Amanda is excited to join the Envision Education Team as Sales Team Manager, having worked both as a Foreign languages teacher for 3 years and for 20 years in Education recruitment. She is passionate about Education and loves seeking out the best possible position for candidates where they can fulfil their goals and career aspirations.
Amanda has placed many teachers and teaching assistants in schools over the years who have then been promoted and returned to her to help them find their next move. As an ex-languages teacher she also understands the pressures as well as the joys of working in the classroom.
With Envision Education, Amanda is looking forward to working with the team to support more candidates in matching them to the right schools. She is also looking forward to getting to know the schools we work with. Her aim is to further develop our market share, furthering Envision Education’s mission to help more schools solve their staffing shortages in the Home Counties and across London.
Amanda will be focusing on Buckinghamshire herself, covering vacancies in special schools, secondary schools and primary schools. So if you are in need of a member of staff (teachers, teaching assistants, admin staff) at your school, do not hesitate to get in touch with Amanda on 0203 771 1138 or email her at email@example.com.
When she’s not at work, Amanda has three children who keep her busy with their day to day activities of dance and sport! She can often be found by the side of a rugby or football pitch shouting helpful (sometimes not so helpful!) comments to her sons. To relax, she enjoys running, watching a good film or TV series, and going out with friends.
Q & A
Croissants and chocolate cake
Favourite movie/TV show
Stranger Things / Happy Valley
Favourite countries visited
Most parts of France - French Riviera is the best!
Amanda is a fan of the ballet and has been lucky enough to see The Royal Ballet in rehearsals for Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House
Not cooking and eating out
Her kids remembering something important they needed for school the next day at 10pm at night! Then running to Tesco to try to find last minute item, invariably for food tech or a cake stall