We operate a bilingual policy. All applicants are invited to apply in Welsh, any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English.

Supply Teacher

Closing date: 12/08/2024

Reference: REQ105479

Casual

30,742 - 47,340 *

Within Ceredigion

*All salary values are pro-rata.

About the role

We pride ourselves on providing educational provision of the highest standard and so we are seeking engaging and effective teachers to add to our central supply register.

Supply teachers are important in ensuring continuity of effective teaching and learning during staff absences. Supply teaching can provide a great opportunity for teachers looking for more flexibility, or teachers who are newly qualified and wishing to gain practical experience.

We are looking for teachers who:

  • can engage children in lessons that are stimulating and engaging
  • have a positive impact on pupil progress and be effective at raising attainment
  • use positive and effective behaviour management strategies
  • have excellent curricular and subject knowledge
  • can demonstrate flexibility and be able to adapt to the different needs and values of our schools
  • have a strong commitment to their own professional development

This is supported in the general our ethos and all our schools, therefore, all staff working in schools must complete a Child Protection Level 1 e-learning module and be registered with the Education Workforce Council.

Get in touch

For further information, please contact Daniel Davies on Daniel.Davies@ceredigion.gov.uk

Note: We reserve the right to extend the application closing date.

We are committed to safeguarding and protecting children and adults at risk. As part of this commitment, certain roles within our organisation require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check to assess the suitability of candidates. This role will require an Enhanced DBS check. Please note that the presence of previous convictions will not necessarily disqualify a candidate from consideration for this position. We assess each applicant on a case-by-case basis, and take into account the nature and relevance of any convictions in relation to the responsibilities of the role. Our goal is to create an inclusive and supportive work environment where all individuals are treated fairly and with respect. If you have any concerns or questions regarding this process, please feel free to contact us for clarification. Your privacy and dignity are of utmost importance to us throughout the recruitment process.

What we offer

Work-life balance

Lifestyle savings scheme

Generous employer pension scheme

Cycle to work scheme

Learning and development

Where you'll work

Schools and Culture

We offer appropriate challenge and support to our schools, to help them deliver first class education to all pupils, across the age and ability range. Our primary functions are as follows: 

  • School Improvement: Leadership; Support and Challenge, Teaching and Learning; Digital Literacy; Literacy and Numeracy; Welsh in Education
  • Additional Learning Needs: Provision for pupils with Additional Learning Needs, Inclusion; Attendance; Educational Psychology
  • Pupil Wellbeing:Counselling; Welfare; Anti-Bullying, Pupil Voice
  • Education Governance: Data ; Governor Support, Policy support
  • School Admissions
  • Culture: Music Service; Cered; Felinfach Theatre; Museum
  • Infrastructure and Resources: Planning School Places; Modernisation and Twenty First Century Schools Programme; Buildings; Grants
  • Catering: Day Centres; Primary Schools; Residential homes.
  • Childcare Unit: Childcare Sufficiency Assessment; Childcare & Play Grant; Childcare Offer; Out of School (After School Clubs and Holiday Playschemes); Day Nursery, Cylch/Playgroup & Childminder business support and staff training