NonStop Education are currently working with an exciting school in South East London to find a part time teacher of Music to start ASAP / September.
The role is part time for just 2 days per week, giving you great flexibility.
You will be stepping into an oustanding academy, giving you an excellent addition to your CV and making you even more employable moving forwards. Additionally, the highly regarded nature of the school makes it an excellent place to work, meaning you will really enjoy going into work everyday..
You should be a qualified or newly qualified Teacher, with experience in Music Teaching and able to educate KS3 and KS4. Teaching experience at KS5 would also be beneficial.
Apply now to be a part of this exciting, rewarding and highly sought after opportunity.
For more details or to apply contact Edward Little on , or email
I am an Education Consultant specialized in teaching recruitment for London, but I am also in regular contact with schools across the UK & Wales as well as international schools from Europe, Australia and ASIA. I work with a number of primary, secondary and special schools, helping them to develop, grow and succeed byproactively identifying and delivering the most talented professionals in the education market.
NonStop Educationis a specialist recruitment company renowned throughout the education sector for its professionalism, unrivalled industry knowledge and commitment to providing the best possible service. With a 190% growth in 2015 and a database of over 100.000 candidates, we are one of the fastest growing companies within the Education sector, being also the only education recruitment agency to house a Quality Assurance team ensuring a swift and effective process to place the 'right' people in the 'right organisations.
- Music Teacher
- Head of music
- music Subject Leader
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