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Date Added: Tue 07/11/2023

Science Teacher

Wolverhampton, WV1, UK
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Job Type: Contract, Full Time

Salary: £28000 - £40000/annum

Job Role: Science Teacher

Location: Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Salary: £28,000 to £40,000 per annum

Contract: Full time

Simply Education is proud to work in a partnership with local schools in and around the West Midlands area. We are currently looking for a Science Teacher who are passionate about making a different in the lives of young people with additional needs.

The ideal Science Teacher will be compassionate, hardworking, organised, and knowledgeable within the sector.

The school is looking for a fully qualified Science Teacher either from a mainstream background who is looking to make that transition into a SEND setting or has experience of working in Special Schools/ SEMH.

About the school:

Your new school has four on site, which include two Pupil Referral Units, a Care Home, and Hospital Service. Their ambition is “To be the leading light for alternative provision”.

The school are looking for an induvial who can follow the science curriculum to educate their students to further their education, which would be a Key Stage 4 setting.

Key Responsibilities:

- Work with the students' Teacher to deliver high-quality bespoke learning opportunities.

- Support the students to become re-engaged with their learning.

- Model and promote high behaviour expectations.

Key Requirements:

- Interest in the subjects covered in the GCSE Science Curriculum.

- An understanding of working with disengaged students.

- Knowledge and understanding of vocational education.

- Strong communication skills.

- Resilience and the ability to model and promote high behaviour expectations.

- Ability to inspire and motivate students.

- Willingness to learn new skills and techniques.

- Ability to work effectively as part of a team.

- Driving license and access to own transport is desirable.

The key benefits for working with Simply Education are:

-Your own dedicated consultant who will support, advise, and guide you through the registration process.

-24/7 access to your dedicated consultant via phone/text/email - That can answer any arising questions or needs.

-Exclusive access to our Educational Development Managers - We offer several SEND courses such as Autism Awareness, De-escalation Practices, An introduction to the role of a Teaching Assistant and Behaviour management. All our courses are completely free and will help you to upskill you're understanding and approach.

-Competitive rates of pay.

-Minimal administration (no time sheets!) - At Simply Education we pride ourselves in making the process easier for you as candidates. We process all timesheets for you ensuring the pay is always on time.

-Email and SMS verification of bookings - For all bookings you will receive a booking confirmation and directs to the school. You will also have access to an online diary system where you can view your bookings and update your availability.

-£75 referral scheme - If you refer a friend to us both you and your friend will receive a £75 bonus following the successful completion of 10 days.

If you are interested in this Education Support Worker position, please click 'apply now' and forward an up-to-date copy of your CV.  Alternatively, for an informal chat about the teaching assistant role please contact Alex Markham, SEND Recruitment Consultant at our Cheshire office in Nantwich. 

Your consultant will be in touch with you to arrange the next steps in the recruitment process. All successful applicants will be required to attend an interview (online or face-to-face) and to undergo relevant safeguarding checks, including a full application form. All candidates who register with Simply Education will also have 2 years referencing taken up and will be required to have an enhanced DBS check completed. All offers are conditional pending the completion of all relevant checks. 

Simply Education's specialist consultants will be on hand throughout the recruitment process to provide guidance and information about any roles we have available. We started our journey in January 2006 with the aim to provide teaching staff with local supply work and permanent roles. Over the years we have built strong working relationships with our schools, and we pride ourselves on placing enthusiastic candidates in their ideal teaching roles
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