Computer Science Teacher, North London,£27-36,000, KS 3&4

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Recruiter
Trust Education Ltd
Location
London
Salary
27000.0000
Posted
04 Feb 2017
Closes
04 Mar 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Computer Science Teacher, KS3-4, North London College.

-£27K - £36k p/a

-Experience teaching OCR curriculum to KS4

-Immediate start

-North London

Looking to progress to the next stage of your career? Want a stellar teaching job to add to your CV?

Trust Education is currently recruiting dynamic, innovative and highly effective Computer Science teachers to join a lively co-educational, multi ethnic community school based in North London.

This is a full time role and you will be teaching the OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA) curriculum. You should be competent to teach Computer Science to GCSE with a sound knowledge of the UK curriculum.

The department you would be in is supportive and well established with a strong team. The Senior Leadership Team values you very highly and encourages relevant CPD for all staff.

The successful candidate will be looking to join a well-established, warm and welcoming college and will hold:

-A strong understanding of the UK curriculum in your subject.

-Experience of teaching within schools in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada or South Africa.

-A valid secondary teaching qualification.

If you have all we are looking for and more, please apply today!

In order to register with Trust Education, it is essential that you fulfil the following requirements:

-You are a fully qualified teacher.

-You can provide 2 teaching references within the last 2 years.

-You hold the right to work in the UK.

-You have a DBS or are willing to complete one.

Trust Education offers competitive rates of pay, additional bonuses, a chance to work in top London schools, and continuous professional development. We pride ourselves on our personal service and support. We have an abundance of work and are always looking for new teachers across all age groups and subject areas.