History Teacher

History Teacher

Posted 3 days ago

Simply Education are working closely with a number of schools in Lincolnshire that are requiring additional subject specialists for the final term of the academic year.

Are you a History or humanities specialist looking at improving your work-life balance or looking to gain more experience in the classroom by work in multiple schools.

As the History teacher you will need to be able to be adaptive and have good subject knowledge as well as being able to plan engaging lessons.

For more information about this role please call 01522 370 172 and ask to speak for Will. We will be able to discuss this role in more details and can then book you in for an informal interview.

You will need to:

• Be a fully qualified Teacher (QTS), newly qualified teacher (NQT) with a PGCE or a Bachelor in Education.

• Have experience of teaching within the UK curriculum; minimum 6 months.

• Be a flexible and confident individual, who has a creative approach to teaching.

• Be adaptable and reliable.

Benefits for the English Teacher:

• Your own dedicated Secondary school consultant.

• Access to our unique Educational Development Managers who provide CPD training.

• A variety of daily and long-term positions to suit your needs.

• 24/7 access to your dedicated consultant via phone.

• Minimal administration (no timesheets).

• Email and SMS verification of bookings.

• Online diary of bookings, you pick when you want to work!

• School directions.

• £75 refer-a-friend scheme.

All candidates who register with Simply Education are required to provide references for the previous 2 years of work, as well as complete an enhanced DBS check. Due to COVID-19 regulations, any interviews we hold will be conducted over a Zoom call.

If this job is not quite right for you but you are looking for a new job in education, please still contact your local Lincoln office for a confidential discussion on your career and different opportunities that are available.

REF: WPH-HIS986-DN21

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