This school usually celebrates fantastic staff retention, and are looking to replace a Geography Teacher who is moving out of the area. There are dozens of Unique Selling Points about the school – but one of my favourites is that the Head of School stands on duty, litter picks, and runs detention himself – and in doing so, means that the staff are happy to do so too.
The Education Network has recently taken a vacancy from a fantastic school in Birmingham, who are looking to start working with a Geography Teacher who is looking to be involved in the whole of school life, as soon as you are able to do so, and could wait until October half-term. This particular school who are part of an outstanding academies trust, and their levels of attainment are exceptional - hence why they need teachers who can meet the standards of teaching and learning.
This school is looking for:
•QTS Geography Teacher, or
NQT Geography Teacher
•Able to interview immediately
•Someone to work with G&T pupils
•A teacher who can create a positive working environment with effective behaviour management
In addition to a brilliant working environment, this school offers:
•an excellent setting in which to work
•Flexible working conditions
•a highly achieving department to work in
•CPD every week
•Excellent public transport links
Although the school is in Birmingham centre, it has excellent access from motorways from surrounding areas, so would be well worth travelling the extra distance if you are unsure. The pay scales confirmed with the school is between M3 and M6, and are happy to negotiate TLR’s for more experienced Teachers.
Should you not hear from us regarding your application for this particular teacher position, please be reassured that you could be very suitable for another role – so send your CV regardless, to Matt.Nichols@theeducationnetwork.co.uk.