ICT Teacher - January 2017

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
24999.00 - 28999.00 GBP Annual
Posted
24 Nov 2016
Closes
22 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
ICT Teacher - January 2017

A School in Wrexham are looking to appoint an outstanding and enthusiastic teacher of ICT and Computing to join their successful and cohesive ICT department.

The department is well-resourced within the school and has excellent ICT facilities. The teacher will have experience of teaching from Key Stage 3 to Post 16.

The successful candidate will be an outstanding classroom practitioner with an excellent knowledge of a range of software applications, including Adobe Photoshop, Flash and Dreamweaver, and programming languages including Python and Java.

Experience of teaching Key Stage 4 courses including GCSE ICT, GCSE Computing and Post 16 courses to include A-level and BTEC would be an advantage.

We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools within the North Wales area. These schools range in size, catchment, religious background and ethos. Within these schools our teachers support pupils across Key Stage 3, 4 and 5. We understand that every school and child is different so we carefully match our teachers with the schools and children to which they work with best.

Randstad Education is the UK market leader. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent education jobs for nearly twenty years. Working with over 2,500 schools each week we can find the right match for your skills.

In reward for your hard work and commitment we provide competitive rates of pay with no hidden deductions, a refer a friend scheme, teacher of the term awards, access to Randstad Education's online CPD portfolio, long-term and permanent job opportunities, a dedicated consultant with a 24hr on call facility and an honest and trustworthy approach that matches you to the right school.

Please apply online to be considered for this position.

All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards and UK eligibility checks