procedures. Most subjects will be marked onscreen using ePEN, which can be done from home. A few subjects are still marked in the traditional method, using paper scripts sent through the post. A high level of subject knowledge is necessary in order to apply the mark scheme. Each examiner will receive an agreed allocation of scripts.

We are also looking for:

Responsibilities

  • To mark accurately and consistently to ensure overall standards are maintained
  • To submit samples to your Team Leader at designated times
  • To ensure milestones for marking are adhered to
  • To ensure all administration is completed as specified

Qualifications needed

  • You will have a degree or equivalent
  • You will be a qualified teacher

Experience needed

You will have at least one year’s full time teaching experience in the relevant subject and qualification, in the last 12 years.

If you are applying for the following:

  • 8ET0/02 (AS Level)
  • 9ET0/02 (A2 Level)

Please note, although there is no requirement to read all the texts in the specification for this qualification, as an Examiner you will be assigned to a specific group of questions. This will require being thoroughly familiar with all the texts attached to each of these groups. Many of these are, however, well-known and widely taught, and you will be given extensive support both during training and the exam series itself in marking responses on these texts.

Competencies required

  • You will have the ability to work well under pressure
  • You will have the ability to meet deadlines
  • You will have a high level of subject knowledge in order to apply the mark scheme

Additional information

  • The marking period is between May – July.
  • The training required to mark as an examiner will take place between May and June.

About Pearson

We value the power of inclusive culture and embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do. Pearson promotes a company culture where differences are embraced as strengths, opportunities are equal and accessible, consideration and respect are the norm. Through our talent, we believe that diversity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant company. People are at the centre of our company. We are committed to a sustainable environment and workplace ecosystem where talent can learn, grow, and thrive. We provide content, assessment and digital services to learners, educational institutions, employers, governments and other partners globally. We are the UK’s largest awarding body and offer qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked, with educational excellence rooted in a range of General and Vocational courses.

Science Teacher – Chester job in  Wirral, Merseyside

  Wirral, Merseyside

 Temporary, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Science Teacher

Chester

Academics are supporting a number of secondary schools across Chester and the surrounding areas and we are looking to recruit a qualified Science Teacher for both short and long term roles starting ASAP and January 2023.

Outstanding and passionate Science teachers are always in high demand – if you’re a qualified Science Teacher looking for a new and exciting role get in touch with Academic today!

Whether you’re looking for a long term role or something shorter term we seek out the roles that you want!

As a Science teacher working through Academics you will need:

– Qualified Teacher Status

– Outstanding subject knowledge with experience of teaching Science up to GCSE

– NQT’s are encouraged to apply

In return Academics can offer you:

– Excellent rates of pay

– Access to FREE training

– Your own dedicated consultant who will provide you with ongoing support from our first phone call and beyond

Interested in working for an agency that seeks out the roles you want?

Apply Today!

Required skills

Inclusion Assistant job in Leeds, West Yorkshire

 Leeds, West Yorkshire

 Permanent, full-time or part-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Inclusion Assistant – Leeds

We are currently working with multiple schools and SEN settings in the Leeds area who are searching for an Inclusion Assistant to start as soon as possible and looking to continue into July 2023 and onwards!

As an Inclusion assistant, you should show a real passion for supporting learners and young adults with various Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH). You will be able to demonstrate a level of resilience in work, be able to think on your feet and act/respond quickly to challenging behaviour, but most importantly be able to build meaningful and nurturing relationships with the students.

You will be able to demonstrate and implement behaviour management techniques both inside the classroom and around the educational setting, to help promote learner growth and development throughout their school day within a safe and structure learning environment.

As an Inclusion assistant, you are responsible to work alongside teachers, managers and other classroom staff in order to support the learners and young adults in a constructive and controlled learning environment, both inside the classroom and around the setting.

The Role:

  • Creating a safe, structured, and nurturing learning environment for the learners and young adults involved.
  • Working within a supportive staff grouping where everyone follows the same standards and ethos.
  • Gaining first-hand experience within the SEN/BESD sector.

