Make Your Hiring Process A Textbook Example

Source Qualified Educators, Tutors, Administrators and Support Staff Using Integrated Tools

Recruit A+ Educators

With increasing competition, shrinking talent pools and varying student-teacher ratios, finding qualified educators is an increasingly difficult task. Attract top teachers, tutors and administrators with a powerful, yet easy-to-follow process for all educator hiring.

Decrease Teacher Turnover

With early education teachers experiencing 40% turnover, schools and learning centers are challenged to identify great educators looking for long-term careers. Implement a proven hiring process to identify top candidates to reduce your school’s turnover.

Verify Backgrounds 

Educating students is a big responsibility and institutions must provide a safe and productive environment for students to learn. Ensure your teachers make the grade prior extending an offer with integrated background checks and assessments.

Fill Any Role – From A to Z

The hiring process for educational centers and institutions varies and must be customized by role to ensure great hires. Screen tutors, teachers, professors or administrators with tailored interview guides and tracks for each role.

What Do Other Educators and Learning Centers Think of Hireology?

School Owners. Center Owners. Educators. Operations & HR Professionals.

 

  • “We’ve used Hireology to hire lots of staff. A short job board boost or redesign of the job description has provided a great continuous list of qualified candidates."


    Amy Gardner

    President and Owner, Sylvan Learning

  • "Having the application, resume and references all centralized, and the same process across all of our locations helps us hire better. Setup was easy enough and intuitive that it has been integrated and working well."


    Amy Gardner

    President and Owner, Sylvan Learning

  • "I manage my hiring process over email. With Hireology, I can organize each step of the hiring process and run thorough reference checks on every candidate."


    Lyndia Lawson, Tutor Doctor