KSS currently recruits supply teachers, nursery officers, business support staff and educational teaching assistants and provides a one-stop service for schools and nurseries needing supply cover.

What we offer

Our commitment to high quality services means that we need to employ talented, committed people. In return we provide:

  • Flexible working arrangements (where applicable)
  • Family friendly policies
  • Good rates of pay
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Support for individual career aspirations

Minimum requirements for all roles

KSS wants to hear from individuals who would like to work on a supply basis in Kirklees schools who:

  • Have required status, experience or qualifications for the post you are applying for
  • Have experience in the last 3 years in the relevant post
  • Be available to provide cover for more than one school/setting
  • Be DBS Checked

Complete the following free training

Safeguarding

All Supply Teachers are required to complete the e-learning training detailed below and to produce the certificate at interview.

We all have a responsibility to follow Government Guidance in respect of Safeguarding issues for Schools and Learning.

This has given rise to the stipulation that all supply staff must complete the ‘Safeguarding in Education’ e-learning course, which must be completed before interview and must be updated every 3 years.

Complete the awareness of child abuse and neglect - E learning course

ClockCompleting this course takes around 40 minutes

PaperclipTo complete this training you will need to have a log in or register with Kirklees Safeguarding Childrens Board

Complete training

After you've completed the course

Print the certificate out and bring to your interview

This training is to be renewed every 3 years (a prompt will be sent to remind you)

Prevent Duty – Prevent E-learning Course

Under Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 there is a requirement for individuals in education to be aware of the “need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. The Home Office have produced a new online e-learning Prevent resource aimed at individuals with responsibilities under the Prevent Duty. The e-learning is designed to help raise awareness of radicalisation; will help individuals to identify the signs that someone may be at risk of radicalisation and where to go to for support.

Therefore, in line with requirements by the DFE, Ofsted and Kirklees Council Policy, we require supply staff to complete the Prevent E-Learning course.

Complete the e-learning training on Prevent

ClockCompleting this course takes around 45 minutes

Complete training

After you've completed the course

Print the certificate out and bring to your interview

Job roles and application packs

Supply teachers

Expectations of KSS staff:

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism at all times
  • Be prepared - especially if supply dates are known in advance
  • Be polite and courteous at all times
  • Keep KSS staff up to date with any changes to circumstances
  • Mark any work in line with the schools policy and practice
  • Understand and demonstrate attributes and characteristics required

Benefits for you:

  • Opportunity to pay into the teachers pension scheme
  • Opportunity to apply for threshold
  • Published pay dates 
  • Continued Professional Development (CPD) 
  • Newly qualified teacher (NQT) support
  • A handbook of useful information and Kirklees procedures and expectations
  • Regular feedback
Business support officers

Business support officers are required to provide administrative support to the school under the direction of the headteacher and/or administrative officer. Key responsibility areas are:

  • Finance
  • Administration
  • General duties which may be required to fulfil role

If you have previous experience of working in an admin role and would like to register with KSS please contact the KSS office for an application pack or download:

Nursery officers

Supply nursery officers for work in schools, children's centres and nursery schools require you to be qualified to NNEB or hold other relevant childcare qualifications or training to level 3. If you have previous experience of working in a childcare role and would like to register with KSS please contact the KSS office for an application pack or download:

Educational teaching assistants

Educational teaching assistants should be able to work as part of a team to support the learnign and welfare of pupils in shcools. Particular emphasis will be on working with the individual pupiles and small groups. Experience of working with children and young people in a school environment and knowledge of the national curriculum are essential.

If you have previous experience of working with children and would like to register with KSS please contact the KSS office for an application pack or download:

Information for schools

KSS is part of the Traded Learning Service. We deliver recruitment solutions for schools by providing a reliable and fast acting service at value for money where quality is the focus.

For further information visit our Kirklees Business Solutions website.