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What we do
The NUT is the largest organisation representing teachers in England and Wales, the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey and in Service Children's Schools throughout the world. We have the resources and staffing to give advice, guidance and support to teachers in all aspects of their professional lives. Support directly to members is provided mainly by staff in our regional offices and by the Wales office.

As a major professional organisation, the NUT also plays a leading role in influencing education policies at national and local levels and in national negotiations relating to teachers' conditions, salaries and pensions. The Union is represented on major national education bodies and makes representations to central Government on all matters affecting teachers and schools. Policy and development work of this nature is carried out mainly at headquarters together with other central support and administrative functions.

If you are interested in working for us
All job opportunities within the NUT are advertised on this site, as well as in the local and national press. Jobs are listed under two main categories – Headquarters and Regions/Wales. Click on a heading below to view jobs being advertised. Full details of any job and an application form can be found by clicking on the highlighted links.

To apply

If you have the necessary experience and wish to apply for a vacancy:

Download and print a copy of our application form (part of the job pack), which can be completed by hand (black ink please) and returned by post to:

NUT Personnel Section
Hamilton House,
Mabledon Place,
London, WC1H 9BD.

If you have any queries call Personnel on 020 7380 4747.

The Union is committed to equality of opportunity in all its employment policies and practices.

Current NUT jobs

National organiser - Regional/London - vacancy
Commencing Salary – £46,194 p.a.
London Allowance of £4,935 will be added if applicable
Plus £924 Luncheon Allowance
The educational landscape is changing at a rapid pace with the continued growth of the government’s academies and free schools programme, the threatened expansion of Grammar Schools, along with attacks on teachers’ pay, conditions and professionalism. As a Union, working within such an environment presents us with a number of challenges, but it also provides an exciting opportunity to build a democratic, lay led union by empowering members and supporting local structures to help campaign for a better vision of education as well as improved terms and conditions for teachers.
Completed application forms must be returned to the Personnel Department, NUT, Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BD by midday on Tuesday 3 January 2017. (Please note the office will be closed for the festive period from 23 December and will re-open on Tuesday 3 January).

 

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