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Jobs: There are 12 education and teaching vacancies in Romford on Jobs24 right now

PUBLISHED: 06:00 27 June 2016

Jobs in education are available at jobs24.co.uk Picture: PA Images

Jobs in education are available at jobs24.co.uk Picture: PA Images

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Looking for work in the education sector? There are currently 12 positions available in Romford on Jobs24.

Science, psychology, English and food technology teachers are being sought as well as a head of IT .

• The highest paid position is for a head of ICT at Romford school, which offers a salary between £38,739 and £41,660.

The advert states: “The right candidate would be someone who has a strong level of understanding of both ICT and computing so that they may be able to teach the current and incoming syllabus. You should be looking for a long term prospective position and be interested in a challenge with a school where you can make a genuine difference.”

• Two schools across the borough are looking for science teachers able to teach across Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

• TimePlan north east London and Essex is also currently recruiting qualified school support staff to work in classrooms across the primary school age range.

• Find these vacancies and hundreds of other local opportunities online at Jobs24.co.uk

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