Biology Teacher

Biology Teacher Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Biology Teacher to join our team.


  • Recording attendance correctly and ensuring the correct person receives it;
  • A willingness to contribute to collaborative planning and revision of schemes of work;
  • Ensuring the working environment is calm and constructive;
  • Excellent subject knowledge that can stretch the most able and interested students;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Planning and delivering lessons to all year groups that are of high-quality and interesting for children of all ability levels;
  • A reflective practitioner;
  • The ability to teach biology at A-level and GCSE, and all three sciences at KS3;
  • Ensuring you are adhering to the school’s policies and procedures at all times;
  • Meeting with pupils’ parents to discuss their academic progress at parents’ evenings;
  • A University degree in a biology discipline;
  • Following the school behavioural policy;
  • Providing pupils with appropriate feedback, support and encouragement;
  • Marking, planning and setting additional work if required to aid pupil development;
  • An ability to use ICT as a teaching resource and for personal administration.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from an accredited university;
  • 2-4 years of teaching experience (Recommended but not required);
  • Willingness and ability to work as part of a team;
  • Biology Specialism;
  • Reflect competency in using lab equipment and conducting lab sessions;
  • Excellent subject knowledge that can stretch the most able and interested students;
  • Use e-books, assessment and analyzing data related to achievement;
  • Proven enthusiasm, organisation and flexibility (essential);
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
  • Ability to prioritise and organise own work;
  • Seek continuous professional development opportunities in Biology teaching;
  • Degree in the subject teaching;
  • Experience in teaching British curriculum;
  • Have the right to work in the UK without sponsorship (essential);
  • A University degree in a biology discipline.