One of our tremendous using secondary schools based in Neston on the Wirral is looking for a new Science technician to work full time for the entirety of this academic year.
We are searching for caring, patient and understanding, Science Technicians, with strong interpersonal skills, who are passionate about working with young people.
As a Science Technician you must be confident in dealing with challenging behaviour and therefore must have outstanding behaviour management and will be expected to assist with the implementation of instructional plans.
If successful, you will be ready to work with all children to promote educational, social and emotional development.
New Directions is more than just a recruitment agency, we look after our candidates and aim to ensure that you are well supported and rewarded, throughout your teaching journey. Whether its career advice, feedback or just in need of a chat, you will always be welcomed.
We are always available to take time out for you. This role demands enthusiasm, patience and a diverse set of skills. We need candidates who are willing to step up to this challenging role with confidence that they can help to develop and nurture these young minds on their way to success.
As a valued member of ESP, you’ll receive:
Competitive rates of weekly pay. ·
A team with over ten years’ experience in both small, local and large national education agencies.
Regular candidate workshops, enabling you to share and learn from other candidates. ·A competitive recommend a friend scheme.
A variety of daily, short and long-term positions to suit your needs ·
All candidates who register with Education Supply Pool will undergo a vetting process which includes obtaining 2 satisfactory relevant references and an enhanced DBS check. All offers are conditional upon satisfactory background checks
New Directions Education recruits Science Technicians to assist the biology, physics and chemistry departments within schools across the UK.
You will normally work within a team of Technicians helping carry out the following tasks:
Candidates would ideally have a background in a school environment and have a qualification in biology, physics or chemistry to a degree (or equivalent) level.