Requirements:

  • A DBS on the update service (We can advise on this) (Essential)
  • Experience working with SEMH/SEN students with challenging behaviour.
  • Team Teach Certificate (Within the last 2 years) (Essential).

Ideal Candidate:

  • A varied knowledge of the national curriculum and basic classroom learning strategies.
  • The ability to apply sensible and suitable behaviour management strategies when dealing with challenging/high-risk behaviour.
  • The ability to build trust-worthy relationships, both with learners/young adults and staff within a team.
  • If you have the experience and skills that are appropriate for the role of a behavioural/Inclusion assistant, then please apply with your full CV. If you require any further information or have any questions regarding potential roles, please contact

George Walton at Veritas Education (Leeds) on or email

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR VERITAS EDUCATION

  • All applications are subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, professional reference checks, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) in line with our stringent safeguarding policy
  • Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and all employment breaks must be explained
  • You must have legal right to work in the UK
  • You must be willing to attend a registration interview

Veritas Education work with a variety of schools covering a wide geographical area. We deal with teaching placements at Primary, Secondary and college level as well as support staff positions also within these.

Disclaimer

‘Nothing within the above advert was in any way designed or intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Veritas Education is an Equal opportunities employer and is proud in the knowledge that all placements are made on merit and suitability. We accept applications from all sections of the community.’

Required skills

  • challenging behaviour
  •  1:1 support
  •  team teach
  •  restraint trained
  •  behaviour support
  •  behavioural needs
  •  child-care
  •  Price trained
  •  inclusion support
  •  ADHD support

 Science Teacher – Warrington job in  Warrington, Cheshire

 Warrington, Cheshire

 Contract, full-time or part-time

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Science Teacher

Warrington

Due to the high demand for Science Teachers Academics are looking to recruit a passionate and engaging teacher of Science for both short and long term roles in Warrington and the surrounding areas starting ASAP and January 2023.

You will be responsible for teaching Science in either the planned or the unplanned absence of the usual class teacher to pupils across KS3 & KS4.

You must have recent experience of teaching Science up to GCSE within a secondary school setting.

Whether you are looking for flexible work or something more long term and secure Academics will work to help you find the right role for you.

To work as an Science Teacher for Academics, you will need:

  • QTS
  • Excellent subject knowledge
  • Recent experience of teaching Science up to GCSE and/or Alevel
  • An enhanced DBS registered to the update service or be willing to get one

In return Academics can offer you:

  • Excellent daily rates of pay
  • Work you want, when you want it!
  • access to other opportunities

Are you interested in hearing more?

APPLY TODAY for this incredible opportunity!

All suitable applicants will be subject to a registration interview, 2 years worth of referencing and must either hold or be willing to get an Enhanced DBS registered to the update service.

Required skills

  • SCIENCE TEACHER
  •  CHEMISTRY TEACHER
  •  BIOLOGY TEACHER
  •  PHYSICS TEACHER
  •  TEACHER OF SCIENCE

Graduate Youth Worker job in  Watford, Hertfordshire

 Watford, Hertfordshire

 Contract, full-time

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Are you a recent Criminology or Sociology Graduate with a passion for working with young people who have a range of Complex Needs?

Are you an aspiring social worker or youth rehabilitation officer?

Do you have experience working with young people in a supporting role?

If the answer is yes, then this role will be the perfect platform for the successful candidate to kick start their career through gaining valuable experience working with young people with complex socio-economic needs and challenges through paid work.

Criminology/Sociology Graduates Wanted!

This is a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring youth justice worker, prison liaison officer or behaviour mentor, amongst other career pathways, to gain quality, first-hand experience in a specialist school environment in Watford.

In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with a wide array of SEMH needs, Autism and students with complex needs that will also require support with personal care. The schools we work with will be closely matched to your skills, interests and career aspirations.

