Economics & Business Studies Teacher Required in Waltham Forest for an Immediate Start

Economics & Business Studies Teacher Required in Waltham Forest for an Immediate Start

Job Ref: DV/101
Location Waltham Forest in Greater London
Further Education Lecturer Further Education Lecturer
Economics and Business Studies Economics and Business Studies
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Permanent Temporary Supply
Salary £28,355 - £40,035 per annum
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description

Would you like a new challenge in November 2019?

Are you an Economics Teacher who can also deliver Business Studies up to Key Stage 5?

***School Rated “Good”
***Leadership Opportunities
***Supportive SLT and Department
***Immediate Interviews Available

This is a mixed mainstream school part of a much larger academy trust which allows the school to share useful resources and activities throughout the academic year.

The school has been rated “Good” by Ofsted and the highly inclusive ethos and exemplary behaviour are key factors.

This school is situated in East London and is easily accessible by rail, tube and bus links. The area also benefits from local commercial shopping outlets and many different social activities of interest.

We would particularly welcome applications from teachers who are experienced in delivering Economics to Key Stage 5. You will need to be a qualified teacher who has a real skill for planning and designing tasks that capture students imagination.

You will receive strong support and have the opportunity to work with excellent colleagues as you drive educational standards to being outstanding in every respect. This post offers the opportunity for leadership and would also be excellent preparation for future progression.

If you would describe yourself as an excellent Economics Teacher, then please email your CV in or call on 0207 337 0047

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