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English Teacher- Swansea

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English Teacher

A good school based in in the Swansea area are seeking an English teacher to join their well-resourced and high achieving English Department.

As soon as you enter the school you instantly get a positive impression of your surroundings. The school believe in focussing and ensuring that every child have the highest quality learning through engaging and exciting lessons.

This is a long-term role starting as soon as possible. If you're interested and think you're the perfect match that means you're self-motivated and inspirational to your students in order to help them achieve and thrive in academic success.

You will be working in a department full of experienced and dynamic teachers and will be part of a successful team that have continuous success as a department. This is a great opportunity to work in a high achieving school with a supportive network to develop your career.

If you also have the following then APPLY NOW!

  • UK QTS or QTLS
  • Outstanding references
  • Ability to teach A-Level English Literature and English Language
  • Experience teaching English to GCSE level

In return you can expect:

  • ongoing professional development opportunities and support
  • an opportunity to work with the largest education recruitment company in the UK
  • an opportunity to develop and expand your professional portfolio
  • competitive rates of pay (£400-£650 a week)

If you are interested in this role and would like more information than please send your most recent CV to

01792 473300

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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