Vacancies

Nursery Practitioner 1-2-1

School Name

Hardmoor Early Years Centre

Job Title

Nursery Practitioner 1-2-1

Salary

FTE (23,500)

Allowances

Discounted Childcare available

Hours

37 (part time positions also available)

Term Time Only

Full time (52 weeks)

Grade (all support staff)                                                                                                          4        

Spinal Column Point                                                                                                                 5

Type of contract

Fixed term 

Fixed Term – Length of period

 12 months

Interview date (if known)

Closing Date  

14/07/2023

 

We are looking to recruit a highly motivated and reliable Learning support 1:2:1 assistant to join our team. We aspire to provide a rich learning experience to all where children are encouraged to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens. We are looking for a Learning Support Assistant who will inspire our children, whilst supporting them to flourish, achieve and thrive during their time at school.

Do you want to be part of a passionate, child centred team accessing 3 acres of site including woods and allotments? We have a Key Person position in our Nursery Class delivering best practice and providing stimulating learning opportunities for all children to support their developmental journey. Training opportunities through 5 INSET days per year will be offered as well as access to other courses both online and face to face throughout the year.

Level 3 qualification in childcare and education can be obtained during this role.

Hardmoor EYC is a unique setting with a keen focus on outdoor learning, using our woodlands, allotment and gardens to enhance children’s learning experiences and provide high quality early education. We are a Maintained Nursery School with fully integrated childcare for children starting from 3 months up to school age.

For further information about the position please respond by email requesting an application pack.

 

Discounted childcare available for all Partnership Staff.

 

Safeguarding Statements

 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

 

School website address  www.hardmoor.co.uk/vacancies/

Contact details  Contact details Rachel Morey –  recruitment@sinclairlive.net

Please email for an application form and further details.

 

Job Spec

Person Spec

Application form

 

Assistant SENCO with QTS

School Name

Holy Family Catholic Partnership and the Learning Federation

Job Title

Assistant SENCO with QTS

Salary

Main Pay Scale £30,000 – £41,333 UPS considered

Allowances

TLR 3 – £1,500

Hours

Teacher terms and conditions 39 weeks per year

Term Time Only

Grade (all support staff)                                                                         

Spinal Column Point                                                                    

Type of contract

Fixed Term

Fixed Term – Length of period

1 Year

Interview date (if known)                                                          

Closing Date 

11th December 2023

 

Assistant SENCO QTS

We are a Partnership of 6 schools aspiring to change the world for children aged from 3 months to 11 years. We are looking for an Assistant SENCO to join our SEN Team. You may be a teacher in your 3rd year, or you may have taught for some time. You would be welcome to apply as long as you have a determination and drive to work with us in an amazing family team to meet the diverse needs of our learners. Full training given and no experience expected, apart for a thirst for knowledge and a determination to make a difference!

Role Description

This is a full-time, on-site (located in Greater Southampton area) role for an Assistant Aspiring SENCO at The Learning Federation. The Assistant Aspiring SENCO will be an inspirational teacher looking to qualify as a full time SENCO. Working within The Partnership SEN Team, with part time teaching responsibilities, the rest of your week will be developing your SEN skills and supporting other colleagues across the Partnership. Responsibilities include monitoring student progress, communicating with parents and teachers, attending Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings, developing skills within legal EHCP frameworks and ensuring compliance with government regulations. This is in addition to Teachers pay and conditions.

The Learning Federation and all of its schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

The safety and wellbeing of every child in the care of The Learning Federation and all of its schools, is our absolute priority. We expect all of our staff, pupils, parents, volunteers, Governors, LLB Members, visitors, contractors and third-party professionals to share this view.

 

We are looking for a candidate who fulfils the following:

•              BA QTS or equivalent

•              Inspirational teacher

•              Curious learner – interested in special education policies and procedures

•              Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to build positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues

•              A strong work ethic with excellent organisational and time management skills

•              The ability to think creatively and solve problems independently as well as collaboratively

•              Understanding of quality first teaching, learning strategies, and behaviour management techniques

•              Willingness to learn and grow professionally

•              Commitment, intellect and resilience to undertake NPQSENCO qualification

 

Safeguarding Statements

 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

Job Spec

Application form

School website address

www.holyfamilylive.net,

www.manselpark.net,

www.sinclairlive.net,

www.bppslive.net

www.hardmoor.co.uk

 

 

Contact details  Rachel Morey -recruitment@holyfamilylive.net

 

Please email for an application form and further details.

 

Assistant Senco and Family Support Practitioner: Full time

School Name

Holy Family Catholic Partnership and the Learning Federation

Job Title

Assistant Senco and Family Support Practitioner

Salary

Starting salary £16,931.87 Pro-rata term time only or £19,697.03 52 weeks per year.

