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Boys PE Teacher - Buxton
September 2020 until December 2020 - Full Time
Supply Rate - Salary is dependent on experience, training or/and qualifications
Vision for Education is a thriving and genuine education recruitment and supply agency who have been in operation for over a decade across Greater Manchester.
As part of the TES, we advertise on behalf of the schools who we are partnered with providing a solution to their temporary supply needs, varying from daily supply, short and long-term placements and permanent jobs for teachers, NQTs, teaching assistants, cover supervisors and support staff. The are consistently striving to ensure the highest standards of behaviour, teaching and learning, and achievement.
More about the role available:
We're recruiting for a dedicated and passionate Teacher of KS3 and KS4 Boys PE to commence this September 2020 for a term in the first instance. Our client is an outstanding Secondary School with an exceptional leadership team who work tirelessly to ensure they provide the very best education for their pupils.
To be considered for the position of Boys PE Teacher you must:
Hold UK Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or QTLS.
The successful candidate will have prior experience delivering the PE GCSE specification
Be a passionate and innovative KS3 and KS4 specialist PE Teacher.
Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of secondary teachers who put children at the heart of everything they do.
Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons.
Have very high expectations of students and staff alike.
At Vision for Education we take our responsibilities to you seriously and our aim is to ensure you are well supported and rewarded for your efforts including:
Excellent Pay Rates - All through our own dedicated PAYE system (No Umbrella).
Dedicated and genuine support throughout your placement 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Access to free CPD such as Team Teach, Autism Awareness and Moving and Handling qualifications.
Full compliance with AWR (Agency Worker Regulations) to make sure you get paid what you deserve.
£50 reward every time you recommend a colleague.
Pension Contributions (subject to qualifying period).
Regular social events with 100% complimentary food and drink.
If you are a qualified PE Teacher who can enthuse, motivate, and engage students, and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you.
Apply today, or for more information on this and other teaching opportunities across Vision for Education, contact the Secondary Education team in the Manchester Branch on (phone number removed) today!
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