Food Technology Teacher

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a food technology teacher from September 2017.
We are looking to appoint an ambitious, enthusiastic and successful teacher of Food Technology and Nutrition, keen to develop their career to join a friendly and supportive team. This role would suit a newly qualified teacher or a more experienced teacher seeking a new challenge.
This 11-16 school is 'good' Ofsted rated and is oversubscribed. They are a dynamic and inclusive team who is committed to sharing ideas and improving standards. Their pupils work hard to achieve their highest potential and they appreciate good teaching and support.
You will need to be resourceful and innovative in your teaching approach and be able to teaching all aspects of Food Technology at KS3 and KS4. The position is full time to start September 2017.
Salary: £110 - £200 per day dependent on experience and scale
Food Technology specialists must hold a UK recognised teaching qualification, i.e. BSc QTS, BA QTS, CERT ED, PGCE, B.Ed, etc
Don't miss out on this opportunity. Apply now or contact:
Stacey Grubham
Senior Consultant
Celsian Birmingham Branch
0121 633 4698

Celsian Education has been placing teachers and teaching assistants since 1993 and operates throughout a network of offices across the UK enabling us to respond to your needs quickly and effectively. As was one of the first agencies to be awarded the DfE Quality Mark (now known as REC Audited Education) and the first national agency to be awarded APSCo Compliance+ - safeguarding, quality and professionalism is at the heart of what we do. Applicants will be expected to undergo a face-to-face interview, reference checks and an enhanced DBS disclosure. Celsian Education is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within education. All of our employees are trained in Safer Recruitment as standard. Celsian Education are proud to operate the Children & Young People Guarantee, if the quality of work undertaken by someone we place has resulted in a negative impact on children's learning within the school then the client will not be charged.