PK expands teams and office network in 2017 | PK Education

PK expands teams and office network in 2017

Supply teacher agency PK Education has gone into the new academic year with three brand new offices and seven new members of staff.
The expansion follows a record year of growth for the growing recruitment company which now boasts seven offices and a team of nearly 40 staff. Staff have been recruited across the board filling director, recruitment consultant and support positions.

New offices have been opened in Wakefield, Leicester and Manchester. Additionally, the company has relocated to larger, better located premises in Nottingham city centre. The new offices join PK Education’s existing locations in Sheffield, Birmingham, Nottingham and Newcastle.

Established in 2005 in Sheffield, PK’s rapid expansion follows increased demand from schools for high quality teachers and support staff with local knowledge and specialist skills.

Last year the company rebranded and made significant investment in its systems and processes in preparation for nationwide expansion in 2017.

New staff have been attracted by the company’s fresh approach to recruitment, which matches staff to schools based on their skills, experience and personality, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach. PK’s approach to recruitment within a crowded and dated industry, is helping it attract quality teaching staff.

Commenting on the company’s growth plans Lee Carpenter, Director of PK Education said: “The company is committed to doing things differently and this approach is paying off after a number of years in business. We place great emphasis on professionalism within PK, both of our own staff and the candidates we supply to schools. This approach is enabling us to grow significantly at a sustainable level and at a rate that we can maintain the quality and standard of our service. It’s a hugely exciting time for the entire PK team. Further expansion is on the cards.”

PK Education supplies teachers, cover supervisors and classroom assistants to primary secondary and SEN schools as well as alternative education providers including Pupil Referral Units and hospital schools.