Thank you for visiting the School Vacancies page and your interest in working at our “Outstanding” school.
About the School
Archbishop Blanch Church of England High School for girls in year 7-11, with a mixed sixth form, is at an very exciting stage in its development. Judged to be “Outstanding” in February 2020, behaviour is described as “impeccable”, while the school’s core values were seen as critical to the success of students. Across the board, the curriculum is ambitious and students achieve excellent results in external examinations. The number on roll at Archbishop Blanch is increasing and the school is heavily oversubscribed. We have state of the art facilities, an impressive staff development programme and a highly motivated student body to offer to the successful candidate. As a faith based school, we have an “Outstanding” SIAMS report and we have recently had a Keeping in Touch visit.
There are currently no teaching staff vacancies.
Support Staff Vacancies
SIXTH FORM STUDY SUPERVISOR/ADMIN ASSISTANT to start as soon as possible
About the Role
As Study Supervisor, you will support all Sixth Form students in their study sessions whilst engaging with the students to promote positive values, attitudes and good student behaviour. You will liaise with Heads of Department for subject specific advice and support. You will be responsible for the organisation, study room maintenance, setting out, clearing away and care of resources to create a purposeful and attractive room study environment. You will monitor the attendance of Sixth Form students at lessons and Study Room.
As Admin Assistant, you will complete administrative tasks associated with the sixth form and CEIAG events assisting the progress leaders, pastoral leader and Head of Sixth Form.
Personal Qualities, including experience & qualifications
The ideal candidate will have effective communication skills and be able to build positive relationships with students and staff. You will have a proficient working knowledge of IT packages such as Excel, Office, Word etc. Previous experience of working within an education setting would be an advantage but is not essential.
How to Apply
You can download application form and job profile information are listed below. Completed applications should be returned to email@example.com by 9am on Friday 3 February 2023. Interviews will take place w/c 6 February.
VACANCY FOR EXAMINATION INVIGILATORS (CASUAL)
NJC2 £11 PER HOUR (GENERAL INVIGILATOR) NJC3 £13 (LEAD INVIGILATOR)
About the Role
We are looking to appoint an exceptional team of Examination Invigilators to start in May 2023. You will play a key role in the delivery of examination processes and procedures from start to finish.
The primary purpose of an invigilator is to supervise pupils undertaking school examinations in accordance with legal and school requirements. Good spoken and written English is essential as you may on occasion be required to act as readers or scribes for students requiring additional support.
You will be working with an experienced team and will receive full training in accordance with JCQ exam regulations to enable you to carry out the role effectively.
The role of the invigilator requires standing and occasional walking to be able to oversee the candidates. The work is paid on an hourly basis and you will be required for a series of sessions consisting of mornings, afternoons or all day sessions. You will need to be available from 8.15am for morning sessions and from 12.30pm for afternoon sessions. Successful applicants will require a DBS Enhanced level check.
How to Apply
Completed applications should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 noon on Friday 3 February 2023. Interview date to be confirmed.