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Applying for a job at a school where I did supply?

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by Ronson, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. Ronson

    Ronson New commenter

    I did a day's supply last week at a school and I've noticed there's a job going in the year I was doing supply with, though I don't know if it's the same class as it's two form entry. However, if I apply for this and get it, is there the danger the agency could try and claim a finder's fee, even though I didn't apply through them? I was planning on using the fact I've been at the school briefly in my application.
    • Some agencies will try to claim a finder's fee but when I did the same thing you are doing now, applying for a school I worked supply in, the head told me the agency has no right to. They can only claim a finder's fee if they introduce you to a school and the school takes you on right there and then.
    • Good luck

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