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TEACHING VACANCY LIST






29 August 2015












This list is compiled by Worcestershire County Council, Children's Services, Staffing, Salaries and Appointments Section, P.O. Box 73, Worcester, WR5 2YA.
Phone:(01905) 766117 Fax: (01905) 766190 Website:www.worcestershire.gov.uk/wcc

Published by www.eteach.com

Primary Schools

Areley Kings, St. Bartholomew's C.E. Primary
Princess Way
Stourport
Worcester
DY13 0EL
Phone: 01299 823454
Fax: 01299 825655
Email: office@st-bartholomews.worcs.sch.uk

KS1 or KS 2 Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8744
Salary: £23764 - £34869 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 January 2016

M2 – UPS1


Applicant should:
• be an excellent classroom practitioner with a clear understanding of the provision necessary for successful teaching and learning,
• have a commitment to high expectations and the schools distinctive Christian character,
• have the ability to communicate effectively and positively with pupils and parents,
• possess commitment, skill and enthusiasm to positively contribute to the success of our school as a member of the staff team,
• be able to provide a stimulating, organised and educationally rich learning environment
• have proven expertise in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics that will bring strength to St. Bartholomew’s,

We can offer the candidate:
• a school where staff enjoy working as part of a dedicated, supportive and creative team with excellent support around managing SEN issues and behaviour,
• dedicated 10% release time with Key Stage colleagues with access to established resources,
• a commitment to professional development and career progression,
• a spacious, well decorated and well resourced classroom,
• excellent indoor learning environments including an ICT Suite and DT Kitchen,
• exciting outdoor learning environments with an outdoor classroom, a variety of wildlife areas, Forest School, an adventure play ground, allotments for all classes and a large playing field,
• a staffroom where laughter is encouraged!
We warmly welcome applications from experienced teachers and we certainly encourage visits to our school.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to shre this commitment. Appointment to this post will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (formerly known as CRB check).


Closing date: 18 September 2015 Apply now


Bretforton First
New Street
Bretforton
Evesham
WR11 7JS
Phone: 01386 830418
Fax: 01386 832406
Email: office@bretforton.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 64

Class Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8740
Salary: Main Scale
Full Time and Fixed Term Contract
Term of contract: To 31/08/16
Required From: 1 January 2016

Bretforton First School is looking for an enthusiastic, experienced full time teacher to join our school team.


We are a small village school and the successful candidate will have a key role in our journey from good to outstanding. The post will be for Class 2 (mixed Year 2 & 3).

Bretforton First School is committed to Equal Opportunities and Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Visits to our school are most welcome by appointment once school re-opens in September.

Please apply to Mrs Ayse Moseley, Headteacher.

Closing Date: Thursday 17th September 2015 (noon)

Closing date: 17 September 2015 Apply now


Fairfield First
Stourbridge Road
Fairfield
Bromsgrove
B61 9LZ
Phone: 01527 873081
Fax: 01527 873081
Email: office@fairfield.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 99

Class Teacher - Reception

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8741
Salary: Main Scale
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 January 2016

NOR: 111

Headteacher: Scott Smith

Part Time (Thursday and Friday) - 13 hours per week

The Headteacher and Governors of this highly respected school wish to appoint an excellent Reception Class Teacher to join our ‘Outstanding’ Early Years provision. Our school has a caring, friendly environment and enjoys excellent relations with our families and the wider community.

The person appointed will:

• Be an excellent classroom practitioner, offering real life learning that is both challenging and enjoyable for all.
• Be able to adapt their classroom practice to ensure effective learning both in the classroom and the outdoors.
• Be a positive role model with good communication and interpersonal skills.
• Be passionate about making a difference to all children and will understand the importance of establishing strong relationships with families, at the beginning of their school life.
• Work closely with all staff, Governors and parents to promote the school within the local community and beyond.
• Help to further develop the quality of learning and teaching in the school.

Our School offers:
• Well-behaved, polite, considerate and happy children, who enjoy learning in this well resourced environment.
• A caring and supportive staff and Governing Body, committed to ongoing school improvement.
• The opportunity to work alongside friendly and innovative staff.
• Continued Professional Development opportunities.
• The active support and involvement of our parents.

Visits to the school are welcome and recommended:

Tuesday 15th September = 9.30am
Thursday 17th September = 2pm
Friday 18th September = 9.30am
Wednesday 23rd September = 9.30am
Thursday 24th September = 4pm

Application Forms and an Information Pack are available from the school office or via the school website.

Please be aware that the school office will be closed until 3rd September.

Fairfield First School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Closing Date: 12noon – Monday 5th October 2015

Interviews will be held on: Thursday 15th October 2015


Closing date: 5 October 2015 Apply now


Hallow C E Primary
Main Road
Hallow
Worcester
WR2 6LD
Phone: 01905 640354
Fax: 01905 642870
Email: office@hallow.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 183

KS2 Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8739
Salary: £22023 - £37496 per annum
Full Time and Temporary
Required From: 1 January 2016

A vacancy exists for an excellent, highly motivated teacher to join our staff team to initially cover the maternity leave of our Year 4 teacher.


This person will also need to be someone who has proven skills in teaching across key stage 2.

We are looking for someone who:
- always puts the needs of children first
- is committed to providing the highest quality teaching and outcomes for children
- has high expectations of children’s learning, behaviour and progress
- is creative and innovative
- is enthusiastic, flexible yet well-organised
- is willing to participate fully in school life
- can work within and contribute to a team in a highly effective manner


We are a voluntary aided village school of 200 children whose ethos and principles genuinely derive from our Church foundation. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this undertaking. To find out more about us, to arrange a visit or make an application, please visit our school website.

Closing date for applications: 9am, Friday 2nd October 2015

Interviews: Wednesday 21st October 2015



Closing date: 2 October 2015 Apply now


Kidderminster, St Catherine's C E (VC) Primary School
Marlpool Lane
Kidderminster
DY11 5HP
Phone: 01562 823614
Fax: 01562 823614
Email: office@stcatherines.worcs.sch.uk

Lunchtime Supervisor (2 posts)

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS2976

Part Time and Permanent
Job description:

Salary: £1533 - £1584 per annum - 5 hrs per week

£2299 - £2377 per annum - 7.50 per week

2 new Lunchtime Supervisors are required to support and help manage the lunch hour at our popular and very friendly two form entry primary school.

