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        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £130 - £160 per day
        • part-time
        A top ranked sixth form college based in Sheffield is currently recruiting for a teacher of Business & Economics. This person will be able to teach both subjects at A level. The role is to start in September/October and will be a temporary position initially until December but could be longer.. The ideal candidate will have QTS or equivalent, along with up to date subject knowledge with experience teaching A Level.This is a part time position 3 days per week.The role:You will be expected to deliver well-organised and engaging lessons consistently. The successful candidate will also be expected to provide excellent pastoral care to all students.BenefitsExcellent rates of payWorking in a college with excellent resources and facilitiesSupportive SLTFree parkingOutstanding behaviour Rated "Good" in their last Ofsted inspectionKey Responsibilities:* Prepare and deliver lessons to pupils.* Mark work, give appropriate feedback and maintain records of pupils progress and development.* Research new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devise and write new curriculum materials as required.* Select and use a range of different learning resources and equipment.* Manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour.* Undertake pastoral duties such as supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal Requirements:Requirements* Qualifications: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) or equivalent.* Experience: Up to date subject knowledge.* Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK.* Travel: The ability to commute to and from work independently.* Hours: Part TimePlease contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and send you CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        A top ranked sixth form college based in Sheffield is currently recruiting for a teacher of Business & Economics. This person will be able to teach both subjects at A level. The role is to start in September/October and will be a temporary position initially until December but could be longer.. The ideal candidate will have QTS or equivalent, along with up to date subject knowledge with experience teaching A Level.This is a part time position 3 days per week.The role:You will be expected to deliver well-organised and engaging lessons consistently. The successful candidate will also be expected to provide excellent pastoral care to all students.BenefitsExcellent rates of payWorking in a college with excellent resources and facilitiesSupportive SLTFree parkingOutstanding behaviour Rated "Good" in their last Ofsted inspectionKey Responsibilities:* Prepare and deliver lessons to pupils.* Mark work, give appropriate feedback and maintain records of pupils progress and development.* Research new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devise and write new curriculum materials as required.* Select and use a range of different learning resources and equipment.* Manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour.* Undertake pastoral duties such as supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal Requirements:Requirements* Qualifications: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) or equivalent.* Experience: Up to date subject knowledge.* Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK.* Travel: The ability to commute to and from work independently.* Hours: Part TimePlease contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and send you CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • part-time
        On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for over twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills.WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for over twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills.WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • full-time
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year old's but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'Cover Supervisor' work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield Secondary School, we are looking for 2 full time cover supervisors, On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year old's, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageWHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year old's but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'Cover Supervisor' work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield Secondary School, we are looking for 2 full time cover supervisors, On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year old's, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageWHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • part-time
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year olds but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'Cover Supervisor work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline WHAT NEXT? All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year olds but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'Cover Supervisor work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline WHAT NEXT? All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • part-time
        SIMS School AdministratorRandstad Education are currently supporting a large trust in Sheffield to recruit for a temporary part-time School Administrator with a working knowledge of the School Information Management System (SIMS). The post is 3 days per week, (days are negotiable but preferably including Monday and Friday). Candidates MUST have previous experience of working in an educational establishment, as you will be expected to hit the ground running and deliver a high standard of work in a fast-paced environment. All 5 schools are based in Sheffield and you could be asked to work across all schools at different times.As the successful applicant, you will have: - Excellent administrative and ICT skills and the ability to multi-task - A qualifications in Business Administration would be an advantage but is not essential - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing - The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion - A patient approach towards working with children and adults alikeYou would need to be available to start from September 2020, and the post is ongoing. Responsibilities would include: - Handling face to face and telephone enquiries from parents, external agencies and members of the general public - Overseeing access to the building for visitors, including safeguarding procedures - Assisting teachers and senior leadership team with data on pupil records and various reports from the SIMS system, for example about attendance - Collecting money for dinners, school trips etc as required - Photocopying, post, filing and general administrative supportOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist School Support Services consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- the flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branches- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        SIMS School AdministratorRandstad Education are currently supporting a large trust in Sheffield to recruit for a temporary part-time School Administrator with a working knowledge of the School Information Management System (SIMS). The post is 3 days per week, (days are negotiable but preferably including Monday and Friday). Candidates MUST have previous experience of working in an educational establishment, as you will be expected to hit the ground running and deliver a high standard of work in a fast-paced environment. All 5 schools