Science Teacher


Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-53763
Location: Barking and Dagenham, Havering ig1 UK
Job Type: Contract
Immediate Start: Yes
Salary £24000 to £27000 per Annum

Science Teacher

 

Are you looking to establish yourself in your first teaching role?

Would you like to work in a school that has been expertly matched to your current skillset and aspirations?

Have you completed your PGCE with a specification in one of the sciences?

 

At i-teachers we work hard to ensure that the roles we offer are ones that are suited to you and your needs!

 

We have an outstanding Science Teacher position available for immediate interviews so don’t hesitate to send your CV in today!

 

Science Teacher

  • Full-time, permanent role
  • Teaching from the UK syllabus
  • Manage own classroom
  • Plan and deliver lessons
  • Be part of a great department
  • Located in the Ilford area

 

Science Teacher – Person Specification

  • Science based degree, 2:2 or above
  • PGCE or completed teacher training
  • Obtained QTS status
  • Comfortable with behaviour
  • Good observations
  • Understanding of UK syllabus
  • Highly self-motivated

 

Click apply now to be considered for one of our qualified teacher roles.

Posted On: 04/11/2021
Recruiter: i-teachers

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