Location: South Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: Pay to scale
My client based in South Birmingham is an all through school and has a reputation within the local area as being a “fantastic school” that has good behaviour and a fantastic support network.
The school is going from strength to strength and is looking for passionate teachers to join them to ensure good progress continues. Staff will be able to receive high quality training and support which is recognised as being among the best in the country- and our pupils will have opportunities to be able to take part in additional network-wide activities such as competitions, debates, music galas and university coaching.
Balfor Recruitment are currently working with a mainstream secondary school based in South Birmingham who are looking to appoint an inspirational Health & Social Care Teacher to join their school in September 2019.
They are looking for a teacher who has the ability to teach Health & Social Care with child development, up to KS5.
You will be joining a secondary school for students from ages 11-18.
The school are looking for either an NQT or an experienced Health & Social Care Teacher who is passionate about their subject.
Balfor Recruitment is an award winning recruiter to the public, private and non-profit sectors for temporary, contract and permanent staffing. With over 20 years of proven success within the recruitment industry we can provide specialist staff in the following areas:
- SEN Teachers and Support Staff
- Primary Teachers and Support Staff
- Secondary Teachers and Support Staff
- Nursery Nurses and Nursery Assistants
- FE Lecturers
- Note Takers
- BSL Signers
- Academic Support Workers and Dyslexia Tutors
What you’ll get in return:
As well as an attractive and competitive daily rate, you will gain experience of working within a school and a good insight into the education sector. We’re extremely proud to have been assisting schools in these areas for several years. You will also join our refer a friend scheme where you could be entitled to receive £200 in vouchers.