Economics Teacher – Independent Sixth Form
Start Date: September 2020
Timetable: Full or Part Time
Our client, an independent sixth form in London, is looking for a suitably qualified and experienced Economics Teacher to join their high achieving, well regarded institution.
The sixth form is part of a wider group of independent schools that caters for a mix of local and international students. Academic achievement is well above average and many students go on to Oxbridge and Russell Group Universities in the UK and leading universities around the world. As well as KS5, the college also tutor for undergraduate and foundation degree level as well as Pre-U.
Currently the college require an outstanding Economics Teacher to support the smooth running of the department. The Economics Teacher will teach engaged students with high aspirations. The successful Economics Teacher will be an economics graduate and an expert in their field, having excellent academics themselves. They will also possess a natural ability to build rapport with young people and be able to break complex ideas and topics down to accessible chunks that students can retain.
There is some flexibility with the timetabling so this role could be full-time or part-time. If a teacher wanted to offer a second subject there might also be scope for this.
Salary will be on the schools own generous scale and be dependent on experience and skill set.
If you do have the relevant requirements and would like to be considered for the role of Economics Teacher please send through your CV, or call Mhairi at Connaught for more information.
Connaught Education is a trading brand of Connaught Resourcing and operates as an Employment Business and an Employment Agency. We are a committed equal opportunities employer who respect and value cultural diversity. We are committed to supporting the welfare of children and young people. In support of current Safeguarding legislation we will carry out background checks and an Enhanced DBS Disclosure as part of our recruitment and selection procedures.