Economics and Business Studies Teacher

City of Westminster, London
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Date Posted:03 Nov 2019
  1. Secondary Teacher
Competitive
  1. Long-term

Economics and Business Studies Teacher

City of Westminster, London
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Are you an Economics Specialist at key stage 5 and can also teach Business Studies and are looking to embark on a new full-time role from January 2020?

Would you like to work in an Outstanding School in the borough of Westminster? If so, please contact Kirsty at Tradewind Recruitment today to find out more information; kirsty.tinney@twrecruitment.com.

Tradewind recruitment are working in partnership with an exceptional secondary school which is going from strength to strength with a diverse and vibrant community. This school require an exceptional Economics and Business Studies Teacher to join them from January 2020 for 1 term.

Does this sound like the role for you? If so please submit your CV today.

The role:
Teaching Economics at Key stage 5 (AQA) and Business Studies (Edexcel) at Key stage 4

The location of this school is accessible from North, North West, Central and South London.

The ideal teacher will be in expert practitioner in Economics at KS5 and be proficient at Teaching Business Studies. When speaking to the School, they said the ideal candidate is someone who has excellent subject knowledge with the ability to make Economics accessible at all levels.

Click 'apply now' to be considered for this great position as a Economics and Business Teacher in Westminster. Or for more information about the role, contact Kirsty Tinney, 0207 845 5450 kirsty.tinney@twrecruitment.com
We look forward to hearing from you and helping take you on the next step of your teaching career.

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