Would you like to work for a leading secondary school in West Cheshire? Are you a qualified food technology teacher with experience of teaching key stages 3 & 4 and immediately/imminently free to start work?
Would you like to be represented by a proven and well recognised consultant; solely interested in working with honest, like minded and passionate professionals?
If you would like to be treated as a person as oppose to a statistic and prefer an honest and direct approach, please contact Frank Richards at New Directions Education on:
0151 515 0822.
I’m currently recruiting a food technology teacher, hopeful in that person is available to start after October/November half-term; potentially sooner if that person is available and free. The school have specifically asked for CVs from teachers who have the necessary attitude, qualifications and skills to help students attain the results they require for further education and employment. This will initially be a temporary role until the end of the academic year with an increasing chance of becoming permanent for the right candidate.
What will I have to do?
You will be expected to work a Full timetable be flexible and if possible, have experience of teaching textiles, although the latter isn’t going to rule out candidates.
You must be able to teach food technology and nutrition across Key Stages 3 & 4 (potentially KS5 if have experience).
What qualifications or experience do I need?
This school have asked for teachers who are able to prove and display the following:
What do New Directions Education provide me with:
The general role of a Food Technology Teacher is to deliver an innovative and engaging approach to the delivery of the food technology curriculum.
Working usually with colleagues across the DT curriculum, this is a specialist role, which requires catering expertise.
As a Food Technology Teacher you’ll be expected to: