Why Step Teachers?

Experts in recruitment

Step Teachers is the home of honest, ethical, and dedicated recruitment for thousands of teachers, teaching assistants, nursery assistants, SEN specialists, cover supervisors, and tutors across southern England.

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Hear what the Chemistry teachers we’ve placed have to say

  • Sandra Hopkins
    Sandra Hopkins

    ​I had been searching for a chemistry teaching job for months with no luck until I reached out to Step Teachers. They immediately put me at ease and provided me with a list of potential job openings that matched my qualifications. They helped me prepare for interviews and even followed up with me after each one. Thanks to them, I landed a great job that I'm excited to start!

  • Emile Bernard
    Emile Bernard

    Step Teachers really exceeded my expectations in every way. They were incredibly attentive and really took the time to understand what I was looking for in a teaching job. They were also very transparent about the schools they were working with, which helped me feel confident in the positions I was applying for. I couldn't be happier with the job they helped me secure!

  • Jackie Pond
    Jackie Pond

    ​I was hesitant to use a recruitment agency at first, but I'm so glad I did! Step Teachers made the job search process so much easier and less stressful. Their team was very responsive and provided valuable feedback and guidance throughout the entire process. Thanks to them, I found a fantastic chemistry teaching job that I love.

Frequently asked questions

  • While teaching experience is preferred, it's not always necessary. If you have a strong background in chemistry and a passion for teaching, a recruitment agency can help connect you with opportunities to gain experience and build your career.

  • Recruitment agencies work with a variety of schools, including state and independent schools, primary and secondary schools, and international schools.

  • Typically, you will need a degree in chemistry or a related field, as well as a teaching qualification such as a PGCE. Some schools may also require additional qualifications such as a master's degree.

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