Job Details

Biology Job in Highland Region

  • Reference: 11-190918001
  • Local Authority: Highland Region
  • Type: Full Time
  • From: 28-10-2019 to 03-07-2020
If you are a qualified teacher of biology then TimePlan Education may well have found you that perfect position at a high achieving school in the Highlands region of Scotland.

This teaching opportunity can commence from the 28th October 2019, however the school will consider applications from teachers who require a later start date if necessary. The position is a full time, long term role for a maternity leave.

This incredible biology teaching opportunity is at an academy located in Inverness. This is an academy to proudly join. Their curriculum offers an abundance of enrichment activities and subject specialisms. These include the Sciences, Religious and Moral Education, PE, PSE, Music, Modern Languages and Gaelic, Maths and Numeracy, Home Economics, History, Geography and Modern Studies, English and ESOL, Craft and Design and Technology, Business Studies, Art and Design and Additional Support Needs.

Pulling together as a team, staff excel and develop very well professionally on par with their student's progress in their learning, and social needs inevitably making future decisions on their future life pathways.

This is an academy which enables students to have vision and clarity on what they want to achieve in life.

To qualify for this exciting new teaching opportunity you must;

be a qualified secondary biology teacher and be able to show you have previously delivered a secondary biology curriculum to a high standard.

be a qualified teacher from the UK or from overseas.

be provisionally or fully registered with the GTCS - the General Teaching Council for Scotland. If you are not you currently registered you must complete the online registration form at within the next 24 hours.

For further details please call Lisa Portas Scotland Manager at TimePlan Education on 07934299456. Or email your interest through to

TimePlan Education Group Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and is subject to a successful Enhanced Disclosure, Barring Service (DBS) check and two professional references.