Are you a dynamic, forward-thinking ICT Teacher with a passion for inspiring young minds? If you’re ready to join a thriving educational community, Monarch Education invites you to embark on an exciting journey with us! We are currently seeking an ICT Teacher to be a part of our secondary school team in Birmingham, B38 where you can make a meaningful impact on the lives of students in Key Stages 3 to 5.
To excel in this role, you will need to:
Hold a recognized teaching qualification (QTS).
Demonstrate prior experience in teaching ICT to Key Stage 3, 4, or 5 students.
Establish constructive and nurturing relationships with your students.
Embrace flexibility and adaptability, always approaching your work in education with a positive mindset.
Showcase a proven track record of teaching the UK curriculum within the last two years.
Your role as an ICT Teacher at Monarch Education will involve:
Fostering positive relationships with parents, students, and fellow educators.
Delivering high-quality ICT education to secondary school students.
If this opportunity resonates with your career aspirations, we invite you to share your CV and a brief cover letter explaining why you’re the perfect fit for this role with us at Ross.Turner@monarchEducation.com. For more details about Monarch Education and additional career opportunities, please visit our website: www.monarcheducation.com.
At Monarch Education, we value our staff and show our appreciation for their hard work with a range of benefits, including:
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At Affinity Workforce Solutions and Monarch Education, we are dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all our temporary workers to share this commitment. Successful candidates will undergo a thorough pre-employment screening process, including references from current and previous employers, health checks, and right-to-work verification in the UK, an enhanced DBS check, and a check against the appropriate barred list. This role involves daily interaction with children and falls under regulated activity.