Primary NQTs and Secondary NQTs needed for various schools across South and South East London - Permanent Roles - MPS1 - MPS3 (ILW/OLW) Start July or September 2019
Are you a passionate Newly Qualified Teacher currently completing your teacher training and seeking a permanent opportunity at a school where you will grow and develop, and receive an excellent induction program?
Would you like to complete your induction year in a South London Primary or Secondary School where you can have a large impact on students whilst becoming an outstanding practitioner?
Tradewind Recruitment Permanent Division is recruiting for both Primary and Secondary Schools across South and South East London, seeking to recruit NQTs to join their schools from July or September. Our team work with a variety of schools: mainstream, academies, all through schools, faith, single sex, small and large form entries, and there are environments for everyone!
The Permanent Division will:
*help you find the ideal role you are looking for
*listen to what you are looking for and send you options for roles you may be interested in
*coach you through the interview process and help you secure your next permanent role
The Permanent Division have:
*over twenty years' recruitment expertise
*consultants with both primary or secondary teaching experience
*already placed numerous NQTs for September across London
*a large number of NQT vacancies with interviews immediately after Easter
To hear more about how the Permanent Division can help you, please contact Holly on the on 0207 845 6278 or email your CV to email@example.com
For any teacher, TA or support staff member that you refer to Tradewind, you will receive up to £100 bonus when they are successfully placed, plus an entry into our prize draw to win a £1,000 dining card to use at 1000's of restaurants across the country! More referrals = more entries!
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