are based in Sheffield and you could be asked to work across all schools at different times.As the successful applicant, you will have: - Excellent administrative and ICT skills and the ability to multi-task - A qualifications in Business Administration would be an advantage but is not essential - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing - The ability to work with high levels of tact, confidentiality and discretion - A patient approach towards working with children and adults alikeYou would need to be available to start from September 2020, and the post is ongoing. Responsibilities would include: - Handling face to face and telephone enquiries from parents, external agencies and members of the general public - Overseeing access to the building for visitors, including safeguarding procedures - Assisting teachers and senior leadership team with data on pupil records and various reports from the SIMS system, for example about attendance - Collecting money for dinners, school trips etc as required - Photocopying, post, filing and general administrative supportOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist School Support Services consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- the flexibility to work when and where you want through our network of branches- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • part-time
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year old's but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then Cover Supervisor work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!I am looking for candidates that either live in or can travel to the S10, S11, S13, S35 and S36BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for over twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills. The Liverpool branch is one of the oldest and busiest in the country and has a dedicated team of consultants working across primary, secondary and SEN, specialising in specific locations such as Sefton, and we now also have a dedicated team looking after School Support roles such as Technicians, Administration and Finance.WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year old's but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then Cover Supervisor work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!I am looking for candidates that either live in or can travel to the S10, S11, S13, S35 and S36BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for over twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills. The Liverpool branch is one of the oldest and busiest in the country and has a dedicated team of consultants working across primary, secondary and SEN, specialising in specific locations such as Sefton, and we now also have a dedicated team looking after School Support roles such as Technicians, Administration and Finance.WHAT NEXT?We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £23,999 - £41,000 per year
        • full-time
        Are you passionate about shaping the learning of our future scientists? Enthusiastic about teaching your specialist subject of Biology? Familiar with the general science curriculum at up to GCSE? Then please consider an application to Randstad Education!ROLEOn behalf of our client school we are currently seeking a Biology teacher for a Permanent opportunity at a school in , full-time starting in September 2020. The role is in a Sheffield secondary school and involves teaching general science across Key Stages 3 and 4, with a particular emphasis on Biology, and if possible will also include some A Level Biology lessons if you can teach to KS5. BENEFITS- Excellent supportive department- Outstanding facilities and resources- Fun working atmosphere- Parking- In-house trainingRESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Biology and General Science, enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Participate in and organise extra-curricular activities such as clubs, social events and outings- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Biology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the science curriculum, particularly Biology, from KS3 to KS4; KS5 knowledge would be advantageous- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- Excellent behaviour management skills- A strong work ethic and a professional attitudePlease contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you passionate about shaping the learning of our future scientists? Enthusiastic about teaching your specialist subject of Biology? Familiar with the general science curriculum at up to GCSE? Then please consider an application to Randstad Education!ROLEOn behalf of our client school we are currently seeking a Biology teacher for a Permanent opportunity at a school in , full-time starting in September 2020. The role is in a Sheffield secondary school and involves teaching general science across Key Stages 3 and 4, with a particular emphasis on Biology, and if possible will also include some A Level Biology lessons if you can teach to KS5. BENEFITS- Excellent supportive department- Outstanding facilities and resources- Fun working atmosphere- Parking- In-house trainingRESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Biology and General Science, enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Participate in and organise extra-curricular activities such as clubs, social events and outings- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Biology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the science curriculum, particularly Biology, from KS3 to KS4; KS5 knowledge would be advantageous- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- Excellent behaviour management skills- A strong work ethic and a professional attitudePlease contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £130 - £150 per day
        • full-time
        We are currently recruiting for a Maths Teacher for a temporary position in North Sheffield. This is to work in a "Good" sixth form college and you will be expected to teach A level Maths and further Maths. This position starts in September/October 2020 and will be part time 3/4 days per week. This college is looking for teachers that can show they have been teaching Maths at A level in the last few years.Benefits:Work within a 'good'-rated schoolOn-site parkingExcellent behaviourOutstanding support from SLT Duties and Responsibilities:Plan work in accordance with the curriculum area programmes of study and so that it addresses the personalised learning needs of every student Liaise with relevant colleagues on the planning of units of work for collaborative delivery Work in collaboration with associate staff attached to any teaching group Take account of students' prior levels of learning and achievement and use them to set targets for future improvements Set work for students absent from school for health or disciplinary reasons Maintain positive relationships by adherence to the advice given to staff in the Behaviour Management Policy Set high expectations for students' behaviour by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere in accordance with the Behaviour for learning strategies. Provide students with the opportunities to develop the skills required in order to learnSet appropriate and demanding expectations for students' learning, motivation, and presentation of work To improve teaching and learning standardsTo demonstrate commitment to the roleRequirements:A good honours degree in a relevant subjectA PGCE/QTS qualificationA cleared DBS on the update Service2 excellent referencesThis is a rare opportunity that doesn't come up often so please apply now. If you are looking for your next exciting opportunity, please apply with Gemma Gibaux on 0114 2743765.
