EYFS/ KS1 Teacher - Worcestershire - January 2020 start

Recruiter
Academics Ltd
Location
Worcestershire
Salary
110.00 - 150.00 GBP Daily + GBP110 - GBP150/day
Posted
08 Oct 2019
Closes
05 Nov 2019
Contract Type
Contract
Academics are currently searching for a KS1/EYFS teacher based in Worcestershire, to start January 2020.

The role will require the successful applicant to work closely with children with SEMH and so strong empathetic values and some intervention training are essential.

Work within an SEMH environment can be incredibly rewarding, allowing students with unqiue circumstances reach their full potential and thrive. If you believe you would suit such a role, then please apply today!

The candidate is required:

To have UK Qualified Teacher Status (QTS),
An up-to-date Enhanced DBS check (with overseas police checks where applicable),
A complete employment/education history, spanning at least 10 years,
Be able to teach students in KS1 curriculum work,
Have a level of intervention training, such as PMVA or restraint training,
Be eligible to work within the UK.Ideally, the successful applicant will also:

Have experience in working with children/adults with SEMH.
Strong and consistent management behaviour skills,
A knowledge of the national curriculum, especially numeracy and literacy
A passion for development, with the ability to motivate students across key ranges and key stages.

Register your interest in this role or to find out more information, please call Academics for friend discussion on (phone number removed) and ask for Edward, alternatively you can email myself: (url removed)

Academics offers competitive rates of pay, in many cases above industry standard, as well as providing ongoing support from experienced personal consultants to ensure you are taken care of.

We also run a refer a friend scheme whereby you will receive GBP125 for any member of staff who you recommend to us who then registers and works 20 days for us.

Academics are committed to safer recruitment, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, we expect every candidate to share this commitment. Assignments are subject to safeguarding and child protection screening in line with DfE polices, including right to work, employment history and enhanced DBS checks