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Posting a call out for casual teachers to apply to be on your school list via ClassCover Jobs
Posting a call out for casual teachers to apply to be on your school list via ClassCover Jobs

Learn how to post a job ad for casual teachers

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Written by Billie
Updated over a week ago

ClassCover Jobs gives you the option to post a call out to get casual teachers to apply to be on your list to book for work.

This is another way you can build your casual relief teacher list outside of using Find New Teachers.

Once a teacher has applied, you can view their ClassCover profile and cover letter and auto add them to your list in the click of a button.

How to post a call out for casual teachers

Navigate to ClassCover Jobs on the web version of ClassCover in the top menu bar and click 'Post a Job'.

Select 'Casual' under Job Type and fill in the details for your call out.

How to add teachers who applied to your list

When teachers apply, you will be able to view them in your list of applicants. You can view teacher profiles and cover letters if the teacher has attached one.

If you want to add the teacher to your list, simply click 'Add teacher' and they will be automatically added to your booking list.

Get notified when a teacher applies for your job opening

After posting out new opportunities via ClassCover Jobs, you can choose if you want to be alerted when new applicants apply via email with the option to also choose the frequency of alerts.

How to set up notifications

On the web version of ClassCover, go to 'My Settings' and find 'Job alerts notifications'. Here you can select to receive email notifications and if you would like to receive them daily or weekly.

Who has access to ClassCover Jobs and these settings?

School users who can post jobs are restricted to Relief Teacher Administrators and general School Admin users.

Additional users do not have the option to post jobs via ClassCover Jobs.

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