Glastonbury area Job of the Week: College looking to recruit A Level Graphics Course Manager

By Tim Lethaby

25th Nov 2021 | Local News

Strode College is looking for a Course Manager for A Level Graphic Communication in Street
Strode College is looking for a Course Manager for A Level Graphic Communication in Street

If you are a qualified teacher who is looking for a new challenge, then this role could be perfect for you.

Strode College in Street is looking to recruit a qualified, enthusiastic, and skilled teacher to teach and course manage A Level Graphical Communication.

You will be joining a vibrant arts team within a department resourced specifically for the arts.

Strode are seeking someone with excellent subject knowledge and enthusiasm for the arts to teach Graphical Communication and who can demonstrate an ability to combine academic rigour with excellent student achievement.

Experience of teaching at A Level is essential and candidates must possess a genuine interest in the subject area and be committed to providing pastoral support for the students.

The successful candidate should be highly motivated with an ability to deliver across the arts provision.

Details are available via the Strode website at or contact Human Resources on 01458 844447.

Closing Date: 12pm Friday 3 December 2021

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