Are you passionate about computer science and eager to share your knowledge with students? Do you have experience teaching computer science concepts to diverse groups of learners? Are you excited about staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in the field of computer science? If you said “Yes” to any of the three questions, apply now!
Randstad are in search of a trustworthy and knowledgeable Computer science Teacher to join our team and help us support a Secondary school located in the Burnley area. The School will be requiring someone for as soon as possible up until Christmas. At this point the school will be reviewing their staffing needs and will inform you if you will be required from January. Alternatively if you are looking for a long term position, we do have roles available from January 2024.
The school will be requiring someone with strong knowledge of computer science principles and programming language, effective communication skills to engage and inspire the students, the ability to create a positive and inclusive learning environment, experience in curriculum development and lesson planning, and of course a passion for continuous learning.
The school itself is a vibrant and inclusive educational institution that offers a supportive learning environment where students are provided what they need in resources and encouragement in order to reach their full potential. They are known for their strong focus on academic excellence, as well as its commitment to nurturing students personal and social development.
Pay Rate: £140.00 – £220.
Area of work: Burnley (BB10 Postcode)
Start date: November 2023 (As soon as possible)
End Date: 22nd December 2023
Schools will be offering roles that are both short term and long term. You will be allocated to a role based on your location, qualifications, experience and preference.
Apply today to continue your career in teaching with the support from Randstad Education and the schools across Lancashire. We are able to provide you with a network of opportunities in the local Secondary schools and access to CPD events.