Working 5 – 7.50 hours per week, Variable hours (1 hour to 1.5 hours per day - term time only).

The Lunch Team is a hardworking team of staff who supervise all aspects of the lunch break, including playtime and eating.

Application packs are available for collection from the school office at 10am on Thursday 3rd September 2015; alternatively please telephone the school office for an application pack.

All applications MUST be made on Worcestershire's official application form. CVs will not be considered.

This school is committed to safeguarding the children in its care - please make sure that all parts of the application form are completed fully and accurately. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Successful candidates must have a clear DBS check before commencing employment.

Closing date: 10am Friday 11th September 2015
Interview date: Monday 21st September 2015


Closing date: 11 September 2015 Apply now


Kidderminster, St. Mary's C E Primary School
Stoney Lane
Kidderminster
DY10 2LX
Phone: 01562 824327
Fax: 01562 753768
Email: office@stmarys.worcs.sch.uk

Deputy Headteacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8749
Salary: Leadership Scale
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 January 2016

Salary: L5-9


School Capacity: 210

The Headteacher and the Governing Body are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified Deputy Headteacher who is ready for a new challenge.

At St Mary’s, our motto “Dream, Believe, Achieve” reflects our Christian values, determination and ambitions for the future. We are a rapidly improving, inclusive and welcoming school, strengthened by our work with the local community.

To be our Deputy Headteacher you will need to be an outstanding teacher (0.5/0.7 teaching commitment) with a proven track record of good teaching across the primary age range. You will lead by example and have the inspiration and motivation to make a difference. You will work creatively, thoroughly and be solution focused. This will be a key role in the school’s Leadership Team and will be focused on achieving the highest possible standards of teaching and learning.

Could you be the next person to influence the strategic direction of our school and help us continue the journey of improvement to make a real difference for our children and families?

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure and other employment checks.

If you are interested in the post, we would be delighted to hear from you. Visits to the school are essential.

An application pack is available by emailing the school office on the above address.

Interviews will be held: Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th October 2015.

Closing date: 30 September 2015 Apply now


Cook

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS1934
Salary: £10966 - £11737 per annum
Term Time and Temporary
Term of contract: Maternity Cover
Required From: As soon as possible

30 hours per week


We are looking to recruit an excellent cook with good interpersonal skills and organisation. The cook will need to prepare and cook fresh homemade meals each day in line with school food guidelines.

The post will require the cook to follow planned menus, cook meals, clear up and be responsible for all health and safety matters associated with the school kitchen.

The successful applicant will be:-
• an excellent cook who can prepare meals from scratch using fresh ingredients.
• someone with high standards and expectations with regard to hygiene and health and safety
• someone with the willingness and ability to promote healthy eating and to develop the service. You will be required to liaise with the Headteacher, Governors and other school based staff to continue to promote a whole school approach to healthy eating.

The post is subject to a satisfactory response to a check of police records via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). St. Mary’s CE (VA) Primary School is committed to the provision of equal opportunities, diversity and promoting the safeguarding and welfare of children.
Further details and application packs are available from the school office and can be requested by email. Visits to the school are welcome, please contact the school office to arrange.

Closing Date: Tuesday 8th September 2015
Interview Date : Thursday 10th September 2015

Closing date: 8 September 2015 Apply now


Administrative Assistant

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS1929
Salary: £9687 - £10770 per annum
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

St. Mary’s CE (VA) Primary School is seeking to appoint an experienced Administrative Assistant to start work September 2015 or as soon thereafter. The post is for 30 hours a week 8.30am – 3.30pm (1 hour lunch), term time only.


We are looking for a skilled administrator preferably with front-line experience of working in a busy school environment. You will need to have excellent communication skills, be flexible, have a good sense of humour and an excellent knowledge of both Word and Excel. Knowledge of other school systems i.e. SIMS and SAP would be advantageous.


The post will cover:-
• Reception duties including telephone calls
• Attendance / registration
• General admin duties
• Providing administration support to the Headteacher and other staff members

Please see the Job Description for full role.

St. Mary’s CE (VA) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Further details and application packs are available from the school office and can be requested by email.

Visits to the school are welcome, please contact the school office to arrange.

Closing Date: 11th September 2015 at 12 noon
Interview Date : 18th September 2015


Closing date: 11 September 2015 Apply now


Malvern Parish C E Primary
Manby Road
Malvern
WR14 3BB
Phone: 01684 574084
Fax: 01684 577964
Email: office@malvernparish.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 209

Headteacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8747
Salary: Leadership Scale
Full Time and Permanent
Job description:

L15 - L21 Group 2


Effective Date: 1st January 2016 or 11th April 2016

Number on roll (NOR): 210

The governors of Malvern Parish Church of England Primary School are seeking to appoint a skilled, committed and enthusiastic Headteacher with a proven record of success, to lead a happy, dynamic and purposeful school in this beautiful part of Worcestershire.

Our children are looking for a Headteacher who:
• Will encourage their passion for learning and develop their individual talents
• Will be a visible, friendly and supportive presence around the school
• Is approachable and can understand their needs.

Our staff are looking for a Headteacher who:
• Leads by example, encourages and acts as a critical friend
• Promotes learning opportunities for pupils and colleagues in an active, reflective environment
• Inspires staff to develop their talents, recognising and developing their potential.

Our parents are looking for a Headteacher who:
• Is a passionate champion of the school in our community
• Cares about the welfare of our happy, confident and aspirational children
• Builds good relationships with parents, carers and their families.

Our Governing Body is looking for a Headteacher who:
• Is an imaginative practitioner with strategic vision
• Will maintain and build upon our high standards
• Values, promotes and develops our distinctive Christian character.

We can offer you:
• A friendly and mutually supportive partnership between governors, staff, pupils and parents
• Cheerful, well-motivated children who are a delight to lead
• A well-maintained, well-resourced and forward looking school, and a desire to build upon existing success.

