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An Award Winning Umbrella Company

Orange Genie Education
The UK’s leading employer of supply teachers and education support staff

Orange Genie Education successfully employ and pay thousands of teachers on a weekly basis. We have years of experience supporting teachers and our staff pride themselves on ensuring our teacher employees are paid on time and the process is as simple as possible for them.

We understand the demands of supply teaching and we aim to make your life as simple as possible. 

Why Orange Genie Education?

As an employee of Orange Genie Education you will benefit from:

  • One continuous employment for all of your assignments 
  • Sign up within 10 minutes and easy online registration
  • Statutory employment rights such as sick pay, holiday pay and maternity/ paternity pay.
  • Simple to use online portal
  • Guaranteed pay for the work you carry out on our behalf
  • SMS alerts to let you know when your payment is on its way
  • Our helpful, experienced and enthusiastic team being just a phone call away - talk to real people
  • A workplace pension scheme you can choose to pay into
  • A childcare voucher scheme, as well as expert advice with regards to mortgages and financial planning
  • Over £700 worth of savings with Orange Genie Rewards

If you are thinking about becoming an umbrella company employee, please give us a call on 01296 468 483 or email education@orangegenie.com

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