- £19,650 to £20,043 pro-rata (actual £14,761 to £15,056)
Technician – Food Technology, Drama and Music job summary
Technician – Food Technology, Drama and Music
32.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year
Grade 3 point 5 to 6
£19,650 to £20,043 pro-rata (actual £14,761 to £15,056)
King Edward VII School is a thriving, over-subscribed School with a diverse intake. It is a stimulating place in which to work, offering many opportunities to students and staff alike. The School enjoys an excellent reputation and sees the calibre of its staff as a key strength. King Edward VII School has two sites within the S10 area, approximately 1.5 miles apart. At King Edward VII School we offer an excellent benefits package, including a pension, a cycle to work scheme, eye test vouchers and a cash plan including therapy benefits. We also offer a full employee assistance programme (EAP).
We have a vacancy for a versatile, skilful and dedicate technician to provide high-quality support to Food Technology, Drama and Music. The main focus of this post is to provide support for the three subject areas across all Key Stages at both our Lower School and Upper School sites.
The successful candidate will have:
- a wide range of excellent practical skills
- strong organisational ability
- a genuine interest in education and young people
Food Technology, Drama and Music plays a prominent part in the life of the School and consistently achieves excellent results. The teaching accommodation is excellent – at both sites we have dedicated food rooms, drama studios and music rooms. There is effective and high quality technical and administrative support and the Faculties are well resourced.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expect all staff to show this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to complete Disclosure and Barring Service declarations in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997. All applicants are required to read the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy incorporating Self-Harm and Online Safety.
Applying for the job
Please note: Only applications on the standard Sheffield LA application form will be considered. Write a letter of application (no more than two sides of A4, in font no smaller than twelve) stating:
1. Why you are applying for the post
2. How your experience so far has prepared you for the post.
For further details please contact Tom Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Closing date: Friday 8th July 2022 – 12 noon
Interview date: Monday 18th July 2022
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