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be subject to credential, employment and enhanced DBS checks.

Applications close: Monday 21st September 2015 at 5:00 pm

Interview dates: 21st and 22nd October 2015



Closing date: 21 September 2015 Apply now


Malvern Wells C E Primary
263 Wells Road
Malvern
WR14 4HF
Phone: 01684 561179
Fax: 01684 891245
Email: office@malvern-wells.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 104

Reception/Y1 Class Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8745
Salary: £11011 - £18748 per annum
Job Share and Temporary
Job description:

We are looking to appoint a highly motivated and inspirational Reception/Y1 Teacher to join our already successful teaching team.


Malvern Wells CE Primary School is a popular, mixed aged class primary school with 101 pupils on roll. The school has a strong Christian ethos and has long established links with the local Parish church.

At Malvern Wells we are excited to deliver our creative curriculum which engages and motivates our children who have a love for learning.
The role provides an excellent opportunity for a forward thinking practitioner who is passionate about the Early Years. This position would particularly suit someone who has the ability to establish a learning environment centred on the importance of play whilst developing the whole child.

We can offer you:
• Cheerful, well-motivated children who are a delight to teach
• A well-maintained, well-resourced and forward thinking school with a desire to build upon existing success
• A commitment to providing continued professional development
• A Senior Leadership Team who are passionate about our school, our children and our community.

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be subject to credential, employment and enhanced DBS and Disqualification by Association checks.

Applications Close:
Tuesday 1st September 2015 4 p.m.

Interview Date: Tuesday 15th September 2015

Starting Date: October 2015

Please Contact: Mrs Alison Earp (Headteacher) for further details.



Closing date: 1 September 2015 Apply now


Teaching Assistant Grade 1

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS1931
Salary: £4720 - £5527 per annum
Part Time and Temporary
Job description:

Salary:£5141 - 5948 per annum Hours: 15 hours per week.


Teaching Assistant Grade 1 – (Part-time, temporary)
Required September 2015

A Teaching Assistant is required to work five mornings to support a pupil in KS2. You will be expected to work closely with the class teacher and display a sensitive approach to the child’s needs. Some experience of working with SEN children of this age is essential.

Please Contact: Mrs Alison Earp (Headteacher) for further details.

Closing date for applications – Tuesday 1st September 2015
Interviews – Tuesday 8th September 2015


Closing date: 1 September 2015 Apply now


Pitmaston Primary, Worcester
Malvern Road
Worcester
WR2 4ZF
Phone: 01905 423710
Fax: 01905 429407
Email: office@pitmaston.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 598

Nursery Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8748
Salary: £22023 - £32187 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 4 January 2016

Main Scale 1-6


The Governing Body and new Headteacher are looking to appoint a highly motivated, experienced and enthusiastic Nursery teacher to work with the Foundation Stage team in our happy and successful school. This is a new role in school. We are very proud of the new Nursery building and space which opened in 2014 and are now aspiring to become an Outstanding Early Years provider.

We would like an experienced practitioner to lead the Nursery team, who is passionate and dedicated to the learning and development of young children. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate who would be joining a hardworking school that is committed to raising standards for all pupils.

We would expect the appointed person to –
• demonstrate excellent teaching skills within the Early Years.
• work closely with other staff and have good team work skills.
• effectively promote and develop the vision, aims and ethos of the school.
• have high expectations of pupils, colleagues and themselves.
• have commitment to working in partnership with parents and the community.
• have a good sense of humour, excellent people and communication skills.

In return we will offer:
• a warm, caring, supportive and positive working environment.
• well behaved, friendly and well-motivated children.
• excellent relationships with parents and other stakeholders.
• a very attractive school environment with excellent resources.
• opportunities for professional development.

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged and warmly welcomed. Please contact Mrs Sue Bladen, Business Manager, for further information ur last Ofsted inspection was in February 2013 where we were described as Good with Outstanding Behaviour and Safety.

Pitmaston Primary School is committed to promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will require an enhanced DBS disclosure and appointment will be subject to receipt of suitable references, qualifications and identity checks.

Applications close: Friday 18th September at 12 noon.
Shortlisting: Friday 18th September p.m.
Interview Date: Tuesday 29th September
Starting Date: January 2016 or earlier if possible.


Closing date: 18 September 2015 Apply now


The Coppice Primary, Wythall
Shawhurst Lane
Wythall
Birmingham
B47 5JN
Phone: 01564 826709
Fax: 01564 829597
Email: office@coppice.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 453

Year 2 Class Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8732
Salary: £13,213 - £22,498 per annum
Part Time and Temporary
Term of contract: Maternity Cover
Job description:

3 days per week


We are looking for a teacher to cover a maternity leave from Autumn half term (2015) to Spring half term (maybe longer dependent on the return date linked to maternity leave). We need a full day every Friday, but are willing to negotiate the timing of the remaining two days.
The Coppice is a Worcestershire school near the borders of Solihull and Birmingham. We are a welcoming, lively and family oriented primary school with a clear vision for the future.
If you have drive, energy and ambition why not join our team? We offer you:

• enthusiastic staff, committed to raising standards
• lovely, receptive children and supportive parents
Our key priorities:
• maintain and improve standards, moving towards achieving all-round excellence
• a strong focus on empowering children as learners
• develop the curriculum to excite and engage learners and teachers
• expand links with parents and carers by working in partnership with them

If you would like more information then please do contact the headteacher, Bill Heptinstall.
To arrange a visit please contact our office.

The Coppice Primary School is wholly committed to safeguarding our children, and, as part of this, the successful candidate will be subject to enhanced DBS checks.

Closing date: Monday 5th October 2015
If we have enough interest prior to this date we may close earlier.



Closing date: 5 October 2015 Apply now


Tibberton C E First
Plough Road
Tibberton
Droitwich
WR9 7NL
Phone: 01905 345284
Fax: 01905 345284
Email: office@tibberton.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 57

Lunchtime Supervisor

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS
Salary: £1686 - £1743 per annum
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 September 2015

Lunchtime Supervisor required asap working 5hrs 30 mins per week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday term time only. The working hours are 11.20 am to 13.10 pm each day.