Allowances

N/S

Hours

Part time, term time only or 52 weeks – (30 hours a week, 39 weeks per year)

Term Time Only

Grade (all support staff)                                                                         5 – 6 (Depending on experience)

Spinal Column Point                                                                    

Type of contract

Fixed Term

Fixed Term – Length of period

1 Year

Interview date (if known)                                                          

Closing Date 

11th December 2023

 

Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner

We are a Partnership of 6 schools aspiring to change the world for children aged from 3 months to 11 years. We are looking for an Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner to join our SEN Team. You may be a SEN case officer, EYFS practitioner, Social Worker, L3 childcare qualified, or have some other relevant experience of children with additional needs. You would be welcome to apply as long as you have a determination and drive to work with us in an amazing family team to meet the diverse needs of our learners. Full training given, a thirst for knowledge and a determination to make a difference!

Hours – 30hrs a week, 5 days a week. Option of term time only, or 52 week contract.

 

Role Description

This is a full-time, on-site (located in Greater Southampton area and New Forest) role for an Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner at The Learning Federation. The Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner will be a hard-working, well organised person looking to progress their personal development, which could include certification for the right person. Working within The Partnership SEN Team, you will be developing your SEN and family support skills, working with our families, children and supporting other colleagues across the Partnership. Responsibilities include working with the lead SENCO and senior leaders, family support work, delivering courses for families, compiling reports, liaising with multi-agency groups, communicating with parents and teachers, attending Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings, developing skills within legal EHCP frameworks and ensuring compliance with government regulations. This is a new and flexible role.

 

The Learning Federation and all of its schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

 

The safety and wellbeing of every child in the care of The Learning Federation and all of its schools, is our absolute priority. We expect all of our staff, pupils, parents, volunteers, Governors, LLB Members, visitors, contractors and third-party professionals to share this view.

 

Qualifications / skills

•              English and Maths skills to National Standard, or willingness to take a qualification

•              Positive person who can complete a task thoroughly

•              Curious learner – interested in special education policies and procedures

•              Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to build positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues

•              A strong work ethic with excellent organisational and time management skills

•              The ability to think creatively and solve problems independently as well as collaboratively

•              Understanding that children sit at the centre and are the most important part of our work

•              Willingness to learn and grow professionally

•              Commitment, intellect and resilience to undertake further learning and development

 

Safeguarding Statements

 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

 Job Spec

Application form

 

 

School website address

www.holyfamilylive.net,

www.manselpark.net,

www.sinclairlive.net,

www.bppslive.net

www.hardmoor.co.uk

 

Contact details  Rachel Morey -recruitment@holyfamilylive.net

 

Please email for an application form and further details.

Assistant Senco and Family Support Practitioner: Part time 

School Name

Holy Family Catholic Partnership and the Learning Federation

Job Title

Assistant Senco and Family Support Practitioner

Salary

Starting salary £11,287.91 Pro-rata term time only – £13,131.35 pro rata 52 weeks a year

Allowances

N/S

Hours

Part time, term time only or 52 weeks – (20 hours a week Mornings 5 days a week, 39 weeks per year)

Term Time Only

Grade (all support staff)                                                                         5 – 6 (Depending on experience)

Spinal Column Point                                                                    

Type of contract

Fixed Term

Fixed Term – Length of period

1 Year

Interview date (if known)                                                          

Closing Date 

11th December 2023

 

Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner

We are a Partnership of 6 schools aspiring to change the world for children aged from 3 months to 11 years. We are looking for an Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner to join our SEN Team. You may be a SEN case officer, EYFS practitioner, Social Worker, L3 childcare qualified, or have some other relevant experience of children with additional needs. You would be welcome to apply as long as you have a determination and drive to work with us in an amazing family team to meet the diverse needs of our learners. Full training given, a thirst for knowledge and a determination to make a difference!

 

Hours – 20hrs a week, 5 mornings a week. Option of term time only, or 52 week contract.

 

Role Description

This is a full-time, on-site (located in Greater Southampton area and New Forest) role for an Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner at The Learning Federation. The Assistant SENCO and Family Support Practitioner will be a hard-working, well organised person looking to progress their personal development, which could include certification for the right person. Working within The Partnership SEN Team, you will be developing your SEN and family support skills, working with our families, children and supporting other colleagues across the Partnership. Responsibilities include working with the lead SENCO and senior leaders, family support work, delivering courses for families, compiling reports, liaising with multi-agency groups, communicating with parents and teachers, attending Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings, developing skills within legal EHCP frameworks and ensuring compliance with government regulations. This is a new and flexible role.

 

The Learning Federation and all of its schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

 

The safety and wellbeing of every child in the care of The Learning Federation and all of its schools, is our absolute priority. We expect all of our staff, pupils, parents, volunteers, Governors, LLB Members, visitors, contractors and third-party professionals to share this view.

 

Qualifications / skills

•              English and Maths skills to National Standard, or willingness to take a qualification

•              Positive person who can complete a task thoroughly

•              Curious learner – interested in special education policies and procedures

•              Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to build positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues

•              A strong work ethic with excellent organisational and time management skills

•              The ability to think creatively and solve problems independently as well as collaboratively

•              Understanding that children sit at the centre and are the most important part of our work

•              Willingness to learn and grow professionally

•              Commitment, intellect and resilience to undertake further learning and development

 

 

 

 

Safeguarding Statements

 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

 Job Spec

Application form

 

School website address

www.holyfamilylive.net,

www.manselpark.net,

www.sinclairlive.net,

www.bppslive.net

www.hardmoor.co.uk

 

Contact details  Rachel Morey -recruitment@holyfamilylive.net

Please email for an application form and further details.

