Key Stage Teacher Supply is part of Operam Education Group, a network of education recruitment agencies that cover the North and the Midlands. Established in 2000, Key Stage Teacher Supply has developed a premium supply agency reputation and very close collaborative relationships with local schools over many years in order to deliver workforce solutions effectively and efficiently in Lancashire and Cumbria.
We are passionate about finding great education jobs for great candidates and work hard to understand what you are looking for in a role and why. When you register with us, you will be allocated a dedicated consultant who will work closely with you to match your individual requirements. Our teams deliver a high level of customer care and believe that your time with us will be a rewarding experience.
When on supply you do not always feel that you have a ‘place of abode’ but with Key Stage Teacher Supply, you will quickly experience that each consultant takes the time to listen and talk things over with you. Your consultant will check you are happy in your role, find solutions to any issues you may have and ensure that your needs are being met. When you are finishing an assignment or becoming available again, as your supply agency we actively market you to our schools in order to line up your next supply role.
We offer a supported process that treats everyone with respect, professionalism whether you are support staff, an inspiring NQT looking for your first role in education, an experienced teacher ready for a new challenge or a retired teacher who still has got a lot to offer. Your dedicated consultant is available to offer support and career advice to you, following our smooth but thorough registration pathway.
Our supply agency pledge is a commitment of service to all our candidates, formed on the basis of what is important to them, it’s an evolving promise which adapts to the changing needs of our candidates.
We will offer you a friendly, supportive, professional service and do our best to offer you appropriate assignments according to your needs.
We will consider your long-term as well as your short-term needs and offer you advice on your career as we get to know you and are a regular user of our service.
We will select you based on your knowledge, skills, attitude and experience; we do not disadvantage anyone on the grounds of gender, disability, ethnic origin, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, age or nationality. We will not tolerate any form of discrimination, victimisation or harassment.
We will only contact you at appropriate times according to your preferences. We are available for you to contact us with any issues, needs, or for support; a key strength of our service to you. We will keep you updated about opportunities and give you constructive feedback where appropriate.
We will give you as much notice as possible for potential assignments so that you have time to prepare. If you have signed up for emergency cover, we will contact you as early as possible, the evening before or from 7.30am onwards for an assignment that day.
We will let you know what year group you will be working with in advance when taking a primary teaching assignment.
We will ensure you will get paid via your bank account on a weekly basis every Friday (a week in arrears), providing you have submitted your online timesheet by the previous Sunday evening.