- Job role
- Education support
- Working pattern
- Full time
35 Hours, 40 Weeks per annum.
- Contract type
- FTE: £29,544.00 - £30,618.00. (Actual salary, £27,038.00 - £28,021.00)
It is not just our teaching staff who help us create exceptional results. Our support staff are vital to ensuring that our pupils achieve their full potential and become confident, resilient and compassionate individuals who can make a positive contribution to society. We believe that you should be supported too, with all the opportunities you need to develop your career and achieve your goals.
We are seeking a Senior Science Technician to join us. We are looking for a highly motivated, exceptional individual to take on the role of Senior Science Technician, supporting staff in the preparation of equipment for lessons, ensuring health and safety regulations are adhered to and supporting the subject leader: Science.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 1157 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 19
About The City Academy, Hackney
The City Academy, Hackney is part of the City of London Academies Trust, a multi-academy trust with schools in North, East and South London. Already the country’s best performing Trust for the new Progress 8 measure for Key Stage Four, we are driven by a clear ambition to ensure that all schools are recognised as Outstanding within three years of joining us. We combine the heritage and tradition of the Corporation of London with a genuinely innovative, enterprising and entrepreneurial ethos. We’re also committed to providing first-rate training and development to all of our staff, plus excellent career advancement opportunities within this evolving Trust.
You will be working with excellent staff in this exciting and challenging post. You need to have extremely high expectations to ensure children regardless of gender, ethnicity and religion achieve to the best of their ability. An interest in working with students with a wide range of special educational needs including emotional, social and mental health needs is essential, together with an interest in supporting second language learners. A caring, flexible and common sense approach is important.