Primary Teacher – EYFS – Full OR part-time
Mana Education is working on behalf of an outstanding village school who are looking to recruit an early years foundation stage teacher on either a full or part-time basis to start working on an ongoing contractual basis as soon as possible.
The School are happy to consider applicants who wish to work part-time or full-time – they will be happy to arrange a job share should the right candidate be looking for part-time work only.
The ideal candidate for this position will be a qualified teacher (holding UK QTS) as well as experience teaching Primary or early years classes either as a trainee teacher, NQT or class teacher.
Applying could not be easier call (phone number removed) or email (url removed) with a copy of your CV!
Mana Education is a specialist recruitment company working within Education. We are established to service and support the recruitment requirements of all schools and teaching staff alike.
The benefits of working through Mana Education are:
* Excellent rates of pay
* Paid weekly
* Local schools
* Warm and friendly service
* Tailored job finding service – we listen to your needs
* Your own dedicated education specialist on hand 24/7
* Local knowledge
* Access to free CPD
* £100 Recommend a Friend Scheme
We work with a variety of Schools ranging from Independent Schools, through to mainstream schools and Academies.
Opportunities we can offer include day to day, long term and permanent positions, full and part-time.
Mana Education is a member of the REC (Recruitment Employment Federation) ensuring that candidates (and clients) needs are professional met at all times. Mana Education is committed to enforcing the AWR (Agency Workers Regulations) to ensure our Teachers are paid correctly.
Mana Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable people. All assignments are subject to our strict vetting process which includes the Enhanced DBS Check, List 99 checks, Overseas Police Check (if required) and Professional References