Summary:

  • Graduate Youth Worker.
  • Watford
  • Specialist and Mainstream role.
  • Long term full time contract
  • ASAP start.
  • £380 per week
  • Education and Training

The Role:

  • Providing assistance and supervision for children’s behaviour during the school day.
  • Assisting children to understand and participate in class.
  • Assisting with note taking while supporting literacy and numeracy.
  • Working with a class, a small group or individual learners.
  • Encouraging the development of social skills and supporting students’ individual needs
  • Helping to build confidence and motivation
  • Participating in team meetings and training programmes as an active member of a team
  • Maintaining progress records
  • Supporting regulations pertaining to safeguarding.

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Required skills

  • Autism
  •  Mental Health
  •  SEo

Music Teacher – Wirral job in  Wirral, Merseyside

 Wirral, Merseyside

 Contract, full-time or part-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Academics require a qualified Music Teacher who is able to teach the music curriculum to GCSE/A-Level on a daily supply, short-term and long-term supply basis within our local schools on The Wirral and the surrounding areas starting in ASAP and January 2023.

The Ideal music teacher will have:

  • QTS
  • A reliable and flexible approach to work
  • Experience of teaching the music curriculum to GCSE/A-level in a secondary school environment
  • Outstanding behavioural and classroom management
  • Excellent subject knowledge

In Return you will receive:

  • Competitive pay rates
  • Your own dedicated and specialist consultant
  • Flexible work to suit you
  • A local friendly office, with a local feel
  • Access to permanent positions

If you are an qualified music teacher looking for a new role, APPLY TODAY!

All Teachers are subject to standard safeguarding and employment checks including a registration interview and DBS check. Academics Ltd is an employment business.

We welcome the opportunity to represent you and help you find your perfect role!

Required skills

  • Music Teacher

Examiner – International GCSE – Global Citizenship 2017 Specification  job in   London, South East England

   London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Examiner – International GCSE – Global Citizenship (2017 Specification)

Reference: Ex/iGCSE/GCIT/2017spec

An International GCSE Global Citizenship (2017 Specification) Examiner marks candidates’ responses in accordance with the pre-defined mark scheme, whilst adhering to conditions of recognition and examination procedures. Most subjects will be marked onscreen using ePEN, which can be done from home. A few subjects are still marked in the traditional method, using paper scripts sent through the post. A high level of subject knowledge is necessary in order to apply the mark scheme. Each examiner will receive an agreed allocation of scripts.

Responsibilities

  • To mark accurately and consistently to ensure overall standards are maintained
  • To submit samples to your Team Leader at designated times
  • To ensure milestones for marking are adhered to
  • To ensure all administration is completed as specified

Experience/qualifications needed

  • You will have one academic year’s worth of teaching experience:
  • a. within the last 8 years
  • b. within the relevant qualification subject
  • c. since qualifying as a teacher
  • You will have a degree or equivalent
  • You will be a qualified teacher

Competencies required

  • You will have the ability to work well under pressure
  • You will have the ability to meet deadlines
  • You will have a high level of subject knowledge in order to apply the mark scheme

Additional information

  • The marking period is between May – July.
  • The training required to mark as an examiner will take place between May and June.

About Pearson

We value the power of inclusive culture and embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do. Pearson promotes a company culture where differences are embraced as strengths, opportunities are equal and accessible, consideration and respect are the norm. Through our talent, we believe that diversity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant company. People are at the centre of our company. We are committed to a sustainable environment and workplace ecosystem where talent can learn, grow, and thrive. We provide content, assessment and digital services to learners, educational institutions, employers, governments and other partners globally. We are the UK’s largest awarding body and offer qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked, with educational excellence rooted in a range of General and Vocational courses.

Teaching Assistant/Learning Support job in  North West England, England

  North West England, England

 Contract, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Are you looking for a great opportunity to work with students in Reception to Year 5? Do you have a passion for working with special needs?

Perhaps you are considering a career in education and would like to gain some school- based experience first?

ABOUT THE ROLE

SANZA Teaching Agency are currently recruiting on behalf of a thriving and vibrant school in West London who are looking for a Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant to work with students from Reception to Year 5 who have Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The school is a mainstream school that has a provision within it for students with special needs. The student can display some challenging behaviour, so the school is ideally looking for someone who is experienced. The experience does not need to be extensive however, as the school also recognises that someone with the right personality and attitude could also adapt to the role quickly and be successful.

