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ECT Teacher - St Helens Area - Immediate Start

ECT Teacher - St Helens Area - Immediate Start

Posted 5 June by Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited
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Are you a looking to move into Primary Teaching and want more experience in a variety of primary settings?

Are you looking to increase your experience and create networking opportunities for yourself in the St Helens and Warrington area ?

Are you a newly qualified ECT who wants to develop your professional relationships and career prospects?

Hays Education are looking for passionate Instructor teachers that are willing to work on a flexible basis that fits around your life, commitments and responsibilities.

Working as a supply teacher can help to create long-term opportunities in schools and even lead to ECT mentorship and permanent opportunities in teaching.

We offer exciting roles which can create valuable experience in teaching across a variety of different primary school settings and key stages. Helping you develop your behaviour management and teaching skills.

Hays education can also provide training courses and interview / CV writing techniques to help you be successful in your area.

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. We work with schools in St Helens and Warrington, so wherever you live, we have roles available for you. It is commonplace for Instructor roles to result in permanent job offers, making supply a brilliant way of showcasing your talent to local schools and network to expand on your contacts in the local borough. As a Hays Instructor teacher, you will receive a generous daily rate of pay and a range of other benefits. You will go into some schools on a regular supply basis and creat a pool of highly effective teachers who know pupils and what is needed to help them succeed. Consistency in terms of supply work is better for pupils and staff who can work with schools to create a safe and stimulating learning environment.

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.
  • Have a HLTA qualification or finished your QTS.
  • Have the right to work in the UK.
  • Have a flexible outlook to work.
  • DBS on the update service is desirable.

What you'll get in return?

As a Hays Supply Teacher, you will receive:

  • A generous rate of pay (dependent on experience).
  • Other benefits include holiday pay and pension contributions.
  • Access to our exclusive e-learning platform, where you can complete safeguarding and other courses to aid in your development.
  • You will also have access to our Hays Pay Guarantee Scheme, which guarantees your pay if Hays cannot deliver you work from September (terms and conditions apply*).
  • A tailored service specified to your employment specifications.
  • A specialist consultant who will approach schools on your behalf.
  • Help with CV writing.
  • Aftercare packages to ensure job satisfaction.

Upon application, a Hays specialist recruitment consultant will be in touch to guide you through the registration process.

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 us now. If this job isn't quite right for you, but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion about your career.

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