Job Reference: KW061118
Job Type: Temporary
Date Posted: 6th November, 20182018-11-06
Date Closing: 14th December, 201812/14/2018
Sector(s): Supply Teaching Job Vacancies, London Supply Teacher Jobs
Agency: Castles Education
Are you a teacher of Engineering & Resistant Materials ? Are you a teacher who wants to take the next step up in their teaching career? If so Castles Education have a Head of Department role for you.
We are working closely with a secondary school in Enfield who are looking to recruit an excellent teacher to become their next full time Head of Department. You would need to be an experienced and excellent teacher with a proven track record of achieving high teaching standards. As a teacher at this school, you will have excellent communication and organisational skills with a thorough understanding of the curriculum and a passion for the subject. Applications from candidates who have managed a similar department are welcome.
The school shares a strong commitment to learning with high expectations of staff and students alike. Teaching staff provide a high quality learning experience within a supportive pastoral system, where everyone is valued and equal.
To become part of this exciting team you will need to show :
·Must have QTS with a solid employment history
·An ability to engage students of all levels into the subject
·Promote the GCSE and A level options to students
·To evaluate progress and meet department levels of progress
·Keeping accurate track records of students’ progress at KS4 and KS5
·To promote changes with the curriculum across the department
·Ensure all students have an equal opportunity to learn the subject.
Salary for this post is Main Pay Scale +TLR2. Starting in January 2019 on a long-term basis with a view to becoming a permanent member of staff.
Interviews are taking place within the next two weeks. If you are interested in this role, do not delay. Send your CV to Castles Education today.
We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, younger learners and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. All positions will be subject to enhanced DBS checks, satisfactory references and will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974