Your career, your way
We listen to every teacher. We know how important it is to have a teaching environment that suits you and your chosen career path, whether you’re new to teaching or a teaching veteran. We’ll find a role that’s perfect for you!
We’re extremely proud of all our awards for our service in recruitment. Our most recent award was the 2022 TIARA Recruitment award for ‘Two group candidate service award’.
What are my options?
Explore the different types of teaching contracts available to you when you work with us.
Over 70% of our available jobs are classed as ‘long-term’ contracts, which means that they range between 6 weeks and a year. Teaching long-term supply cover has a multitude of benefits, including giving you career progression, networking and mentoring opportunities, as well as a more reliable income than short-term supply work and the option to take time off between posts.
Daily supply is guaranteed work and ranges from one-day to a number of weeks. Short-term supply gives you the flexibility to take time off in-between posts, and the freedom to choose which jobs you want to take. Supply teaching is a great way to get varied school experience and avoid much of the after-school planning that permanent teachers face.
A significant number of teachers and learning support staff will register with the intention of finding a permanent job immediately or at some point in the future. When supporting you to find a permanent role we will assist in ensuring you have the best possible chance of making a school’s shortlist. We will support you from the interview or trial day preparation to negotiating your payment terms.
iday is the smart way to find the ideal teaching position. iday matches hundreds of young teachers from overseas, with hundreds of vacancies within schools in England. Through multiple face-to-face interviews in one day, it’s a remarkably effortless way for the right teachers to click with the right schools.
We are here to answer all your questions
Our friendly consultants are experts in supporting teachers make the move to England