Recommended Caretaking vacancy sites

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Jun 2018 12 13:07

Recommended Caretaking vacancy sites

Here are two very good sites for vacancies both of which you can get email alerts eTeach is used by quite a few local authorities:-

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Re: Recommended Caretaking vacancy sites

I have a list of most local authority sites in the UK. Many have a jobs section. But they do take some trawling through and aren't the most easy to navigate.
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