Vacancies

Anyone considering applying for a post is invited to make an appointment to visit the school. Please make sure application forms are completed in full, with no gaps in employment history, and two appropriate referees, including your current or last employer, if appropriate. We cannot consider applications which do not meet this criteria nor can we accept a curriculum vitae as application.

Application by email are acceptable by sending to tracy.riley@shamblehurst.co.uk


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Teaching Staff Vacancies

No vacancies at present

Support Staff Vacancies

All posts are Monday to Friday and may be required to work additional hours, by mutual agreement. All support staff are contracted to work 5 INSET days. Holiday cannot be taken during term time.

Early Years Classroom Assistant, Grade C Up to £17,583 pro rata 31 hpw

To start as soon as possible.

We are looking to appoint a caring, enthusiastic Early Years Classroom Assistant to work in our Foundation Stage.

The successful candidate will be a proactive team member, have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to show initiative. You will be able and prepared to help cover classes during short term teacher absence and be keen to attend training sessions as required. A sense of humour and a flexible approach are essential.

An NVQ 3 in Childcare and Education or equivalent experience is essential.

Visits to the school are warmly encouraged.

Hours:

8.30am - 11.45am and 12.45pm - 3.30pm, Monday - Friday, term-time only. The remaining 1 hour per week will be worked by mutual agreement with the EYCA and class teacher.

Closing Date / Time Interview Date (if known) Information Pack
1 June 2015, noon*12 June 2015 (date change) Covering letter
EYCA Role Profile
EYCA Job Description
Information for Candidates
Application Form

Learning Support Assistants, Level 1 (One to One Support), Grade B Up to £14,474 pro rata

To start 1 September 2015.

We are looking to appoint 2 caring and enthusiastic Learning Support Assistants to carry out one to one support, as well as offering whole class support, as required.

The successful candidates will be proactive team members, have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to show initiative.

You should have a high standard of English, both written and spoken, as well as good Maths skills. You should also be proficient in ICT. You will need strong time management, with the ability to remain on task and be able to use your own initiative appropriately.

Skills in supporting children on the autistic spectrum or knowledge of Makaton or PECS is desirable, although not essential.

We would like to hear from you if you are patient, have a sense of humour and are committed to supporting all children to achieve their best.

Visits to the school are encouraged.

Hours:

Role 1: 12.00 - 3.20pm

Role 2: 1.00 – 3.20pm* (This role could include lunchtime cover and start at 12pm if preferred)

Closing Date / Time Interview Date (if known) Information Pack
1 June 2015, noon*9 June 2015 (date change) Covering letter
LSA Level 1 Role Profile
LSA Level 1 Job Description
Information for Candidates
Application Form

Learning Support Assistant Level 2, Grade C Up to £17,583 pro rata 31 hpw

To start September 2015

We are looking for an enthusiastic and effective Learning Support Assistant who is committed to supporting children.

The successful candidate will work in Year R in 2015/2016. Experience in KS1 or KS2 is required as, in future years, the year group covered may vary to suit the changing needs of the school.

An NVQ 3 in Childcare and Education or equivalent experience is essential. A Paediatric First Aid course will need to be attended after your appointment.

You will be prepared to be a proactive team member, help cover classes during short term teacher absence and be willing to attend training sessions as required. There may be times when you are asked to work additional hours.

A sense of humour, effective communication skills and a flexible approach is essential.

Visits to the school are warmly encouraged.

Hours:

8.30am - 11.45am and 12.45pm - 3.30pm, Monday - Friday, term-time only. The remaining 1 hour per week will be worked by mutual agreement with the LSA and class teacher.

Closing Date / Time Interview Date (if known) Information Pack
1 June 2015, noon*12 June 2015 (date change) Covering letter
LSA 2 Role Profile
LSA 2 Job Description
Information for Candidates
Application Form

Supervisory Assistants Grade A £7.06 per hour 6.25hpw

We are looking to recruit 2 friendly, caring Lunchtime Supervisory Assistants who enjoy working with children. The successful candidates will need to be good time keepers, confident when dealing with pupils, good communicators, team players, calm and willing to undertake first aid training.

The role involves a variety of responsibilities, which are allocated on rotation:

  • Playground/field supervision, dining hall duties and wet break supervision in class
  • Promoting ‘Positive Play’ ensuring productive lunchtime activities for pupils, including the ability to make suggestions and involve yourself in activities
  • Ensuring that good order and discipline is maintained in accordance with the school’s agreed Behaviour Policy
  • Administering basic first aid and keeping records of accidents, liaising with other staff as necessary
  • Attending monthly team meetings outside of the lunch period
  • Attending training, where applicable
  • Assisting with ancillary duties e.g. cleaning up spillages, wiping tables etc
  • Ensuring confidentiality of dealings in school

We would like to hear from you if you are patient, have a sense of humour and are committed to supporting all children to achieve their best.

Hours:

11.50am – 1.05pm

Closing Date / Time Interview Date (if known) Information Pack
Applications Open Not known Covering letter
Supervisory Assistant Role Profile
Supervisory Assistant Job Description
Information for Candidates
Application Form

Independence Team: Roles and Responsibilities

Children have been busily applying for a variety of jobs throughout school; some in classrooms and some in the office. Children in all year groups have shown tremendous independence by:

  • Expressing an interest in a job through ‘signing up’
  • Completing an application form
  • Attending an interview



Safeguarding Children

Shamblehurst Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All successful candidates for posts working with children and vulnerable adults will be subject to relevant Disclosure and Barring (DBS) checks, references, health checks etc.

Our trained Child Protection Liaison Officers are Kathryn Gott, Sam Coote and Gail George.