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KS3/4 Teacher Required - Kings Heath, Birmingham
Birmingham | SEND Teacher Jobs

OUR REFERENCE:
Axcis/184631
START DATE:
07 Sep 2020
JOB TITLE / ROLE:
KS3/4 Teacher Required - Kings Heath, Birmingham - Birmingham - Role: SEND Teacher Jobs
SECTOR:
Supply Jobs for SEND Teacher Jobs

DETAILS:
Job Title: KS3/4 Teacher Required - Kings Heath, Birmingham
JOB LOCATION:
Birmingham
I am working with a fantastic special school in Kings Heath, Birmingham. They are looking for an all round, flexible and enthusiastic KS3/4 experienced teacher to join their team in September. You will be working with a small group of SEND pupils in KS3/4. The school caters for pupils with ASD, SEMH, challenging behaviour, complex needs and other SEND needs. Ideally you will have previous experience of working within a similar setting. This is a full time role for the autumn term. You will be marking, planning and preparation. QTS required. If you are looking for a new role where you can really make a difference please get in touch.

Axcis is an equal opportunities employer and as such we do not discriminate based on age, gender, disability, race or any other equal opportunities criteria.

The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

As such, you will be required to provide an up to date CRB/DBS, or be prepared to allow Axcis to process one on your behalf, in addition to other mandatory compliance checks in line with the DfE guidelines (for details please see our website).

Axcis Education is an employment agency offering temporary supply work for daily, short-term and long-term assignments in addition to permanent positions.

You must be suitably qualified for the position advertised and be prepared to attend a face to face interview with Axcis to demonstrate your suitability for this role.

Salary / Pay Rate will be dependent on your skills and experience.

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Contact: Vicki Chapman

Telephone: 0121 516 3024