Part time ICT/ Computer Science teacher

Merton, London
Date Posted:02 Jul 2020
  1. ICT / Computer Science
  1. Long-term

Part time ICT/ Computer Science teacher

Merton, London
Start date: 01/09/2020
Salary: Inner London Payscale
Part Time: 2 days per week - Mondays and Fridays
Key Stages: KS3

We are currently looking for a part time ICT Teacher (QTS - 0.4) to work every Monday and Fridays from September onwards.
However, for the right person we can also offer a Cover Supervisor role for Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays if you're looking for full time work.

We are currently looking for a part time IT Teacher (QTS) 0.4 - Monday and Fridays.

The timetable is only for KS3 but candidates with the ability to teach up to A Level would be preferable.

The Head of Department and Deputy Head will be shortlisting CVs on the weekend and we'll be in touch early next week if they would like to interview you (via video call).

The successful candidate for this post will be able to ensure high achievement and the most positive outcomes for all students.

The School is an outstanding, successful and vibrant multi-cultural comprehensive school for girls who are very highly regarded in the local community.
They have high expectations of students and provide a dynamic and stimulating environment in which they can learn and develop as individuals.

To join us and be successful in this part time ICT Teacher role, you will need to:
*Hold QTS
*Have an Enhanced DBS
*Have a CV that covers the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained.
*Have the legal right to work in the UK.

Please apply today if you'd like to be considered for this great position as a teacher of ICT in Merton.
For more information about the role, please contact Carlo Randazzo on 0207 845 5450 /

We look forward to receiving your call and assisting with your future employment!

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