- Job role
- Education support
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, term time
36 hours per week on a term time only+ basis Monday to Friday from 7am until 3pm (this aspect is non negotiable as Cover needs to be planned for lessons starting at 8.40am).
- Contract type
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- Actual salary
£21,375 p/a, term-time only+
free parking, gym, family friendly benefits
Are you an outgoing, confident and assertive individual looking for a varied role where no two days are ever the same? Where you can take control and get the job done whilst working within a mutually supportive team? Where you leave at the end of day feeling satisfied that you have played a valuable role in contributing to the effective education of the students? If so then we have the right role for you.
Under the direction of the Data Information Systems Manager, you will manage the administration, organisation and smooth running of daily cover for staff absence. This involves maintaining the Cover Diary, arranging cover for absent teachers and relevant support staff, liaising with supply agencies, meeting and greeting new supply staff and providing support and in cases of emergency; covering classes in the absence of a teacher.
Applicants must be educated to Level 3 standard (A-level/NVQ) with GCSE’s in English and Mathematics at Grade C / 4 or above (or equivalent). Apart from this it’s the right personality that we are looking for to undertake this role. You will be a morning person (7am starts!), pro-active self-starter, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and have the ability to prioritise under pressure. Previous experience in a school environment or similar role is not essential as full training will be provided, however this would be of benefit.
This role is to work 36 hours per week on a term time only+ basis. The role requires that you work normal term times plus Professional Development days in addition to the pre-results days, and results days in August of each year (normally working the last 2 weeks). The hours of work are Monday to Friday from 7am until 3pm (this aspect is non negotiable as Cover needs to be planned for lessons starting at 8.40am). The salary of £21,375 per annum has already been pro-rata’d and therefore this is the actual salary you will receive (before tax). The position is to start as soon as possible, however we are willing to wait for the right candidate.
Visit our website and the ‘Quicklinks - Vacancies’ section of our website for more information and an application form: www.alecreedacademy.co.uk. If you prefer to talk, our HR department would love to chat: 0208 8414511.
Closing date for completed applications: Sunday 17th October 2021 at midnight.
ARA is committed to the protection and safety of our learners. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced criminal record check via the Disclosure and Barring Service prior to commencing the role.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 3 to 19
- Education phase
- Primary, Middle, Secondary, 16-19
- School size
- 1676 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 19
About Alec Reed Academy
We focus on the maintenance of a holistic education which holds at its core high expectations, developing resilience and self-discipline in preparing our students for life beyond the academy. Our pursuit of excellence is achieved through the traditional values of hard work and effort, coupled with Respect, Honesty and Kindness.
We are passionate about learning. We want our students to succeed through the use of their own individual talents and abilities whilst supporting them to develop those that they are yet to discover.
We are proud to be an all-through Academy for students aged 3-19 and an Adult Learning Centre. We are able to create a learning environment for our students that can support them throughout their learning journey. The combination of passionate and talented teaching and associate staff alongside excellent facilities creates an enviable learning environment.
Our ‘state of the art’ facilities have benefited from extensive capital funding. The most recent developments include the Arc in the primary phase and the Quad in the secondary phase. Extensive sports facilities including a Community Sports Centre are enjoyed by students and staff at the Academy and members of our wider communities alike. The Academy is fortunate in that it owns its own ‘Academy Fields’; a large section of fertile land and the perfect environment for outdoor learning.
Our aim: to be an outstanding learning community where individuals thrive. We value our partnerships with parents/carers and know that together, supported by all within our academy community, we can achieve success.