5 days remaining to apply

  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    3 December 2021 at 5:00pm

  • Date listed

    18 November 2021

Job details

Job role
Education support
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
Subjects
Art and design, Design and technology
Working pattern
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Salary
£18, 500 (FTE)

Job summary

Areas of Responsibility and Key Tasks

To maintain equipment and materials in the Art and Design and Technology

To manage the storage of materials, equipment and student work

To prepare specialist materials and equipment for use in lessons

To support in lessons when required

To assist with reprographics and ICT administration

To be responsible for Art and Design and Technology departmental displays and the preparation, mounting and installation of student work around the school

To be responsible for all ordering under the guidance of the DoL

To complete documentation and maintain computerised/manual records associated with equipment and training within the Art and Design and Technology department

To check incoming deliveries, to unpack and distribute as necessary

To review the inventories of resources

To carry out regular safety checks of all Design and Technology, and Art based equipment, recording faults and action taken in liaison with Health and Safety advisor

To keep up to date with Health and Safety regulations and with developments in practical Art and Design and Technology

Applying for the job

To apply, please

use the quick apply function on the TES website; https://www.tes.com

or via our school website; https://www.rugbyfreesecondary.co.uk/job-board

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Supporting documents

If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.

School overview

School type
Free School, ages 11 to 19
Education phase
Secondary
School size
853 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 19
Contact phone number
01788222060

About Rugby Free Secondary School

We are at the start of a very exciting journey and have worked extremely hard over the last year to create a culture of high expectations across the school, supported every step of the way by our Trust. This has been achieved through the development of strong and positive relationships with staff, students, parents and carers. Our reflective approach means we are always striving to improve in all we do and believe that mistakes are only an opportunity to learn.

Taking a broad holistic approach, we identify the barriers to learning that are likely to affect our students and work relentlessly to address them.

Our aim is for all students in our care to have the capacity to achieve their full potential and for our curriculum to nurture and develop each child’s hidden talents throughout their time at RFSS.

It is an exciting time to be working part of the RFSS family and as part of our trust Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow. RFSS opened in 2016, we relocated to our brand-new purpose-built facility in February 2020 and secured ‘Good’ in our most recent Ofsted inspection (July,2021)

The road hasn’t been smooth, but it is a school committed to providing success for all its students and providing a workplace that supports its staff to ensure they are able to work to the best of their ability for our students every day.

You won’t find teachers and staff anywhere else who are as committed to a school’s purpose and supporting its success. Relationships are at the heart of RFSS and underpin our new core values and we are always looking for dedicated staff who share our ethos and demonstrate our values.

Please find below link to our website with the latest Ofsted report when we were graded as ‘Good’.

https://www.rugbyfreesecondary.co.uk/ofsted


Our Values are:

Kindness – The quality of friendliness, generosity, consideration, honesty

Collaboration – The belief that working and learning with others will lead to greater success

Curiosity – A strong desire to know and to learn

Resilience - The ability to recover quickly and learn from the difficulties we face

Respect - To appreciate the importance of understanding and admiration for others and self

Endeavour - The belief that hard work is needed to achieve something we can be proud of

Arranging a visit to Rugby Free Secondary School

To arrange a visit to school or for an informal discussion with the Director of Learning, please call Baljit Mander, Operations Manager, on 01788 222060 or email;

baljit.mander@rugbyfreesecondary.co.uk

School location

Anderson Avenue, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 5PE

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