Teacher of Product Design – Head of Department – Thatcham, Berkshire
Salary: Dependent on Experience
Our client, a long established independent girl’s school is a school where each individual within the community matters and where relationships between staff and pupils are normal. The school is a traditional school with a sharp focus on the future.
They are recruiting a committed and inspiring teacher to lead Product Design. You should have excellent practical skills and experience of working in a range of materials and processes including CAD/CAM and electronics/systems and control.
The subject is transitioning from Resistant Materials to Product Design so it would be an advantage for candidates to have experience of electronics projects, programming PICs and using Circuit Wizard to design and produce PCBs (technician support available). You will be expected to be ICT proficient although training can be given where necessary.
You will be required to research aspects of the curriculum and prepare resources to deliver the exam content for GCSE and A Level. You should be able to promote the subject to parents and pupils and be able to organise displays, trips and outside speakers as required.
The successful candidate should be flexible and able to work as part of a team providing support and working closely with the part time teacher of Product Design.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and any offer of employment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check (DBS) and satisfactory references.
An additional allowance in place for being ‘In Charge’.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003
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