Cover Supervisor

York, North Yorkshire
Date Posted:03 Sep 2020
  1. Cover Supervisor
£65.00 - £80.00 per day
  1. Long-term

Cover Supervisor

York, North Yorkshire
COVID-19 notice: We're continuing to recruit education staff throughout these unprecedented times, as we can still get you registered and cleared ready for when schools re-open. Instead of face-to-face meetings, all interviews will be via phone and we can guide you through submitting your documents online.

Tradewind are currently recruiting for an excellent Cover Supervisors to work in and around Pocklington!

Tradewind are working with an excellent partnership school in Pocklington who are looking for cover supervisors for their bank staff, starting in September 2020. You will be paid £70.00 per day for this position, and will be working on an ad-hoc basis. The school are looking for cover supervisors who are flexible in the subjects that they are willing to teach, and have excellent behaviour management skills.

You will be working across the school, providing pre-planned cover for students in a range of different classes, across a range of different subjects. The school itself is a wonderful large school that is located in Snaith, a short distance from Selby. Your working hours will be 8:30 - 3:00PM, and working as a cover supervisor you will be able to leave on the bell. This is a school with good student behaviour, and students who are willing to learn. Believing wholeheartedly in bridging the attainment gap for disadvantaged students, they will be delivering extra tuition to assist disadvantaged students. The school are looking for practitioners who they can 'induct' in the first week of September, getting them fitted up onto their SIMS, and are looking for cover supervisors who can become regulars within the school.

The role:
*Covering pre-prepared lessons across a variety of different subjects
*Working closely with the English department to deliver specialist English cover
*Administering class tests
This is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate who is looking for experience in a school, before potentially completing teacher training. This is also an excellent opportunity for newly qualified graduates, who are looking for a long term school placement, before getting their first permanent job. Experienced teaching assistants looking to make a step up would also be excellent for this position.

Essential requirements:
Experience working in a secondary school
All work with Tradewind requires a DBS on the update service, and collection of at least two verified references.
An up to date CV with a 10 year career history

Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this great position as a Cover Supervisor in Pocklington. Or for more information about the role, contact Alex Bateman on 01482 238878 or

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