Teaching Jobs in Hull

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Education Recruitment in Hull

Our dedicated education team at James Ray Recruitment specialise in connecting staff with opportunities at schools across Hull and the East Riding.

We recruit for the entire range of school roles, so whether you’re looking for employment as a

  • teacher or teaching assistant
  • administrative staff
  • short or long-term supply teacher
  • specialist SEND practitioner

We can provide the right guidance, support and connections to help you progress in your education career.

If you can’t find the perfect role on our website, you can also send us your CV and we’ll contact you when we have the perfect role.

Your journey to a new stage in your career begins with James Ray Recruitment.

the humber bridge, in Hull

Why Work With James Ray?

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Reasons to Teach in Hull

Cost of Living

Hull is amongst the most affordable places to live in the UK. With the cost of living rising, your teaching salary could go much further in Hull.

Career Progression

Hull schools have strong links with each other and networking opportunities are plenty. Regular CPD across schools means Hull's teachers are always developing their skills.


Hull was named as the UK's City of Culture in 2017, and enjoyed a massive boost in investment, trade and tourism which continues today.


Hull has a rich history, which shapes its identity today. William Wilberforce, Amy Johnson and Philip Larkin all called Hull their home.

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Helpful Resources for Education Candidates

Frequently Asked Questions

Teachers are paid according to a national pay scale, which has 5 bands. The lowest band, M1, where a newly qualified teacher starts is set to be £30,000 for the 2023-24 academic year. The scale rises to M6, which teachers progress through under the terms of their employing schools’ performance management procedure. M6 pay is set to be £41,333 for the 2023-24 academic year.

This is significantly higher than Hull’s average salary of £23,350.

There are various routes into becoming a qualified teacher, as well as options to work as an unqualified teacher or “an instructor.”

We published this resource to help understand the requirements for becoming a teacher which goes into more details about the routes into teaching.

The demand for qualified teaching staff is increasing year on year. Simply put, as the population increases and experienced staff leave or retire, the number of vacancies increases. We have a significant number of jobs advertised in the Hull and East Riding which you can view below.

You may have seen reports in the media regarding teacher workload, and yes, teachers do put in a lot of time planning, delivering and assessing their lessons. The DFE has launched a plan for tackling teacher workload, and teaching unions are actively supporting their members to keep workloads manageable.

All school staff are required to undergo a check with the Disclosure and Barring Service. A criminal conviction will not automatically disqualify you from getting a teaching job, and each case will be assessed individually. However, serious crimes involving violence, sexual assault or offences against children are likely to result in a candidate being deemed as unsuitable to teach.

If you are concerned, it may be worth contacting a teaching union to seek their advice.


Lecturer in Brickwork

As a Brickwork Lecturer you will be part of a curriculum team, contributing to the growth and development of the Brickwork programmes within the College. You will be to work primarily with students engaged across a range of courses providing support needed to achieve their programme of study. The post-holder will need to be innovative in their teaching methods and responsible for aspects of leadership within the curriculum. This role is 35 hours per week, four days Monday to Thursday 8:30 – 5pm and to start as soon as possible.

Salary: £115.00 - 

Student Support Officer

The role of a Student Support Officer is to track and monitor attendance of individual students and specific targeted groups, making contact with parent/carers as appropriate and as guided by the Pastoral Lead, providing administrative support where required. Also provide help with minor practical issues and queries and issue appropriate documentation, as directed by the Pastoral Lead. This role is fulltime and to start as soon as possible until May 2023.

Salary: £85.00 - 

Business Development Officer

The role of a Business Development officer is to take responsibility for promoting the new Strategic Development Fund and services to stakeholders. You will proactively identify and pursue new business opportunities, manage a portfolio of existing stakeholders, ensure that all employers have a first-class customer service experience and report and monitor progress against agreed targets. This is a part time role, 14 hours per week and the client is flexible with which days you work but you will need to start as soon as possible until the end of March 2023.

The ideal candidate:

Hold a level 3 or higher Information, Advice and Guidance qualification
Minimum Level 2 in Maths and English – Essential
Evidence of commitment to personal development and continuing improvement
3 years’ experience of business development
Experience in a commercial customer facing role
Experience of working in an educational setting
Strong knowledge of CMR systems & usage
Sound understanding of Government policy
Excellent interpersonal skills including confidentially and attention to detail
Must have a clean UK driving license
Ability to work flexibly, including evening and weekend work

Salary: £25000 - 

Supply Teachers

We have seen an exceptionally high demand for secondary school teachers and require assistance with adhoc or long-term sickness cover. All secondary school applicants will be considered for our guaranteed pay scheme giving you job security and a consistent income as you enter 2023. The salary is from £110 – £225, this is dependent on experience and requirements within our schools.

Salary: £110.00 - 

PPA Class Teacher

As a PPA Class Teacher, you will be able to maintain an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of teaching across all key stages, effectively and consistently meet and exceed learning criteria and use appropriate teaching and classroom management strategies. Organisation is key to monitor the progress of the pupils, and provide clear goals, constructive feedback and maintain progression records.

This is a full-time position, working across 2 terms with a proposed start of January 2023. This school is looking for someone who holds QTS and has the experience teaching EYFS/KS1/KS2 children. The day rate is £115 – £225 per day, this is dependent on experience.

Salary: £115.00 - 


This small rural primary school is situated on the outskirts of Beverley. They believe every person is utterly precious. They are looking to recruit an aspirational HLTA to join their caring and supportive school community who will help them provide a supportive, stimulating environment and share their high expectations of achievement for all their children. This lovely primary school has wonderful children and dedicated staff that go that extra mile.

This school is looking for someone who holds a minimum level 4 qualification or above and has the experience working with children across the key stages. The day rate will vary dependent on experience £80 – £100 per day. The position is Monday to Friday term time only.

Salary: £80.00 - 
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