Georgia Scott
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Georgia Scott

Candidate Consultant

About Georgia

Name: Georgia Scott      

Job Title: Recruitment Consultant

Regions you cover and roles you recruit for: Northamptonshire Primary Specialist

Previous recruitment/work experience? 2 years working in recruitment, I firstly started in an admin-based role and then became a Candidate Consultant for the industrial industry.

What do you like about your recruitment? I love new challenges, keeping busy and speaking to new people every day!

What do you do outside of work? I spend a lot of time seeing friends and family, walking my two dogs (Meeko and Ziggy) and I love going to music gigs/festivals 😊

Favourite quote? ‘Do good and the good will come to you’  

In another life, I'm pretty sure I was a nurse because I love taking care of people.

If I won the lottery tomorrow, I'd start a doggy day care company. And, you know, keep working here.

If I wasn’t so good at my job, I'd probably be travelling.

If I were a superhero, my superpower would be to teleport to any place on earth with a click of my fingers!

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Early Years Teacher
Corby£30000 - £41000 per annum

Job Title: Early Years Teacher Location: Corby Start Date: September 2024 Contract Type: Permanent Are you passionate about shaping the future generation through education? Do you possess the skill...

KS2 Teacher
Kettering£30000 - £41333 per annum

KS2 Teacher Location: Kettering Start Date: September 2024 Contract Type: Permanent Job Description: Our thriving primary school in Kettering is looking for a dedicated KS2 Teacher from September. ...

KS1 Teacher
Corby£30000 - £41333 per annum

Job Title: KS1 Class Teacher Location: Corby, Northamptonshire Start Date: September 2024 Contract Type: Permanent Salary: M1-M6 (Depending on experience) Role Overview: Are you a passionate educat...

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