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Find the latest education jobs in Inverness.  Careers within the education sector are multi-tiered from higher education, through to secondary and primary education with many subjects and specialisms.  Education jobs include lecturers, teachers through to classroom assistants.  Find your education jobs in Inverness and Highlands here.

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Early Years Practitioner (12 hpw) (Fixed Term until 25 June 2021) Farr Primary School, Inverness (HGH09424) - HGH09424

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  • Company: Highland Council
  • Region: Highland

Job Description Post Title: Early Years Practitioner Location: Farr Primary School, Inverness Hours: 12 hours per week Duration: Fixed Term until 25 June 2021  Salary: £5,790 - £6,502 (Unquali...

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