Category: Job Seeking Resources

At Axcis, we match people to jobs in the special educational needs and disabilities sector. In this section of the blog, you’ll find lots of articles and resources to support your job hunting efforts. From CV and interview advice, to information about SEND jobs including job descriptions and what to expect on your first day. If you are looking for work, there is sure to be something in this section of interest to you!

Axcis Midlands wins new staffing contract – SEND work in Birmingham available now!

Axcis Midlands are thrilled to announce that they have just been awarded preferred supplier status with Birmingham schools – so if you’re seeking SEND  work in Birmingham, read on to find out more! Who are Axcis? Axcis are the foremost supplier

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Is Axcis the best agency to work for? We think so! Here are 5 reasons why

Is Axcis the best agency to work for? If you’re a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) teacher or member of support staff, we believe that the answer is a resounding YES! Here are 5 reasons why. 1 – Competitive rates of pay

Posted in Candidates, Job Seeking Resources, News, SEND Teacher Information, Teaching Assistant Information

Charity fundraisers, recruiters, teachers and sales people – why work for Axcis?

At Axcis, we are always seeking new consultants for our growing business. Over the last few years, we have opened new offices across the country and we continue to expand so we are always on the lookout for new talent.

Posted in Job Seeking Resources, News, Recruitment Industry Blogs

Teaching Assistants – are you losing your jobs due to funding cuts? Be like Bob (or Wendy!)

Wendy helps Bob get a job This is Bob Bob is a Teaching Assistant who has just been told by the school he works for that they can no longer afford to keep him on due to funding cuts. Bob is

Posted in Candidates, Job Seeking Resources, News, Teaching Assistant Information

Refer a Consultant to Axcis and earn £1000*

We are offering a HUGE £1000 bonus payment* if you refer someone to us for a consultant role. So take a look below and get your thinking cap on – you could earn  a grand for helping a friend to get a job

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Students and graduates – why work for Axcis?

Are you a student or recent graduate considering teaching or support work? Find out here why Axcis could  be the perfect place to find a job! Who are Axcis? We are a specialist recruitment company offering temporary and permanent assignments.

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5 ways Axcis can boost your permanent job hunt for January…

With plenty of permanent vacancies being advertised by schools and local authorities, why would you want to involve an agency in your hunt for a permanent job? What are the benefits? Find out a few secrets of the profession here

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6 things to remember when going for a job interview

There are six things that every candidate should know prior to setting foot in an interview: 1 – Dress to impress   To impress a prospective employer you simply must dress in a professional way. The way you look suggests

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Looking for education jobs? 5 Reasons to choose Axcis for SEND

Are you looking for a teaching or support role? Do you feel worn down by endless application packs and trawling the newspapers and internet to find education jobs to apply for? Here are 5 reasons to give Axcis a try. 1 –

Posted in Candidates, Job Seeking Resources, Mainstream to SEND transition

Special educational needs teacher job profile

What does a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) teacher do? How many hours a week do they work? What do they get paid and what qualifications and experience do you need to find work in this field? What does a SEND

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