Cover Supervisor

Location Manchester
Discipline: Cover People UK
Job type: ANYTHING
Contact email: rachel@coverpeopleuk.co.uk
Job ref: J17510
Published: 12 days ago
Cover Supervisor- Unqualified Teacher Graduate and Uni Student Opportunity- Looks fantastic on your CV for opportunities inside and outside Education for the future! Derbyshire wide vacancies Exciting and versatile job £70-100 per day Hours 0830-1530 with Lunch Break Part time and Full time available The role of a Cover Supervisor As a Cover Supervisor, you will gain a lot of experience in other aspects of education you may be interested in – such as working with smaller intervention groups with children who may require catch-up support, working with SEN children or coaching in schools. You will go into Ark locations and cover lessons that have work fully set and planned, ready for your arrival. The role of a Cover Supervisor is to support a mixture of classes during the absence of the regular class teacher. Although you will not be teaching, ensuring the pupils are kept on task is most important, so good classroom management is a must. Requirements: • Be able to supervise students and establish a constructive, safe and ordered atmosphere in the classroom. • Promote positive values, attitudes and good pupil behaviors. • Relevant qualification/degree inc. GCSE Maths, English (Does not have to be a core subject). • Drive to succeed and gain the experience. • Motivated to work with children and young people. • This position is subject to the completion of an Enhanced DBS Why Should You Apply? • Fantastic FREE opportunities for CPD. • To gain significant experience in schools. • To kick start your career in the education sector. • To receive notifications of the work you want via our Candidate portal. • Weekly PAYE payments without Umbrella Company signup. Cover People’s client schools Schools, are a wide variety of schools from academies serving pupils from deprived communities to outstanding providers with multiple Oxbridge applicants. • High expectations: we have high expectations of ourselves and for what our children can achieve. • Excellent teaching: great teaching is what transforms children’s attainment and opens door for the future. • Exemplary behaviour: children can and should be taught to behave well, following instructions first time, every time, without question. • Depth for breadth: with a curriculum that encompasses the best of what has been thought and said ensuring our pupils have the knowledge and cultural capital to thrive in the classroom and beyond. • Knowing every child: we get to know and care deeply about each of our pupils as individuals. • Always learning: we expect pupils to always learn, but also for our staff to continually develop their professional expertise,