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Cover Supervisors - Nottingham - NG9

Job description

A trust of schools in the West of Nottingham which are graded as 'Good' by Ofsted require a number of cover supervisors to support with their day to day and long term requirements.

If you are:

  • Looking to gain further experience within the education sector
  • Looking for a change in your current role
  • Wanting to utilise your knowledge and skill set

The role of a Cover Supervisor is a diverse and stimulating one that fundamentally involves covering the absence of the full class teacher. It allows you to have full class responsibilities, distributing the pre-planned work, managing classroom behaviour, trouble shooting any problems students may have and acting as a first point of contact for your designated cohorts. The trust in question boasts an extremely positive teaching environment, supporting senior leadership and a genuine opportunity for individuals to gain invaluable experience within highly regarded schools

To be considered for this role, IDEALLY you will:

  • Have experience working with secondary school aged students in some capacity whether voluntary or paid
  • Be a recent ' core subject' graduate (Maths, English, Science) looking to continue your development within the education sector
  • Have flexible availability and be able to work within an ever changing environment

What you will need to apply for this role:

  • Enhanced (Child Work Force) DBS
  • 2 Recent References
  • Be able to get to NG9 for 8.30 am

In return we can offer:

  • Flexible working hours shaped around your availability
  • Competitive rates of pay
  • Access to CPD academy and accredited training courses
  • Guaranteed work scheme (T&C's apply)

If you are interested in this position, please contact Blair Lawrence-Broughton today on 0115 8456408 or email me on

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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