Vacancies at Bishop Stopford’s School
Due to ongoing improvements in the school and an increase in student numbers, we have a number of job opportunities available for January 2018.
We are a Voluntary Aided Church of England School in Enfield, North London within easy access of the M25. The School operates a pastoral House system, and has a strong Christian ethos which you would also be expected to support. Please download an application form below. E-mailed applications are encouraged.
Please submit your application by post or by email email@example.com no later than the specified closing date. Please contact Ms Elaine Neacy using the above email address if you need an application pack sent to you via the postal system. A completed CRB Disclosure Form should be attached to each application. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Data and Exams Assistant – April 2018
Permanent from April 2018
Bishop Stopford’s Church of England School is looking for a Data and Exams Assistant to join a friendly and supportive department in April 2018. We require a highly accurate and proactive individual to assist the Data and Exams Manager in all aspects of the examination and data requirements across the school. This role requires someone who has a high level of attention to detail.
Hours: 36 hours per week x 39 weeks per annum
Salary: Scale 4, point 18
Closing date: 12pm, Friday, 6th April 2018
Interviews: Week Commencing 16th April 2018
Bishop Stopford’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are committed to safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed.
Required for Immediate Start
Actual Salary Range: Scale 5 £14,772 – £16,087 pa inc (Outer London)
Hours: 27.5 hours a week X 39 weeks per year
Fixed Term: to 31st August 2019
Bishop Stopford’s Church of England School is seeking to appoint a cover supervisor with a passion for teaching and learning to join our highly motivated staff. Proven abilities in teaching Maths, English and Science would be desirable. We are committed to providing the highest academic standards which challenge students to achieve their very best, whilst ensuring a school ethos that is caring and positive. This role will assist in the support of students with identified barriers to learning. The Cover Supervisor will work as part of a team of teachers and support staff involved in the delivery of differentiated learning and targeted educational programmes designed by appropriate staff. The role will also involve supporting identified students with literacy and numeracy to enable them to progress and succeed across the curriculum.
This is an excellent opportunity to join an inspirational school where ‘Students’ attitudes to others and to their learning are outstanding’ (Ofsted 2015).
The school offers comprehensive professional development to all staff and we are dedicated to supporting career progression and advancement.
Closing date: Monday, 16th April 2018, noon
Interviews: Wednesday 18th April 2018