Vacancies/Working for us
Required for: January 2020
Teacher of Photography and Art (MPS/UPS)
Uckfield College is a highly successful and popular College in the heart of rural Sussex yet within commuting distance of Brighton, Eastbourne and the South Coast. Our College is an excellent working environment characterised by happy, well-motivated students and innovative and enthusiastic teachers.
We are looking for an inspirational and enthusiastic Teacher of Photography and Art. Applicants need to be capable of motivating students to ‘realise their potential’. Applications are invited from NQTs and experienced teachers.
For further information and a full application pack, please visit our website: www.uckfield.college or contact Christine Howell on extension 1232, email email@example.com, quoting reference P&A/09/19. An electronic application can be returned by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications should be returned to the College as soon as possible or at the latest by 10am on Monday 7th October 2019. Interviews will take place as soon as possible after this date.
East Sussex County Council is an authority committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Required for: as soon as possible
Hourly rate of £8.21 - term time only
Location: Uckfield College
Job type: Part Time, Permanent
Hours: 5 hours per day, 4.00pm to 9.00pm
Salary: £9 per hour
About the role: Our cleaning operatives play an integral part in consistently providing safe, clean and hygienic environments in which our customers can thrive.
As a Cleaning Operative you will receive a full induction, on the job training, specialist skills training and career development, along with the latest innovative cleaning equipment in the industry.
You will undertake cleaning duties as directed by the line manager to the complete satisfaction of the customer and Nviro.
If interested please contact:
Mobile: 07384 545 482
Working for us
Working at Uckfield College means joining a vibrant, dedicated and skilled team, who are committed to working collaboratively to achieve real excellence for our students. When recruiting, we place great value on employing staff who have a positive, enthusiastic outlook and who are willing to work hard and be committed to achieving the highest possible standards, which will in turn provide our students with the skills and qualifications that will set them apart in their future life.
Teaching staff at the College are expected to be Teaching and Learning ‘Activists’, in other words to be committed to continued professional development in the belief that learning is for life and that practice can always be improved and refined. We are wholly committed to our staff’s professional development and believe in providing differentiated research-based professional development that inspires, supports and challenges.
In addition to comprehensive NQT and ITT programmes, we support staff at all stages in their careers, both to keep up to date with the best practices in teaching their subject and also to support them in developing their career as leaders and managers in schools. The following gives a flavour of the significant range of CPD activities our colleagues engage with:
- Thorough induction for all new staff, including Google Apps for Education
- Personalised yearly teaching and learning focus, shared with other colleagues
- Weekly joint Professional Learning sessions with other teachers
- Teaching and Learning room and intranet resources to support the different elements of outstanding teaching and learning
- High quality INSET days and twilights
- Extensive Middle Leadership induction and development activities
- Personalised line management
- Coaching opportunities and training
- Off-site subject-specific training
- Peer observation programme
- Senior Leadership programmes, including Aspiring Headteachers
For our highly valued support staff there are regular training opportunities and a dedicated INSET day each year. We believe strongly in working collaboratively and are also proud of our our long standing participation in the Wealden Partnership. This includes joint professional learning through leadership programmes and an annual joint INSET day which brings four local secondary schools together to strive for excellence through collaboration.
Perhaps the real strength of professional development though is, more simply, the opportunity to work alongside and learn from other excellent, wholly committed colleagues on a day-to-day basis. Visitors to the College frequently comment on its warm and supportive atmosphere and the strong relationships between staff. This level of ongoing support and challenge provides the bedrock for colleagues to continue to grow professionally, so that they, as well as the students, can develop into the very best that they can be.