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Working with an education recruitment agency

There are now more obstacles to work around than ever and having to worry about recruiting for your organisation can become a costly and time-consuming task. Recruitment agencies are here to help bridge the employment gap and place quality candidates within your organisation. Here are 5 reasons why working with an agency will save you time, money, and effort.

March 02, 2021

Time and effort

Sifting through CV’s, screening candidates, and separating quality candidates from the weak can become a time-consuming process. Experienced consultants are well-versed in reading CV after CV. They can spot individuals who are worth interviewing, minimising the amount of time and effort reviewing applications.  

Money saving

Using a recruitment agency can be a cost-effective option in comparison to in-house recruitment; which can lead to lost time and productivity. Consultants will already have a pool of candidates ready to work, as well as access to extensive databases full of individuals looking for work.

Flexible contracts

There are always unexpected absences or illnesses that occur throughout the year that can be hard to fill in a short amount of time. Recruitment consultants have a large pool of candidates who are ready and waiting for temporary, permanent, and even temp-to-perm roles.

Security checks

Vetting and safeguarding are essential, consultants make sure there is no margin for error and keep safeguarding as one of their highest priorities. This makes sure all candidates put forward for vacant roles are quality candidates that will be the right fit for your organisation. 

Industry knowledge

Consultants have an extensive, up-to-date knowledge of schools and teaching requirements which allows them to find top talent in the industry and match your organisation with the right individuals. This will benefit you in the long run and reduce the risk of having to re-hire. 


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