Are you an experienced Secondary Teacher or Secondary ECT looking for flexible teaching work to fit around your personal or other work commitments?
Teach Agency are experiencing a exceptionally high demand for Secondary School Supply Teachers who can cover general lessons in and around the Wisbech area to start ASAP.
You maybe required to cover up to 5 different subjects per day depending on the requirements of the school. Therefore, adaptability and resilience is essential for such general supply roles.
Secondary Supply work offers opportunities to work as little as 1 day per week or 5 days Monday to Friday, 8.30-3.30 with no planning involved. You would be required to cover various subjects left by the subject teachers and record children’s progress which will need to be fed back to the subject leaders.
To be considered for Secondary Supply Teacher roles you will need to:
- Hold QTS status or equivalent teaching qualification.
- Have U.K Secondary School classroom experience.
- Hold a valid DBS or be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.
- Be entitled to work in the U.K.
- Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks.
Benefits of registering with Teach Agency.
- Competitive rates of pay.
- A dedicated consultant that will get to know you needs and career expectations and place you accordingly.
- A locally owned and run business that places value on it’s people.
- Solid relationships with partner Schools where we are the preferred supplier for their teaching recruitment needs.
- An attractive Refer a Friend Scheme.
If you are interested in this role or any other current opportunities that we have then please get in touch with us to further discuss.
All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and will then invited to register with Teach Agency.
Teach Agency are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants will be required to undertake pre-employment checks, such as an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check.
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