Art & Technology Technician
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Start date details
28 April 2023 at 9am
24 March 2023
- View all Part timejobs - 32 hours per week 8.00am - 3.00pm Monday to Friday
Full-time equivalent salary
- Grade 3 SCP 5-6 £21,575 - £21,968
- £16,192 -£16,487
What skills and experience we're looking for
Supporting teaching and learning in the Technology and Art departments on a day to day basis as directed by the Heads of Department.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
To liaise regularly with the Heads of Department/Heads of Faculty.
General preparation of materials and assisting with the demonstration of lessons.
Ordering of resources and stock.
Maintaining an inventory and management of materials and stock, including riskassessments
Assisting teachers to support teaching and learning in the classroom including workingwith small groups of students.
Printing, scanning, photocopying and laminating and mounting pupil’s work and lessonresources.
To ensure each teaching room is tidy and clean and free from hazards.
To arrange for the regular safety inspections of all machinery and equipment.
To ensure each teaching area is locked and secure when not in use.
Basic maintenance and setting up of workshop tools and machinery.
Supporting staff in the use of ICT, including CAD/CAM.
Organise, maintain and monitor all Technology tools, machines and equipment.
Use of heat treatment facilities – brazing, welding and casting.
Reporting of faulty machinery and liaising with contractors.
Ensure laundry is washed and dried in time for the next day it is needed.
Preparing and clearing away of food demonstrations.
Preparing and clearing away of stock and equipment for lessons.
Cleaning and checking of equipment storage areas, communal areas and dry storageareas.
Restocking of consumables, ingredients, stock rotation and control.
Assisting with stock taking.
Maintaining technology related machinery.
To prepare materials for Art lessons, as requested by each member of department,including clay preparation and setting up for lessons;
Cutting and preparing materials for textiles.
To complete paperwork, research and telephone bookings necessary for arranging
Assist in completion of Risk Assessments.
What the school offers its staff
Outwood Grange Academies Trust supports colleagues by funding an extensive range of accredited training courses and apprenticeship opportunities up to Masters level. We also offer:Your starting salary with annual increments plus inflation linked increases. The starting salary within the grade advertised will be dependent upon your experience. You will also receive:
- A comprehensive induction and training process
- Automatic enrolment into an increasingly rare and valuable defined Local Government Pension Scheme with generous employer contribution rates
- Flexible family friendly policies from day one
- Enhanced occupational benefits available (such as maternity, adoption and parental leave) with no qualifying period
- Holidays: A minimum of 25 days plus bank holidays (this increases with length of service)
- A range of working patterns are available dependant upon the role
Automatic enrolment into our Employee Assistance Programme which gives you and your family members free access to:
- Specialist information on a wide range of work-life issues
- Emotional support and counselling for a wide range of personal and work issues
- Legal guidance
- Financial guidance and debt counselling
- Child and dependent care support and advice
- Support for managers
We are also a wellbeing employer with a dedicated wellbeing policy and menopause policy along with menopause champions based in our academies. Other benefits include:
- Free flu vaccinations
- Free onsite parking
- Employee discounts such as competitively priced Synergy Car Leasing
- Access to various discount sites
Outwood Grange Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All appointments are made in accordance with safer recruitment practices and the statutory guidance in Keeping Children Safe in Education. Online checks will be carried out on all shortlisted candidates, and all appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and checks regarding suitability to work with children.
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About Outwood Academy Bydales
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- View all Secondaryjobs
- School size
- 807 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
- Ofsted report
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- School website
- Outwood Academy Bydales website (opens in new tab)
- Email address
- Phone number
- 01642 474000
It is an absolute pleasure to work at our Academy. We are privileged to work in a beautiful setting, with wonderful children and staff, We are a close knit community where the traditional values of kindness, and hard work are at the heart of who we are. Our children value their education and are proud of our academy. In a learning environment where teachers are ‘masters of their craft’, Ofsted 2018, our dedicated staff are deeply committed to providing the highest quality educational experiences for all our children. We are passionate about ‘getting it right’ for our children, ensuring they are equipped with everything they need to succeed and thrive in life, we understand who our children are and seek to bring out the best in them by having the highest of expectations of each and everyone. We are a successful and oversubscribed academy where staff are passionate, optimistic and tenacious in going the extra mile for our children. Teaching staff have an unwavering desire to teach the best of what has been thought and said in their particular area of expertise and through their enthusiasm they inspire appreciation, ambition and achievement in our children. It is exciting to be part of the team at Bydales, they are a very loyal, successful, hardworking and talented team of individuals that work together in a culture of inclusivity, that is underpinned by equity and fairness. All staff are experts in their respective fields and have a continued desire to be so, they invest time and energy refining their practice. It is an absolute privilege to be part of the team at Bydales, the behaviour and attitudes of our children allow us to deliver the highest quality of education and care. Staff are obsessive about attaining the HIGHEST STANDARDS to enhance children's life chances, they work together and value the part they each play in every child’s individual learning journey. Our children learn in a climate that is safe, calm, caring, purposeful and scholarly. Our staff encourage enquiring minds and a joy of learning to ensure students thrive. Our leaders are experts in their field, they enthuse endlessly about their respective areas - day to day – passing on their passion to colleagues and students respectively. They expect the best and nothing less, leading with compassion and kindness, they are the change they want to see. Teachers feel valued and supported in their continual strive for excellent T&L. Leaders are selfless (system 5 leaders) they demonstrate personal humility and indomitable will, working towards the same goal, the Trust vision of raising standards and transforming lives. ‘Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.’ George Eliot
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