Secondary school non-teaching vacancies

Please see below all our current non-teaching Secondary School vacancies:


Non-Teaching - Secondary School vacancies:


School Receptionist - St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy


Lay Chaplain - St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust


HOW TO APPLY


Please ensure you review the application pack and notes to applicants before applying.  you will need to complete the relevant application, recruitment monitoring and rehabilitation of offenders forms and return to vacancies@srscmat.co.uk

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School Receptionist

St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy

Hours: 15 hours per week (2 days), 52 weeks per year 

Grade/SCP: SRS Band 2, SCP 11 

Salary: £17,007 Full Time Equivalent

Salary: £6,894  Part Time Equivalent 

Contract: Permeant 

Location: St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy 

Sunlaws Street, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8DR

https://stphiliphoward.schoolbookings.co.uk/ 


Start Date: As soon as possible 


St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy, part of the St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and hardworking School Administrator/Receptionist to join their school. 


This exciting opportunity offers the successful applicant the chance to work in the busy school office, where school life is busy and varied with no two days being the same. 


You will be representing the school as the first point of contact to visitors, parents and pupils, and providing general, clerical, administrative support as required. 


Responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  • To undertake reception duties, answering routine telephone, face-to-face enquiries and signing in visitors. 
  • To assist with pupil first aid and welfare, looking after sick pupils, liaising with parents and staff. 
  • Assist with arrangements for school trips and events. 
  • Provide supply staff with work for their day and explain their timetable and cover work provided. 
  • Provide general clerical/admin support e.g. photocopying, filing, faxing, complete standard forms, and respond to routine correspondence. 
  • Maintain manual and computerised records / management information systems. 
  • Undertake typing, word processing and other ICT based tasks. 


Ideally the successful candidate will have experience of general clerical /administrative work, experience of working on reception or a help desk, excellent ICT skills and good communication skills. 


How to apply

For more information regarding the role, please see below attachments which includes the application pack, job description and person specification below. 

To apply, please complete a Support Staff application form, once complete please  return to vacancies@srscmat.co.uk by the closing date


Closing date: 1 st May 2019 

Interviews: W/C 6th May 2019 


Ref: SRSSPHADMIN112019 

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Lay Chaplain

St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust

Hours: 37 Hours per week, 42 weeks per year 

Grade/SCP: SRS Band 4 

Unqualified/No degree - SCP 21, Full Time Equivalent £20,541 

Actual Salary - £18,696 with term time hours 

Qualified/Degree - SCP 24, Full Time Equivalent £22,401 

Actual Salary - £20,389 with term time hours 

Contract: 1 Year Fixed Term, with the intention to review at the end of the contract 

Location: Split across St Thomas More, St Anne’s Buxton, St Mary’s New Mills, St Mary’s Marple Bridge 


Start Date: As soon as possible 


The St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi-Academy Trust seeks to appoint a full time Lay Chaplain to work across the secondary school of St Thomas More in Buxton and three local primaries St Anne’s Buxton, St Mary’s New Mills and St Mary’s Marple Bridge.


This new position is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and practicing Catholic to help guide children and young people in their Catholic faith in both a primary and secondary school context. Their time would be split as three days in St Thomas More, one day in St Anne’s Buxton, and a day a fortnight at both St Mary’s New Mills and St Mary’s Marple Bridge. 


It is the hope that the appointment of a Lay Chaplain will help empower the children and young people of the area to explore their faith more and take a leading role in shaping how this is celebrated in both the schools and local parishes. 


This is a reserved post within a Catholic school and the successful candidate would need to be a practising Catholic. The Lay Chaplain would work alongside experienced and dedicated staff in each school in animating the Religious Education, Catholic Life and Collective worship of the schools and would have regular mentor meetings with the Lead Lay Chaplain of the St Ralph Sherwin CMAT to help them flourish in their new role. 


About the St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust: 


As of 1st September 2018, we have brought together 25 schools from Derby City, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Stockport and Nottinghamshire (of which 20 are primary and 5 are secondary) to form the Trust. The St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi-Academy Trust has been formed to preserve, maintain and develop Catholic education in the areas served by its academies. We are committed to providing the highest quality of education for every child and young person we serve. 


In return, we offer excellent training and development opportunities, membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme and generous holiday allowances. 

 

How to apply


For more information regarding the role, please see below attachments which includes the application pack, job description and person specification below. 

To apply, please complete a Support Staff application form, once complete please  return to vacancies@srscmat.co.uk by the closing date


Closing date: 24th May 2019 at Midday 

Interviews: To be confirmed 

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Additional Information

The St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All posts are subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, medical check, evidence of qualifications plus verification of the right to work in the UK.


The Trust will endeavor to make any necessary reasonable adjustments to the job and the working environment to enable access to employment opportunities for disabled job applicants or continued employment for any employee who develops a disabling condition. 


You do not need to be a Catholic to work in our Trust. There are certain reserved positions, which require someone to be Catholic, i.e. CEO, Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher, Subject Leader/Head of RE and Lay Chaplain but other than that a respect for our ethos and a willingness to participate in what we do is all that is required. 


You will be required to sign a Catholic Education Service contract of employment.


Your data will be processed in line with our privacy policy and the General Data Protection Regulations (2018).

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