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Maths / Physics Teacher (RSAF)

  • Location

    Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

  • Sector:

    Aerospace and Defence

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    Up to £324.00 per day

  • Contact:

    Nick Wallwork

  • Contact email:

    nick.wallwork@morson.com

  • Job ref:

    161149NW1_1561016310

  • Published:

    29 days ago

  • Duration:

    2 years

  • Expiry date:

    2019-06-27

  • Start date:

    ASAP

Job Role:

Responsible for the delivery of the Mathematics and Physics content of the TTS (Technician Training Services) courses at TSI (Technical Studies Institute) of the RSAF (Royal Saudi Air Force). This includes reporting, analysis, development of assessment procedures and practices covering the Maths / Physics course to meet the customer's needs and the requirements of the TSI.

Key Responsibilities:

To teach Mathematics and Physics up to Saudi High School Science equivalence.

To deliver the practical components of the course by means of demonstration and direction of students in practical laboratory exercises.

To utilise such training aids as are available to maximise efficiency of training.

Produce training support materials - including curriculum, training objectives, syllabuses, course plans and assessment and evaluation methods - to satisfy customer's training requirements..

Conduct cadet assessment and evaluation exercises and implement remedial action as required.

Keep accurate and timely cadet records electronically.

Plan, control and deliver assigned courses and contribute support to cross-discipline courses/ investigations, ensuring requirements are delivered to plan.

To counsel students with regard to their academic performance or behaviour as required.

To maintain classroom procedures as published in the TSI. Such procedures will include the maintenance of discipline.

Key Attributes:

A Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline.

A teaching qualification, such as Bed or PGCE with a Mathematics/ Physics bias or government recognition as a teacher.

At least three years recent (within the last six years) experience of teaching Mathematics/ Physics.

Detailed knowledge in the operation and use of IT systems to support relevant systems (computer aided instruction, desktop publishing, databases, training development software, Management Information Systems)

Good interpersonal skills to be able to teach Mathematics / Physics skills and knowledge across the range of cultures, status, intellect and academic ability.