Primary Teachers (Permanent - Various Posts - DENOMINATIONAL AND NON-DENOMINATIONAL) READVERTISEMENT
THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED TO RE-APPLY.
Please note that these positions are within Denominational and Non-Denomicational schools across the authority.
West Dunbartonshire Council is looking for candidates who are enthusiastic and committed to sustaining school improvement and providing high quality learning and teaching in line with the key Council priorities of inclusion and of raising the aspirations, achievement and attainment for all students.
You will find the Head Teachers report template attached to this advert, this MUST be completed by your Head Teacher and attached to your application form before the closing date. Please upload your Head Teacher Report in the 'COVER LETTER' section of the application, you are not required to write a cover letter.Denominational Primary Posts Applicants for denominational primary schools need to have RC Approval for the school they are applying to. Applicants for permanent posts in a denominational school must also have the Catholic Teaching Certificate or Catholic Religious Education Certificate. Denominational Secondary Posts Applicants for denominational secondary schools need to have RC Approval for the school they are applying to. You can access the forms and further information on the following website: https://www.sces.uk.com and return forms directly to the Scottish Catholic Education Service, Personnel Department, 196 Clyde Street, Glasgow, G1 4JY
This post is considered as Regulated Work with Children under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 and as such membership with the PVG scheme is essential. Further details of this scheme can be found here. Preferred applicants will be required to become members of the relevant PVG scheme, or undergo a PVG Scheme update check prior to a formal offer being made by West Dunbartonshire Council. The employment for which you are applying is excepted from the provisions of section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Order 1975. Applicants are, therefore, not statutorily entitled to withhold information about convictions which for other purposes are "spent" under the provisions of the Act. In the event of employment any failure to disclose such convictions could result in dismissal or disciplinary action by the Education body and removal from the Register of the General Teaching Council.
Head Teachers Report - Teacher.doc