TimePlan have a great opportunity for a General Science Teacher to work within a fantastic Academy in Southampton. Working towards Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, you will be an excellent all round Science Specialist who can easily adapt to any changing situation, be it with the General Sciences or more specialised subjects such as Biology or Chemistry. The ideal candidate will be a driven and enthusiastic teacher who holds a UK (or a recognised equivalent) Qualified Teacher Status and must have a clear CRB check. This is a terrific chance for any qualified Science practitioner to pass on their extensive knowledge to the next generation.
Based outside of Southampton City centre, the school enjoys a fantastic link to the nearby M27, and is also easily reached by public transports. The school itself is undergoing an extensive rebuild and will afford the right teacher the opportunity to work with the latest technology and breakthrough in scientific teaching equipment. The school also seeks to involve itself extensively with the local community offering open days, fetes and raffles so a keenness to get involved in after-school and community activities would be a highly desirable trait.
To be considered for this Science teaching role in Southampton, all applicants must fulfil the following criteria:
* Be a General Science specialist or have prior experience of teaching Science to GCSE level;
* Hold a current UK CRB;
* Be available for face to face interview;
* Commit to the full duration of the contract.
* Must hold a UK QTS (or a recognised equivalent);
In return we offer:
* Competitive rates of pay;
* A designated Key Coordinator;
* Associated pay benefits, including a longer working day allowance, meal allowance and travel expenses
* Opportunities to aid your professional development.
If this excellent opportunity appeals to you, then please contact us on 023 8033 7080 as soon as possible.
TimePlan Education believes in Equal Opportunities in employment for all.
TimePlan Education Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and is subject to a successful Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check and two satisfactory professional references.