Science Teacher - Oldham - September Start
Are you trainee Science Teacher exciting to find your first permanent teaching role from September in a School with a fantastic induction programme?
Perhaps you qualified last year and are now on the lookout to evaluate new opportunities without filling in lengthy application forms?
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a vibrant secondary school in Oldham that truly values the development of their staff. The successful candidate has the opportunity to benefit from personalised CPD!
Science Teacher - Science NQT
- Permanent, Full-time position
- Starting September 2018
- Main Pay Scale £22917 - £33824
- Forward thinking secondary school in Oldham
- Part of a large multi-academy trust
- Ofsted 'Good' School
- Excellent CPD and NQT induction programme
- State of the art facilities
Science Teacher - Person Specification
For this post, you should be an intelligent Science Teacher / NQT who can create lessons that are fun yet informative. It is essential for the chosen Science Teacher / NQT to possess a proactive approach to wider learning, ensuring your knowledge and understanding of the curriculum are extensive. The ideal Science Teacher / NQT will have a style of teaching that is engaging and exciting. Ideally, the school needs a teacher who is able to inspire their class through their actions and communicate effectively with others.
About the Science Teacher / NQT Role:
As a Science Teacher / NQT you will be expected to teach General Science to KS4. Experienced teachers will have access to TLRs after their first year of teaching, while NQTs will be supported through their induction year by a senior member of the Science Leadership Team.
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This exciting Science Teacher / NQT vacancy is your chance to join a modern secondary school in Oldham - apply today to take the next step in your career. Simply click 'Apply' and send your CV to Holly Giles at i-teachers today.