We are seeking a lunchtime supervisor as detailed below:

• The role would be to set up the dining area
• Help serve hot dinners,
• Support children as necessary whilst eating their lunch.
• Supervise the children outside on the playground or inside for wet playtimes
• Clear the hall upon completion.

Ideally the candidate will be happy to be First Aid trained, food hygiene trained, manual handling trained and fire safety trained.

Excellent working environment, Transport links to the village are limited so own transport is essential.

2 written references will be requested prior to interview and an enhanced DBS Check is essential.

Tibberton C.E. First School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.

Closing date: 17th September 2015


Closing date: 17 September 2015 Apply now


Upton Snodsbury C E First
Upton Snodsbury
Worcester
WR7 4NH
Phone: 01905 381288
Email: office@upsnodsfirst.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 51

After School Club Play Leader

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS1924
Salary: £4843 - £5385 per annum
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: 7 September 2015

Hours: 15 hours per week.


After School Club Play Leader required at Upton Snodsbury C E First School to work with children of the age group 5 -9 years. Hours are initially 3pm - 5.45pm Competitive salary per hour being offered depending on qualifications and experience. 1-5 days, days can be negotiated at interview. Free Play Leader’s childcare places can be arranged. Start date is 15th September 2015 following interviews, DBS and reference checks.

The successful applicant must:
• Be flexible and creative and have the commitment to provide first class child support
• Have some training or experience of working with children 4-9 year old
• Have good organisational skills
• Have the ability to promote good practice in a happy, safe environment

Be creative in providing activities for the children

Working 3 hours daily – term time only (days negotiable)

Please send application forms directly to the School
Supporting Documentation available online

Closing Date: Monday 31st August 2015
Interview Date: Week beginning 7th September 2015

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and to supporting all staff. We expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS check prior to taking up this position


Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now



Secondary Schools

The De Montfort School
Four Pools Road
Evesham
WR11 1DQ
Phone: 01386 442060
Fax: 01386 41734
Email: kwatters@eveshamhigh.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 905

Teacher of English

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8743
Salary: Main Scale
Full Time and Permanent
Job description:

Headteacher's Name: Mr Guy Nichols


Teacher of English required from September 2015

Term time plus training days

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.

For full post details, please see our school website.

Completed e-applications should be returned to: Jayne Sampson, Business Manager.

Closing date: 31 August 2015 at 12.00pm

Interview date: tbc



Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now


Teacher of Mathematics

Job Ref: Eteach/LA8742
Salary: Main Scale
Full Time and Permanent
Job description:

Headteacher's Name: Mr Guy Nichols


Teacher of Mathematics required from September 2015.

Term time only plus training days

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.

For full post details, please see our school website.

Completed e-applications should be returned to: Jayne Sampson, Business Manager.

Closing date: 31 August 2015 at 12.00pm

Interview date: tbc



Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now



Special Education (inc. PRU)

Wyre Forest School
Habberley Road
Kidderminster
DY11 6FA
Phone: 01562 827785
Fax: 01562 824552
Email: tlb44@wfs.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 196

Sensory Integration Therapist (Occupational Therapist)

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS1925
Salary: £17,232 - £18,385 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Hours: 32:50 hours per week.


Wyre Forest School is a 3-18 year Special School catering for students with a wide range of additional needs. Our pupils include those who have severe to profound learning disabilities with additional complex needs and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. We are committed to the development of quality learning and therapeutic opportunities. We are seeking to appoint a Sensory Integration Specialist, who must be a qualified Occupational Therapist with post-graduate Sensory Integration training.

You will focus mainly on sensory modulation issues for students of all ages. You will join our multi- disciplinary team, actively working with students and supporting class teams.


This is an exciting opportunity for you to further develop your skills in Sensory Integration practice. You will be an integral part of the whole school and we are someone who is innovative, flexible and able to demonstrate a passion for the benefits that Sensory Integration can bring.

We are looking for a confident and skilled professional with excellent interpersonal and communication skills. You will have previously delivered a Sensory Integration Therapy service to students or children with a range of difficulties, including learning disabilities with associated complex needs and Autistic Spectrum Disorder.

You will:
• Provide a service to students aged 3 – 18 years
• Work collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team and class team to plan, deliver and evaluate Sensory Integration programmes
• Contribute to personalised learning approaches
• Plan strategically and contribute to school policies and procedures
• Be involved in training staff on aspects of Sensory Integration

You must be registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council and British Association for Occupational Therapists.

We will provide professional supervision and training as agreed with the successful candidate.

For more information and an application pack, please email Lyn Cole.

Visits to the school are both welcomed and encouraged by appointment.

Closing date: 11th September 2015


Closing date: 8 September 2015 Apply now



Colleges (FE/HE)

Heart of Worcestershire College
Redditch Campus
Peakman Street
Redditch
B98 8DW
Phone: 01527 570020
Fax: 01527 572900

Support 4 Success Co-ordinator

Job Ref: FEJobs/
Salary: Up to £25,421 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity to join our Learner Services Team!

Support 4 Success Co-ordinator


Up to £25,421 per annum

Worcester



Heart of Worcestershire (HoW) College is passionate about developing employability prospects by delivering a wide range of vocational, professional and technical qualifications. Located across four different campuses, Worcester, Redditch, Bromsgrove and Malvern, HoW College is a thriving organisation with a vast and diverse community of learners. Our learners and staff benefit from a range of modern facilities and some of the best employee development and training opportunities in the area.



Enhancing the learner experience through a creative and dedicated support team is at the forefront of our philosophy. This is an exciting opportunity to co-ordinate the Support 4 Success team with our Learner Services directorate, working at our Worcester campuses.

The main purpose of the role is to promote and co-ordinate responsive, high quality learning support services under the direction of the Director of Learner Services; ensure the timely allocation of support to all learners and rigorously assess the impact of services delivered; and effectively administer all aspects of additional learning support including tracking of funding streams through Spirals, compliance with audit requirements and co-ordination of specialist assessments and alternative exam arrangements.



