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Computer Science Teacher at Eton College

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I am looking to hire a Computer Science Teacher to start teaching Computer Science to students aged 13-18 from September 2023 (earlier start possible), with a particular focus on A Level (17-18 year olds) and Software Engineering. A teaching qualification is not required, simply an enthusiasm for the subject and a passion for inspiring some of the most talented and intellectually curious students I have ever come across. A Computer Science Degree is really helpful but a depth of knowledge in the subject and a knack for explaining those concepts to a younger audience is more important than the piece of paper!

We currently teach iOS Application Development to our A Level students (alongside the A Level curriculum), currently using Swift and SwiftUI (having moved from UIKit 24 months ago). We also endeavour to stretch and challenge our most able students with an understanding of more advanced software engineering concepts such as automated testing and design patterns. Familiarity with this skillset is highly desirable for the role, therefore.

I, myself, used to work as a software engineer for the best part of a decade but took the step 6 years ago to try and address the skills gap we see in our industry. I wonder whether you might consider joining me?

Here's the link to apply (closing date: 27th October 2022):

The job is full-time and would be based in Eton, Berkshire, UK. Accommodation is provided!

If you'd rather not commit to a full-time role and want to 'give teaching a go' there is also a similar role available as a fixed term contract from January 2023 - June 2023. More details can be found here:


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