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(Full-Time or Part-Time)
Main or Upper Pay Scale. This post also attracts a TLR2
This post will be temporary in the first instance until 31st August 2020
The school is looking to appoint an exceptional lead teacher who is enthusiastic and highly motivated to manage the Performing Arts section (the subjects of Drama and Music) at South Molton Community College. The post holder will also have a strong and confident general teaching ability. The Performing Arts are increasingly popular with students and an area which the College wishes to develop further. The person appointed would thus be working within a successful supportive culture with plenty of opportunity to support the wider school community. This Head of Department/Subject must be a highly professional and committed team member.
There will be additional remuneration through a Teaching & Learning responsibility (TLR) payment.
To apply, we require a letter (or e-mail) describing why you would be suitable for the role and what you could offer to the post. No more than 1 side of A4 (font 12) to Simon Walker, Business Manager by 9.30am Friday 1st March. Arrangements for the selection process will be advised once short listing has been completed.
Exam Invigilators (Casual)
Casual, Part-Time Hours
Rate of pay: £8.82 per hour (Grade B).
We are seeking to appoint and train a number of additional Exam Invigilators to work alongside our existing team who will be required to support the schools Examination Staff during the busy mock and summer GCSE exam periods which take place throughout the academic year and particularly during the summer term.
The role will involve working with pupils, teaching staff and other invigilators; The ability to work as part of a team is essential; Full training will be provided and refresher sessions when necessary;
You will be required to have a DBS safeguarding check.
Exam Invigilators ensure proper conduct of exams in accordance with the guidelines of each exam board, in addition to School policies and procedures. This role is vital in helping organise students at the start and end of each exam and to ensure all incidents/disturbances during the exam are dealt with immediately. The Invigilator will also be responsible for checking that the exam room is adequately set up and has the relevant stationery available for the exam, preparing and clearing the room and completion of any relevant paperwork. This could take up to an hour before and/or after completion of each examination. Exam Invigilators must remain vigilant at all times and routinely patrol the exam room to minimise the risk of exam malpractice.
If you would like to help make a difference to the life chances of young people and you are reliable, punctual, flexible, accurate, a confident communicator able to work under pressure we would welcome an application from you.
If you would like to have an informal discussion about this vacancy please contact Mrs Shelley Kiff on 01769 572129 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply please return your completed application form to email@example.com