To be considered for this role you must possess a level 2 literacy and numeracy qualification, an appropriate qualification at degree level / level 4 and have excellent IT skills, particularly in the use of databases and spreadsheets. You must have experience and understating of additional learning support and co-ordinating teams. The ability to communicate effectively and work under pressure is essential for this role.

This role is based at the Worcester Campus but may include travel to our other campuses. In return we offer a friendly, modern working environment, childcare voucher scheme, pension scheme, continued professional development and a generous holiday allowance, along with many other benefits.



Our vision is

‘To provide Worcestershire with high quality further and higher education and training.’

To do this we believe in raising students’ aspirations, self-confidence and significantly improving their employability prospects. We want our dynamic workforce to share our passion and enthusiasm. We believe in providing employers access to on the job training to develop their workforce. We are also committed to working with key stakeholders to enhance the economic prospects in the area.

As one of the largest employers in the area we pro-actively support and invest in our workforce to attack a wide range of specialist skills. We pride ourselves on our progressive and flexible approach and in our investment in our workforce, and as we enter the next phase of our growth strategy, there’s no better time to join us and to help us deliver our clear vision for the future of further and higher education.



Closing date for this post is: Thursday 3 September 2015



This College is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment.


Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now


Information, Advice & Guidance Advisor

Job Ref: FEJobs/248
Salary: Up to £19,776 per annum
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity to join our Learner Services Team.

Information, Advice and Guidance Advisor


Up to £19,776 per annum/pro rata (28 hours per week x 52 weeks)

Location – Redditch/Bromsgrove



Heart of Worcestershire (HoW) College is passionate about developing employability prospects by delivering a wide range of vocational, professional and technical qualifications. Located across four different campuses, Worcester, Redditch, Bromsgrove and Malvern,



HoW College is a thriving organisation with a vast and diverse community of learners. Our learners and staff benefit from a range of modern facilities and some of the best employee development and training opportunities in the area.



We have an exciting opportunity based at our Redditch/Bromsgrove Campus for an IAG Advisor, delivering high quality Information, Advice and Guidance, to all learners and prospective learners of the College. This will include delivery of careers education via both one-to-one interviews and group sessions.



The main purpose of the role is to provide careers information, advice and guidance on a one-to-one and group session basis across the College



You will contribute to a regional IAG group to enhance communication, improve the range of external referral links, promote the progression opportunities available within college and to share good practice.



In addition to the above you will also be committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults within the college.



To be considered for this role you must possess, a Level 2 qualification in Literacy and Numeracy and a level 4 NVQ Advice and Guidance coupled with experience of working in a guidance, education or support setting providing course and careers information, advice and guidance.



Part of the role is to establish good relationships with a diverse clients group so the ability to communicate clearly face to face and in writing is essential.



This role is based at the Redditch/Bromsgrove Campus but may include travel to our other sites. In return we offer a friendly, modern working environment, childcare voucher scheme, pension scheme, continued professional development and a generous holiday allowance, along with many other benefits.



Our vision is:

‘To provide Worcestershire with high quality further and higher education and training.’



To do this we believe in raising students’ aspirations, self-confidence and significantly improving their employability prospects. We want our dynamic workforce to share our passion and enthusiasm. We believe in providing employers access to on the job training to develop their workforce. We are also committed to working with key stakeholders to enhance the economic prospects in the area.



As one of the largest employers in the area we pro-actively support and invest in our workforce to attack a wide range of specialist skills. We pride ourselves on our progressive and flexible approach and in our investment in our workforce, and as we enter the next phase of our growth strategy, there’s no better time to join us and to help us deliver our clear vision for the future of further and higher education.



Closing date for this post is: Wednesday 3 September 2015



This College is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now


Personal Tutor

Job Ref: FEJobs/249
Salary: Up to £19,776 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity to join our Learner Services Team!

Personal Tutor


Up to £19,776 per annum

Location – Worcester


Heart of Worcestershire (HoW) College is passionate about developing employability prospects by delivering a wide range of vocational, professional and technical qualifications. Located across four different campuses, Worcester, Redditch, Bromsgrove and Malvern, HoW College is a thriving organisation with a vast and diverse community of learners. Our learners and staff benefit from a range of modern facilities and some of the best employee development and training opportunities in the area.


We have an exciting opportunity to become part of the tutorial team within Heart of Worcestershire College based in our Worcester Campus.

The purpose of the role is to act as a personal tutor for pastoral and academic matters, providing tutorial support for full time students, supervising their academic progress, setting ambitious targets and encouraging students to raise their aspirations to ensure students achieve their individual potential.

To be considered for this role you must possess a Level 2 qualification in Literacy and Numeracy. You will also need to have experience in developing and delivering programmes or support towards identified outcomes or objectives and familiarity with computer applications, particularly word processing and databases.

Part of the role is to establish good relationships with a diverse clients group so the ability to communicate clearly face to face and in writing is essential.


A guidance, youth work or teaching qualification will be a distinct advantage. You must be willing to work towards a teaching qualification.


These roles are based at our Worcester Campus but may include travel to our other sites.. In return we offer a friendly, modern working environment, childcare voucher scheme, pension scheme, continued professional development and a generous holiday allowance, along with many other benefits.


Our vision is

‘To provide Worcestershire with high quality further and higher education and training.’

To do this we believe in raising students’ aspirations, self-confidence and significantly improving their employability prospects. We want our dynamic workforce to share our passion and enthusiasm. We believe in providing employers access to on the job training to develop their workforce. We are also committed to working with key stakeholders to enhance the economic prospects in the area.

As one of the largest employers in the area we pro-actively support and invest in our workforce to attack a wide range of specialist skills. We pride ourselves on our progressive and flexible approach and in our investment in our workforce, and as we enter the next phase of our growth strategy, there’s no better time to join us and to help us deliver our clear vision for the future of further and higher education.


Closing date for this post is: Thursday 3 September 2015


This College is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now


Personal Learning Coach (Term Time Only)

Job Ref: FEJobs/250
Salary: Up to £19,776 per annum / pro
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity to join our Learner Services Team!

