Teaching Vacancies


Teacher of Protective Services

We are looking to recruit a talented and enthusiastic person to join our highly successful and inclusive Sixth Form College. The successful candidate will be a committed, inspirational and dynamic individual with a passion for teaching.

Protective Services is part of our Faculty for Protective Services, Law and Criminology. The college offers a wide range of courses in this area including: A level Law, Btec Applied Law Level 2 and Level 3, Btec Protective Services Level 3, NCFE Protective Services Level 2 and Level 3, Criminology Level 2 and Level 3, Level 1 Vocational Studies. The faculty has dedicated teaching spaces and supports a wide range of extra-curricular activity to enrich the taught curriculum.

Itchen College is a thriving Sixth Form College with a broad curriculum offer to meet the needs of the local community. The college is situated in pleasant surroundings to the east of Southampton with excellent local transport links. Ofsted inspected the college in December 2021, grading overall provision as Good with Outstanding Quality of Education, Outstanding Education Programmes for Young People and Outstanding Provision for Learners with High Needs.

The college is committed to supporting staff wellbeing and professional development. The college has an excellent in house CPD programme for all teaching and support staff including a dedicated programme for Early Career Teachers. The college also has close links with the Southampton Education Forum, the Wessex Group and the SFCA, including subject groups and CPD opportunities at all levels. The college offers a wide range of benefits for staff, including free parking, an onsite nursery, TPS pensions, an Employee Assistance Programme and free use of the college gym.

Contract: Permanent Part Time / Full Time

Salary: Teacher Payscale point 1-9 (£25, 570 - £41, 732 pro rata) 2022

Start Date: 25th August 2022

Closing Date: Monday 13th June 12pm

Interview Date: TBC

We welcome applications from ECTs, NQTs and experienced teachers from Sixth Form Colleges, Schools and FE Colleges.

TO APPLY: Please fully complete an Itchen College Teaching application form and return to applications@itchen.ac.uk by the closing date. Please note that CVs will not be accepted as an alternative form of application. Please submit your application as soon as possible as we may invite candidates to interview before the closing date.


Teacher of Employability, Maths and English Functional Skills for NEET young people and community courses.

The College requires a teacher, with a real passion for their subject, to join our provision to support NEET young people across Hampshire. The successful candidate needs to have a flexible approach to delivering functional skills, employability skills to NEET young people in the community as well as in college. We welcome applications from newly qualified or experienced teachers who have the desire and ability to inspire all students to reach their full potential. The successful candidates must be able to show a clear commitment to delivering high quality teaching and learning for students and will be required to teach up to Functional Skills Level 2. Either experience in a secondary school or a college environment is desirable, having experience of working with NEET young people would also be advantageous. This role requires someone with good communication and organisational skills, who is patient and engaging.

Use of own car is essential, this role covers the geographical area of Hampshire.

This is a fixed term position until March 2023 with a view to extend.

Hours: 37 hrs per week

Salary - Scale point 3 £29,367 pro rata

Closing date – 5pm Friday 20th May 2022

Start date – July 2022

Interview date – week commencing Monday 23rd May 2022

TO APPLY - please complete an Itchen College teaching application form and return to applications@itchen.ac.uk by the closing date.  

For an informal discussion about the role please email Emma Barrett ebarrett@itchen.ac.uk






Itchen Sixth Form College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.