Business and ICT teacher

Merton, London
CRL233602_1568012410
Date Posted:09 Sep 2019
  1. Secondary Teacher
Competitive
  1. Long-term

Business and ICT teacher

Merton, London
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Business and ICT teacher

An experienced and dedicated ICT and Business teacher is urgently required for a successful, mainstream girls school in Merton for an immediate start.
*Full time post
*Competitive salary
(will vary depending on your experience and suitability for the role)
*Possible permanent opportunity.
Our client is an outstanding and vibrant, multi-cultural comprehensive High School for girls with a co-educational 6th form.

They have high expectations of their students and provide a dynamic and stimulating environment in which girls can learn and develop as individuals.
They offer a full induction programme for all new staff and ongoing, regular CPD.
The job role:

You will be teaching KS3 - KS5 Business Studies and Computer Science to girls of all ages and abilities.

Interviews:

The Head of Department is keen to start interviews immediately which will consist of a short trial lesson, interview and a tour of the school. If successful, the job will start immediately.

So if you are interested, please contact Carlo @ Tradewind today!

To join us and be successful in this Computer Science and Business teacher role, you will need to:
*Have an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and references.
*Have a CV that covers the last 10 years of employment (any employment breaks must be explained).
*Have the legal right to work in the UK.

Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position as a full time Business Studies/ Computer Science teacher in Merton, SW London. For more information about the role, please contact Carlo Randazzo on 0207 845 5450 / carlo.randazzo@twrecruitment.com.


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