ABOUT YOU

The ideal candidate…

  • Must be proactive
  • Must be able to use initiative and not have to wait for instruction from the teacher
  • Would ideally have experience in a similar role
  • Be able to build positive relationships
  • Genuinely care about supporting teaching, learning and young people with special needs

The school is looking to trial ASAP, so please apply immediately if you are interested!

Click ‘Apply Now’ to be considered for this great position, or contact Lauren McNaught on or alternatively send an updated CV to

Required skills

  • Teaching assistant

1:1 Teaching Assistant  job in  North West England, England

  North West England, England

 Contract, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Are you looking for a great opportunity to support a vulnerable child? Do you have a passion for working with youth and really want to make a difference?

ABOUT THE ROLE

SANZA Teaching Agency are currently recruiting on behalf of a thriving and vibrant school in West London who are looking for a Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a girl in Year 5 who has social, emotional and mental health needs. The student displays challenging behaviour and needs a strong but nurturing person to assist her with her day-to-day schooling. We are seeking someone who has a genuine passion for supporting a vulnerable child.

The role is to start in January 2023 and the school is looking to trial and secure the ideal candidate ASAP.

ABOUT THE SCHOOL

The school is a large and vibrant 3-form entry school in Hillingdon that aims to equip students with a thirst for learning and is driven by enthusiastic teachers who are committed to making a difference.

ABOUT YOU

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have experience in dealing with challenging behaviour
  • Have a good understanding of social, emotional and mental health needs
  • Be patient
  • Be warm, calm and nurturing
  • Able to enforce routine and boundaries
  • Be kind, intuitive and have a good sense of humour!

Click ‘Apply Now’ to be considered for this great position, or contact Lauren McNaught on or alternatively send an updated CV to

Required skills

  • 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Examiner – GCSE Russian 2017 Specification  job in  London, South East England

  London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time or part-time

Examiner – GCSE Russian (2017 Specification)

Reference: LTL/Ex/GCSE/Russian/2017spec

A GCSE Russian (2017 Specification) Examiner marks candidates’ responses in accordance with the pre-defined mark scheme, whilst adhering to conditions of recognition and examination procedures. Most subjects will be marked onscreen using ePEN, which can be done from home. A few subjects are still marked in the traditional method, using paper scripts sent through the post. A high level of subject knowledge is necessary in order to apply the mark scheme. Each examiner will receive an agreed allocation of scripts.

Responsibilities

  • To mark accurately and consistently to ensure overall standards are maintained
  • To submit samples to your Team Leader at designated times
  • To ensure milestones for marking are adhered to
  • To ensure all administration is completed as specified

Experience/qualifications needed

  • You will have a degree or equivalent
  • You will be a qualified teacher. We will accept qualifications obtained in the UK and overseas
  • You will hold a minimum of 5 months part time teaching experience of the relevant qualification and subject, within the last 10 years. This experience must be obtained within the UK
  • We will consider applicants who do not have teaching experience but who have assessment experience with a recognised UK exam board, within the last 5 years. This assessment experience must be relevant to the qualification and subject being applied for.

Competencies required

  • You will have the ability to work well under pressure
  • You will have the ability to meet deadlines
  • You will have a high level of subject knowledge in order to apply the mark scheme

Additional information

  • The marking period is between May – July.
  • The training required to mark as an examiner will take place between May and June.

We are also looking for:

About Pearson

Welcome to Pearson, the world’s leading learning company. We have a simple mission: to help people make more of their lives through learning.We are the UK’s largest awarding body and offer qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked, with educational excellence rooted in a range of General and Vocational courses.

We value the power of inclusive culture and embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do. Pearson promotes a company culture where differences are embraced as strengths, opportunities are equal and accessible, consideration and respect are the norm. Through our talent, we believe that diversity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant company. People are at the centre of our company. We are committed to a sustainable environment and workplace ecosystem where talent can learn, grow, and thrive.

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