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When applying for a new job, your CV could be the ticket to securing that all-important first interview – but how do you ensure your CV is shortlisted?
Putting together a successful CV when applying for teaching roles does become easier once you know how. It's a case of taking all your skills and experience and tailoring them to the job you're applying for. But what if you don't meet the right criteria?
Andrea Raven-Hill, Executive Regional Manager within Reed’s education recruitment division, and Ben Raven-Hill, Tuition Manager at Reed, explored how teachers and teaching assistants can tailor their CVs and navigate application processes when applying for their dream teaching position.
About Reed’s education recruitment division
As experts in education recruitment and supply, we support education professionals to find teaching roles across early years, foundation, primary, secondary and SEND settings – from teachers, teaching assistants and intervention specialists, to all non-classroom-based roles.
In addition to our recruitment services, we provide a host of resources designed to support educators with key areas of their role, including careers information for children. We know that good careers education resources for students can be hard to come by, which is why we’ve invested in ‘Gateway to work’ – a simple, digestible curriculum designed to help teaching staff prepare students for the transition into the workplace.