- Immediate start
- Competitive rates pay
- Opportunity to work with an inclusive and supportive team
A Science Technician is needed at a Secondary school in South London.
This Science Technician post will be full time, Monday to Friday.
You will be required to support Physics lessons specifically for this Science Technician role.
Applicants for this Science Technician post must be able to support the Physics department in all areas of lesson preparation and general running of the classes.
If appointed as a Science Technician, you will be required to take on standard responsibilities. This includes but isn't limited to effectively storing material/resources, assisting the class teacher in practical lessons and ensuring all equipment is used in a safe manner.
In addition to this, the school is keen to take on a Science Technician that can work as part of team, use their time effectively to assist in teaching and uphold correct Health & Safety practices at all times.
The rates of pay for this Science Technician post will range from £70 to £150 a day, depending on each applicants qualifications and experience.
An 'Outstanding' Secondary school and sixth form in South London, located near a Site of Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI).
It is a mixed, 11 - 18, non-selective school with a wide demographic of pupils and staff. The team has a positive reputation for being very friendly, inclusive and supportive.
In terms of career progression for staff, the school is second to none, offering opportunities that allow each member of the team to reach their maximum potential. All staff have the opportunity to pursue CPD and actively progress in their careers.
90% of students stay in education or employment after Key Stage 4. The school combines the values of strong discipline, good manners, respect and pride in appearance.
Ofsted reports have previously complimented the highly skilled teachers who understand pupils needs and tailor their approach to effectively supporting them.
Ofsted - "There is tremendously positive culture of learning and a very strong sense of community."
As a result, pupil attainment is higher than the national average.
School Pupil - "To be a student at the school is like winning the jackpot. It is very hard to get into this calibre of school."
When it comes the National Curriculum, the schools offers a broad and balanced curriculum. The school endeavours to get all pupils to achieve the English Baccalaureate. This must include core subjects, as well as MFL and Geography or History.
EBacc includes subjects that are considered key when it comes to studying degrees that open up options to lucrative opportunities.
You are encouraged to apply if you are a Science/Physics Graduate or experienced Science Technician.
Applications are also welcome if you are a British trained Science Technician or overseas trained Science Technician.
All applicants must have the following criteria in order to be considered for this position as a Science Technician:
- Right to work in the UK
- Clear and updated Enhanced DBS
- DT based degree or overseas equivalent
- Experience of working as a Science/Physics Technician in UK schools
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity in education and training as a Science Technician, then please apply via the link below and send your CV to Rahul at REESON Education as soon as possible.
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