Economics Teacher 0.4

Economics Teacher 0.4

Job Ref: SD/ETPT
Location Richmond and London in Richmond upon Thames and City of London
Further Education Lecturer Further Education Lecturer
Economics and Business Studies Economics and Business Studies
Secondary Teaching Jobs Secondary Teaching Jobs
Economics and Business Studies Economics and Business Studies
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Permanent
Salary £29,915 - £45,776 per annum
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description

Are you an Economics Teacher with a real passion for your subject?

Can you deliver high quality Economics lessons up to A-Level?

*** Highly Achieving School and Sixth Form
*** Ofsted Rated “Outstanding”
*** Highly Supportive Science Department
*** Progression and Development Encouraged

A successful secondary school located in South West London is seeking to recruit a dynamic, innovative and enthusiastic Economics Teacher. This is a part-time position which will involve teaching Economics across up to A-Level. The role would suit either an experienced or newly qualified Economics Teacher, as the school has an excellent support structure in place.

This Ofsted rated Outstanding school is successful, vibrant, happy and oversubscribed, where students are happy, behave well and are stretched academically. The school is looking to appoint a Economics Teacher who shares their passion for learning and their determination to challenge and inspire young minds.

The school offers excellent support and an extensive programme of professional development opportunities for staff which would be extended to the successful Economics Teacher. They wish to ensure the successful Economics Teacher has everything needed to develop their potential within and beyond the school. A wide range of opportunities are also available to assist students achieve their best in every aspect of their personal, social, academic, sporting and moral development.

If you are a qualified Economics Teacher and are keen to hear more, please do not delay in applying.

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