- Single-cost annual licences for unlimited job board advertising could save schools millions
- 96% of Eteach.com licence holders renew annually
Our end of year figures from Eteach.com show that 96% of our licence holders have renewed their contracts with us. We have demonstrably saved many organisations half of their annual recruitment spend and we are determined to offer genuine value for all schools. Staffing schools with quality teachers should not be expensive. If all of the schools in the UK signed up to our annual single-cost licence for their recruitment advertising, we could save the education industry millions.
http://www.eteachgroup.com/job-board/As the UK’s teacher-led education recruitment specialists, it has remained a responsibility of Eteach’s to drive down the cost of schools’ recruitment advertising during 2016-2017 school year, which we have done. We are committed to continue to help schools chip away at their £3bn budget shortfall.
Eteach.com has always pledged to offer fair and sustainable advertising licence prices to schools for all staff vacancies including leadership roles.
Currently, schools in the UK spend at least £250 million annually on recruitment agencies. The eteach.com licence includes advertising for leadership roles – whereas our competitors charge hefty additional fees.
The effect is cumulative too – the more schools advertise online, the more teachers register online and the easier it is for recruiting schools to find and attract the teachers they need without resorting to headhunting agency fees and expensive print advertising.
eteach.com carried 65,000 jobs in 2016, the highest across all education job boards.
We empower schools to adopt a recruitment approach which is sustainably low cost: we provide them with School Recruiter technology to build a school talent pool; we teach schools how to market the school brand for year-round candidate attraction and offer expert strategies to improve time and cost efficiencies. This need not cost the earth.
About the author
After working as a PE teacher in London, Paul started the first London supply teacher agency, LHR Education, in 1990, which soon became one of the fastest growing businesses in the UK. In 2001, Paul launched the visionary eteach.com which has evolved into a world-leading portal of school recruitment innovation, and FEjobs.com in 2004 which is now the market leading job board for further education across the UK. Today, Paul’s websites, Eteach and FEjobs have become synonymous with teacher-centric, value-driven, ground-breaking and proactive recruitment methods. Paul has a wealth of knowledge and experience of education recruitment and is passionate about using effective online strategies to optimist school recruitment.