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Supply Teacher (3251496531)

Education 教育培訓

Adult Education

Yearly

GCSE/Scottish Standard Grades A-Level Postgraduate or above 碩士或以上 Undergraduate or above 學士或以上 Intermediate apprenticeship 學徒

PSW 華語工作 Contract 合同制 Full-Time 全職 Internship 實習 Part-Time 兼職

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Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom

The Catholic Partnership Supply Service are now busier than ever with requests to day to day and long term supply staff. CPSS work with a huge variety of primary schools based in and around the West Midlands area. We require flexible, adaptable and confident primary trained teachers and Level 2/3 Teaching Assistants to work within the south Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull area's. With the volume of business within the West Midlands increasing. We are thrilled to be looking to recruit eager, enthusiastic and passionate primary trained teachers, who are confident and hold minimum 1 year's experience in teaching in EYFS, key stages 1 and 2. Also seeking TA's who are qualified and have SEN experience. As the successful Primary Teacher / TA you will need to: - Be a fully Qualified Teacher, with a Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), Be a level 2/3 qualified TA - Have the ability to prepare, plan deliver and mark - Have strong classroom management skills - Be able to deal with challenging behaviour, with creative approach - Be able to use your own initiative and work as part of a team Benefits of working through CPSS: Working within a high percentage of Catholic primary schools in and around the West Midlands Experienced consultant who specialises in liaising with local Catholic schools Long term, permanent and day to day roles available, including the opportunity to work towards your Induction Competitive rates of pay Continued professional development via the Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership The Catholic Partnership Supply Service requires all teachers to have a fully enhanced DBS check, minimum of two references plus a face to face interview