Vacancies

SALARY: £10.78 per hour, inclusive for holiday pay

We are looking to increase our bank of invigilators to provide an efficient and effective invigilation support service to the School and ensure the integrity of its examinations.

You will be responsible for the supervision of students, confidential exam papers/documentation and information relating to students and assessment records.   If you have the ability to work on your own initiative as well as part of a team and have excellent communication skills we would like to hear from you.

This year we have work available from 20th May to 25th June 2019. Exam sessions run in the morning from 8.30am or in the afternoon from 12.30pm. Each session lasts for approximately 2-3 hours (although some may be longer).

Successful candidates will need to be available to attend invigilator training, we anticipate holding a training session in early May 2019.

EMS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all members of staff to share this commitment.   All appointments are subject to satisfactory DBS checks, together with the receipt of references.

Further information about the school can be found on this website.  If you would like the opportunity to discuss this post or visit the school, please get in touch by either calling 01392 429020 or by emailing jobs@exeterms.ac.uk.  The school is closed from Saturday 18th February to Sunday 24th February, inclusive during which time the email and answer phone will not be monitored.

To apply, please email a completed application form and personal details form to jobs@exeterms.ac.uk.

Application Deadline: midnight on Monday 25th February

Interview Date: Wednesday 6th March

Invigilator Job Description

Invigilator Person Specification

Salary: £23 228

We have an exciting opportunity for a Newly Qualified Teacher who is ambitious to develop their teaching alongside our experienced and dynamic team.

We are seeking to appoint an inspirational, highly-qualified, reflective, NQT that is committed to developing their practice to the highest level.  The post holder will have a significantly reduced timetable, will participate in team-teaching, will conduct research and will be supported throughout the year towards the completion of a masters degree or other significant research.  In addition to teaching students at EMS, s/he will participate in outreach events (in the school day and at weekends) and gain broader experience through working with other schools.

The successful candidate will be committed to developing pedagogy and collaborative working and be able to challenge, stretch and support the most able students as they prepare to study mathematics-related degrees, including Physics, at top universities.  A determination to make a positive difference to students is essential.

EMS is a small school, catering for just 120 students.  In addition to Mathematics and Further Mathematics, the vast majority of students elect to study Physics and increasing numbers are also studying Computer Science.  Teachers of Physics work closely with those of Mathematics and Computer Science to enrich and integrate the curriculum.  Our Physics department is exceptionally strong; we are a lead school for the Institute of Physics, providing support to local schools and CPD opportunities for teachers.  As part of a comprehensive outreach programme we host Isaac Physics events for students and deliver Teacher Subject Specialist Training for non-specialist teachers of Physics.

You will be one of only 10 teachers in the school; as part of a small team, you will need to work flexibly and will have a significant role in the ongoing development of the school and its curriculum.  You will be the second person appointed to a development post at EMS, the current post holder, Will Braithwaite, has shared a little of his experience to date:

The NQT Development Role is a great opportunity for anyone looking to enhance their teaching practice across KS3-5. The programme of outreach activities means that you will not just be involved with one school during your NQT year, but several around the greater Exeter area. As part of your NQT year you will spend 50 hours teaching in a nearby school so you can maintain and improve your KS3/4 teaching competencies while using some of the tools and techniques you have developed with the team of experienced Physics teachers at EMS. Trying new ideas and reflecting on their effectiveness is strongly encouraged and your ability to do this and make it successful will be nurtured in the same way that you can promote better outcomes across all the age groups with which you will be working.

EMS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all members of staff to share this commitment.   All appointments are subject to satisfactory DBS checks, together with the receipt of references.

Further information about the school can be found on this website.  If you would like the opportunity to discuss this post or visit the school, please get in touch by either calling 01392 429020 or by emailing jobs@exeterms.ac.uk.  The school is closed from Saturday 19th to Sunday 24th February inclusive, during which time the email and answer phone will not be monitored.

To apply, please email a completed application form and personal details form to jobs@exeterms.ac.uk.

Application Deadline: midnight Wednesday 6th March

Interview Date: Friday 15th March

NQT Physics Teacher Job Description

Physics NQT Person Specification

To apply for any current vacancy, please complete both the EMS Employment Application Form and the EMS Personal Details Form and email them to jobs@exeterms.ac.uk.

EMS EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORM

EMS PERSONAL DETAILS FORM

Paid Internships for Teachers

Applications are currently open for STEM undergraduates in their penultimate year of study to take part in a paid internship scheme with local schools.  More information can be found on our internship page: https://www.exetermathematicsschool.ac.uk/internships/

Coming soon

We are not anticipating advertising any further posts in the near future.

 

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