Graduate Internship, Kingsbury, NW London

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Kingsbury High SchoolKingsbury, NW London
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Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Full Time salary £19,921 paid pro rata for 36 hours/39 weeks - Actual Salary £17,546
Contract term: Fixed Term

 GRADUATE INTERNSHIP: Cover, coaching, SEN, Literacy, Safety, Behaviour

Salary: NJC Scale Scale 4

- Full Time salary £20,758 paid pro rata for 36 hours/39 weeks

- Actual Salary £18,283

Category: Non-teaching

Closing Date: 9.00 am on Wednesday 18 July 2018

Contract: Fixed Term – One academic year

Hours: 36 hours per week

Varied start and finish times

Are you a graduate looking for an opportunity to gain experience and to develop a range of essential skills within a school which offers support throughout prior to applying for teacher training?

This paid role for the 2017/2018 academic year and could be the experience you have been looking for!

Kingsbury High is a large, split site, over-subscribed 11-18, mixed, multi-ethnic school. We are located in an attractive suburban location surrounded by parkland with excellent transport links to enable easy access from central London and fringe areas.

We are looking for Graduate Interns who are enthusiastic and reliable, have experience of working with students or young people and would be able to cover classes for short term teacher absences, often at short notice and ensure the safety and general welfare of students on site throughout the school day.

There are also opportunities to combine cover work with work within our Inclusion Faculty as well as supporting the Faculty within your subject area.

A key part of the role will be to offer lunchtime and after school activities. This could be related to sport, drama, Young Enterprise, Duke of Edinburgh, working with gifted students or a traditional school ‘club’.

What experience do I need?

· You will have some experience of working with children or young people and excellent interpersonal skills

· You will have good communication, literacy, numeracy and IT skills

· You will need to be flexible as things can often change at the last minute 

· You will be able to relate to young people with a variety of learning needs and be able to use a range of strategies to deal 

with classroom behaviour

The appointee will be required to complete a six-month period of probation.

To apply: Please email khsvacancies@kingsburyhigh.org.uk for an application pack

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and the appointment will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references, medical and an enhanced DBS Disclosure check.

Kingsbury High is a converter Academy committed to national terms and conditions for teaching staff, local NJC terms for support staff and, as an Equal Opportunities employer, welcomes applications from all sections of the community. 



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