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St Benedict's College
TEMPORARY UNTIL EASTER 2013
Textiles / Food Technology / Creative and Performing Arts Technician
Hours: 31 hours per week (term time only)
43.1 paid weeks per year
Full time during school hours
Salary Band 2 to midpoint £14,733-£15,726 pro rata (actual salary £10,203 - £10,891)
We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate to provide technical support for teaching staff in our textiles and food technology department and our creative and performing arts department. The work will include: the maintenance, repair, organisation and preparation of supplies, resources and equipment; assisting students with access to resources; cleaning down before and after lessons; keeping equipment clean and tidy; liaising with other departments; and other administrative tasks. It will also include occasional assistance with preparing for college productions and masses. The successful candidate will therefore be organized and able to meet deadlines. This is a temporary post due to support staff restructuring.
The governing body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all young people and expects all staff to share that commitment. The successful applicant will be required to complete an enhanced CRB check. Applications will only be accepted on the college application form.
Closing date: 5th November 2012 (midday)
Further details and an application pack are available from Mrs Karen Gregory: telephone 01206 549222; fax 01206 579342; e-mail email@example.com.
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11-16 voluntary-aided mixed comprehensive college serving Catholic and other Christian families in North East Essex
St Benedicts Catholic College is an 11-16 voluntary-aided mixed comprehensive college serving Catholic and other Christian families in North East Essex. At present there are 840 students on roll. Our college has very strong traditions, which are based on Gospel values; every member of our college community is treated as a unique individual created in the image of God. We are a welcoming community reflecting the importance of the partnership between college, home and parish in the education of the young people who attend the college.
Our aim as a college is to create a Christian community where each individual can develop his or her relationship with God, while also ensuring that each child is given the education necessary to allow them to move on appropriately. We try to ensure that all young people in our care have a love of learning, developing their abilities and gifts in such a manner that they are inspired, encouraged and empowered to fulfil their potential. Each young person will be at a different stage of development and therefore the emphasis is always on the needs of the individual.