Ormiston Sandwell Community Academy

Ormiston Sandwell Community Academy

Vacancy - Teacher of Science

‘Striving for excellence in an Outstanding, Successful, Caring, Achievement

driven learning environment.’

 We require the following staff for September 2019. 

Teacher of Science


We are seeking to appoint an outstanding teacher of Science who is keen to join a dedicated department striving to raise standards through developing outstanding learning and teaching.  The Science Department prides itself on team work, passion and drive, and applications are welcome from candidates with a similar philosophy.

OSCA is a welcoming academy which has benefitted from a major re-build and refurbishment programme. This has created exciting, new and well equipped learning spaces. We are becoming increasingly the academy of choice in our community, and are full and oversubscribed once again. 

Are you the inspirational teacher we are looking for?

We are seeking an outstanding candidate to join Team OSCA. You will have:

  • A flair for innovation in learning and teaching
  • A compelling educational vision and the ability to motivate students
  • A commitment to delivering on our motto of “Striving for excellence in an Outstanding, Successful, Caring, Achievement driven learning environment.”

We are in very close proximity to Birmingham city centre with excellent transport links by car, bus and train; and are just a few minutes from Junction 2 of the M5. 

Ormiston Sandwell Community Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

The appointment will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check. We therefore insist that all applicants complete the section on safeguarding in the application form in order to be considered for interview.  No agencies.

Application packs are available to download here

We do not accept CVs.

Closing date:   9.00am Friday 25th January 2019         
Interviews:       w/c 28th January 2019