As agency of choice to a growing number of secondary schools, Reed Education are finding increased demand across Stoke and Staffordshire for unqualified teachers – both to work as subject specialists and as cover supervisors in secondary schools.
Do you have the experience of delivering lessons specialising in a particular subject?
Can you plan and mark for KS3 and KS4?
Do you have the experience of a teacher just without a PGCE or QTS?
Have you previously trained as a teacher and are looking to return to Education?
If you feel like you have the subject knowledge and are looking for that opportunity to work in a classroom setting, I would love to hear from you.
Whatever area you specialise in, we get requests for subject specialists, including:
- Working in an unqualified teaching role – leading classes, preparing work and undertaking the role and responsibility of the teacher. Some schools actively seek subject specialists above all else.
- Working in a cover supervisor role – if you are looking to make the transition into a secondary setting, or are looking for temporary work relevant to your experience, this role would be ideal. Working to cover short term absences across the school, this can be a great way of building your skills to complement your subject knowledge.
- Working as a Tutor or in Learning Support – some schools will look for someone with subject specialist knowledge to provide additional support to individual students to help them to reach aspirational goals.
Over the years, I have seen a number of my unqualified staff go on to undertake their PGCE and train to be qualified teachers, showing that even shorter term assignments can have a real impact on your career.
Although having a teaching qualification is not essential, the ideal candidates will be:
- Dedicated to a career in Education
- Have passion and knowledge of delivering engaging lessons
- Strong behaviour management.
Benefits of working with Reed Education:
Here at Reed Education, we believe that every temporary employee should feel supported and receive a professional service, and so we offer a range of benefits to all of our staff including:
- Fair levels of pay, taking into consideration your experience
- The choice of how you wish to be paid – either through our PAYE system or via an Umbrella company, meaning that you remain in control.
- A specialist consultant with 11 years’ experience in recruitment who will work with you to support you during your assignment, and provide future work if required after the end of the role
- Access to CPD including Safeguarding training
- Reed Benefits including access to various insurances and discounts
- Refer a friend scheme of £100 per referral
- Access to our pension scheme
To have a conversation about how Reed Education can help you to secure work across Stoke and Staffordshire, please ‘Apply Now’ where your CV will be received by Claire Seeley to discuss this in more detail.