per hour (Scale 1b)
hours per week (2 hours per day) Term Time only
deadline: 12 noon Tuesday 3rd October 2023
W/C 9th October 2023 and W/C 16th October 2023
The School requires Midday Assistants to
work across the different phases. The successful candidates will support pupils
at meal times who have varying levels of understanding, mobility and self-help
skills, and may also have adapted diets.
Previous experience of working with children,
vulnerable adults or in the caring profession is essential. It is also
preferable that the successful candidate has had experience of working with children
who have special educational needs.
The successful candidate must have previous
experience of dealing with very difficult and sometimes challenging behaviours,
along with being able to demonstrate a clear commitment to working with
children who have severe learning disabilities.
The post will also require staff to carry out intimate
hygiene tasks, such as the supervision
of toileting or changing of children and young people who are not continent.
Therefore, the successful candidate must be willing to carry out personal care
with support and training
are committed to ensuring a consistent, high quality provision for our pupils
and will be looking for candidates who can offer excellent levels of
attendance. Applicants will also be expected to commit to annual training and
Please ensure that when you complete your
application form, that you ensure you
specifically write about how your skills and experience meet the essential
criteria stipulated in this advert and as detailed in the person specification
for the role.
not completed in full will not be considered for shortlisting so please ensure
you complete all relevant sections.
All applications should be made on the Trinity School application form
available from the school website on https://www.trinityschooldagenham.org.uk/Vacancies-1/ CVs
will not be accepted and should not be submitted.
Completed applications must be sent to email@example.com
Trinity School is committed to safeguarding
and promoting the welfare of our pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to
share this commitment. All
shortlisted candidates will undergo online searches and their referees contacted
prior to the interview. A criminal record check via the DBS
will be undertaken for the successful candidate.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation
of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening process, including a disclosure
check will be undertaken on all applicants.
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