A position for a Science Teacher has become available at an excellent school in South West London.
The school is seeking to appoint a Science Teacher on a full-time basis.
Although this Science Teacher role will be temporary until the end of the academic year, there is a high chance that the position will become permanent for September.
The salary for this Science Teacher position will be between £30480 to £50935 depending on the qualifications and experiences of each candidate.
An Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' school in South West London. Mixed, 11 - 18, non-selective.
90% of students stayed in education or employment after Key Stage 4.
Applications are welcome from you if you are a Science Teacher at any stage in your career, including if you are a British trained or overseas trained Science Teacher.
If you are an NQT or experienced candidate, you are also free to apply for this position as a Science Teacher.
All applicants must have the following in order to be considered for this position as a Science Teacher:
- Right to work in the UK
- Experience and knowledge of having worked as a Science Teacher in UK Secondary Schools
- UK QTS or an overseas equivalent
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity in education and training as a Science Teacher, then please apply via the link below and send your CV to Rahul at REESON Education as soon as possible.
REESON Education is London's Premier Recruitment Agency. Established in 2006 by experienced teachers, education professionals and recruitment specialists, we have built our business and reputation on the cores values of honesty, integrity and excellence.
We care about education and the provision of education and have established an excellent reputation with schools and teachers alike.
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