Recruit, Consult, Train
“Today’s education establishments have an ever widening variety of non-educational professional roles and requirements,” says Education Support Professionals (ESP) MD William Townsend. “Our company seeks to be the premier partner to link education professionals with the schools, academies and colleges that require additional resource.”
Now just starting its third year of trading, the company has three distinct education business disciplines:
Recruit - be it temporary or permanent staff across all areas of finance, MIS/data, office and ICT.
Consult - providing access to specialist consultancy staff, delivering a variety of projects in the areas of finance, MIS and ICT.
Train - providing trainers with knowledge of sims.net
, cmis and a variety of VLE software packages UK-wide.
“Having worked in this sector for over 10 years we have been able to develop a network of contacts which is unique,” continues William. “This means I can call upon specialists from timetablers to IT project managers, from finance consultants to data managers at very short notice. By supplying these individuals direct means the school can avoid costly charges from software suppliers or consultancy firms.”
ESP has come a long way. Within two years the company has made a name for itself. Supporting organisations including Edugeek.net
, Bett, New Schools Network, NASBM and the IAA has provided access to contacts ordinary recruitment agencies simply do not have. This gives clients a much broader shortlist of candidates. Additionally the company CRB and pre-screen its temporary workers, giving a level of safeguarding protection that complies with DFE guidelines
Recently ESP has joined the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) which helps forge closer links with educational suppliers.
“Working with most of the industry’s key MIS, VLE and educational services companies, we are providing the very best in educational sales, marketing, business development and operational staff, often on an exclusive or retained basis, such is the value of our service,” explains commercial director Ben Rose who manages the corporate side of the business. “Being part of BESA only strengthens our unique offering.”
Here are a few of the permanent roles ESP is currently working on with clients which can be found on the website; CVs can be emailed to wtownsend@esp- recruit.co.uk
quoting the accompanying reference:
Academy finance consultant, Surrey: £45-50K + car Working with a large award-winning education consultancy you will be supporting converter academies as they navigate through the financial changes they face. Please quote JLFC with your application.
SIMS data and information coordinator, Camden: £30-40K A large independent school requires a well-versed SIMS data manager to manage the day to day data flows and strategic MIS plans. Please quote WTDM1 with your application.
ICT consultant, London: £20-27K
Fast-growing ICT curriculum and administration support company requires an additional engineer for its expanding team. Please quote WTICT1 with your application.
Exams officer, London and Midlands: £25-30K Leading consortium of schools requires two exams officer able to manage and deliver all exams. Please quote WTEX with your application.
Infrastructure and projects coordinator, Herts: £35-45K Leading independent school requires a well-qualified IT professional to lead on strategic projects and enable cutting edge IT services across all campus. Please quote WTICT2 with your application.
VLE / software sales professional, North of England: up to £50K base + commission.
Working for global leader in the educational software industry. Please quote BRVLE with your application.
Business development manager, South East / London / M25 / Home Counties: £30-40k base + car + commission. A new business role selling MIS software into education. Please quote BRBDM with your application.
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