Job Reference: PTMusPriTJob ID 207260072
Job Type: Part Time
Salary: £100 - £150 a day
Date Posted: 26th January, 2018
Date Closing: 13th August, 2018
Sector(s): Primary Teacher Jobs
Agency: Castles Education
Castles Education are currently recruiting for a Primary School on the Rochdale / Oldham border who require a Primary Music Teacher to commence on a fixed term, part-time contract working 2 days per week. This assignment is covering a permanent vacancy and as such there is a strong chance of permanent appointment for the ideal candidate.
This school require an enthusiastic, engaging and dedicated Music Teacher who has a strong musical background as well as Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
This post is NOT suitable for NQT’s.
To apply for this role, you must:
* Hold qualified teacher status (QTS)
* Have previous experience of teaching Music to primary aged pupils
* You must have evidence of recent and up to date CPD
* There is a leadership element to this role and you must be willing and capable of developing an annual action plan for music with strategies to raise the attainment of pupils.
If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, please apply today by emailing Mathew with your up to date CV using the contact details provided. If you would like further information you can contact Mathew on 0161 9149194.
Castles is an education recruitment agency that has been set up by local school leaders and a Greater Manchester Headteacher, managed by education professionals, for the profession, by the profession. Your career is in good hands with us. Our management team has over 50 years of combined professional experience in the Education sector and our Recruitment Consultants possess over 20 years combined education recruitment experience.
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