Are you passionate about helping young people fulfil their potential in Science? Do you want to work in a supportive and rewarding environment?
Deanery C.E. High School & 6th Form College requires a Junior Science Technician to join our Science team, working 37 hours per week, term-time + 2 weeks.
Required as soon as possible: We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Junior Science Technician to work in our modern and friendly Science department. The successful candidate will work under the direction of the Senior Science Technician, to support the delivery of high quality teaching and learning and provide technical assistance.
What are we looking for in you? The Junior Science Technician would be expected to support the organisation, delivery and development of technical services to the Science Faculty in order to support the teaching of a range of science subjects.
Our ideal candidate will:
• have the highest of expectations and aspirations for themselves.
• be keen to embrace the role in order to support students.
Responsibilities will include:
• Preparation and set up of teaching aids, equipment and materials ready for use.
• Safe storage and disposal of all equipment and materials, as well as ensuring that hygiene and health and safety standards are maintained.
In return we can offer:
• A vibrant, hardworking and committed staff
• Well motivated pupils and supportive parents
• A distinctive Christian ethos
• A brand new school building completed September 2017
Applications are invited from candidates able to uphold the Christian ethos of the school. The post is covered by the Protection of Children Act and is therefore subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Completed applications should be returned to: Mrs Tracy Wogan, HR & Admin Manager
T: 01942 597501 E: email@example.com.
Closing date: Tuesday 17th April (3pm)
o The progress made by the majority of pupils currently in the school is improving strongly and rapidly. Their progress is now good.
o Teaching is good. Teachers are knowledgeable about their subjects and most provide suitable stretch and challenge for pupils.
o Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They take pride in their work and behave well in lessons and at social times. Ofsted 2016