 

Partnership Apprentice Site Manager 

School Name

Mansel Park Primary – Partnership schools

Job Title

Partnership Apprentice Site Manager

Salary

FTE Salary Min: £20,812

Allowances

None

Hours

30 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

Term Time Only

Full time (52 weeks)

Grade (all support staff)                                                             1

Spinal Column Point                                                                    1

Type of contract

Fixed Term

Fixed Term – Length of period

18 month apprenticeship contract

Interview date (if known)

Closing Date  

TBC

 

An opportunity has arisen for an Apprentice Site Manager for our Partnership initially based at Mansel Park Primary and Nursery School.

We pride ourselves on our consistently high standards and expect all our staff to share this commitment.

The role of Apprentice Site Manager will be to support the site manager with Health and Safety systems, building maintenance, overseeing site security and cleaning, moving and handling of objects and deliveries, working at height and grounds maintenance.

The role is a vital to ensure the smooth running of our school and we are looking for someone with a strong sense of pride in their work and who believes in doing a job to the best of their ability.

Level 2 qualification in Facilities Services Operative will be completed as part of this job role. 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post involves the type of work with children and young people that requires applicants to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post. All users are considered confidentially and according to the nature of the role and information disclosed

Safeguarding Statements

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

 Job Spec

Person Spec

Application form

School website address www.manselpark.net/careers

Contact details  – recruitment@sinclairlive.net

 Please email for an application form and further details.

 

Apprentice Early Years Practitioner

School Name

Hardmoor Early Years Centre

Job Title

Apprentice Early Years Practitioner

Salary

FTE – £23,500

Allowances

N/S

Hours

37 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

Term Time Only

Yes

Grade (all support staff)                                                                                      4 SCP 5 (£23,500)

Spinal Column Point                                                                                                           

Type of contract

Fixed Term

Fixed Term – Length of period

18 Months initial training contract

Interview date (if known)

Closing Date  

TBC

 

Do you want to be part of a passionate, child centred team accessing 3 acres of site including woods and allotments? We have a Key Person position in our Nursery Class delivering best practice and providing stimulating learning opportunities for all children to support their developmental journey. Training opportunities through 5 INSET days per year will be offered as well as access to other courses both online and face to face throughout the year.

Level 3 qualification in childcare and education to be obtained during this role.

Hardmoor EYC is a unique setting with a keen focus on outdoor learning, using our woodlands, allotment and gardens to enhance children’s learning experiences and provide high quality early education. We are a Maintained Nursery School with fully integrated childcare for children starting from 3 months up to school age.

For further information about the position please respond by email requesting an application pack.

This role requires an enhanced Criminal Records Disclosure.

 

Safeguarding Statements

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

 Job Spec

Person spec

Application form

School website address  www.hardmoor.co.uk/vacancies/

Contact details  Contact details Rachel Morey –  recruitment@sinclairlive.net

Please email for an application form and further details.

 

Early Years Practitioner – level 3 Qualified

School Name

Hardmoor Early Years Centre

Job Title

Early years practitioner (level 3 qualified)

Salary

FTE – £24,038

Allowances

N/S

Hours

37 hours a week full time. Opening hours are 8-6 Monday to Friday. Various shift patterns available.

Term Time Only

Yes

Grade (all support staff)                                                            4, Scale point 6 – £24,038

Spinal Column Point                                                                                                           

Type of contract

Fixed Term

Fixed Term – Length of period

12 months’ initial contract

Interview date (if known)

Closing Date  

04/12/2023

 

Do you want to be part of a passionate, child centred team accessing 3 acres of site including woods and allotments? We have a Key Person position in our Nursery Class delivering best practice and providing stimulating learning opportunities for all children to support their developmental journey. Training opportunities through 5 INSET days per year will be offered as well as access to other courses both online and face to face throughout the year.

Previous experience is desired and level 3 qualification in early years’ education is essential for this position, specific training will be given.

Hardmoor Early Years Centre is a unique setting with a keen focus on outdoor learning, using our woodlands, allotment and gardens to enhance children’s learning experiences and provide high quality early education. We are a Maintained Nursery School with fully integrated childcare for children starting from 3 months up to school age.

 The successful candidate will uphold the ethos, vision and mission of the school in order to support the school to impact positively on the children within our care.

For further information about the position please respond by email requesting an application pack.

 This role requires an enhanced Criminal Records Disclosure.

 

Safeguarding Statements

 This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This role requires an enhanced DBS.

Person Spec

Application form

School website address  www.hardmoor.co.uk/vacancies/

 Contact details  Contact details Rachel Morey –  recruitment@sinclairlive.net

Please email for an application form and further details.