Visual Arts teacher/Professeur d'Arts Visuels-Plastiques

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Visual Arts teacher/Professeur d'Arts Visuels-Plastiques

Location
London
College
Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill
Hours
Full Time
Salary
School's own salary & benefit scheme
Posted
12th February 2020
Start Date
1st September 2020
Expires
7th March 2020 12:00 AM
Contract Term
Permanent
Job ID
1090925
Job Reference
offer-keyra
Start date
1st September 2020
  • Contract type: Permanent
  • NQTs Considered: Yes
  • Job ID: 1090925


Visual Arts teacher / Professeur d'Arts Visuels-Plastiques (potential vacancy)

Full /Part-time depending on student enrolment

To start 1 September 2020 (team induction week starts 25 Aug. 2020)

Contrat de droit local avec possibilité de demande de détachement

 

Your opportunity

Advance your career within the Lycée's innovative, collaborative and dynamic environment established in providing a versatile means to differentiate the learning experience and encourage creativity and collaboration amongst our students. With fantastic opportunities for professional development, we can provide bespoke courses to match the needs of our teachers. Our internal digital and teaching specialists can equip you with the right experience, knowledge and training you need to succeed. 

 

Overview of role

All our teachers teach in their native language. This role could be either full-time or part-time depending on student enrolment and is for either a native-level English or French speaker. A full-time teaching role is 20 hours/week contact time + 3 hours support to students/class cover. The remaining time is for PPA, collaboration and meetings.

Pour des professeurs titulaire du ministère de l'éducation nationale, nous proposons un contrat de droit local avec possibilité de demande de détachement.

 

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities

  • Deliver instruction that supports the variability of learners
  • Model, foster and create an environment where an innovative mindset is cultivated
  • Write your own schemes of work
  • Use long and short range planning to ensure that the curriculum is met and aligned with school standards
  • Use a variety of instructional strategies, including the effective use of technologies, hands-on/project-based activities to increase student learning and confidence to learn for all students
  • Provide meaningful assignments and feedback to students
  • Analyse student assessment results to help inform instruction
  • Maintain contact with parents/guardians
  • Maintain up to date records of student achievement on school system
  • Strong organisational and class management skills that promote student centered learning

Why work at LIL ?

  • An international school 'Outstanding’ in Personal development, behaviour & welfare, and Sixth form provision, where you will join a very strong team of highly qualified and experienced teaching and support team.
  • A welcoming and innovative environment in which to teach and learn
  • A vibrant location, easily accessible by Underground 
  • Generous LIL rewards and benefits package (see below)

LIL Benefits

We can offer you a range of benefits, including:

  • Free loan of iPad worth £800 non-taxable
  • Free 3-course meal cooked fresh in our kitchen everyday, equivalent to £1,000/annum non taxable
  • Fantastic work spaces and ressources
  • National and international professional development opportunities
  • Up to 85% tuition remission for children
  • Enhanced paternity/maternity leave, 2 weeks fully paid
  • Enhanced sick leave scheme to support you when you need it most
  • National and international travel when chaperoning trips
  • Perkbox account paid for by the school
  • Cycle to work scheme vouchers
  • Free hot drinks and fruit throughout the day
  • Social events and staff parties


What we are looking for at LIL

We look for talented individuals who want to be a part of a modern, bilingual, progressive and dynamic school where innovation and care provide the foundation on which we build a path to excellence for every student. We would like to hear from you if you have:

  • QTS (or equivalent) / CAPES and/or a relevant degree
  • An Art History qualification is desirable but not essential.
  • At least 3 years previous experience teaching in a similar role, preferably in an international environment
  • Experience (or familiarity with) iPad apps for teaching and learning
  • A passion for education and making a difference
  • The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • The ability to motivate others to high expectations
  • Energy, enthusiasm and a good sense of humour

This job description sets out the duties of the post at the time it was drawn up.  The post holder may be required from time to time to undertake other duties within the School as may be reasonable expected, without changing the general character of the duties or the level of responsibility entailed.  This is a common occurrence and would not justify a reconsideration of the grading of the post.

 

It is a requirement that all staff work in a flexible manner compatible with their jobs and in line with the objectives of the Lycée International de Londres. Please note that the job description for this position may be reviewed and amended to incorporate the future needs of the Lycée.

 

Safeguarding Statement:

Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. Appointment is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for regulated activity and overseas police checks from any countries a candidate has lived for longer than three months since the age of 18.

Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill is an equal opportunities employer.
Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill

Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill