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Head of Mathematics

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Head of Mathematics

  • Location:

    East London

  • Sector:

    Education

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £57003 to £62066

  • Contact phone:

    Mohammed Alexander

  • Contact email:

    malexander@executives.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

  • Job ref:

    J142

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-06-26

Position:           Head of Maths

Salary:              £57,003 - £62,066

Contract:          Permanent

Location:          East London

 

Our client is currently seeking an outstanding leader and practitioner who is ready to join the Extended Leadership Team and lead a Learning Area. The Mathematics Learning Area achieves consistently excellent outcomes and is renowned for its collaborative and friendly staff who are at the forefront of teaching and learning. We are looking for someone with the vision and academic acumen to continue the department’s success. The successful applicant will be a motivated team player, committed to the ethos of the Federation, well organised and energetic. Passionate about ensuring all students achieve, they will hold QTS, be able to demonstrate their ability to teach at all key stages, ensuring that all students achieve to the best of their ability.

 

  • Industry leading professional development
  • NQT training programme
  • Coaching & mentoring
  • Corporate gym membership
  • Federation salary allowance
  • Excellent transport links

 

This post represents a superb career opportunity for a motivated professional. Joining this education trust means being part of a community of exceptional practitioners. Colleagues are warm, welcoming and supportive of each other. As one of the country’s leading federations, our client engages with, and supports its workforce, thus creating an inspirational working environment which nurtures the development of personal and professional excellence. 

 

Applications are being considered on a rolling basis so please apply soon to avoid disappointment.