Nursery Teacher position
- Job Reference: 00077564-1
- Date Posted: 18 June 2022
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: London
- Salary: £140 to £200 Per Day
- Sector: Education
- Job Type: Temporary
Paid to Scale
To Start in September
COVID-19 Notice - To take precautions against Covid, we will not be interviewing candidates face to face, we will instead be interviewing via video link.
UCM Education has an exciting opportunity for a Primary Teacher to work in a high-achieving, ‘Outstanding’-rated three-form-entry Primary school. Planning is shared amongst the teachers, and you will be collaborating with an enthusiastic EYFS lead, ensuring the best provision for their Early Years learners.
You will be joining a team that is passionate about the Early Years Foundation Stage. In addition to this, they have excellent senior leadership that will ensure you have all you need to be at your best. Furthermore, CPD will be consistently provided.
The school is looking for a dedicated ECTS and experienced teachers.
Be a fully-qualified teacher holding QTS or EYTS
Have recent experience teaching primary-aged children
Be an outstanding teacher
Be able to demonstrate excellent knowledge of the National Curriculum
Be creative and have the ability to motivate
UCM Education is a widely-recognised education recruitment company. We pride ourselves on our high level of customer service and the professional development that we offer our teachers and support staff.
An excellent ‘refer-a-friend’ scheme that pays up to £200 if your referral works for a minimum of four weeks
Pay in line with the Agency Worker Regulations (AWR), meaning you will be paid equally to a permanent employee
A dedicated consultant who will support you during your career development
UCM Education specialises in placing teachers and support staff in schools and nurseries throughout the UK. Due to the number of applications we receive for job posts, we cannot contact all unsuccessful applicants. We are an Equal Opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment