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Supply Teachers - Great Yarmouth

Job Details

  • Reference Number: SUPPL44692
  • Region: Norfolk, Diss
  • Salary: 100 - 125 per Day
  • Position: Teaching Jobs
  • Open: 27-07-2016
  • Close: N/A

Job Description

Supply Teacher Great Yarmouth Are you an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher? Do you have a passion for teaching? Are you looking for flexible work in schools located in the Great Yarmouth area? If so, then Capita Education needs you! Capita Education Resourcing have established excellent relationships with schools across the Norfolk area and are currently looking for a variety of supply teachers to place in schools on a short term and long basis. Capita Education Resourcing offers: - Regular opportunities to work in a variety of schools - Competitive salary/pay - Ongoing training/CPD - Support from a dedicated consultant - Work tailored to your specific needs - Hassle free payroll (weekly) - Proactive, successful, experienced team As a supply teacher you may be required to work on a last minute, day-to-day basis. You will need to be prepared to teach a variety of lessons and to be as adaptable as possible! Successful candidates will have previous experience in schools and be able to offer flexibility, as you may be expected to co-ordinate with other subjects. Successful candidate requirements: - A cleared DBS check - Previous experience working as a teacher - Assisted in a school environment Do you fit the role and have what it takes? If so, apply today. If you have any questions, please contact Penny, Specialist Secondary Consultant today on 01245 255482 or email on penny.darby@capita.co.uk In order to be offered a post, the applicant must have a cleared enhanced DBS check, if you do not have a current DBS, Capita will process one for you. Capita Education Resourcing is committed to a policy of equal opportunities. We respect and value cultural and religious diversity and will not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnic origin, religion, culture or disability. Each individual is assessed on merit alone.