Personal Learning Coach (Term Time Only, 40 weeks)


£17,781 - £19,776 per annum/pro rata

Full Time and Part Time positions available


Heart of Worcestershire (HoW) College is passionate about developing employability prospects by delivering a wide range of vocational, professional and technical qualifications. Located across four different campuses, Worcester, Redditch, Bromsgrove and Malvern, HoW College is a thriving organisation with a vast and diverse community of learners. Our learners and staff benefit from a range of modern facilities and some of the best employee development and training opportunities in the area.


Based at our Worcester Campus, as a Personal Learning Coach you will enhance the learner experience through a creative and dedicated support team is at the forefront of our philosophy and has proven to have a positive impact on the success of learners. Personal Learning Coaches help learners to build the foundations for success based on learners’ individual strengths and weaknesses. This support enables learners to develop their existing skills, boost their confidence and achieve to their full potential.

To be considered for these roles you must possess a Level 2 qualification in Literacy and Numeracy and an NVQ Level 3 or equivalent. You will also need to have experience of using a database in an education or support setting, excellent communication skills and the ability to establish rapport with client groups. Part of the role is to establish good relationships with a diverse clients group so experience in this area is essential.


An NVQ 3 or 4 qualification in counselling, teaching, learning support, careers, youth work or health; counselling would be a distinct advantage, as would experience of supporting learning needs on a one to one or classroom basis.


We have a number of roles to offer either on a full time or part-time basis. The roles are based at our Worcester Campus but may include travel to our other sites. Please state if you are looking for a full time or part time position on your application. In return we offer a friendly, modern working environment, childcare voucher scheme, pension scheme, continued professional development and a generous holiday allowance, along with many other benefits.


Our vision is

‘To provide Worcestershire with high quality further and higher education and training.’

To do this we believe in raising students’ aspirations, self-confidence and significantly improving their employability prospects. We want our dynamic workforce to share our passion and enthusiasm. We believe in providing employers access to on the job training to develop their workforce. We are also committed to working with key stakeholders to enhance the economic prospects in the area.

As one of the largest employers in the area we pro-actively support and invest in our workforce to attack a wide range of specialist skills. We pride ourselves on our progressive and flexible approach and in our investment in our workforce, and as we enter the next phase of our growth strategy, there’s no better time to join us and to help us deliver our clear vision for the future of further and higher education.


Closing date for this post is: Thursday 3 September 2015.


This College is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now



Academies

Hanley Castle High School
Church End
Hanley Castle
Worcester
WR8 0BL
Phone: 01684 593241
Fax: 01684 593910
Email: amd34@hanleycastle.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 914

Cleaning Operative

Job Ref: Eteach/
Salary: £5,473 based on 16.25 hours
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

We are seeking to appoint a cleaning operative to work 16.25 hours per week, Monday to Friday, from 3.15pm.

There will be a requirement to work some additional hours during the school holiday periods.


The successful candidate will be required to carry out general cleaning duties, which will include sweeping, mopping, dusting, vacuuming, emptying bins and cleaning toilets, as well as any other ad-hoc cleaning duties as and when required. Previous experience is desirable but not essential as training will be provided.

Founded in 1326, the school provides a unique blend of academic rigour, modern facilities and traditional values. The school is heavily oversubscribed, and our Sixth Form is flourishing.

Hanley Castle High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and as such expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Further details are available on our school website (see above). Alternatively, contact Mr Andrew Isaac for further information or Miss Ann Davidson, PA to the Headteacher for an application pack.

Closing date 4.00pm,Friday, 11 September, 2015
Interviews: As soon as possible after the closing date.





Closing date: 11 September 2015 Apply now


Pershore High School
Station Road
Pershore
WR10 2BX
Phone: 01386 552471
Fax: 01386 555104
Email: vacancies@pershore.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 1231

Cover Supervisor

Job Ref: Eteach/LASS1894
Salary: £12,284 - £15,403 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Job description:

Cover Supervisor required from September 2015 working 30 hours per week, term time only plus 5 training days. Job sharing will be considered.


To supervise whole classes during the short term absence of teachers. The primary focus is on maintaining good order and keeping pupils on task. The supervisor needs to respond to questions and generally assist pupils to undertake set activities.

This post is subject to DBS clearance and exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.

Pershore High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS.

All applications must be made on the PHS application form.

No CVs please.

For an application form and further details see website, telephone or e-mail.

Closing date: 31st August 2015


Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now


Woodfield Academy
Studley Road
Redditch
B98 7HH
Phone: 01527 527081
Fax: 01527 516586
Email: admin@woodfield.worcs.sch.uk
Number on roll: 586

Clerk to the Governing Body

Job Ref: Eteach/Woodfield Academy
Salary: £798-£864 p.a.
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Minute taking at Governing Body Meetings. Legal advice to Governors. Provide effectice admin support to the GB & committees.

Main purpose of role is to:

• Provide advice to the Governing Body on governance, constitutional and procedural matters. The new regulations require governing bodies to have regard to advice from the Clerk in regards to exercising the Governing Body functions.
• Provide effective administrative support to the Governing Body and its committees.
• Ensure the Governing Body is properly constituted.
• Manage information effectively in accordance with legal requirements.
The clerk to the governing body will:
1. Main Responsibilities and Tasks

• Provide advice to the Governing Body.
• Advise the Governing Body on governance legislation and procedural matters where necessary before, during and after meetings.
• Act as the first point of contact for governors with queries on procedural matters.
• Have access to appropriate legal advice, support and guidance, and where necessary seek advice and guidance from third parties on behalf of the governing body.
• Inform the governing body of any changes to its responsibilities as a result of a change in school status or changes in the relevant legislation.
• Offer advice on best practice in governance, including on committee structures and self-evaluation.
• Ensure that statutory policies are in place, and are revised when necessary, with the assistance of staff.
• Advises on the annual calendar of governing body meetings and tasks.
• Send new governors induction materials and ensure they have access to appropriate documents, including any agreed Code of Practice.
• Contribute to the induction of governors taking on new roles, in particular chair or chair of a committee.
2. Effective administration of meetings
• With the Chair and Headteacher prepare a focused agenda for the governing body meeting and committee meeting.
• Liaise with those preparing papers to make sure they are available on time, and distribute the agenda and papers as required by legislation or other regulations.
• Ensure meetings are quorate.
• Record the attendance of governors at meetings (and any apologies – whether they have been accepted or not), and take appropriate action in relation to absences, including advising absent governors of the date of the next meeting.
• Draft minutes of governing body meetings, indicating who is responsible for any agreed action with timescales, and send drafts to the chair and (if agreed by the governing body), the Headteacher.
• Circulate the reviewed draft to all governors (members of the committee), the Headteacher (if not a governor) and other relevant body, such as the local authority/diocese/foundation/trust as agreed by the governing body and within the timescale agreed with the governing body.
• Follow-up any agreed action points with those responsible and inform the chair of progress.

