Science Teacher Long Term, Swansea

Posted 15 January by Prospero Teaching
We are currently recruiting for a passionate, knowledgeable Science Teacher in the Swansea area. The position is full time long term, and to start with immediate effect however the candidate must be available for a trail day to confirm suitability.

The well-established secondary school situated in Swansea are looking for an experienced teacher with excellent behaviour and classroom management who is enthusiastic and rightly educated to PGCE and EWC registered. They will also be looking for an appropriate candidate who will be able to positively display their subject knowledge, and also their confidence and devotion to pupil development.

So are you looking for an opportunity to work in a positive and energetic school? Do you want to be part of a successful department? The school wish to employ a knowledgeable, enthusiastic and determined Science teacher to join an already outstanding faculty. The teacher will have: * a genuine passion for teaching and encouraging student learning in Science * and a desire to further raise the overall achievement and success of Science within the school. * A optimistic outlook and the skill to encourage students * experience in teaching up to GCSE

This is a great opportunity to join a school that is already successful and has an excellent reputation. The existing staff team are all friendly and welcoming hence are looking for someone of a similar character to join their team.

All applicants must have the following:

EWC membership
Experience of working in an Science Teaching position
Exceptional Classroom Management
Ability to contribute to the forward-thinking ethos of the school
Ability to work on your own initiative or as a part of a team
Experience of working in a culturally diverse environment

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Reference: 34230161

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