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Cover Supervisor

Employer:
Skills for Life Trust
Salary:
Grade D2 points 4 - 11 £13,258 - £15,229 per annum (£18,426 - £21,166 for a full time appointment)
Location:
Chatham, Kent
Contract:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Part Time
Hours:
32.5 hours per week. 38 weeks per yer (term time only).
DBS Check:
Enhanced
Closing Date:
24/02/2020 at 09:00 AM
Reference:
WGS/20/120805
Skills for Life Trust

Cover Supervisor

Required February 2020

32.5 hrs per week, 38 weeks per year (term time only)

Grade D2 points 4 - 11 £13,258 - £15,229 per annum

(£18,426 - £21,166 for a full time appointment)

Walderslade Girls’ School, part of the Skills for Life Trust, is a vibrant and high performing all girls High School with a strong community spirit and an ethos of inclusion, supporting learners of all abilities. 

This is an all-girls secondary academy in Medway with a large joint sixth form in partnership with the neighbouring boys’ school. You will work alongside a strong and motivated team, who are committed to ensuring that our pupils make outstanding progress.

Amongst the many benefits of working within the Trust you will receive;

  • Free Private Healthcare Cover
  • Free counselling service
  • Secure car parking
  • Timetabled and purposeful CPD
  • Personal development and promotion opportunities across the Trust
  • Trust wide focus on staff wellbeing
  • A supportive environment
  • Staff Fitness Classes

We require a conscientious person with a professional approach to the education of our girls, to be part of a team of cover supervisors.

You will be responsible for the supervision of classes in the absence of a teacher and are expected to insist upon the highest standards of behaviour, maintaining a purposeful working environment for our students. 

A good standard of education and literacy is essential, along with experience of working with children of relevant age and an understanding of principles of child development and learning processes and in particular, barriers to learning.

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