Teacher of Mathematics - Interviews ASAP

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Maidstone
Salary
23000.00 - 38000.00 GBP Annual + GBP23000 - GBP38000/annum
Posted
13 May 2017
Closes
10 Jun 2017
Category
Education
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A school in central Kent is currently seeking a Mathematics teacher. They are looking to interview ASAP with slots available this week allowing you to quickly secure a new position for the September term.

You will be teaching in the Mathematics Department of a rapidly improving School under a highly supportive and well-renowned Academy trust offering retention initiatives, as well as excellent progression opportunities making this ideal for any individual seeking the next step in their career.The school is offering a flexible contract and they are willing to consider candidates both on a temporary supply basis and on a permanent longer-term basis making this an ideal opportunity to fit your current needs.

In addition to this, the school offers a support structure and very welcoming atmosphere, a benefit that will be invaluable to you in ensuring you have the best possible experience starting at a new school.

Ideal candidates will hold experience in teaching Mathematics, KS5 is preferred but not essential. Those with this experience will have the chance to quickly secure a new flexible opportunity and also benefit from a welcoming teaching environment and excellent career support.

If this is of interest to you, contact Oliver Jones on or via E-Mail at (url removed)

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