Blessed John Henry Newman RC College – Person Specification Subject Teacher

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Blessed John Henry Newman RC College
Subject Teacher – Person Specification
[A]
Training and Qualifications
Essential or
Desirable
How/when
measured
Qualified teacher status
E
Degree or equivalent
E
Commitment to personal/professional development
E
A/I/R
Practising Catholic
D
A/I
[B]
A (Certificate)
A
(Certificate)
Experience of Teaching
Essential or
Desirable
How/when
measured
Experience of teaching KS3 and KS4 students
E
A/I/R
Experience of delivering AS/A Level
D
A/I/R
[C]
Professional Knowledge and Understanding
Applicants should be able to demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of the following
areas relevant to the phase and to Catholic education:
Essential or
Desirable
How/when
measured
Secure knowledge and understanding of the concepts and skills in own
subject
E
A/I/R
Clear understanding of the secondary curriculum and its assessment
E
A/I/R
Ability to employ a range of effective teaching, learning styles and
assessment methods
E
A/I/R
Ability to use assessment data to inform planning and set targets
D
A/I/R
Strong command of subject area
D
A/I/R
Ability to access and use classroom relevant research and inspection
evidence to improve teaching and learning
D
A/I/R
The distinctive nature of a Catholic school
E
A/I/R
[D]
Personal and Professional Skills, Qualities and Attributes
Applicants should be able to provide evidence that they have the necessary qualities and attributes
required by the post. These qualities may be demonstrated in a letter of application, however, it is
more likely that they will be more fully assessed during the interview process and from the
references. Within the context of a Catholic school applicants should be able to:
Essential or
Desirable
How/when
measured
Commitment to developing and enhancing the schools Catholic Ethos
E
A/I
Ability to raise achievement for all
E
A/I/R
Commitment to ensuring excellent standards of behaviour at all times
E
A/I/R
Good communication skills
E
A/I/R
Commitment to role of tutor for a group of students and the benefits of
pastoral care
E
A/I/R
Experience of teaching a range of courses including KS3, GCSE, AS and A2
and applied courses
D
A/I/R
High expectations of students and colleagues
E
A/I/R
Ability to motivate and inspire students
E
A/I/R
A passion for teaching
E
A/I/R
Open-mindedness
E
A/I/R
A forward-thinking approach
E
A/I/R
Excellent interpersonal skills
E
A/I/R
Ability to be reflective and self-critical
E
A/I/R
Potential for further promotion
D
A/I/R
Willingness to take on other roles and responsibilities within the department
D
A/I/R
Ability to establish good working relationships and effective teamwork
E
Excellent role model for other staff and for students
E
[E]
A/I/R
A/I/R
Application Form and Letter
The appropriate application form should be fully completed and legible. The letter should be clear, concise
and related to the specifics of the post identified as ‘A’ above.
[F]
Confidential References and Reports
Up to three referees should be nominated.
Only written references and reports should be provided and these should include a strong level of support for
relevant professional and personal knowledge, skills and abilities referred to above. They should also
provide:
A positive and supportive faith reference from a priest where the applicant regularly worships.
D
A positive recommendation from current employer
E

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