Generalist Cover Teacher - Youth Offender Establishment, Stoke On Trent

Expiring today

Recruiter
REED
Location
Stoke-On-Trent
Salary
Up to £10,000
Posted
22 Nov 2020
Closes
28 Nov 2020
Ref
1831210769
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Are you currently looking for a new and rewarding teaching opportunity?

Reed Further Education are currently working in partnership Novus who have been delivering education, training and employment opportunities to adults and young people in UK prisons. Over the years we have built a reputation as an innovator in the fight to reduce re-offending rates by transforming people's lives through learning and skills.

We have a great opportunity at HMYOI Werrington to join the education team as a Generalist Cover Teacher on a temporary ongoing basis, covering across the curriculum as required.
  • Hours - Flexible Cover (Mon-Fri)
  • Role - Temporary Ongoing
  • Pay - £24.88 per hour (inclusive of holiday pay)


HMYOI Werrington is a youth offender establishment based in Staffordshire for young males aged between 15-18. Each young person is offered 30 hours of education a week provided by The Manchester College, including 3 hours of physical education. Subjects on offer include English, maths, business, as well as work-based subjects including painting and decorating, sports studies, barbering and training as a barista.

This offers an exciting new opportunity for individuals who are looking to further their previous experience and work alongside a successful education team with the mutual focus on rehabilitation for the inmates in the establishment. Teaching in prisons is an incredibly rewarding challenge and the education departments are looking to welcome driven individuals to join their team.

Essential Criteria
  • Full teaching qualification (minimum PGCE/DTLLS)
  • Relevant qualification to degree level
  • Have an interest in the rehabilitation and resettlement of offenders
  • Enthusiasm for the subject area
  • Awareness of and commitment to the promotion of equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity and inclusion
  • Experience of instructing/supporting people with challenging behaviour

Desirable Criteria
  • Experience in a prison environment


If this is an opportunity that you are interested in, please apply with an up to date CV and one of the Reed Prison Education team will get in touch to discuss further.

**This role is subject to enhanced clearance and vetting**