Teacher of Geography - Newcastle

CER Education Recruitment
Newcastle Upon Tyne
100.00 GBP Daily
03 Aug 2017
23 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Teacher of Geography

Are you Physical or Human Geography led? Do you love educating secondary school students in aid of developing their full Geography potential? This is going to be an exciting opportunity for you to apply for.

I am working with a client who has a FULL TIME vacancy starting in September 2017, in an enthusiastic secondary school, based on the outskirts of Newcastle city centre. The school is set nearby excellent road links in the A1 and A167 and can be accessed through regular public transportation, meaning Geography specialists from Tyneside, North Tyneside, Northumberland, South Tyneside, Wearside, Durham, Teesside and Redcar should all consider this applying for this opportunity due to the simple commute.

You, as our ideal candidate will have the following qualities:

*Qualified teaching status (newly qualified teaching status applicant are welcome to apply!)
*Confident and passionate in teaching Geography up to Key Stage Five (KS5)
*Be motived in developing Key Stage Three (KS3) and Key Stage Four (KS4) students at GCSE level.
*Self-confident in their communication with colleagues and peers both 1 to 1 and in group activities.

You will be teaching Geography to KS3, KS4 and KS5 to pupils who have selected Geography for their GCSE's and A-Levels. You will be required to plan your lessons, teach your students with passion and grade the work in good time.

As a successful applicant at CER who are placed in schools, you'll have direct access to our employment benefit scheme, which offers amazing online shopping discounts and cash back, plus up to 50% discount at several local restaurants. We also have a "refer and friend scheme" offering GBP250 cash for qualified teachers and GBP100 cash for teaching assistants who become working CER employees.

To apply for this role, please contact me over the phone on or by email on

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,
Robi Ham