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Business Studies Teacher / Business Studies NQT
A College in the Lancashire region require a Business Studies Teacher / Business Studies NQT to teach KS4-5 Business Studies.
This will be a November 2020 start, part time role.
This fantastic Business Studies Teacher opportunity is also open for Newly Qualified Business Studies Teachers (NQT) who are looking to complete their NQT induction in a supportive and diverse College. Does this sound like the Business Studies Teacher / Business Studies NQT opportunity for you? Yes...? THEN PLEASE APPLY NOW!
JOB DESCRIPTION * Business Studies Teacher / Business Studies NQT * Teaching Business Studies to both Key Stage 4 & 5 * Working apart of a fantastic Business Studies Department! * Part Time
PERSON SPECIFICATION * MUST HAVE UK QTS or QTLS * Strong understanding of the Business Studies curriculum * You must be an outgoing, motivated and engaging Business Studies Teacher * Must take on-board peer feedback and look to develop as a Business Teacher * Good academics: GCSEs, A Levels and Degree * Good understanding of the Teaching Standards required
Apply today for this fantastic Business Studies Teacher / Business Studies NQT opportunity. We would love to hear from you if you are a passionate Business Studies Teacher / Business Studies NQT opportunity - Please send your CV to Joe at Veritas, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01772 846 610!!
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Veritas Education work with a variety of schools covering a wide geographical area. We deal with teaching placements at Primary, Secondary and college level as well as support staff positions also within these.
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