Hours: Casual hours agreed with school during Public and Mock Exam Periods.
Would you like to be part of a forward-thinking, supportive school community where your professional development is a priority? Bromfield is an Ofsted-rated "Good" school where we are committed to the successful growth and enrichment of all our pupils and staff. Come and #bepartofoursuccess
As Broomfield School is growing we are looking for inspirational people to join our team in vital roles across the School. Applications are invited from enthusiastic and committed applicants with the ability to provide high quality, comprehensive support to Broomfield School.
This post offers variety in your work, challenge and professional development.
We are looking to appoint Examination Invigilators. Employment will be on a casual basis to supervise students taking GCSE exams, mock GCSEs and general end of year exams as necessary throughout the school year.
This is a casual post, to initially cover the exam period from May to July. You will also need to be available for a mandatory training and induction session on Wednesday 24th April.
Full or half day sessions available with mornings starting at 8am and afternoons at 1pm – minimum 2.5 hours work per agreed day. For full day sessions, an unpaid lunch break of 45 mins to 2 hours will be given dependent on exam schedule.
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, an enhanced attention to detail and the ability to work on their own initiative. Ideally, you will also have experience working in a school environment, but this is not essential.
Broomfield is a small school with all of the advantages this brings in catering specifically for the needs of our pupils aged 11 to 16. We genuinely have a family atmosphere and know all of our pupils well. No pupil is ever overlooked. We offer the very best education for all pupils ensuring that every child reaches his or her full potential through a tailored curriculum and exceptional teaching and pastoral provision.
We want our pupils to excel in all of the many dimensions that make up education in its fullest sense. Firstly, and centrally, we aim for our pupils to reach their full potential, to excel academically, vocationally and culturally, but we also aim for them to excel physically and in sports, as well as in their social, spiritual and moral lives. In this way, when our pupils come to leave Broomfield School, they will be knowledgeable, intelligent, well qualified, highly skilled, virtuous and well-rounded individuals able to play their full part in society.
Broomfield School is ideally located in Southgate, Enfield. We are a 5 minute walk from Arnos Tube Station on the Piccadilly Line; and a brisk 10 minute walk from Palmers Green station on the Moorgate to Hertford North Line. We are very close to the A406 and benefit from plenty of free on-street parking outside the school.
What we can offer you
- An environment with a strong ethos of CPD and a wide variety of opportunities for staff at all levels.
- A Senior Leadership Team committed to pupils achieving their very best and to staff developing their expertise.
- Friendly, enthusiastic and enquiring children.
- Supportive departments.
- Strong pastoral support for our pupils.
- A pleasant and responsive work atmosphere.
For a full job description and an application form, please email email@example.com or please click on the 'Apply' button and complete the online application form.
Closing date: Noon, Wednesday 20th March 2019
Interviews will be held week commencing 25th March 2019.
We reserve the right to shortlist, interview and appoint to this post prior to the closing date.
Please send your applications to Carrie Bignell by this date.
The school is committed to the fair treatment of its staff, workers, potential staff/workers and users of its services regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief, age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, social, marital or civil status, pregnancy or maternity reasons, having responsibility for dependants, Trade Union involvement or any other grounds irrelevant to the role or service in question. Similarly, the school will not treat unfairly, or discriminate against, anyone with a criminal record. Having a criminal record does not mean that an individual will automatically be prevented from obtaining employment or working in this school.
The school has a ‘Policy Statement on the Recruitment of Ex-Offenders’ which is available on request. The school also adheres to the principles of the Disclosure and Barring Service Code of Practice. Applicants are made aware of the Code, which can be located HERE.