3. Membership

• Advise Governors and appointing bodies in advance of the expiry of a Governor’s term of office, so elections or appointments can be organised in a timely manner;
• Chair that part of the meeting at which the chair is elected, giving procedural advice concerning conduct of this and other elections.
• Maintain a register of Governing Body pecuniary interests and ensure the record of governors’ business interests is reviewed regularly and lodged within the school.
• Ensure Disclosure and Barring (DBS) has been carried out on any governor when it is appropriate to do so.
• Maintain a record of training undertaken by members of the Governing Body.
• Maintain governor meeting attendance records and advise the chair of potential disqualification through lack of attendance.
• Advise the governing body on succession planning (of all roles, not just the chair).
4. Manage Information
• Maintain up to date records of the names, addresses and category of Governing Body members and their term of office, and inform the governing body and any relevant authorities of any changes to its membership.
• Maintain copies of current terms of reference and membership of any committees and working parties and any nominated governors e.g. Child-protection, SEND.
• Maintain a record of signed minutes of meetings in school, and ensure copies are sent to relevant bodies on request and are published as agreed at meetings.
• Maintain records of Governing Body correspondence.
• Ensure copies of statutory policies and other school documents approved by the governing body are kept in the school and published as agreed, for example, on the website.
5. Personal Development
• Undertake appropriate and regular training and development to maintain his/her knowledge and improve practice.
• Keep up-to-date with current educational developments and legislation affecting school governance.
• Participate in regular performance management.
6. Additional Services
The clerk may be asked to undertake the following additional duties:
• Clerk any statutory appeal committees/panels the governing body is required to convene: if the clerk is not contracted to set up and clerk these panels, the governing body will have to make an alternative arrangement.
• Assist with the elections of parent and staff governors.
• Participate in, and contribute to the training of governors in areas appropriate to the clerking role.
• Maintain a file of relevant Department for Education (DfE) and other appropriate bodies guidance documents.
• Maintain archived materials.
• Prepare briefing papers for the governing body, as necessary.
• Conduct skills audits and advise on training requirements and the criteria for appointing new governors relevant to vacancies.
• Conduct skills audits and advise on training requirements and the criteria for appointing new governors relevant to vacancies.
• Maintain Governor Safeguarding log.
• Perform such other tasks as may be determined by the governing body from time to time



Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now


Data / Assessment Manager

Job Ref: Eteach/Data Manager
Salary: £17,333 - £19317 pro rata
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

To be responsible for a range of assessment data across the academy.

Job Description


Post: Data / Assessment Manager

Responsible to: Deputy for Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Liaising with: Senior Leadership Team, external bodies, staff, parents

Working Time: 32.50 hours per week

Grade/salary: Scale 4, Point 18-21. £17,333 - £19317 pro rata

Disclosure level: enhanced

Objectives: To be responsible for the efficient and effective running of the administration of all internal and external examinations within the Academy, including liaising with SLT, staff, parents and examination boards. In addition to be responsible for the analysis of a range of data across the Academy.

Duties (specific)

• Manage the production, presentation of assessments as required by the school and external bodies (statutory requirements).
• Work with the SLT to develop and manage the assessment recording process to ensure they work effectively for the school
• Create and manage importing/exporting of data
• Be involved in target setting and analysis using FFT – aspire, including adding in additional information on pupils
• Responsible for the overall smooth running of external examinations, ensuring that all related administration and preparation is undertaken
• Return all assessment information and analysis to external bodies when required. (To include registering pupils, ordering tests, additional requirement applications, declaration and tables checking)
• Liaise with staff regarding pupil examination entries
• Create and maintain all SIMS mark sheets for recording of performance indicators, producing required analysis
• Create and maintain staff systems of tracking performance indicators
• Produce analysis required by SLT of all pupils and groups
• Collate assessment information for all performance measures – national recognised assessments, producing analysis of results and any further documents related as requested by SLT
• Be responsible for SIMS assessment
• Create all SIMS mark sheets
• Produce all reports for parents termly on assessment
• Compile termly and EoY analysis in conjunction with SLT
• Create information/case studies as requested by SLT for Raise online, and be involved with analysis.
• Manage/overview SIMS learning gateway – liaise with parents passwords/user names
• Be responsible for publicity of gateway to parents
• Produce termly (Venn diagram) information on school groups for SLT and Governors
• Produce assessment information, when required, for HoD
• Produce all documents needed for implementation of Intervention Programmes
• Assist in the identification of pupils for intervention, liaising with staff and parents
• Produce any analysis documentation requested by line manager
• Work with SLT to develop and manage the assessment recording processes and ensure they work effectively for the school and all stakeholders
• Produce any documents related to Teaching, Learning and Assessment as directed by line manager, such as letters, timetables, write ups/evaluations, leaflets and general administration for T&L and curriculum.

