Assistant Head of Science

Manchester, UK
Closing date
27 Oct 2020

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Assistant Head of Science - January 2021 Start

Are you a successful and career minded Science Teacher?

Do you have excellent leadership potential and would love be part of a collaborative Science Department?

Would you like to join a school this January with which has a strong vision, supported by the strong senior leadership team?

If you answered yes, then please do not hesitate to apply for this role! i-teachers is not a supply agency, we only work with permanent positions on a consultancy basis. Check out over 400 of our 5* reviews on trustpilot!

Assistant Head of Science
  • Permanent position, starting January 2021
  • Interviews to be held before October H/T
  • MPS - UPS + TLR 2b (negotiable)
  • Join a thriving Science Department
  • Team of 11 Teachers + Teaching Assistants/Technicians
  • Support the Head of Science in delivering a broad and balanced curriculum
  • Take responsibility for Key Stage 3 Teaching and Learning

Person specification - Assistant Head of Science
  • Qualified Teacher Status (UK)
  • Strong academic background in Science
  • At least 2+ years teaching experience
  • Outstanding feedback from previous schools
  • Leadership qualities - strong communication and planning

The school
  • Successful 11-16 school, part of an established MAT
  • Strong and stable leadership team
  • High pupil premium / EAL
  • Located in Manchester, good links to public transport
  • Currently Ofsted RI (report from a few years ago - expected good to outstanding now!)
  • Passionate about staff and pupil well-being

So if you believe you have what it takes to step up and lead a Science department, please send your CV today! Shortlisted applicants will be contacted within 2-4 working days.
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