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Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we are unable to confirm when interviews will take place for each role advertised and what format they may take. If you are successful at shortlisting stage, we will of course keep you informed. 

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Lecturer/Teacher in Science - Bank

Closing date: 18/06/2020 Salary: £29.73 Contract type: Bank

Hourly paid – £29.73 per hour

 

At HSDC we offer Level 2 and Level 3 Science which are vocational courses.  At Level 3 we offer the Forensic Science route and the Medical Science route. Within these courses we offer many different units. The units span a variety of subject areas: Biology Chemistry, Physics and Maths. Specific units that we are looking to be covered by this post are Diseases and Infections and Genetics and Genetic Engineering, as well as cover work as and when required.

We are looking for an organised individual with excellent communication skills who can work as part of a team. The successful candidate will have a passion for Science, excellence in teaching and learning and be a reflective practitioner who takes part in CPD.

It is preferred that you are experienced in tutoring, assessing, recording, and tracking students to ensure that they make sufficient progress. It would also be preferable for candidates to have a background in a relevant industry. Applications are sought from either experienced practitioners or those newer to the profession that have a relevant degree.

 

Interview date: tbc

Job Description

Student Adviser

Closing date: 18/06/2020 Salary: Grade 3, Point 13: £22,899.80 (actual salary £14,558.99) Contract type: Permanent

27.75 hours per week, 38 weeks per year

 

HSDC is looking for a Student Adviser to help coordinate College welfare activity to maximise attendance, retention and achievement of all students, including those facing barriers to learning. The successful candidate will have responsibility for providing an effective health and welfare triage service and pastoral support, as well as for creating and implementing student support plans, ensuring students are able to access appropriate internal and external support services. Safeguarding young people is a key part of this role and you will be expected to promote good practice in safeguarding as an active member of the safeguarding panel. You will have excellent organisation and communication skills in order to maintain your own caseload.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to play a key part in the student journey by promoting student resilience and independence through a range of planned support activities, including raising awareness of local and national health and wellbeing priorities and issues. This role will require liaison with students, specialist colleagues, welfare agencies and other stakeholders as appropriate.

Applicants must have one of the following qualifications or good experience of – Youth Work or Nursing or Public Health or Health & Wellbeing and must have (or be willing to obtain) First Aid and Designated Safeguarding Lead qualifications.

This role will be based across all three campuses, consisting of two days at the South Downs Campus, two days at the Havant Campus and will require flexibility to support Alton if & when required.

 

Interview date: tbc

Job Description

A Level Law Lecturer (Havant Campus)

Closing date: 10/06/2020 Salary: Grade 5 - £29,616.58 - £35,995.07 (actual salary £8,884.97 - £10,798.52) depending on qualifications and experience Contract type: Permanent

Part Time – 0.3 FTE

 

We are looking for an outstanding teacher to continue the long tradition of excellence in A Level Law teaching at HSDC (Havant Campus).

The Law A Level course is incredibly popular and successful; this post has become available due to increasing student numbers.  In recent years, Law students have achieved results which are well in excess of national averages for the subject.  Lessons are taught in a purpose-built Business School block, and all classrooms benefit from excellent resourcing and Smartscreen technology.  The department runs many extra opportunities for students, including trips to the Supreme Court and Parliament, a range of visiting speakers and visits, and existing staff have close relationships with local universities.  Law students routinely enter the Bar Mock Trial competition.

If you are a dynamic, engaging teacher with excellent subject knowledge who would like to work in an extremely rewarding A Level Centre of Excellence, then we would love to hear from you.

 

Interview date: tbc

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