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Supply Teacher

Job description

Successful secondary schools in the Derby and Derbyshire areas are seeking new and dynamic Supply Teachers to join them in supporting our schools from September.

We have an excellent relationship with a number of secondary schools across Derby and Derbyshire including the areas of Burton upon Trent, Alvaston, Ilkeston and Ripley, who have a need for day-to-day and short term support on an on going basis. This would be the perfect solution for those seeking a better work / life balance as you have the flexibility to work as much or as little as you want on a weekly basis (you have access to your own personal online diary).

We anticipate an increase in demand for supply teachers once the schools reopen, and are currently recruiting supply teachers to be available for day-to-day and short term roles throughout Derby and Derbyshire.

Who can be a Supply Teacher?

- An individual who holds a type of teaching qualification (including overseas trained teachers with QTS in England)

- An individual who has achieved UK QTS (primary, secondary or FE Level)

- An individual who demonstrates an excellent atttitude and behaviour management skills

- A flexible timetable (ideally 2 days minimum per week)

- Adaptable to a change in environment

- Be able to travel / drive up to 1 hour

What is it like to be a Supply Teacher?

- Fun! No planning or marking responsbilities

- Advanced bookings and morning bookings - The majority of the work will be booked in advance but there may be occasions where you will be called between 7am and 8.30am for work on the same day

- Most schools will provide the planning for the day and a welcome pack to help you settle into the life of their school day

- Delivering cover work already set by the teacher, supporting them when they need and a handover for the staff members return 

- Payment based on a daily rate which is always paid a week in arears

Who are Teaching Personnel?

Teaching Personnel is the UK’s leading education recruitment agency. We currently work with over 100 schools across the East Midlands, providing day to day supply as well as long term cover and permanent staff.

The access to opportunities from each of our specialist branches; Primary, Secondary, SEN and Tuition services, which will allow you to alter your availability and what you are looking for based on your current situation, along with a personal Portal and specialist consultant to update your diary.

How does it work?

The first step is a telephone conversation with one of our skilled consultants to discuss the process of clearing you for work and the types of work we have available in your area. If this seems like the type or role for you, we will then proceed to clear you for work.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please call 0115 670 0104 or apply below now!

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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