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We help schools find staff
The Vacancies Page on this website spells out minimum requirements.
Familiarity with curent South African educational thinking and the ability to
communicate in professional English are inherent requirements of all teaching posts.
Gr 4-7 English and Gr 4-7 Afrikaans teacher needed by school near Auckland Park Johannesburg, from 21 July and 1 Aug.
A school in Germiston South needs a Gr 6 teacher from 27 July.
An independent school near Durban needs a temporary Gr 8-11 MATHS teacher 28 July to 30 August.
An independent school in Pretoria needs a Head of Dept, Junior Phase, from Jan 2015.
Gr 5-7 RE and LO, and Gr 6 SS teacher needed by Catholic school near Jhb Zoo, from 23 July.
A teacher is needed for new-borns to age 4 and their mums, in the suburbs of Durban, from 28 July.
Gr 3 teacher needed by indep school near Norwood; 22 July - 30 November 2014.
Experienced Gr 000 teacher needed by indep school in Jhb northern suburbs from 21 July 2014.
Gr 7 ENGLISH plus NS and A&C teacher needed by school in Queenstown from 21/7 to 10/12/2014.
OPERATIONS MANAGER needed by independent school nearEmmarentia, Jhb; start asap.
TEMP Gr 10-12 ACCO and Gr 8-9 EMS teacher needed by indep school in Durban north area; start asap.
Information Systems lecturer needed by tertiary institution in Bedfordview asap.
Math Lit teacher needed by indep school in Jhb n/suburbs from May to Dec 2014.
Gr 3 teacher needed by Jhb n/suburbs school from May.
Gr 2 teacher needed by indep school two hours from Johannesburg; start April.
Gr 8-12 LIFE SCIENCE teacher needed by indep school in Germiston; start May 2014.
EMS and Gr 10-11 ACCO teacher needed by indep school in northern suburbs. Ability to coach male sport an advantage.
Gr 10-12 GEOGRAPHY teacher needed by independent school four hours from Jhb.
Gr 8-9 SS needed by state school in Jhb northern suburbs; start asap.
Gr 8-9 Technology teacher needed by state school in Jhb northern suburbs; start asap.
Indep school about 3 hrs from Jhb needs a HOD MATHS.
The items above are some of the vacancies we have worked on in the past, or are working on at present.
Helping teachers and schools connect
The Teacher Network is a recruitment agency that specialises in finding staff for schools in South Africa. We do not supply schools in other countries with South African teachers (with the occasional exception of ISASA members).
We help schools find teachers for permanent and temporary, full-time and part-time posts as well as other school staff. Most of our clients are independent schools but we also work for some state schools. We have clients in Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal and Limpopo Province.
Need a teacher?
If you are a school looking for staff, send us an e-mail, giving the information we need to help you find the right person or phone us. Please include start and (if appropriate) end date, and whether the post is full-time or part-time. You can find our fees on the Terms of Business page.
If you are a teacher looking for a new post:
e-mail us your CV. If you haven't heard from us within three weeks, please re-send it as funny things sometimes happen with email! Our VACANCIES page gives information about inherent requirements of the vacancies. The CV MAGIC page has been written especially for teachers, and you may find it helpful. NB Non-South Africans/SA Residents need work permits. We do not assist you in obtaining these unfortunately.
If you are a teacher looking for a replacement for yourelf:
print out the Terms of Business, and give them to your Principal and suggest that he/she contacts The Teacher Network.
If you really really really want to leave teaching, please send us your CV.
We also have clients in the commercial world who sometimes want to employ ex-teachers.
What does the service cost?
It costs the applicant nothing. Charging a registration fee is considered unethical by the industry's professional body, and is usually illegal in terms of The Skills and Development Act 97 of 1998 (Sub-regulation 8A & B) - unless the registration fee is less than R 1 (one Rand). The school pays a fee which is spelt out in the Terms of Business page of the website.
“Most of us end up with no more than five or six people who remember us.
Teachers have thousands of people who remember them for the rest of their lives.” (Andy Rooney)