Welcome to your career at The Supply Register — a career that fits your calling.

Careers at The Supply Register open doors

Problem solvers and creative recruiters. Project managers and new business builders. Put your talents to use where opportunities are limitless, and every day makes a difference.

Whether you’re an experienced recruitment or education professional or a recent graduate, working with The Supply Register could be a challenging and rewarding next step in your career.

Careers at The Supply Register

Exciting work that makes a difference

What awaits you at The Supply Register? The opportunity to be at your best by working on meaningful projects and partnerships with a team of colleagues and clients.

Whether your interests lie in delivering to clients, expanding our solution across their school, academy or MAT or supporting The Supply Register’s operations, every individual at The Supply Register plays an important role in our collective success.

As well as serving clients, we also draw on our knowledge and experience to make a difference to the communities in which we live and work.

The key to our client service is a combination of our people, rigorous problem solving, education industry and functional expertise, and the tools to support execution and make change happen.

Meet some of our people

“I chose The Supply Register because I was inspired by how interesting the experience was going to be.”

Anthony O’Sulivan
IT Services Manager
Central Operations

Anthony came to The Supply Register after spending more than 9 years in the public sector, working in information technology and software development. He started on the support services track, but has spent the last year on a rotation as an IT operations knowledge expert focusing on internal operations and customer experience.

One of the highlights of working at The Supply Register is the level of support we get from one another. It couldn’t be more different from the stereotypical view of resourcing.

Now that I’m here, mutual support is a major part of my role. I also coach other users who have just joined and am expected to help them find their feet, and since it isn’t long since I was a new recruit myself, it’s not hard to put myself in their shoes.

“People are at the centre of everything The Supply Register is about. Their well-being is important to me”

Pindi Sembhi
Partnership Executive

Having completed both her BA Hons in Business and HR Management and an MEd in Educational Leadership and Administration at Staffordshire University Melissa went onto spending some time as a Cover Supervisor in Stoke-on-Trent secondary schools. This experience provided valuable insight into recruitment.
Being a Cover Supervisor allowed me to understand the workings of the education recruitment space but opportunities to gain the experience as a recruitment consultant were scarce. A global leader of talent solutions in my local area that provides technology-driven services was my opportunity to gain experience in RPO and the contingent labour market.
Coming to The Supply Register has given me the opportunity to combine my education and experience to date to be part of what is a perfect storm in education recruitment.

“One of the most special things about working at The Supply Register is that we’re a non hierarchical organisation.
The most junior people on a team are encouraged to voice their opinions, ask questions, and suggest solutions and everyone is expected to actively contribute to the overall success of our service.”

David Gower
Partnership Manager

Tom pursued his career in recruitment after completing her studies and joined The Supply Register as a Consultant in 2016. Having succeeded in client engagement Sarah now leads partnership relations with some of our early-stage adopters of The Supply Register solution.

I wanted to be exposed to many different areas of business, so when I joined The Supply Register as a Consultant and saw the range of solutions we had to offer, I felt like a kid in a sweetshop. I’ve been here for two years now but even in my first project I had a client relationship that was mine to manage and the onus was on me to take control.

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