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As part of the ASE community - members are welcome to submit their jobs for science education professionals.

We know that placing career advertisements can be expensive, so we're happy to try to help get the word out about new opportunities to the rest of the science education community. 

If you would like to post in this section please email info@ase.org.uk with the subject heading 'Member job post' with your membership number. 

Please note that is might take 3-4 days for up to post your vacancy.

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Teaching Research Lead (Science, Physics Specialist), Wallington

Start date: September 2018 Contract type: Permanent Full Time   Salary: £42,498 - £52,345 

A rare opportunity to secure a post (a five point range on the Outer London range dependent upon experience) at one of the country’s leading schools. It may also be possible to provide partial support for appropriate postgraduate qualifications where this supports the school’s development goals. 

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Biology and Chemistry Teacher, London

School: www.lloydwilliamson.co.uk

Start Date: September or January   Contract Tyoe: Full-time or part-time hours  Salary: 27K - 33K (pro-rata for part time) depending on experience

We are a small independent school.and are looking for an enthusiastic Science teacher to cover Biology and Chemistry. You will have the chance to really make this role your own. Initially you will work with KS2 and KS3 but we are currently expanding to KS4 and the successful candidate will start our IGCSE programme. Class sizes are small with six to sixteen children in a class and this is a real opportunity to teach rather than 'crowd control'. NQTs are welcome to apply.

For further information and to apply, please email lucywilliamson2210@yahoo.co.uk or by phone on 0208 962 0345

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