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Leaving at Easter

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by PETERPIPER, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. I don't think it will look bad given that you did longer stints at the other schools. I'd make a point of visiting your next potential school before interview though, and convey to them whilst your current school isn't quite right, you are keen to be at your next school long term.
     
  2. mousey80

    mousey80 Occasional commenter

    It just might be hard to get a new job, but the sooner you start looking the sooner you can get out. Good luck.
     
  3. I don't think it will look bad given that you did longer stints at the
    other schools. I'd make a point of visiting your next potential school
    before interview though, and convey to them that, whilst your current school
    isn't quite right, you are keen to be at your next school long term.
     
  4. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    Few schools recruit permanent staff at Easter - often using temps to cover the summer. It saves money, but also enables a wider field of applicants as most people start in September or January. No harm in looking, don't have to resign yet.

    Good luck
    P
     

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