Teacher of Business/Computing Studies 0.8 FTE, Crieff High School (PKC02488)Vacancy posted: Friday, 7 October 2016
Salary: £22,416 - £35,763
Location: Perth and Kinross
Closing date: 23 October 2016
Job ref. no.: PKC02488
Teacher of Business/Computing Studies 0.8 FTE (PKC02488)
£22,416 - £35,763 (pro rata)
Crieff High School
Working as a member of the school staff, you will teach within the Business / Computing Studies department in the excellent facilities of Strathearn Community Campus.
Please note, should you be invited to attend interview, you will be asked to provide 2 references. Therefore, when completing your application for this post, please ensure you provide contact details for two referees. One should be your current or most recent employer. If you are already employed as a teacher with Perth & Kinross Council, you are only required to provide 1 reference, which must be from your current head teacher.
As Perth & Kinross Council operates an open reference policy, the onus will be on you to provide us with your references. You should e-mail the job profile and reference template to your referees for completion. (It is also important to include the reference number of the post on the proforma. The references should then be presented to the chair of the interview panel when you attend.
Please APPLY ONLINE. Facilities are available at all public libraries in Perth and Kinross. If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please call 01738 475555 to discuss.
For further information, please contact the school on 01764 657600.
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