Are you energetic and love working with children?
Then read on….
We are seeking one temporary KS2 Learning Support Assistant and Lunchtime Play Leader (combined post) (term time only) to cover a secondment until the end of the summer term.
LSA 26.25 hrs per week x 39 weeks per year
Grade C3 £18,065 FTE (£9.36 per hour)
Actual annual salary £10,974
LPL 2.5 hours per week x 38 weeks per year (0.5 hours Monday to Friday)
Grade A1 £17,364 FTE (£9.00 per hour)
Actual annual salary £979
The successful applicant will need to be suitably qualified/experienced to provide 1:1 support for children requiring learning, emotional and behaviour support and will be required to work 1:1 with children needing additional support and care during lunchtimes.
You will need to be able to work within our Christian Ethos, demonstrate excellent English and Maths skills, communicate clearly, have a good understanding of how to work with children and most essentially have a good sense of humour.
If you feel you meet this specification and would like to join our hard working and dedicated team then please download an application form/pack from our website and return to email@example.com by the closing date of Friday 31 January 2020.
Please ensure your application describes your experience, why you are interested in the post and how you feel you meet the person specification.
Proposed interview date - Tuesday 4 February 2020.
As part of our commitment to safeguarding, an enhanced DBS and other necessary safer recruitment checks will be required before you can take up this post.
Fixed term until 31 August 2020 (to start as soon as possible)
Our Lunchtime Play Leader’s work with children right across the primary age range; assisting children when eating in the hall, supervising and playing with children on the playground (all year round) and ensuring all children are safe and happy at lunchtime. This post may also require working 1:1 with children with additional needs.
You will need to be able to work within our Christian Ethos, demonstrate excellent English and communicate clearly, have a good understanding of how to work with children and most essentially have a good sense of humour.
If you feel you meet this specification and would like to join our hard working and dedicated team then please download an application form/pack from our website and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date Friday 31 January 2020.
Please ensure your application identifies your experience, why you are interested in this post and how you feel you meet the person specification.
Proposed interview date - Tuesday 4 February 2020
A full enhanced DBS and other safer recruitment checks will be required before taking up the post.
Base: St Marychurch CE Primary and Nursery School as part of St Christopher's Multi Academy Trust
Salary details: MPS 1-6 (£23,720 to £35,008 FTE)
Job term: Starting 24 February 2020, fixed term until 31 August 2020
Appointment type: Full Time Fixed Term
Closing Date: Advert closes Friday 17 January at 12 noon
Interview date: TBC
St Christopher’s Multi-Academy Trust is a family of 17 primary academies in Axminster, Beer, Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay and Tavistock/West Devon. The schools within the Trust work as a community, within communities, to provide every pupil with a high quality, principled education. To support the ongoing focus in the Torbay area on KS1, we are keen to appoint a teacher who will make a positive impact on the school and continue to improve our standards.
· A welcoming school with a strong ethos and values
· Children who are happy and motivated to learn
· An experienced, supportive and welcoming staff team who genuinely want the best for our pupils
· A strong commitment to continuing improvement and excellence
· A commitment to your professional development
The successful candidate will:
· Be happy to support the Church of England ethos of our school
· Be committed to creating challenge, excitement, creativity and independence in learning
· Be dedicated to raising standards and committed to achieving the best outcomes for all pupils
· Have excellent organisational and communication skills
· Be dynamic, resilient and hard working with a positive nature
· Be able to work as part of a team and establish positive relationships with pupils, parents, governors and staff
· Have a reflective and evaluative approach to their practice
· Be a highly effective practitioner with high expectations
This role is required from half-term in February.
Our application pack is available on the school website www.st-marychurch-primary.org.uk. Please return completed application forms by email to email@example.com.
When completing your application please address all aspects of the person specification, particularly those in relation to our distinctive Church status. Shortlisted candidates will be notified by email. Visits to the school are encouraged on Wednesday 8 January at 10.00am or Friday 10 January at 4.00pm. To arrange a visit, please contact the school office on 01803 329070.
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