Computer Science Teacher

Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Date Posted:26 Jan 2021
  1. ICT / Computer Science
£120.00121 - £220 per day
  1. Long-term

Computer Science Teacher

Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

Tradewind Hull are working with one of our fantastic partnership schools in Hull, who are looking for a full time teacher of Computer Science to start in February 2021, or April 2021. This position will last until the end of the academic year, and is to cover an open vacancy, so there is the potential for a permanent position at the end of this placement. All planning and marking associated with a teaching role will be expected for this position, and for that reason the position will be paid to scale (up to M6).

You will exclusively be teaching Year 12 and 13 students, so for this reason QTS is not essential, but having a PGCE is essential. You will be teaching A Level Computer Science, and BTEC Computing (Level 2 and 3), so a strong subject knowledge in these areas are essential. There is potential for a small amount of Maths on the timetable, if the successful candidate has the skills/expertise. There is potential for a TLR in this position, with potential position of 'head of department' available for the right candidate. While there is this potential, it is by no means essential, so less experienced candidates or newly qualified candidates should still apply for the position. You will be working within a large faculty, with experienced staff members who are extremely supportive.

Easily accessible from most areas of Hull via public transport, the school is an easy commute. There is a large, free, onsite car park for those candidates who drive. Catering for over 1000 students, this large, educational establishment is region leading in its provision to Post 16 students. Having worked with this setting for a number of years, we know first hand the care taken to provide temporary staff members with a pleasant experience, ensuring that staff are integrated and settled quickly.

The role:

  • Teaching BTEC Computing to Key Stage 5 students
  • Teaching A Level Computer Science
  • Planning and marking in line with the national curriculum
  • Assessing coursework
  • Attending staff meetings and training days

Essential requirements:
A teaching qualification (PGCE or equivalent)

All work with Tradewind requires a DBS on the update service, and collection of at least two verified references.

An up to date CV with a 10 year career history

Legal Right to Work in the UK

Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this great position as a Computer Science Teacher in Hull. Or for more information about the role, contact Alex Bateman on 01482 238878 or

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