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Chemistry Teacher New


Teaching Personnel

£31,714 - 41,674 per year + Additional Benefits

New Milton

Permanent | Full Time

24/06/2022

No

KS5 Chemistry Teacher

Teaching Personnel are seeking to recruit a fully qualified and motivated Teacher of Chemistry to join one of our fantastic partner secondary schools in New Milton. The successful Teacher will be creative, interactive, and passionate about education. You must be able to teach Chemistry at KS5 and have a proven track record of teaching this subject to a high standard.

The Science department is fortunate to have a strong department with well-equipped science laboratories all fitted with interactive whiteboards and data projectors, supported by an excellent technical team. The school is known for its welcoming staff community and strong behaviour management.

For the right educator this role could progress to Head of Science.

Position: Full time, permanent

Start date: September 1st 2022

Requirements for this position are as follows:

  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • Chemistry degree
  • A proven track record when it comes to delivering high quality Science lessons to KS5
  • The ability to work on an intervention basis, both on a small group and individual basis whenever necessary
  • The ability to motivate pupils to achieve excellent examination results
  • Exceptional classroom management skills
  • A clear passion for the subject as well as outstanding subject knowledge
  • A team player and willing to help out with extracurricular activities
  • Can demonstrate exceptional organisational and interpersonal skills

Other expectations of this role are as follows:

  • Providing Subject Leaders/Heads of Department with regular feedback related to overall student progression
  • Creating resources that have been effectively differentiated to meet individual needs
  • Being able to successfully display patience and resilience when looking to develop student knowledge, whilst always being on hand to manage any pastoral issues
  • Implementing consistent behaviour management policies, making expectations for students as clear as possible
  • Setting clear and concise learning objectives/goals, both in the short and long term
  • Planning and marking

If you are interested in this position and would like to join a well-equipped Science department within good school, then please apply now or call Kerri from the Dorset and Hants Secondary Branch.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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