Hadfield Education Personnel are currently recruiting for a Health and Social Care teacher to start immediately within a Nottinghamshire Academy. Suitable applications are required from Health and Social Care trained teachers with QTS and the ability to teach GCSE Health and Social Care.
Who should apply to this Health and Social Care teaching job in Newark?
UK qualified teachers, further education lecturers, overseas trained teachers or teachers who hold the equivalent of qualified teacher status (QTS) and have over six months experience of teaching GCSE Health and Social Care or higher.
What support will the successful Health and Social Care teacher receive?
- Full support from the Social Science Department.
- Advice and guidance from the Head of Department.
- One-to-one support with your personal consultant from Hadfield Education Personnel.
All applications will be expected to complete a DBS enhanced disclosure check and vetting and safeguarding checks in line with legislation. Hadfield Education Personnel prides itself on enhancing pupil learning and holds the expectation that all staff can progress pupils learning even if in school for just one day. If you are interested in applying to this Health and Social Care teaching job in Newark you must be able to demonstrate a conscientious and hard-working pupil centred approach to your teaching.
What’s the next stage in applying to this Health and Social Care teaching opportunity?
Apply now and start our comprehensive 28 step teacher analysis. From which successful applicants would then be shortlisted to the school for the position.
Health and Social Care teaching jobs in Newark
Salary: £110-£161 per day
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