SENIOR MIDDAY SUPERVISOR
Term time only, permanent, 5 hours per week
12:40 – 13:40 Mon to Thu / 12:00 – 13:00 Fri
Salary £18.00 per hour
Plus contributory pension scheme
Term time only, permanent, 71/3 hours per week
12:30 – 14:00 Mon to Thu / 11:55 – 13:15 Fri
Salary £12.00 per hour
Plus contributory pension scheme
Gordano is an equal opportunities employer
Gordano School is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic part-time Senior Midday Supervisor and Midday Supervisor to help support effective and positive management of school lunchtimes in the dining hall, canteen, or other areas of the school as required. These are pivotal roles for the school and relies on an organised, dedicated team of lunchtime supervisors to ensure the wellbeing of students.
Successful applicants will have previous experience of working in a team, ideally in a secondary aged school or young “person-centred” environment and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills with people at all levels and from a variety of backgrounds. You will need to be assertive, proactive, have an ability to think using your own initiative, have good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines.
Gordano School, which is part of the Lighthouse Schools Partnership multi-academy trust, offers a contributory pension scheme, a comprehensive employee assistance programme and benefits (offering discounts on shopping), child care vouchers, cycle to work scheme and on-site parking. As a Teaching School we also offer support to staff looking for career progression.
Applications should be submitted by covering letter and application form (curriculum vitae optional) addressed to the Mr Tom Inman (Headteacher) by 5 p.m. on 25 February 2019
Interviews will take place on Friday 1 March 2019
Gordano School is a large and highly successful 11-18 comprehensive secondary school approximately eight miles outside Bristol. We are very proud to be the sole secondary school serving the thriving town of Portishead, and benefit greatly from being a central part of our community.
We view education as something bigger than just academic achievement. We are proud of our considerable academic success, but believe that an education should be about preparing young people for their future lives in a complete sense. As well as consistently positive Progress 8 and Level 3 Value Added outcomes at GCSE and A Level respectively we place great emphasis on student leadership, an unparalleled extra-curricular programme and student progression to their next steps in a wide range of academic or vocational routes.
We value our membership of the Lighthouse Schools Partnership, the North Somerset Teaching Alliance and our role as a Teaching School in delivering high quality support and development for colleagues, both new to the profession and more established. Our size allows regular opportunities for progression into leadership roles.
We were judged Outstanding in all categories in our last Ofsted inspection in 2012, but, just as importantly, seek to be a very happy school for our students and staff.
Gordano School supports Equal Opportunities Employment.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS checks are required for all successful applicants.