Supply Teacher

Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited
90.00 GBP Daily
04 Oct 2017
16 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Supply Teachers required for long term assignments in the Witney area.

Hays Education are currently recruiting KS1 & KS2 Teachers for long term assignments at schools in Witney and surrounding areas on a supply basis. Long term supply teaching offers the stability and security of work for an extended period of time, giving you the opportunity to really settle into your role and thrive in your new school.

Hays are currently seeking teachers that hold QTS. You may be experienced or newly qualified looking to gain experience. You will be working in a number of different schools and must be able to provide them with an outstanding service which is important to the overall running of the schools, their teaching and learning standards.

The key skills of a supply teacher include:

* Good behaviour management
* Adaptability & flexibility
* Strong subject knowledge
* The ability to interact with pupils to impact on the teaching and learning

Benefits of working for Hays Education include:

* Competitive rates of pay
* Timetable to suit your requirements
* Free CPD offered
* Recognised holder of the DfE Quality Mark
* Refer a Friend scheme - Qualify for vouchers worth up to GBP250 every time you recommend a teacher

If you are looking for a flexible Key Stage 1 & 2 Supply Teacher job or general cover, click 'apply now' or contact Elliott Massingham on to find out more. For more information about the role, or for a confidential discussion about what you are looking for , please contact me on the details below. Alternatively, if you are not looking for work but know someone who is, refer them to us for a chance to get GBP250 in vouchers.

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