Are you contemplating entering the world of teaching? Although we spend a lot of our time as an agency, providing qualified teachers to schools, we have an increasing need for degree graduates to help plug gaps in schools’ timetables, where teachers aren’t necessarily needed. This role can be fun, varied and challenging, and comes with
February has been an exciting month for us, as we expanded our team by welcoming Nathan Watts to run our ‘Special Educational Needs and Disabilities’ desk for both primary and secondary schools across the West Midlands. Before getting into Education recruitment, Nathan spent several years in a special school in a variety of roles, so
We hope that everyone that work in schools managed to have some quality down-time with family and friends over the Christmas period, and are now fully recharged and ready to take on 2017 with gusto and zeal! This month officially marks the two year anniversary of Zest Education and, needless to say, it has been
In this article, we discuss what a personal brand is, how you can harness it, and how it is important to your career. A personal brand is about thinking of yourself as a brand and marketing yourself as such. You need a personal brand to stand out, get noticed, and make an impression in the
Are you looking for a new job, but not sure where to start? Maybe you’re a recent graduate looking to kick start your career, or you just think it’s time for a change of role. Whatever your job seeking situation, these 3 sites will help you to take your job hunt online to get started with
Your CV offers an insight into who you are as a potential candidate. It is important that you fill in your CV carefully, as each piece of information portrays to employers how and why you are suitable for the role. The 5 key pieces of information that should be included on a CV are: 1.
Career Planning – 3 Simple Steps to Finding your Ideal Career Career planning is the process of thinking about which career you would like to pursue and making a plan of how you wish to get there. It’s about making goals for your career and planning how you will achieve them. Career planning is important
You may be prepared for what interviewers will ask you, but what about when you get to ask them questions? This list of 60 questions should get you started with some questions to ask to get more insight into the role, expectations, company, and culture, and make sure the role is right for you.
The job interview can be tough and is an incredibly nerve-wracking experience for most of us. But you’ve made it this far, so it’s time to show what you can do. Try these tips for acing your next interview and landing your perfect job. Research the Company and Role Preparedness is key to
A job is a regular activity performed in exchange for payment. A person usually begins a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, or starting a business. The duration of a job may range from an hour (in the case of odd jobs) to a lifetime (in the case of some judges). If a person is