Do you feel like you need a change but aren't sure how to go about making a positive step?
Do you want to recapture your free time and develop your professional skills whilst working in a role that fits around your schedule?
Are you looking for a part time role that fits in with childcare and your other commitments?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then a career change may be in order; Tradewind recruitment are recruiting for Primary and Secondary supply teachers in the Cambridge area to help support the growing numbers of schools who require supply teachers for short term, day to day teachers to help educate their pupils.
The roles will be varied, working in local schools and colleges, delivering pre-planned work to engaged and well-behaved children.
The salary is highly competitive and is based on experience - ranging from £110 - £130 per day, with no planning expectations.
*Your free time is your own
*Work to fit around current arrangements
*Be in control of your own diary
*Regular, weekly pay direct to your bank account
*Free access to over 30 regulated and accredited CPD courses
*Local schools to suit your requirements.
So to regain control of your teaching career and to regain some flexibility, contact Oli at Tradewind today to see how we can support you in the next step of your career.
Tradewind Recruitment is a Sunday Times Top 100 employer - stopping at nothing to ensure our candidates, clients and employees come first. At Tradewind you will have access to 35 fully certified CPD courses, that's 28 more than our next nearest competitor, all focused on making you the best you can be. We have the very best people available to take your call and look after you every step of the way. We pride ourselves on exceptional service and take the time to really get to know you. Put simply; we listen, we learn, we deliver. Why? Because our people matter most.
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We are proud to be listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For, for the 3rd year running!
We're proud to be a small part in the biggest challenge, educating the next generation.