Menu

Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Respect Centre Manager

  • Required as soon as possible
  • Permanent contract, 32.5 hours per week
  • Term-time plus 2 weeks
  • Grade 7, SCP 26-31 (£23,398 - £27,668 pro-rata)

 

We wish to appoint a highly-skilled and experienced Higher Level Teaching Assistant to be responsible for the day to day management of Respect Centre. If appointed, you will be expected to work under an agreed system of supervision, supporting the Assistant SENCO as a part of a professional team, planning your role in lessons, preparing, differentiating, delivering, assessing, reporting and marking learning activities for individuals/groups or short term for whole classes.

The Respect Centre manager will contribute to a range of teaching, learning and pastoral activities in areas where they have expertise. They will advise and support staff in a specialist area within the school and co-ordinate the work, management and development of other Teaching Assistants. The appointee will also contribute to the assessment process for an identified group of students which will involve communication with parents and outside agencies.

It is essential that applicants possess relevant qualifications to at least NVQ3 level, have past experience of working to a very high standard with children in a classroom environment. Experience of working with and supporting pupils with challenging behaviour and management of staff would be desirable but not essential.

This is an extremely important role in a vibrant and busy secondary school, which demands a high level of professionalism and attention to detail, excellent communication and strong interpersonal skills.

 

Closing date:

Monday 26th June 2017, 12 noon

Interviews:

Week commencing Monday 3rd July 2017

 

Music, Performing Arts & Media Technician

  • Required from 4th September 2017
  • Permanent, full time contract, 37 hours per week
  • Term-time plus 4 weeks (inc. INSET days)
  • Grade 5, SCP 17-21 (£17,772 - £20,138 pro-rata)

 

The Governors wish to appoint a talented, experienced and enthusiastic person to provide support for a diverse range of music, theatre and media-related including school concerts, drama productions and community events.

The post holder will work closely with teachers and be actively involved in supporting pupils during lessons and in formal assessments. The school is seeking a candidate with a flexible approach and a keen interest in music technology, media, visual and performing arts. Experience of sound recording and music technology is essential and experience of filming / media editing and theatre lighting would be a distinct advantage.

The hours of work are primarily between 8am and 4pm, however they are extremely flexible and the post holder will be required to work different arrangements at a variety of points throughout the year, according to the needs of the school.

 

Closing date:

Monday 26th June 2017, 12 noon

Interviews:

Week commencing Monday 3rd July 2017

 

Further Application Information

Ormskirk 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 School will take all necessary steps to check the suitability of prospective employees, with a fully enhanced DBS being sought, together with a full background check.

Ormskirk School is an equal opportunities employer.