First Class Supply are experiencing very high demand for Cover Supervisors for secondary schools in South Tyneside. As the education agency of choice for an extensive number of schools, we have a range of daily and short term opportunities available. Many schools are looking to develop a supply of regular, local staff for replacement cover therefore you will need to quickly establish good working relationships within the teams of various schools.
As a Cover Supervisor you will manage the classroom, ensuring that students remain on task with the work they have been set.
To apply for this position you must:
- either be an experienced Cover Supervisor, or hold a degree in addition to having significant experience of working with young people, ideally in a classroom environment
- have the skills to manage challenging behaviour in the classroom
- be pro-active, enthusiastic, energetic and reliable
- be flexible to work at short notice as and when the need arises.
First Class Supply are a genuine independent Employment Business that specialises in the education sector, currently celebrating 15 hugely successful years in educational recruitment. We have an unrivalled, fantastic reputation for delivering an exceptional, personal service to our partner schools, teachers and support staff alike. The first to forge real partnerships with schools, we are proud that our company ethos to support our local community in real ways has proved truly beneficial. As part of our commitment to our teachers and support staff we offer free, ongoing CPD courses, as well as ongoing professional support by in-house educational industry professionals. We lead, where others follow.
First Class Supply have forged strong partnerships with schools in Northumberland, North Tyneside, Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland, Durham and Tees Valley.
Applicants will attend a face-to-face interview, be expected to undergo reference checks and an enhanced DBS disclosure (if not currently held).
First Class Supply is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within education.