All staff

• Comply with the requirements of Data Protection and other legislation specifically relating to personnel records.
• Contribute towards the priorities identified in School Improvement Plan
• Initiate and manage relevant improvement processes to support the continuous development of staff and Academy
• To participate in appropriate staff meetings, training sessions, including INSET, when required and other meetings as requested by SLT
• Seek win-win solutions
• Be a positive voice for the Academy in the community
• Comply with safeguarding policies within school and Staff Code of Conduct

Health & Safety

• Comply with all statutory requirement in relation to Health & Safety and be aware of the Academy’s Health & Safety policy
• Be aware of the responsibility for personal health, safety and welfare and that of others who may be affected by your actions or inactions
• Co-operate with the employer on all issues to do with Health, Safety and Welfare

Continuing Professional Learning

• Actively engage and seek opportunities to improve your own professional learning
• Share strategies for success with others, adopting an “open Academy” approach to practice
• Undertake professional development necessary as identified in School Improvement Plan, performance management reviews or as a result of developments

In addition to the duties specified you may be asked to undertake any other duties which may reasonably be regarded as within the nature of the duties and responsibilities/grade of the post as defined, subject to the proviso that normally any changes of a permanent nature should be incorporated into the job description in specific cases.

The job description may be subject to amendment or modification, should circumstances change, and any changes will be discussed with you in the first instance. Should a disagreement arise, you will be afforded the opportunity of a meeting to resolve the matter with the Principal who may involve Governors.



Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now


Receptionist with First Aid Responsibility

Job Ref: Eteach/Receptionist
Salary: Actual salary £11,587-£12,565
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

To be responsible for all front office duties, dealing with stakeholders and to include responsibility for first aid.

Job Description – Receptionist with First Aid Responsibility


Woodfield Academy
Scale 2, Point 10-13.
35 hours per week 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. term time only.

? Answer the phone in a pleasant, informed manner for the purpose of providing information and creating a good image of the school.
? Manage the telephone message system, ensuring messages are being passed on effectively.
? Greet all incoming students, families and guests respectfully and professionally.
? Assists in all aspects of maintaining a professional front office, including but not limited to, fielding and directing incoming phone calls to the appropriate staff member in a timely, professional manner, filing and copying and faxing of sensitive information.
? Understands, accepts, and abides by the School’s philosophy and mission statement in all his/her school activities.
? Develops a positive, welcoming and caring climate in the Front Office.
? Consistently exhibits high standards of professional conduct.
? Effectively performs all other duties as assigned by Head Teacher / School Business Manager or other office staff.
? Arrives punctually, prepared for each school day, and maintains regular attendance.
? Provides for children’s personal needs such as attending to those who are sick or hurt; administering medications as prescribed by a physician in accordance with training and authorisation.
? Contact parents where necessary for pupils to be collected and for other data / information.
? Responsible for maintaining stock levels for first aid supplies, signing in sheets and documents.
? Maintain monthly first aid log for visitors.
? Responsible for the signing in of visitors and contractors in line with H&S and site regulations including the management of asbestos.
? To send out STAR pupil postcards to parents.
? To maintain the petty cash register for lunch money and to seek reimbursement from parents.
? Take minutes of the staff briefing sessions on Monday / Thursday afternoons.
? To maintain and update the school’s on-line calendar and deal with hall bookings.
? To understand and advise on the school’s Parent Mail and Parent Pay systems.
? Requires good clerical skills and knowledge of office practices and procedures that involve the operation of standard office equipment such as personal computer, copier, fax, and associated equipment.
? Assists students and others with routine problems and will refer non-routine items to a line manager.
? Works with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy in dealing with others, and the ability to work cooperatively as part of a team.
? May be assigned to work in other areas of the school as the need arises.
? Receives and distributes incoming mail, materials and supplies following established procedures.
? Sorts and stamps out-going correspondence, addresses envelopes and packages, and prepares printed matter and other material and takes to the post box / office.
? Obtaining quotations for trips / coaches / diaries as requested by staff / line manager.
? Able to read, comprehend and apply job-related written material and make decisions in accordance with applicable school system policies and procedures.
? Able to perform arithmetical calculations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions and decimals).
? Able to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
? Able to establish and maintain satisfactory working relationships with other employees, children, and the general public.
? Able to write legibly.
? Able to honour confidential information and procedures.




Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now



Sixth Forms

Worcester Sixth Form College
Spetchley Road
Worcester
WR5 2LU
Phone: 01905 362600
Fax: 01905 362633
Email: enquiries@wsfc.ac.uk
Number on roll: 1650

Catering Assistant

Job Ref: FEJobs/
Salary: £3,138
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: 14 September 2015

The College is seeking a reliable person to assist with food preparation, serving and clearing in the Cafeteria.

The College is seeking a reliable person to assist with food preparation, serving and clearing in the completely refurbished and extended cafeteria. The busy contemporary cafeteria has a mezzanine floor with spiral staircases and is used by students throughout the day for breakfast, lunch and snacks.


Hours of work - Monday to Friday, 12.00 noon to 3.00 pm.
Part-time, 15 hours per week during the autumn and spring terms, term-time only.

Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now


Learning Support Assistants

Job Ref: FEJobs/
Salary: £12,905 (Level 1)
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

The College is seeking both permanent and temporary Level 1 and Level 2 Learning Support Assistants.

The College is seeking both permanent and temporary, full time, caring and committed Learning Support Assistants, at both Level 1 and 2, with the ability to support students with a range of disabilities and learning needs. Applicants will need to be qualified to level 3 (A level or equivalent), with the ability to scribe for that level.


The College employs a team of Learning Support Assistants and Specialists at 3 levels to help students with a range of disabilities or learning needs. They carry out a variety of roles as detailed both in the job description and in the more detailed list of ‘roles and responsibilities’. Their work is managed by the Learning Support Manager.


Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now


Learning Support Assistants

Job Ref: FEJobs/
Salary: £12,905 (Level 1)
Term Time and Temporary
Required From: As soon as possible

The College is seeking both permanent and temporary Level 1 and Level 2 Learning Support Assistants.

The College is seeking both permanent and temporary, full time, caring and committed Learning Support Assistants, at both Level 1 and 2, with the ability to support students with a range of disabilities and learning needs. Applicants will need to be qualified to level 3 (A level or equivalent), with the ability to scribe for that level.


The College employs a team of Learning Support Assistants and Specialists at 3 levels to help students with a range of disabilities or learning needs. They carry out a variety of roles as detailed both in the job description and in the more detailed list of ‘roles and responsibilities’. Their work is managed by the Learning Support Manager.


Closing date: 3 September 2015 Apply now



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