Daily Supply Teacher
Daily Supply Teacher
Are you a qualified teacher looking for flexible and regular working opportunities?
Tradewind recruitment is currently seeking qualified teachers for day to day cover teaching roles in Folkestone and surrounding areas. To be a successful candidate you must be proactive, passionate and have strong behaviour management skills.
We work with a large range of excellent schools in and around Folkestone so you will never go without work!
To be successful in this role you must hold QTS in the UK and a clear enhanced DBS certificate.
- Must hold QTS (or equivalent)
- NQT or Experienced Teachers
- Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
- CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible.
- Legal right to work in the UK.
- Experience and knowledge of the national curriculum and EYFS.
- Ability to work and commute to Folkestone, Kent.
Benefits of working with Tradewind Recruitment
- We offer highly competitive and fair rates of pay, paying to scale for all long-term/perm responsibilities.
- A specialised, highly experienced, and dedicated Consultant to be your main point of contact.
- An independent and experienced Compliance team to ensure you can continue working.
- Tradewind works with the National College and can offer over 2500 accredited courses that you would have access to, so you will be able to complete CPD at your own convenience.
For more information on the schools we are working with specifically, please apply to this advert and will respond to you within 24 hours, or contact email@example.com or call us on 01227 852 816.
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