£30k - 45k per year
020 7587 5153
5 months ago
We are delighted to be recruiting for an Economist to join an a co-educational senior school in Dorset on a permanent basis.
We have a full-time position available, although we are willing to consider part time, and are seeking to appoint a committed, suitably qualified and experienced graduate to teach in this dynamic and well-resourced Department.
The successful applicant will demonstrate a genuine passion for the subject as well as an enthusiasm about the way in which it is taught. Ideally, they will offer the ability to teach up to A level. Applicants should be interested in sharing good practice and offering new ideas to the schemes of work at every level of the curriculum. A willingness to contribute to the tutorial programme for potential Oxbridge students applying for economics-related courses would be beneficial, as would an ability to assist in developing the use of ICT across the department. We welcome applications from experienced teachers or NQTs from a wide range of backgrounds. We are also happy to consider applications from those without professional qualifications in teaching, if they are well qualified in Economics and have some relevant experience. Successful candidates in this category would typically be supported by the school to gain QTS.
The Department of Economics benefits from a strong sense of teamwork which makes it a very happy and rewarding environment in which to work. The seven full time members of the department come from an array of backgrounds and have a wide range of experience. The department is strongly committed to helping students of all abilities achieve their academic potential and it is consequently held in high regard by students and staff alike. Student numbers in the department have continued to increase over the past five years and class sizes at GCSE and A level are typically between 10 and 15 pupils.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jess on 0207 0911 641
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