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We're Finding Jobs For Sussex Teachers at Our Newest Branch

About 6 months ago By Alex Schulte

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​As a leading educational recruitment agency, Protocol Education work with schools in towns and cities across the country. Now, we are pleased to announce the opening of a branch in the vibrant city of Brighton to help teachers in Sussex find jobs.

To celebrate this big moment for Sussex teachers and support staff, we spoke to Brighton resident and head of business development Hazel Baxter about the new branch. Hazel told us all about how her team will be finding teaching and teaching assistant jobs in East and West Sussex.

Q: What’s your previous experience in finding jobs in Sussex schools for teachers and teaching assistants?

Collectively, our team has over 25 years working with schools and educators across the South Coast.

We have strong links with local schools in East and West Sussex. Our team members are embedded in the local communities we serve. Those close ties help us find the best local jobs for Sussex teachers and teaching assistants.

Q: What kind of educators are you looking to recruit?

Hazel: We’re on the lookout for anyone and everyone really. Primary teachers, secondary teachers, SEN (Special Educational Needs) teachers and teaching assistants. We also have a current vacancy for an attendance officer. But really, if you’ve got a passion and a talent for education and a desire to work in Brighton and Sussex schools in whatever form, we want to hear from you.

Q: What kinds of schools do you work with in Sussex

Hazel: We have strong connections with all types of schools in East and West Sussex. Primary, secondary and SEN schools: we work with them all to find the best daily supply staff and help them to fill long-term and permanent vacancies with local educators.

Tuition is another area schools are speaking to us about. Finding flexible staff who can deliver tuition is a new challenge for schools but we have the perfect educators for the job

Q: Why is Brighton such a wonderful place to live and work as a teacher?

Hazel: Brighton is a fantastic location for fun and open-minded teachers who love the seaside but want a close connection to London. You'll never be short of things to do in this great city, which is brimming with restaurants, walking routes, bars, arts, and political activism.

Are you a teacher, teaching assistant tutor or other educational worker in Sussex? Hazel and the rest of the local Protocol Education team are waiting to help you find rewarding roles at Primary, Secondary or Special Needs schools in East and West Sussex.

Just register with us and we will be in touch.

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