        We are currently recruiting for a Maths Teacher for a temporary position in North Sheffield. This is to work in a "Good" sixth form college and you will be expected to teach A level Maths and further Maths. This position starts in September/October 2020 and will be part time 3/4 days per week. This college is looking for teachers that can show they have been teaching Maths at A level in the last few years.Benefits:Work within a 'good'-rated schoolOn-site parkingExcellent behaviourOutstanding support from SLT Duties and Responsibilities:Plan work in accordance with the curriculum area programmes of study and so that it addresses the personalised learning needs of every student Liaise with relevant colleagues on the planning of units of work for collaborative delivery Work in collaboration with associate staff attached to any teaching group Take account of students' prior levels of learning and achievement and use them to set targets for future improvements Set work for students absent from school for health or disciplinary reasons Maintain positive relationships by adherence to the advice given to staff in the Behaviour Management Policy Set high expectations for students' behaviour by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere in accordance with the Behaviour for learning strategies. Provide students with the opportunities to develop the skills required in order to learnSet appropriate and demanding expectations for students' learning, motivation, and presentation of work To improve teaching and learning standardsTo demonstrate commitment to the roleRequirements:A good honours degree in a relevant subjectA PGCE/QTS qualificationA cleared DBS on the update Service2 excellent referencesThis is a rare opportunity that doesn't come up often so please apply now. If you are looking for your next exciting opportunity, please apply with Gemma Gibaux on 0114 2743765.
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £130 - £150 per day
        • part-time
        Are you passionate about shaping the learning of our future scientists? Enthusiastic about teaching your specialist subject of Biology at A Level? Then please consider an application to Randstad Education!ROLEOn behalf of our client in North Sheffield we are currently seeking a A Level Biology teacher for a temporary opportunity starting in September 2020. The role is ongoing until December but may continue as they want to recruit the best person. This is a Sixth form college and you will be teaching A level Biology, it is imperative that you have previous experience in teaching at this level. The job will be term-time only and 3 days per week. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed department. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a school with a community environment, a friendly, supportive department and great leadership - a dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach'- recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'RESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Biology (A Level), enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Biology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the science curriculum, particularly Biology, KS5 knowledge is a must- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- Excellent behaviour management skills- A strong work ethic and a professional attitude- The motivation to achieve and add value to the school
        Are you passionate about shaping the learning of our future scientists? Enthusiastic about teaching your specialist subject of Biology at A Level? Then please consider an application to Randstad Education!ROLEOn behalf of our client in North Sheffield we are currently seeking a A Level Biology teacher for a temporary opportunity starting in September 2020. The role is ongoing until December but may continue as they want to recruit the best person. This is a Sixth form college and you will be teaching A level Biology, it is imperative that you have previous experience in teaching at this level. The job will be term-time only and 3 days per week. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed department. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a school with a community environment, a friendly, supportive department and great leadership - a dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach'- recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'RESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Biology (A Level), enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Biology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the science curriculum, particularly Biology, KS5 knowledge is a must- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- Excellent behaviour management skills- A strong work ethic and a professional attitude- The motivation to achieve and add value to the school
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £130 - £150 per day
        • full-time
        We are working on behalf of a lovely Sixth form college in North Sheffield to recruit a temporary teacher of Psychology. This is a full time position teaching A level Psychology and will commence in September 2020.This college is looking for an innovative Teacher of Psychology to join a small team, this teacher will be passionate for sharing their love of the subject with their pupils. The role is ongoing but may continue until the end of the summer term 2021 to cover an absence. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a collage with a community environment, a friendly, supportive department and great leadership - a dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach'- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like candidate of the Term'RESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Psychology A Level, enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Psychology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the Psychology Curriculum at A Level- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- A strong work ethic and a professional attitude- The motivation to achieve and add value to the schoolThis is a rare opportunity so please apply now. Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and send your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        We are working on behalf of a lovely Sixth form college in North Sheffield to recruit a temporary teacher of Psychology. This is a full time position teaching A level Psychology and will commence in September 2020.This college is looking for an innovative Teacher of Psychology to join a small team, this teacher will be passionate for sharing their love of the subject with their pupils. The role is ongoing but may continue until the end of the summer term 2021 to cover an absence. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a collage with a community environment, a friendly, supportive department and great leadership - a dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach'- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like candidate of the Term'RESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Psychology A Level, enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Psychology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the Psychology Curriculum at A Level- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- A strong work ethic and a professional attitude- The motivation to achieve and add value to the schoolThis is a rare opportunity so please apply now. Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and send your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £23,999 - £41,000 per year
        • full-time
        We are working on behalf of a lovely Sixth form college in North Sheffield to recruit a Permanent teacher of Sociology. This is a full time position teaching A level Sociology and will commence in September 2020.This college is looking for an innovative Teacher of Sociology to join a small team, this teacher will be passionate for sharing their love of the subject with their pupils. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a collage with a community environment, a friendly, supportive department and great leadership - a dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach'- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like candidate of the Term'RESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Sociology A Level, enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Sociology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the Sociology Curriculum at A Level- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- A strong work ethic and a professional attitude- The motivation to achieve and add value to the schoolThis is a rare opportunity so please apply now. Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and send your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        We are working on behalf of a lovely Sixth form college in North Sheffield to recruit a Permanent teacher of Sociology. This is a full time position teaching A level Sociology and will commence in September 2020.This college is looking for an innovative Teacher of Sociology to join a small team, this teacher will be passionate for sharing their love of the subject with their pupils. BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in South Yorkshire and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:- a collage with a community environment, a friendly, supportive department and great leadership - a dedicated, professional and friendly consultant to support you and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility- competitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)- commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, prevent duty, and 'Team Teach'- 'recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300- being part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like candidate of the Term'RESPONSIBILITIESYour responsibilities will be to:- Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons within your specialist subject area of Sociology A Level, enabling all student abilities to access the curriculum - Support colleagues within your department as required- Maintain discipline through employing various classroom management techniques in line with the school's behaviour management policy- Monitor pupil's progress and keep records on their development, as well as preparing them for qualifications and external examinations- Attend meetings, parent's evenings and in-service training days as required by the school, helping them in all areas to the best of your abilityREQUIREMENTSAs the successful Teacher of Sociology you will have:- A strong knowledge of the Sociology Curriculum at A Level- A recognised teaching qualification (such as BA QTS, PGCE etc) NB NQTs, QTLS holders and overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply- A strong work ethic and a professional attitude- The motivation to achieve and add value to the schoolThis is a rare opportunity so please apply now. Please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and send your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • €65 - €75 per day
        • part-time
        Do you have the passion and drive to connect and inspire hard to reach young people? Are you able to manage behaviour effectively? Do you have a background in Youth Work, Sports Coaching, as a Teaching Assistant or Community work? If so, this could be the job role for you! Read on for details. A Secondary School in South Sheffield is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team. The successful person will work part on an intergrated resource centre attached to an outstanding Secondary school in Sheffield. The students can often display challenging behaviours and so the successful applicant must either have experience, or is not phased by pupils going through emotional crisis. The role will involve supporting the pupils and class teacher throughout the day, providing guidance and reassurance to pupils and following the direction of the class teacher. Experience of working with children with Autism would be desirable. This is a temporary position and