Business Studies and Economics Teacher Required from October

Reference: SA_GR_9684

Hertfordshire

St Albans

11/10/2017

Keep Education is seeking a Business Studies and Economics Teacher on behalf of a secondary school based in St Albans. You will be teaching Business Studies and Economics classes for GCSE and A Level teaching lessons for students with varying levels of ability. A strong personality and high standard of teaching is required. The role is full time beginning after the October half term break and run until the end of term.

As a Business Studies and Economics Teacher, you should have good subject knowledge, a good understanding of relevant exam technique, and development and the presentation skills to teach high quality lessons and give students the necessary skills to excel in these subjects.

Fully qualified teachers are asked to apply for this role, but newly qualified teachers may be considered. All that is necessary is to demonstrate good knowledge of Business Studies and Economics and the ability to teach these subjects to others.

To apply for this role, you must have:

QTS, NQT, B.Ed, PGCE, or a recognised teaching qualification

Enhanced DBS Certificate

Expert knowledge of Business Studies and Economics

Ability to provide two professional reference checks and legal right to work in the UK

Excellent communication skills, which are crucial for keeping children’s interest

Experience in teaching is essential, and leadership experience desirable

Keep Education is one of the top agencies in the area and we are committed to making great placements that work for teachers and schools. If you are interested in applying for this role, or any other teaching job, we would like to hear from you. To apply for this role, please send a CV or call the office to discuss your goals and suitability for this role.

If this exciting job opportunity appeals to you, please contact us on 01582 721510 or email your CV to info@keepeducation.com. We would be happy to discuss how we can help you with the next stage of your career.