Early Careers Teachers needed across Wakefield
Early Careers Teachers Required, Wakefield, West Yorkshire - Day to Day, Long-term Basis
Your new company
You will be working for Hays Education and be part of an industry leading agency. We recruit to over 80% of schools in the region. We offer a wide range of staffing solutions to over 30 local Primary Schools in the Wakefield Education Authority, including day-to-day supply, long-term cover and permanent appointments. Our network of partnership schools trust our market expertise, and many use us as their exclusive recruitment partner, meaning we have consistent work available all year round. If you are an ECT hoping to gain crucial classroom experience then Hays is the agency for you.
Your new role
Upon registration with Hays, you will have the option of working on day-to-day assignments or long-term placements, making supply a flexible employment option for those with other commitments. As a Hays Supply Teacher, you can pick and choose your days and decline roles which aren't right for you. You can choose to work for us full-time, part-time or flexibly.
We work with schools across West Yorkshire so wherever you live, we have roles available for you. It is commonplace for long-term supply roles to result in permanent job offers, making supply a brilliant way of showcasing your talent to local schools. As a Hays Supply Teacher you will receive a generous daily rate of pay and a range of other benefits.
What you'll need to succeed
To register with Hays, you must be passionate and driven, with a strong desire to be a successful Teacher. To register as a Teacher, you must meet the below core criteria. A minimum of 2 months teaching experience in the past 4 years (this can include university placements), have the right to work in the UK, and you must have a PGCE, QTS or QTLS. If you don't have a PGCE, QTS, QTLS or recent teaching experience, you can register as a Teaching Assistant or cover supervisor, provided you have worked with children for 1 month in the past 2 years.
We welcome applicants who are currently working for other agencies.
What you'll get in return
At Hays Education we offer a comprehensive and bespoke approach to recruitment and are highly experienced in placing Primary Education Staff into temporary and permanent roles. We offer you guidance and support in finding your next role as you will have a dedicated Primary Consultant who works with numerous schools across the Wakefield and Kirklees area. Not only will you receive all the support you need from a DfE accredited recruitment expert, while working for Hays you'll also enjoy a range of employee benefits, including:
- An excellent opportunity to enhance your experience and career
- Working as a Hays supply teacher is a great lifestyle decision that gives you access to work in the widest range of primary schools in the area
- A competitive daily rate of pay
- £250 reward every time you recommend a colleague*
- Access to free Professional Development Training
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Emma on (phone number removed) or the Education Team on (phone number removed).
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
*Refer a friend and receive £250 worth of high street vouchers Do you know of an individual who applied unsuccessfully to a permanent/long-term teacher job who you believe would be suitable for full time job roles? Or that is currently working for another agency that may be interested in discussing the positions further? In return for every Primary Teacher you recommend to Hays, who then goes on to work in a teacher job for us, we will give you £250 of high street vouchers. *Terms and conditions apply
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