Business Studies Teacher

Eden Brown Synergy
£24000 - £30000/annum
07 Jul 2017
06 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Business Studies Lecturer
South London

I am working with a leading Further Education College based in South London to help them to recruit for Business Studies Lecturer.

This is a permanent post which will start in September. The College require an experienced Teacher of Business Studies to deliver A Level Business Studies curriculum. The successful candidate will be appointed on a full time contract and the salary is up to £34,000.

The College has been recognised for outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment, outstanding development of learners knowledge and skills, and high rate of progression to HE. You will be joining a supportive and successful department who offer A Level curriculum, and the rest of the College offers Apprenticeships and 14-16 Education. Professional development and support will be offered to you at all stages of your career in order to offer you progression and the opportunity to reach your full potential as a Teacher. The College is easily accessible by public transport from major rail hubs in central London, and it is a short distance from the M25 so ideal for those travelling from the South West, Sussex, Hampshire and Kent.

To be successful in the role, you will
* Be an experienced teacher of A Level Business Studies
* Have the ability to engage and motivate your learners, provide guidance and support, be enthusiastic about Education and always put the learner first to ensure their success
* Have a recognised teaching qualification and a degree in Business Studies or closely related subject

If you would like to be considered for this vacancy, please contact the Further Education team at Eden Brown.

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Eden Brown Synergy is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer.
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