We provide work in Schools, Colleges, Academies, PRUS, SEND Units, Nurseries and Adult Education. If you have qualifications or experience working in these establishments you could work for Principal subject to vetting checks.
We also provide work for Degree Graduates and Exam Invigilators so please send your CV to find out if you are eligible.
We have been established since 2004 and have grown to become the market leader in education recruitment in Yorkshire & Lincolnshire. To become the market leader we have built a reputation of honesty and quality of service with both our clients and the staff we work with.
In addition, we have held the Gold Standard in education recruitment, the REC Audited Education Status since it replaced the old Quality Mark Scheme. This means our policies and procedures regarding recruitment and safeguarding and vetting are second to none.
We work with many education establishments across the Yorkshire & Lincolnshire area. We can offer teaching and non teaching work.
Non teaching includes: Personal Care work, Site Managers, office staff, cleaners and drivers.
We offer both part time and full time work which varies from adhoc day to day cover to longer term and permanent work.
We have a dedicated permanent department so we can put you forward for permanent contracts direct with schools.
We offer compulsory induction and safeguarding training for all supply staff and also have a rolling programme of workshops. Please register your interest with your local office:
As an REC accredited agency all registered candidates are subject to our stringent vetting checks.
These include checking experience, qualifications, references, Enhanced DBS check, right to work in the UK, Identifications and any prohibitions from teaching.
You need to ensure you sign up with our payroll provider as soon as possible as they insure you to work so you cannot be placed without this.
We also require you to complete our induction and safeguarding courses before going out on your first assignment and read through our safeguarding documentation.
We will need you to bring these documents with you so we can clear you for work as soon as possible.
As per the DfEE circular 4/99 and ‘keeping children safe in education’ we have an obligation to verify a candidate’s mental and physical fitness to carry out their work responsibilities. A job applicant can be asked relevant questions about disability and health in order to establish whether they have the physical and mental capacity for the specific role.
If you have an enhanced DBS on the update service with the correct workforce you will not need to renew your DBS unless your circumstances change. If you are not on the update service, you will need a new one.
If you apply for a DBS through us please ensure you sign up to the update service otherwise you will need a new DBS after 1 year.
You can sign up in two ways: using the F number on your DBS form as soon as its received by the DBS or within 19 days of issue.
You will receive reminders from us annually to inform you that your annual subscription is due. This is to allow you to check the card you signed up on is still valid, if it isn’t and payment fails the DBS will not allow you to renew it and a new one will be needed.
A DBS is your personal documentation and must be kept safe. You must take it along with photo ID and your Principal Passport to every assignment or risk being turned away by the school.
Once we have received your CV one of our team will be in touch to discuss your requirements and to check you are eligible to work with our agency.
You will be required to provide us with two names and addresses of referees, one has to be your most recent employer. At this point you will be booked in for an interview and you will be informed of what documentation you need to complete and what you need to bring with you to your appointment. See “what documents do I need to bring with me to registration”.
The safeguarding of children is a top priority so all the documents we request are necessary to clear you for work. Its advised you bring everything with you to ensure the registration process runs smoothly and is as quick as possible for you.
Your interview will be one of our experienced team, they will find out exactly what role you are looking for and explain how supply works if you are new to it. They will also discuss your pay rate based on your knowledge and experience.
If you don’t have a DBS on the update service you will be required to complete a new one and pay for it as they take 4-6 weeks to complete.
You will be able to sign up for our payroll at your interview and you will need to supply two passport sized photographs for your Principal Passport or we will take a photo on the day.
After the interview you will be provided with a list of outstanding documents if there are any and a welcome pack. Once again please do your best to get all documents to us quickly so we can get you out to work. You will need to read through our welcome pack and safeguarding information and complete our induction and safeguarding course. These are available to complete online and face to face depending on your preferences.
Once we have all the relevant documentation you will be notified when you are active for work.
Make sure you carry your DBS, ID and Principal Passport to all assignments and if you are unable to attend for any reason call your consultant and NOT the school.