Librarian/marketing assistant (15 hours). Work experience co-ordinator.(2 hours).
= 17 hours per week, term time only. (44.85 weeks)
NJC POINT 3-4
£18562-£18933 pro rota.
We are looking for a self-motivated and committed Librarian/marketing person to take responsibility for the day to day running of the library, providing a comprehensive service for pupils and staff. You will be experienced in supporting pupils’ learning, research skills and independent study and be eager to develop a reading culture within our school. Under the direction of senior staff, to be responsible for the effective marketing of the school (from press contact through to internal marketing); to assist with the organisation of parents’ evenings and awards evenings.
Support the Library and Marketing
• Operate an issue and return of books service.
• Classify, catalogue and process new books and other resources.
• Identify damaged stock and repair existing stock as necessary.
• Withdraw from stock as necessary.
• Arrange stock in an orderly and secure manner.
• Supervise the library during lunch breaks.
• Undertake library displays.
• Assist with the promotional activities for the library.
• Assist with the selection of new stock.
• To be the main point of contact for staff and external agencies/interested parties for the active promotion & marketing of all aspects of the school.(especially in the community)
• Actively creating and sourcing regular and frequent material for publicity.
Support to Pupils
• Train and supervise volunteer helpers.
• Support staff to use the library when groups are brought to the library during teaching sessions.
• Supervise individuals/small groups of children who are sent to the library by teachers to obtain information.
• Monitor the use of the Internet by students at lunchtime.
Support to School
To assist with the co-ordination and organisation of Prize Giving and Awards Evenings, Parents Evenings and Open Evenings
• Promote and safeguard the welfare of children and young persons you are responsible for or come into contact with.
• Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person.
• Be aware of, support and ensure equal opportunities for all.
• Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school.
• Attend and participate in relevant meetings as required.
• Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required.
Work Experience Co-Ordinator.
• Ensure all Health and Safety checks have been completed for all workplaces.
• Liaise with students and parents when work experience placement has been identified.
• Assist with the organisation and planning of, and lead an information evening for parents.
• Ensure arrangements are in place for all students to receive a visit from a member of staff during their placement.
• To provide support to students and/or placement providers to resolve any problems that arise during a placement.
• To develop an effective working relationships with external partners.
• To actively seek new work placements.
• Assist with the production and revision of supporting documentation for employers, students and parents.
• Assist with the preparation work and follow-up work that students are required to undertake before and after their placement.
• Manage the work experience data base of employers and students.
All roles involve responsibilities and expectations as set out in the appropriate national standards and in the role specification and documentation.
All members of staff are expected to promote and safeguard the welfare of students in accordance with the Safeguarding Children in Education Act, including maintaining clear professional boundaries in all relationships; to promote an anti-racist, multi-cultural approach. Additional duties may be asked of members of staff as occasion requires
Norton Canes High School
- Mainstream school with state - community funding
- Secondary with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years