Are you looking for a job? Have you considered working as a teaching assistant? Margate and other local areas have many exciting opportunities in their schools. Our team at Strategy Education is ready to identify opportunities and support you with an application to make your search easier.

We are education recruitment specialists with vacancies nationwide for support staff and experienced, unqualified or early-career teachers.

As a teaching assistant, you can make a difference in the lives of young people. As well as supporting teachers, you could be promoting learning and mentoring individuals in a caring environment.

Whether you are new, experienced or a graduate looking for classroom experience, we have roles that will suit you.

Schools searching for permanent, temporary or supply staff will benefit from our exclusive database of candidates. We have also developed relationships with crucial ITT providers to source the best early career teachers looking for a supportive school.

If you are keen to find out more about us, get in touch on 0345 521 9987 or request a call back using our online enquiry form.

How do we support teaching assistants – Margate?

Our role doesn’t end with finding vacancies. We also want to support your career progression and help you make the most of your skills and experience.

  • Career Opportunities – Access to training opportunities to enhance your skills and kickstart your career.
  • Recognise Your Skills – Our experience in education allows us to recognise your unique qualities and find the roles you are best suited to.
  • Improve Your CV – Is your CV old and outdated? We can work with you to include all the critical information required to stand out from the crowd.
  • Interview  Practice– Interviews can be a challenge. Our preparation sessions can support those who want to build their confidence.

How we benefit schools looking for a teaching assistant – Margate

Schools are facing many difficulties with recruitment. Our professional education recruiters are equipped to enhance the process and connect you with quality candidates quickly and efficiently.

You will be allocated a designated consultant with extensive experience within the education sector. They will organise adverts, interviews, and applicant vetting on your behalf.

Our client-focused approach allows us to find candidates who suit your school ethos and bring the required skills and experience to your setting.

Strategy Education delivers:

  • Specialist education recruitment
  • Access to a network of applicants
  • Reasonable fees

Why choose Strategy Education?

  • Certification – Strategy Education is a REC (Recruitment & Employment Confederation) Audited Gold Standard accredited Recruitment Consultancy.
  • Availability – We work to fill your vacancies quickly and efficiently while ensuring candidates meet your high standards.
  • Applicants – Our connections mean we have built a database of prospective teaching assistants to allow us to respond quickly to your demands.
  • Reputation –We have worked hard to build a solid reputation within the education sector, proving successful and reliable when it comes to recruiting for schools.
  • Community –We are delighted to honour those who work in Essex schools through our sponsorship of events, including the Thurrock 2017-2019 Education Awards.
  • Compliance – The Crown Commercial Service’s Supply Teachers and Temporary Staff in Educational Establishments Framework has made Strategy Education a named supplier.

Teaching Assistant Margate Information

Margate is a seaside town in Kent, located near Canterbury. It was made famous through the Chas and Dave song “Margate” in 1984. However, historically, it was part of the important maritime ports around Dover in the Middle Ages.

For around 250 years, Margate has attracted visitors searching for sea air and entertainment. A major attraction was Dreamland Amusement Park. It first opened in 1920 and reopened in 2015 after a few years of closure.

In the eighties, the area sadly suffered an economic downturn. In 1994 Margate became the subject of a regeneration plan to revitalise the local economy and area. There are now many independent shops, an annual jazz festival and an Arts council-funded art gallery.

There are several primary schools and a mix of grammar and non-selective secondary schools in the area.