Do you want to teach students as passionate about learning as you are?
As a rapidly expanding new specialist academy, NUAST is looking for dynamic, and motivated teachers to fill vacancies across the curriculum. To find out more about why working at NUAST is an exciting and innovative teaching opportunity explore our website, get in touch or come and visit us.
What is NUAST?
NUAST is a 14-19 Academy specialising in Science, Engineering and IT. The academy opened to Year 10 and Year 12 students in September 2014 and moved into its state of the art new facility in November 2014. By September 2015 NUAST will have up to 300 students in Years 10,11,12 and 13.
Located within walking distance of the University of Nottingham’s Park Campus, the NUAST building has been designed to provide students and staff with the very best facilities and equipment, preparing students for degrees and modern apprenticeships in our specialist subjects.
NUAST is co-sponsored by the University of Nottingham and the Djanogly Learning Trust. This partnership is supported by leading industry partners including Rolls Royce, Siemens and Experian. Nova Education Trust are the education partners, overseeing the day-to-day running of the school.
Why teach at NUAST?
NUAST is an academy where innovation, creativity and imagination are essential ingredients to our student’s success. NUAST is looking for teachers who can look beyond the classroom and see the wider connections between education, employment and life long learning.
NUAST staff work with both the University of Nottingham and industry to create a curriculum that is relevant, exciting and challenging. We are looking for teachers who can use these wider experiences and opportunities to bring out the very best in our students.
NUAST has a great building and fantastic equipment but it is the students at NUAST that make it so special. Travelling from across the city and county, our students have chosen NUAST because they are passionate about their chosen specialism. Our students are inquisitive, knowledgeable and excited by the science, engineering and technology that makes our modern world function.
They are serious about learning and understand the value of a wider education. English, humanities and languages are as important to them as Science, IT or Engineering in helping them achieve their ambitions.
To meet them is to understand the unique passion they have for learning and the opportunities NUAST can offer them.
At NUAST, our staff are not simply teachers. They are passionate advocates for their subject and an invaluable link between education and industry. All our staff work with a range of industry and university partners to ensure that NUAST students can access a unique set of experiences during their time with us.
We are looking for staff that can support that approach to learning. All new staff need to be comfortable working with partners outside education, building links, networking and accessing the huge wealth of resources available in industry and universities.
Working at NUAST
All NUAST teaching staff are appointed on standard teaching contracts which ensures consistency in terms of career progression, holiday entitlement and pension contributions.
NUAST has a longer working day than some schools and academies but teaching commitments will be in line with general expectations across the secondary sector.
As a rapidly expanding academy, NUAST will offer excellent opportunities for career development and progression. Wider opportunities for CPD, Masters qualifications and leadership roles are available though the Nova Education Trust and Torch Teaching School Alliance.
In certain circumstances we will also offer support with relocation packages* and offer retention bonuses**
*Solely at the discretion of the trust / **Dependent on role and performance
Ten great reasons to work at NUAST
- State-of-the-art facilities
- Specialist equipment and teaching spaces
- Passionate and committed students
- The chance to develop and grow your curriculum area
- The opportunity to work with national and international industry partners
- Partnership with the University of Nottingham
- Working for a leading Multi-Academy Trust
- Excellent CPD and career development opportunities
- Healthcare package
- Fully funded masters qualification
Current vacancies at NUAST
To apply for any of the current vacancies at NUAST, download the application pack below and then submit you application following the instructions contained in the pack. If you have any further questions about NUAST or would like to visit us prior to an application or interview please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
No vacancies currently available.
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