Warning - This Vacancy is now Closed!
The Governing Body are seeking to appoint a manager for our Breakfast & Afterschool Club (Oyster Catcher’s Club). This new opportunity has arisen to work in our ‘Outstanding’ school and the successful candidate will be responsible for the development and daily management of the Breakfast & Afterschool Club, providing a safe and caring environment in line with relevant national standards and guidance, where children can enjoy a range of enriched play, learning, leisure activities and have fun at the same time.
The successful candidate will be responsible for organising a daily routine that meets the emotional, social, physical and intellectual needs of the children; building links and working in partnership with parents, carers and the wider staff team to promote the wellbeing of the children.
The position is for 18 hours a week, Monday to Friday during term time only. The hours are every afternoon between 3.00pm and 6.00pm plus two additional mornings between 7.30am and 9.00am (days to be flexible). However, there may be the need to work additional hours to cover, so being flexible is very important in this role.
As with other posts in the school, this position involves regular contact with children and staff and therefore the successful candidate needs to be able to relate well to both audiences. A sense of humour is a MUST, as well as a ‘common-sense’ approach to the job and the ability to show initiative and adapt to any situation that may arise.
Ideally, in applying for this post you will have:
You will be expected to undertake all necessary training related to this role; as and when requested by the Headteacher. In return we offer a stimulating school environment where excellent behaviour, a thirst for learning and inspirational teaching are the norm. You will work alongside other dedicated and friendly staff members and will have the opportunity to join the Local Government Pension Scheme.
Informal visits to the school are encouraged and welcomed prior to application for this position.
Whitstable & Seasalter Endowed Church of England (Aided) Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This is underpinned by robust processes and procedures that seek to maximise opportunity, minimise risk and continuously promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our workforce. All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service and check against the ISA Barred List for children. Appointed staff are also expected to follow a robust Code of Conduct in accordance with our church school’s Christian Values.
We are a Church of England Aided Junior school, situated in the heart of Whitstable. Each year we admit 48 children from our local infant feeder schools and we have six classes. Locally we are known as 'The Endowed' and we describe ourselves as an old school with a young heart.
Our children come from all sorts of different backgrounds. Our parents, friends, governors and our local churches give amazing support and this, together with the dedication of a very experienced and caring staff, make The Endowed the 'Outstanding' school that it is!
Love, Learning, Laughter
Below are documents that have been added to this vacancy.
Copyright Cantium Business Solutions 2019
Developed by Evolution