Lunchtime Supervisor – Collierley Primary & Nursery School

Job Role: Early Years Lunchtime Supervisor

Contract Type: Part time, permanent

Salary: SLP Grade 1 – £11.79 per hour which equates to £3,609 pa actual salary
Working Pattern: Monday–Friday – 7 hours per week – term time only, plus 5 PD days

Collierley Nursery and Primary School is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed person to supervise children during the lunch time period, to start as soon as possible.

Duties include:

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Clearing up spillages in the lunch hall

Maintaining general cleanliness of the dining area

Communicating effectively with pupils, maintain good behaviour according to the school’s behaviour policy

• Performing basic first aid to pupils and recording of such

As this role is for covering lunchtimes – it is ideally suited to someone who lives locally.

Interested? For more information about the role, please speak to Mrs Angela McDermid, Headteacher, on 01207 570298 or alternatively via email at collierley@durhamlearning.net

Application forms are available online at Stanley Learning Partnership Vacancies and should be returned preferably via email to: – recruitment@stanleylearningpartnership.co.uk Hard copies are available from the school and should be returned to: Human Resources, SLP Head Office, Langley Park Primary School, Behind May Terrace, Langley Park, Durham, DH7 9XN.

Closing date for receipt of applications Midday Thursday 28th March 2024 Interviews will be held week beginning Monday 15 April 2024

In line with the guidance in Keeping Children Safe in Education, the Trust may carry out an online search as part of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates.

Applicants should ideally have experience of working with primary school age children; be flexible and willing to undertake training and development, commensurate with the role, as required. This includes annual training in safeguarding. You should be able to work effectively as a team member and have good interpersonal skills to be able to respond to pupils in a polite and helpful manner.

SLP has an absolute commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced criminal record check via the DBS.

The Trust values the diversity of our workforce and welcomes applications from all representatives of the community.