Vacancies

South Molton Community College has an excellent team of dedicated and talented staff. It has been recently graded good under the new Ofsted framework.

In April 2017 we moved into a new school. The school is growing in popularity and this growth is likely to continue. We also believe passionately in providing a well-rounded education to our students both in and out of the classroom and are committed to supporting our staff.

The school has a strong ethos of respect and tolerance. Pupils are clear about the need to treat everyone equally. High levels of appreciation of others are evident across the school. Pupils want to learn, and they work hard in lessons. Staff have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour, and low-level disruption is rare. Teachers establish clear routines in lessons.

Dec Ofsted 2019

Application Form for Teaching AppointmentApplication Form for Non-Teaching Appointment

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff to share this commitment.
All applicants will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

Current Vacancies

Examinations Officer - Permanent

(25.64 Hours Per Week / 39 Weeks Per Annum - Term-Time Only)

Rate of pay: £12.45 – £14.02 per hour (Grade E).

We have an exciting opportunity to appoint an Examinations Officer who will be responsible for overseeing and administering all aspects of internal, mock, practical, oral and external examinations at the College.

The successful candidate will be positive, flexible, self-motivated, be confident with IT systems and have excellent organisational and administrative skills. He/she will be able to work efficiently and accurately with an eye for detail. The post holder will work closely with the school’s management, SENDCo, teachers, teaching assistants and administrators to ensure examinations of all types run smoothly and effectively.

The person appointed will be working within a successful supportive culture with plenty of opportunity to support the wider school community. Applicants must be highly professional and committed team members.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 9.30am on Friday 12th November. The date for interviews is to be confirmed.

 

Teacher of French (Modern Foreign Languages) to KS4

(Permanent, Full-Time or Part-Time)

Main or Upper Pay Scale.

Required to start as soon as possible although this is negotiable, the school is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly motivated Teacher of French who may have the ability to deliver another language too. The post holder will have a strong and confident general teaching ability and ideally be able to teach another subject which is always a bonus in a small school. Full-time hours are available and applicants seeking a part-time working pattern are also welcome to apply.

MFL is growing in popularity with students and is 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 teacher must be a highly professional and committed team member.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 9.30am on Wednesday 27th October. The date for interviews is to be confirmed.

For an informal discussion, please contact Mr D Lewis, Principal, on 01769 572129 or e-mail: recruitment@smcc.devon.sch.uk To apply, please send your completed application form to: recruitment@smcc.devon.sch.uk

 

Receptionist

Permanent - 37 Hours Per Week / 38 Weeks Per Annum (Term-Time Only)

Rate of pay: £9.81 – £10.21 per hour (Grade C).

The College is looking to appoint a talented, well-presented and enthusiastic Receptionist to deliver a first-class reception and front-of-house experience for the school and its community. The role will also involve a high level of general administration fulfilling a variety of duties across the school and the person appointed will be very organised, creative and adaptable, whilst being confident and calm working under pressure. We are looking for someone who can be a highly professional and a committed team member. This post would suit a strong administrator with a wide breadth of experience.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 9.30am on Monday 18th October 2021. We are currently expecting to hold interviews for those applicants shortlisted during the same week. To apply, please send your completed application form to: recruitment@smcc.devon.sch.uk

For an informal discussion, please contact Mr Simon Walker, Business Manager, on 01769 572129 or e-mail: recruitment@smcc.devon.sch.uk.

 

Clerk to Governors (Permanent)

200 Hours Per Year - Term-Time Only

(Hours and dates to fit needs of school and Governing Body)

Rate of pay: £10.41 – £11.50 per hour (Grade D).

The College is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced Clerk to Governors to support the Governing Body and members of the Senior Leadership Team at our very busy and successful school. The post holder will fulfil a variety of Clerk, administration and legal/regulatory advisory duties in supporting the work of our Governors and the person appointed will be highly organised, creative and adaptable, whilst being confident and calm working under pressure. We are looking for someone who can be a highly professional and committed team member. This post would suit someone with previous experience providing Clerk duties to a Governing Body or to another form of organisational Board level, although applications from strong candidates with other suitably experience would be welcome. Applicants must be able to attend and support all meetings which are usually held late afternoon and/or early evening with the occasional need to support meetings during the working day.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 9.30am on Monday 18th October 2021. We are currently expecting to hold interviews for those applicants shortlisted later the same week.

For an informal discussion, please contact Mr Simon Walker, Business Manager, on 01769 572129 or e-mail: recruitment@smcc.devon.sch.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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