Types of Work
Qsted help teachers and support staff across the country and overseas, find exactly the type of work they are looking for in their perfect environment. We aim to provide an efficient service to get you registered, cleared and out to work offering you the opportunities that you desire. We aim to make working with Qsted an opportunity to gain experience in the educational environment to enhance your career.
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Types of work
Permanent Work: Often schools will employ Qsted to find permanent members of staff for them. Alternatively teachers working on a long-term basis covering a permanent vacancy may be offered a permanent contract by the school.
Daily Supply: This is the most flexible option covering absence. Daily supply will give you the opportunity to work in a variety of locations which will enable you to find a school that suits your personality, teaching style and specialism, before committing to a more long-term appointment.
Short-Term Supply: Short-term work can run to up to half a term and allows you to gain greater insight into the roles and responsibilities of permanent staff members. Short-term workers need to take on a greater degree of responsibility for planning than a daily worker, and working in this way is an excellent route for less experienced teachers and support workers who want to get a taste of school life.
Long-Term Supply: Working in a post for half a term or longer, long-term supply allows you to take the full responsibilities of a permanent member of staff. Long-term teachers are required to make a greater contribution to curriculum planning and the life of the school as a whole.
Overseas Work: There are now greater opportunities for teachers to use their skills and experience across the world at a range of international schools in a host of exciting locations. As the number of international schools increases so does the demand for teachers.