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looking for a jobshare partner in mid wales

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by openwindow, May 30, 2011.

  1. Does anyone have any good ideas about how to look for a jobshare partner, I really don't want to work full-time, am doing supply at the moment.
    I have applied for a couple of jobs saying I would like to do it on a jobshare basis, but in that case there has to be someone else interested, also there is the risk from the school's point of view that you might not 'gel' together.

     
  2. Does anyone have any good ideas about how to look for a jobshare partner, I really don't want to work full-time, am doing supply at the moment.
    I have applied for a couple of jobs saying I would like to do it on a jobshare basis, but in that case there has to be someone else interested, also there is the risk from the school's point of view that you might not 'gel' together.

     

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