- Job role
- Education support
- Computing, Design and technology, ICT
- Working pattern
- Part time
15 hours a week, Term time plus 5 staff development days
- Contract type
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £18,607 to £19,506 (SAT 4)
- Actual salary
- £6,488 to £6,801 pro rata
Permanent, Term time position plus 5 staff development days.
15 hours per week.
We are looking to appoint a Technician to join our Technology department.
The role of a technician is to work with teachers as part of a professional team to provide support to the staff and students, to ensure the smooth operation of the department.
Some key responsibilities are:
Set up resources and equipment ready for lessons;
Order and maintain supplies of materials and equipment;
Clean and undertake maintenance of equipment.
Ensure safe treatment and disposal of used materials
The successful candidate will;
Be willing to take internal and external training as directed;
Have a thorough understanding of Health and Safety procedures;
Have knowledge of appropriate use of relevant equipment and ability to communicate this knowledge to staff and students
Be able to use basic technology such as computer, photocopier, DVD etc
Applying for the job
Full details of the requirements of the post can be found in the accompanying recruitment pack. Details are also available to download from our website www.theturingschool.org.uk
If you are interested in this post, please contact Miss Gemma Sorrell-Fleet, Office Manager for an informal discussion. Gemma.firstname.lastname@example.org and 01323 465700
Completed applications should be sent to Gemma Sorrell-Fleet, Office Manager, email@example.com or by post to The Turing School, Larkspur Drive, Eastbourne BN23 8EJ Please note, we cannot accept CVs.
If you experience any difficulty in completing the application form, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01795 426091 (option 2)
In accordance with current GDPR compliance we will not keep any details / application forms on file once the position is filled.
Interview Date: 8th December 2021
Swale Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from ROA and will require an enhanced DBS disclosure
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 528 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About The Turing School
The Turing School is at its heart, a community school. We pride ourselves on knowing all of our students and families, and we work together to support and develop our young people into becoming successful, confident and happy young adults. With the right support and guidance, secondary school can be an exciting experience for young people that will equip them with the skills, abilities and qualities to succeed in life.
We have high expectations of our students regarding their academic progress, behaviour and presentation. All students deserve a positive and successful secondary school experience, and we want our young people to feel valued, supported and inspired. We are passionate about ensuring that our students become happy, confident and successful young people, whilst instilling in them a love of learning and a desire to succeed.
We are committed to equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to be successful both in education and the wider community, and as they make their transition into adulthood. One of the many things we pride ourselves on is knowing all of our students individually, which enables us to support and enhance their experiences both academically and in the development of their strong characters.
We promote a strong culture of inclusion and diversity. The school champions respect for all and challenges discrimination by providing equal opportunities for all. We are proud to offer an inclusive curriculum and bespoke pathways to ensure the most positive progress and outcomes for our pupils, whatever their needs or abilities. Each member of staff has a shared responsibility to remove any potential barriers to learning.
Our students' well-being is of the utmost importance and our curriculum provides rich opportunities for students to reflect and develop strategies to support their mental health and resilience.