There are numerous sources of information when it comes to applying for teaching roles so we have compiled a list of the most useful guides and information to help with finding and applying for a teaching job.
Searching for Teaching Job Guide
When applying for teaching roles, you should begin actively seeking jobs quite early on in the year and it’s important to check the local authority / council’s website to find more opportunities as well. This Fact Sheet details the latest information on where to begin your search, CV tips and useful websites and resources.
Teaching Agency Directory
Have a look through our Directory and find key contacts and websites.
Teaching pools are a system used by schools where candidates apply to become part of the pool. Schools are then able to view approved applications and contact a candidate with appropriate job opportunities.
This guide includes essential information about what to include in the Personal Statement part opf your application or covering letter.
The company responsible for educational recruitment advertising in Lincolnshire also produces a useful weekly job bulletin advertising many roles and positions in a range of educational settings. Have a look through the latest issue as well as previous issues below and make sure to check back for next week’s edition.
Student Resource Centre
The Centre in the Hardy Building has takeaway copies of our factsheets, books, magazines and resources. You can also pop in with your enquires or make an appointment with a career advisor to discuss your options or receive application and interview advice.
The following guides are good starting points to find out about different types of job roles, courses and work experience available to help you enter a particular area of work along with the best places to begin your search.