The successful applicant will be a conscientious and motivated teacher, who has a strong commitment to meeting the individual needs of a range of children, including those with ASN. You will be a reflective practitioner and gain experience of working in a large supportive team. The successful candidate must be fluent in Gaelic language, oral and written. Bu ch?ir don neach-tagraidh soirbheachail a bhith cogaiseach, brosnaichte agus na neach-cleachdaidh smaointeachail. Th?r an d?il gum bitheadh dleastanas s?nraichte agad air toirt gu buil feumalachdan aig diofar chlann. Comhla ri sin, bu ch?ir dhut a bhith fileanta ann an c?mhradh agus sgr?obhadh G?idhlig.
The successful candidate will be required to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) for children. If your application is progressed after the interview, you will be invited to come in to complete the form and have your details verified. It is Stirling Council's policy to ask that you pay for this if you are on point 4 or above of the main grade teachers scale.
Closing date: 07/12/2016