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“It is also highly desirable that the appointee should hold a relevant third level qualification in a quantitative discipline (e.g. Statistics, Mathematics, Economics etc.).”
So possibly, but not necessarily, someone who would be deemed competent to teach maths to teenagers
“Increments may be awarded annually subject to satisfactory performance”
“..may be..”? Isn’t this supposed to be a ‘right’?
Well grumpy if ‘right’ won’t count and what should count, how about ‘legitimate expectation’?
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