Monarch Education is working with a secondary school in Birmingham to seek a dedicated specialist in the field of Design and Technology. This opportunity is poised to commence at the earliest convenience, requiring a qualified individual to engage with Key Stage 3 & 4 students in the secondary school setting.
We are in search of candidates who possess the confidence to immerse themselves in school life, along with the fervour to impart their subject expertise to students. As a successful candidate, you will need to:
Hold a teaching qualification or boast substantial teaching experience within the realm of Design and Technology.
Demonstrate the capacity to seamlessly adapt your teaching style to accommodate the diverse needs of students in the classroom.
Exhibit adept behaviour management skills and the self-assurance to effectively lead a class.
Offer specialised skills including flexibility, adaptability, confidence, strong interpersonal abilities, and an affinity for working with young individuals.
Your role will encompass:
Crafting and delivering captivating lessons that engage students.
Devoting yourself to enhancing academic standards and elevating student achievement.
Demonstrating commitment to ongoing assessment of student progress.
Collaborating closely with the Design and Technology department to support students’ academic growth.
Embracing an affiliation with Monarch Education comes with an array of benefits, as we hold our staff in high regard and acknowledge their diligent efforts. Explore the following advantages:
Affinity Extra: Access to numerous discounts and cashback offers.
Guaranteed pay scheme.
Assurance of consistent work opportunities.
If you believe this opportunity aligns with your career trajectory, kindly submit your CV and a succinct cover letter detailing your suitability for the role to Ross.Turner@monarchEducation.com. For comprehensive insights into Monarch, including other available roles, please consult the link provided below.
Both Affinity Workforce Solutions and Monarch Education are unwavering in their commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young individuals. As such, all temporary staff are expected to uphold this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to a thorough pre-employment vetting process, encompassing references from former employers, health assessments, and verification of eligibility to work in the UK, an enhanced DBS check, and scrutiny against pertinent barred lists. Given the nature of this role, involving daily interaction with children, it qualifies as regulated activity.