Gresham’s School is situated in the Georgian town of Holt and sits within 200 acres of glorious countryside. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and with the Norfolk Broads and the North Norfolk Coast just a few miles away.
We are currently looking for an outstanding Teacher of Economics to join our thriving and successful department. The successful applicant will need to be an excellent classroom practitioner who has a significant interest in Economics and is excited at the prospect of joining a strong academic team. The teaching of Economics will be required for Years 12 and 13 to A-level and the IB Diploma level, in a classroom situated within a state of the art newly built £4m building.
The role is not just classroom based as the School has both boarding and day students and runs an extended school day offering a vast range of sporting and extra-curricular activities. There may be opportunities for the successful candidate to turn their interests into a hobby option for students as part of the extra-curricular programme.
The role is suitable for an NQT or recent graduate who is keen to start a career in the independent boarding sector. The ability to teach Business Studies will be considered an advantage.
To apply for the role, please visit our website www.greshams.com/Job-opportunities where you will find an application form and further information. Our recruitment team can also be reached by telephone on 01263 714623 or by emailing email@example.com
Closing Date: Monday 24th February 2020 (12 noon)
Interviews: Friday 28th February 2020
Please note: We reserve the right to interview and appoint during the period up to and including 28th February 2020.
Gresham’s are proud of its exemplary approach to the safeguarding of our children and conduct a robust recruitment process. Applicants are expected to engage fully with the requirements of this process. An offer to join the School is made subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS check along with clearance on all other relevant safeguarding and child protection requirements
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