Join Us

We are passionate about technology in education, and if you feel the same, we’d love to hear from you to see if we can work together. We work with over 700 schools across all sectors, and we want the very best people to do the best for those schools.

Enthusiasm and a real passion for teaching and learning is a must – we’ll help with the rest.

We are looking for:

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Teachers – across all sectors and year bands from EYFS to As/A2 . All subjects. We can facilitate year out placement or help with a career change. Full time permanent or one year contracts. You choose.

Teaching Resource developers – teachers of all age groups who love creating engaging and powerful resources – suitable for teachers who perhaps do not want to leave current roles, it’s part time and flexible.

Technicians – helping support schools as they roll out iPads, you’ll deal with setup, wifi, practical support and ongoing help. Full time permanent, and based in schools – you’ll see a different school every single day.

We offer:

A very competitive salary, expenses, car allowance, phone allowance, flexibility. A super bunch of Apple Equipment and ongoing training goes without saying.  But most of all we offer the chance to really change the face of education, and enjoy every minute of doing it.

How to apply:

Just send us an email and tell us three things

  • How do you think the iPad impacts teaching and learning ?
  • Teachers – an example of a way you have used the iPad in class. For technicians – an example of a practical iPad problem you have seen and how you corrected it.
  • Details on your current roll and how long you have been in it.

Send the email to – we will take this as an expression of interest in a roll. We get together every month end and review those emails and then get back to you. We follow that up with a few bits of form filling, a casual interview and presentation.

Current vacancies in NI, ROI, Scotland and England.

Join a great team. Love what you do. Make huge change. That’s iTeach.

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