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Hays Education is committed to providing the best secondary teaching jobs nationwide. The roles we recruit for include Science Teacher, Maths Teacher, English Teacher, MFL Teacher, Design & Technology Teacher and Geography Teacher.
Our experts are experienced in placing exceptional teachers into exciting supply, long term, temporary and permanent teaching jobs in secondary schools. Our knowledge of secondary education and our partner schools allows us to match teachers with the right job at the right time providing support and career advice and helping to progress careers.
We have 40 offices across the UK including London, Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol, Preston, Birmingham and many more so get in contact with your nearest Hays office today to see how our experts can help you.
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