POST: Midday Supervisor/Play Leader (Permanent)
GRADE: 2: (Pts 2-3) £17711 – £18065 pa pro rata, term time only.
HOURS: 7.5 hours per week. Monday-Friday, 12.00pm-1.30pm
Closing Date: 06/12/19 Interview Date: 12/12/19 Start Date: 07/01/20
We wish to appoint a Midday Supervisor/Play Leader to join our supportive, committed and talented staff team.
The role will include setting up tables for lunch and cleaning up afterwards, helping pupils with their meals, supervising and engaging with other pupils during the midday break. There is no food preparation or cooking involved in this position. You will also be required to work with all pupils at playtime encouraging play/games with others and social skills.
We can offer a supportive working environment and an enthusiastic team. You will need to have the ability to work under direction and on your own to provide general lunchtime supervisory support and be a good role model for our students. Previous experience is not essential, but the successful applicant must be prepared to undertake suitable training as required, be able to think on their feet and interact well with children.
We welcome applications from people who are committed to making a difference to children's education, can work as part of a team and also use their own initiative.
Visits to the school are welcome by prior appointment.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff, and volunteers, to share the same commitment. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Please apply using the GCC application form.. Completed application forms should be sent FAO: The Headteacher to email@example.com
A full copy of the job description and person specification can be found below
Please be advised that applications will need to be supported by two referees and be made using the Gloucestershire County Council application form – we will not accept C.V’s. If you have not heard from us by 09/12/19, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.
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