About the role: Can you inspire our students in the subject of Design and Technology? Are you passionate about this subject area, keen to find a job where you will love what you do on a daily basis? We are looking for a Design and Technology Technician to join the academy to support the teaching and learning of students within this broad department, and to provide support and services to the staff and students in line with the academy policies and procedures. Our successful candidate will be creative and enthusiastic, and it’s an ideal role for current Post 16 students or recent school leavers who would like first-hand experience in a paid position within the D&T remit.
This is a one year fixed-term position in the first instance and the experience gained will strengthen any future University, College or job applications. The working basis of the role is 16 hours per week during Term Time. How these 16 hours are worked throughout the week is negotiable and can be discussed during the interview process.
Our successful applicant will hold an A Level or equivalent qualification in one or more Design and Technology-related subjects. You'll be an effective communicator and be able to use your initiative. A flexible ‘can do’ attitude is also essential, as is the ability to provide the very best levels of service to all employees and stakeholders in the faculty. Our successful candidate will be committed to helping students achieve to the best of their ability. You will be able to adapt to changing circumstances and embrace new ideas.
If this sounds like your dream job, apply today!
Working at Longfield Academy: Longfield Academy is a friendly and supportive working environment with innovation and collaboration at the heart of everything we do. The academy opened in September 2008, replacing Axton Chase School. Since then student outcomes have rapidly improved; in May 2018 we were judged as a 'Good' school with an 'Outstanding Sixth Form provision - a highly deserved accolade.
The school is heavily oversubscribed in Year 7 and has a large and growing Sixth Form. In recent years, Longfield Academy moved into its brand new £25m building with state of the art facilities for learning across all subject areas. Particularly innovative are its home access iPad 2 scheme and Bistro called 'The Telescope', which is open to the public every week and run by students. At the same time it has a thorough and robust approach to school improvement and is well on course to becoming a truly Outstanding school.
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Diversity at our core: As a Trust we are passionate about diversity and recognise that as individuals we all bring something unique to the role regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs or disabilities which is why we treat all of our people equally, without compromise.
The academy is committed to safeguarding children and successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check. Our commitment to safeguarding is underpinned by robust processes and checks which are in place across the Trust.