Teacher of Computer Science Outwood Academy Normanby, Middlesbrough
- £24,373 to £40,490
- Contract type
- Working patterns
- Full time
- Full time
- Start date
- September 2020
Outwood Academy Normanby seeks applications from outstanding applicants with integrity, imagination and energy for this rewarding role.
We are looking for a full time Teacher of Computer Science commencing in September 2020. We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and inspiring classroom practitioner with a real passion for ICT. We offer an exciting opportunity to enhance an already highly successful and motivated team.
This is a fantastic opportunity for enthusiastic, driven professionals to join our Family of Schools. An excellent knowledge and understanding of the subject is essential. You must possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of our students and share our single goal of ‘students first’. Applications are invited from both newly qualified and experienced professionals.
The Outwood Grange Family of Schools offers:
• The opportunity to work and progress across the Family of Schools.
• The chance to apply for leadership roles in the Deeps working across the whole Academy.
• A full and detailed programme of support and development for NQTs.
• A further comprehensive programme of professional development is provided through the Outwood Institute of Education (formerly the teaching school).
For further information please visit our website www.normanby.outwood.com or email Alice Henderson, Business Manager on email@example.com.
The Outwood Grange Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children. All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory DBS check
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Interviews are scheduled for Thursday 26 March 2020, however this date may be amended subject to guidance from Public Health England.