Science teacher - temporary contract to cover maternity leave from September 2018.
Teaching Personnel are recruiting for a Science teacher to take up a maternity leave for the next academic year, commencing in September 2018. Our partner school in the south Manchester area have a temporary requirement for a Science teacher and can offer a contract for the full academic year.
This large, multi cultural Manchester based secondary school welcome applications from Science teachers of all experience levels, including newly qualified Science teachers (full induction support provided).
"We are looking to add a Science to our department for the next academic year, initially this will be covering maternity leave for a guaranteed two terms, by Easter the role may change but the Science teacher joining will be kept on until the summer. All specialisms are considered, providing you can teach your specialism to GCSE, we welcome applications from NQT and more experienced practitioners also, full NQT support provided" , HR manager description.
- Science teacher, maternity cover from September 2018
- Supportive faculty and experienced Head of Science
- Situated in the M23 area, connecting via the M56/M60 and public transport
- Salary to match your scale point £22,467 - £38,633 (new 18/19 salary to update)
- Apply now for consideration and interview
Teaching Personnel work in partnership with this secondary school to support their supply and recruitment needs, due to the maternity leave the school are seeking to hire a Science teacher to start in September 2018. Situated in the southern area of Manchester, bordering Stockport and Trafford, this is an average sized 11-16 secondary school with great facilities and a modern approach to teaching and learning, CPD is excellent and all staff are urged to develop their skills.
If you are a Science teacher interested, please apply now with your CV/covering letter, submit via the "apply now" link or call Ryan in the Teaching Personnel Manchester Secondary Branch for more information about this Science post from September 2018.
- Science teacher
- QTS Science