Newly Qualified Teacher of Science

Posted 29 January by Edustaff

Science Newly Qualified Teacher - Birmingham - September 2018

The SLT of this successful and popular school in Birmingham are keen appoint a highly enthusiastic and motivated newly qualified teacher to join their science department from September 2018.

All specialism subject applications are welcomed, although Physics and/or Chemistry would be preferable.

If you are an NQT who can inspire, motivate and challenge the students to reach their potential, then the Head of Science would love to hear from you!

All positions are full-time and permanent, email your CV today to express your interest today!

***Science Teacher - Newly Qualified Teacher - (NQT)
***Permanent contract from September 2018
***Main Pay Scale
***Secondary School in Inner City Birmingham
***A laptop for every teacher
***Excellent CPD programmes to support and develop teachers - tailored to individual needs
***Bespoke NQT Induction Programme available
***Heavily over-subscribed

If you are currently looking for your first science teaching post in Birmingham from September 2018, then look no further!

This fantastic school are looking to appoint a teacher who is passionate about helping students realise their full potential and excelling across the sciences.

Found in Birmingham, this is an Academy with an inclusive 'can do' attitude. The excellent reputation of this Academy and the remarkable education it delivers has led to it becoming extremely popular and oversubscribed.

With a highly committed SLT and science department, combined with first class facilities this truly is a wonderful opportunity for a newly qualified teacher looking to take on their permanent teacher position.

Do not delay, get your application in today! Click ‘Apply now’ to send your CV to Neil Poole at EduStaff today.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.

Reference: 34144006

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