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IT Teaching role - September start - Earning between £140-£250

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Job description

Computer Science Teacher - Position available in the Brent area at a 'Good' school with 'Outstanding' features - September 2019 - MPS / UPS.

Q - Are you a qualified Computer Science Teacher, seeking a permanent post this September?

Q - How would you like to become part of a leading, outstanding graded teaching team?

Q - Do you have a strong academic background to support 'Good/Outstanding' department?

Our team are working with a brilliant Secondary School in Brent, North West London. Graded with areas of Good, the school is going from strength to strength. This school is part of a successful academy trust with Good and Outstanding schools across London, so there has been a funding injection to improve the school further. Therefore the school are looking to recruit a talented Computer Science Teacher, to join their team this September.

This is a permanent and full time Computer Science Teacher post, with applications welcome from NQTs with genuine promise as well as experienced practitioners seeking career progression.

Read on and apply today if this role sounds like you!

ROLE:

  • Computer Science Teacher / NQT
  • UK QTS is essential
  • Excellent Computing subject knowledge is required
  • Delivering engaging Computer Science lessons according to the national curriculum
  • Raising Computer Science student attainment throughout Key Stages 3 - 5
  • September start - Permanent - Full-Time role
  • Main Pay Scale ranging between £140-£250 depending on experience

If this Computer Science Teacher role is for you, then Teaching Personnel would be keen to hear from you today! The best way to apply for this position is to email A CV across

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

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

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