will start in September 2020.School Benefits:On site parking Close to public transport Top of the range equipment Extensive grounds and buildingSupportive staff team including therapists, nurses and specially trained teachersCPD opportunities Randstad Benefits: Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education 24/7 on-call service Free career adviceSupport and guidance throughout your roleMarket adviceJob matching based on your preferences Advice and feedback on your current CVCPD opportunities Your role will include: To establish constructive relationships with students To follow the positive behaviour plans for each individual childTo support class teacher to maintain a positive working environmentTo develop a clear understanding of the specific needs of the pupils you are working withTo look after children's physical, emotional, mental and social welfare To recognising signs of distress in children, offering reassurance and de-escalating the situation To support learners in their curriculum studies and throughout the dayKey skills and experience needed:Excellent communications and interpersonal skillsCommitment to and passion for working with vulnerable children Ability to build respectful relationships with children Experience working in SEND setting/ youth work/sports coaching/community work The ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviourAble to work with learners with various learning difficulties e.g. ADHD or dyslexia Flexibility in approach to educating and supporting children Ideally team teach trained (opportunity to train with Randstad if not)Does this sound the like the position for you? Do you want to work in a role when you know you are making a meaningful difference? Do you feel you can provide the support this child needs? Then please apply to be considered for this position with an updated CV and a member of the SEND team will be in touch! Randstad Education has an array of positions in South Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you, call Gemma at the Sheffield branch today
        Do you have the passion and drive to connect and inspire hard to reach young people? Are you able to manage behaviour effectively? Do you have a background in Youth Work, Sports Coaching, as a Teaching Assistant or Community work? If so, this could be the job role for you! Read on for details. A Secondary School in South Sheffield is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team. The successful person will work part on an intergrated resource centre attached to an outstanding Secondary school in Sheffield. The students can often display challenging behaviours and so the successful applicant must either have experience, or is not phased by pupils going through emotional crisis. The role will involve supporting the pupils and class teacher throughout the day, providing guidance and reassurance to pupils and following the direction of the class teacher. Experience of working with children with Autism would be desirable. This is a temporary position and will start in September 2020.School Benefits:On site parking Close to public transport Top of the range equipment Extensive grounds and buildingSupportive staff team including therapists, nurses and specially trained teachersCPD opportunities Randstad Benefits: Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education 24/7 on-call service Free career adviceSupport and guidance throughout your roleMarket adviceJob matching based on your preferences Advice and feedback on your current CVCPD opportunities Your role will include: To establish constructive relationships with students To follow the positive behaviour plans for each individual childTo support class teacher to maintain a positive working environmentTo develop a clear understanding of the specific needs of the pupils you are working withTo look after children's physical, emotional, mental and social welfare To recognising signs of distress in children, offering reassurance and de-escalating the situation To support learners in their curriculum studies and throughout the dayKey skills and experience needed:Excellent communications and interpersonal skillsCommitment to and passion for working with vulnerable children Ability to build respectful relationships with children Experience working in SEND setting/ youth work/sports coaching/community work The ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviourAble to work with learners with various learning difficulties e.g. ADHD or dyslexia Flexibility in approach to educating and supporting children Ideally team teach trained (opportunity to train with Randstad if not)Does this sound the like the position for you? Do you want to work in a role when you know you are making a meaningful difference? Do you feel you can provide the support this child needs? Then please apply to be considered for this position with an updated CV and a member of the SEND team will be in touch! Randstad Education has an array of positions in South Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you, call Gemma at the Sheffield branch today
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £17,000 - £23,000 per year
        • full-time
        Have you previously worked as a Personal Assistant to a Headteacher or Senior Leadership Team in a busy school environment? Do you have experience of SIMS? Are you familiar with HR policies and procedures and associated administration? Then contact Randstad now!We are currently recruiting an experienced PA to work with a member of a the SLT of a large Sheffield Primary/Secondary school. This is a permanent position and is term-time only, 35 hours per week approximately 8.30am to 4.30pm. We require a September start so do not hesitate to get in touch if you feel you are a suitable candidate. You will have: - At least six months previous experience in a school which we can reference, as a working knowledge of the education environment and specific systems is essential - Proven safeguarding knowledge and understanding - An extensive background in secretarial work, and especially PA work - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing - High standards of numeracy and literacy, especially spelling and grammar - Excellent organisation skills - A strong work ethic and a professional attitude - The ability to work under pressure to deadlines as part of a very busy team - Experience of HR administration (for example contracts and payroll) would also be an advantageThis is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed supply team with a great reputation. Responsibilities could include:- - Providing confidential and highly professional support to the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) of the school - Management of diaries, travel organisation, minute-taking during meetings and maintaining correspondence with staff and parents - Producing high quality school publications such as prospectus or policies - Managing the recruitment process in conjunction with the SLT and maintaining personnel records - General administration and secretarial duties, supporting in the office when requiredWe are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks.To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Support Services consultant, via email at gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or call on 0114 2743765
        Have you previously worked as a Personal Assistant to a Headteacher or Senior Leadership Team in a busy school environment? Do you have experience of SIMS? Are you familiar with HR policies and procedures and associated administration? Then contact Randstad now!We are currently recruiting an experienced PA to work with a member of a the SLT of a large Sheffield Primary/Secondary school. This is a permanent position and is term-time only, 35 hours per week approximately 8.30am to 4.30pm. We require a September start so do not hesitate to get in touch if you feel you are a suitable candidate. You will have: - At least six months previous experience in a school which we can reference, as a working knowledge of the education environment and specific systems is essential - Proven safeguarding knowledge and understanding - An extensive background in secretarial work, and especially PA work - Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing - High standards of numeracy and literacy, especially spelling and grammar - Excellent organisation skills - A strong work ethic and a professional attitude - The ability to work under pressure to deadlines as part of a very busy team - Experience of HR administration (for example contracts and payroll) would also be an advantageThis is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed supply team with a great reputation. Responsibilities could include:- - Providing confidential and highly professional support to the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) of the school - Management of diaries, travel organisation, minute-taking during meetings and maintaining correspondence with staff and parents - Producing high quality school publications such as prospectus or policies - Managing the recruitment process in conjunction with the SLT and maintaining personnel records - General administration and secretarial duties, supporting in the office when requiredWe are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child protection and UK eligibility checks.To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Support Services consultant, via email at gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or call on 0114 2743765
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £23,999 - £41,000 per year
        • full-time
        Teacher of HistoryMain Pay Scale/Upper Pay Range - 0.6 Permanent Contract or 0.72 NQT Temporary ContractRequired to start September 2020A large over-subscribed School in North Sheffield is looking for a permanent teacher of History to join there excellent team. The School enjoys an excellent reputation and sees the calibre of its staff as a key strength. This school offers an excellent benefits package, including a pension, a cycle to work scheme, eye test vouchers and cash plan including therapy benefits. We have a vacancy for a confident, enthusiastic, suitably qualified and experienced teacher of History, to join a successful department from September 2020. This role is suitable for both NQT's and experienced teachers.The successful candidate will:* be an excellent History teacher across the full age and ability range* have a passionate commitment to making History stimulating and relevant for all* be familiar with Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 of the National Curriculum, GCSE and A Level requirements* have the ability to teach Geography at Key Stage 3 if required* bring real energy and dynamism to the role, alongside genuine enthusiasm for your subject* be a skilled ICT practitioner and be comfortable using data to inform planning and intervention* have the calibre and ambition to develop his or her career in and beyond this post* be willing to contribute to raising the profile of history across the School, including extra-curricular opportunitiesHistory plays a prominent part in the life of the School and is taught by experience specialist teachers. It is a popular choice at GCSE and Advanced Level. Requirements:Degree in History or relevant subject areaQTSCan provide outstanding referencesIf you are looking for a move then please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Teacher of HistoryMain Pay Scale/Upper Pay Range - 0.6 Permanent Contract or 0.72 NQT Temporary ContractRequired to start September 2020A large over-subscribed School in North Sheffield is looking for a permanent teacher of History to join there excellent team. The School enjoys an excellent reputation and sees the calibre of its staff as a key strength. This school offers an excellent benefits package, including a pension, a cycle to work scheme, eye test vouchers and cash plan including therapy benefits. We have a vacancy for a confident, enthusiastic, suitably qualified and experienced teacher of History, to join a successful department from September 2020. This role is suitable for both