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Secondary Geography teacher - Milton keynes

Job description

Our client has recently become part of the Griffin Schools Trust and new management is looking to appoint staff across the board in September. Being an international school opens up opportunities to students and teachers alike, by offering the International Baccalaureate to students it allows Teachers to further their educational careers and enhance their teaching experience abroad. A brand new Science and DT building has just been commissioned to facilitate growth in these departments, opening up development opportunities in new departments.

Currently looking to recruit a charismatic secondary sector educator to join our client's ever growing Geography department in the MK14 area. Approaching lessons creatively and embracing student independence is what we will be looking for. We would expect GCSE classes to be taught and A Level Geography may be available for the right candidate. You would join a large and supportive Individuals & Societies faculty (Geography, History, Religious Studies, Enterprise and Marketing) - Experience of teaching other humanities subjects would be desirable. The post is equally well suited to an NQT starting their career or a more experienced educator looking to further their educational career.

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  • Competitive salary
  • Providing regular work based upon your availability, school preferences, skills and desired career direction
  • Planner / diary to inform us of days you are unavailable
  • Working hours and times that suit you

Key information:

  • Flexible hours contract
  • £500 - £800 Per Week (Based on a 5 day working week)
  • Typical start time of 8:30am
  • Secondary School Teaching
  • FQT's + NQT's Welcome

Boasting regular staff socials in which the whole school gets involved, a discount on their theatre productions and a free gym membership it's a great opportunity all round!

If you are looking to further your educational career or if you are wanting an exciting new opportunity then why not get in touch using the contact information below?

Your new career starts here!

T : 01604 521222 (For Oliver Howarth)

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