Learning Supervisor (Two Posts)
To start 01 September 2018.
Monday to Friday from 08.30-13.15 and 13.55-15.10. 30 hours per week.
Term time plus three paid training days.
The salary is within an annual salary range of £12,718 and £14,240.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work as a Learning Supervisor. Are you potentially an excellent Learning Supervisor with the highest expectations for students and colleagues? Are you driven by sharing your passion and ensuring students reach their potential? If so then we would love to hear from you.
Please read on to find out more information about Crispin and how to apply for the role. In addition, for a more comprehensive insight into Crispin and the role itself, including Job Description, Personal Specification and a letter from the Headteacher, please download the Applicant Information Pack below.
Crispin is a friendly, inclusive and highly successful school of 1030 students. It is rated as ‘good’ in all areas and many strengths were highlighted in our recent Ofsted report (October 2017). Students at Crispin achieve excellent examination results and the school has a strong reputation. We are committed to educating the whole child to ensure they enter adulthood as happy, supported young people with a love for learning. We are looking for a committed Learning Supervisor to join our highly successful team. You will have the opportunity to benefit from a detailed induction process.
Closing date for this post: 12 noon 27 June 2018.
To apply for this role simply click on the quick apply button on TES.com and complete the online application form. Your supporting statement / letter (of no more than two sides) should outline your skills and experience and how you meet the person specification.
Crispin is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This post requires a criminal background check via the disclosure procedure. The successful applicant will therefore be subject to an Enhanced DBS. This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent spoken English is an essential requirement of the role.