NQT's and experienced teachers.The successful candidate will:* be an excellent History teacher across the full age and ability range* have a passionate commitment to making History stimulating and relevant for all* be familiar with Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 of the National Curriculum, GCSE and A Level requirements* have the ability to teach Geography at Key Stage 3 if required* bring real energy and dynamism to the role, alongside genuine enthusiasm for your subject* be a skilled ICT practitioner and be comfortable using data to inform planning and intervention* have the calibre and ambition to develop his or her career in and beyond this post* be willing to contribute to raising the profile of history across the School, including extra-curricular opportunitiesHistory plays a prominent part in the life of the School and is taught by experience specialist teachers. It is a popular choice at GCSE and Advanced Level. Requirements:Degree in History or relevant subject areaQTSCan provide outstanding referencesIf you are looking for a move then please contact Gemma on 0114 2743765 and email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • part-time
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year old's but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'Cover Supervisor' work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for over twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills.We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765
        Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity and youth work, or drama workshops for example? Are you a recent graduate looking to make a difference in the classroom? Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year old's but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary schools? Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility? If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'Cover Supervisor' work with Randstad Education could be for you! On behalf of a Sheffield academy trust, we are looking for cover supervisors who can work on a day-to-day ad hoc basis, but this could lead to something more long-term in future. On most days the work is a full school day, but you may cover just for mornings or afternoons, or even one lesson; the work can be very flexible to suit your availability. The requirement is due to an increase in the need for day to day cover within these mainstream settings, covering absent teachers due to training courses, meetings or sickness. This is a great opportunity to enhance your exposure to different schools and ages and be excited by the prospect of an incredibly varied week!BENEFITSOur staff have a well-deserved reputation as being the best in Sheffield and as a reward for your hard work and commitment you will benefit from:a dedicated, professional and friendly specialist 'Sheffield Secondary' consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facilitycompetitive rates of pay paid weekly, which are fully compliant under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR, 2011)commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including safeguarding, COVID Aware and 'Team Teach' (positive behaviour management strategies)recommend a friend' bonus worth up to £300flexible hours and working patternsbeing part of a highly respected supply team and developing your own reputation within it, especially through various rewards like 'Candidate of the Term'outstanding schools to work at, with supportive staff, on-site parking and excellent staff facilitiesthe experience of working with this 11-18 age group; cover supervision is excellent preparation for someone looking to do a PGCE in futureYou would need to be available to start in September 2020. This is a great opportunity to work as part of a committed team, providing a service to the staff and pupils of the schools. Responsibilities would include:being willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policydelivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involvedengaging with the pupils and keeping them on task, assisting with queries where possiblebeing highly organised and able to communicate effectivelydealing with any immediate issues or emergencies according to the school policies and proceduresREQUIREMENTSOur requirements for this post mean you must: have experience of working with children, preferably 11-18, which can be referenced (voluntary work included) be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) be passionate about working with children and young people possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable be able to establish rapport quickly with children whilst maintaining a high standard of control and discipline a degree qualification or a qualification in teaching and learning support is an advantageABOUT USRandstad Education is the UK Market Leader for recruitment within education. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent roles in schools, colleges and nurseries for over twenty years. Working with over 2500 schools each week, our staff support over 135,000 children every day across the country, so we can find the right match for your skills.We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools across South Yorkshire, so even if this job or location is not suitable, we would still like to hear from you regarding your relevant experience, as we may have other roles available in schools, temporary or permanent, short-or long-term, full or part-time, which may be a better match. If your application is deemed to be suitable, an interview would be offered immediately and you could start working in the schools soon after. All candidates will be required to undergo child protection and UK eligibility checks. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. To discuss this in more detail, please contact Gemma Gibaux, your specialist Secondary consultant, via email on gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk or by telephone at the Sheffield branch on 0114 274 3765

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