Vacancies

HLTA Progress Mentor

Fixed term for 2 years
Band 8 (SCP 17-22) 5 days 37 hours per week, term time only + 15 days
Actual salary: £21,548 - £23,791

This is an exciting and challenging role and the successful candidate will have patience, a sense of humour and an ability to relate positively to young people, providing support to ensure the best possible outcomes. The successful candidate will have HLTA status, be in the process of being awarded HLTA status or have QTS.

You will be expected to prepare and lead learning across a range of subjects implementing agreed work programmes with individuals / groups, in or out of the classroom. This could include those requiring detailed and specialist knowledge in particular areas and will involve the planning of lessons; management of data and preparation of resources to work as directed in meeting the educational needs of pupils.

We are an 11-18 mixed comprehensive school with outstanding facilities, a state of the art learning environment; we are extremely popular and oversubscribed. The school is in easy reach of Leeds, Huddersfield and Wakefield.

Fixed term to 31 July 2021

Band 8 (SCP 17-22) 2.5 days (18.5 hours) per week, all year round
Actual salary: £11,918 - £13,159

Are you passionate about making a difference and helping young people achieve a higher education destination? Do you want to help us achieve the targets acting as a positive role model and sharing your experiences?

The post will be based within Titus Salt School, but will require the holder to work on a flexible basis, which will include some evening, weekend and school holiday work.

This post will support and is funded by the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) which is Office for Students (OfS) funded project delivered by Go Higher West Yorkshire (formerly HEART), a consortium of 13 Higher Education Providers in West Yorkshire.

NCOP seeks to identify and address issues around progression to higher education for young people living in areas where progression is low overall, and particularly low when GCSE attainment is taken into account.

Fixed term until 31 August 2020
Band 6/7 (SCP 6-17), 5 days (35 hours) per week, term time only + 5 days
Actual salary: £15,469 - £19,233

We are looking to appoint a Cover Supervisor who is flexible in approach, reliable and well organised. The successful applicant will be required to supervise whole classes during the short-term absence of teachers, maintaining good order and keeping pupils on task. The post holder will also contribute to other pupil supervision and administrative tasks.

This role is crucial to ensuring our pupils’ hard work is supported by effective support systems, coupled with an understanding of maximising achievement. You will be able to relate well to pupils, staff and parents and maintain confidentiality. A good level of literacy, numeracy and ICT is essential, as is patience, a sense of humour and an ability to relate positively to young people. Previous experience of working with pupils in the 11-16 age range would be an advantage.

We are an 11-18 mixed comprehensive school with outstanding facilities, a state of the art learning environment; we are extremely popular and oversubscribed. The school is within easy reach of Leeds, Huddersfield and Wakefield.

Band 5 (SCP 4-6), 5 days 37 hours per week, term time only + 5 days
Actual salary: £15,717 - £16,353

This is an exciting and challenging role for a self-motivated individual with good practical skills, patience, a sense of humour and excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to support our Design Technology Department. The role requires a good level of literacy, the ability to mark out and cut materials with accuracy and a keen eye for detail. The successful applicant will have a good working knowledge of school workshop hand and machine tools and be confident working with pupils who require some guidance.

We are an 11-18 mixed comprehensive school with outstanding facilities, a state of the art learning environment; we are extremely popular and oversubscribed. The school is within easy reach of Leeds, Huddersfield and Wakefield.

Closing date:   9.00am on Monday 30 September 2019
Interviews:   w/c 30 September 2019
Required asap

(Art, Dance, Drama, Music and Display)
Band 5 (SCP 4-6), 5 days 37 hours per week, all year round
Actual salary: £18,426 - £19,171

We are looking to appoint a self-motivated individual with excellent communication skills and a friendly and professional approach to fully support the Arts Faculty to support Teaching and Learning, prioritising tasks to effectively support staff and pupils in achieving the best possible outcomes.

This is an exciting and challenging role and the successful applicant will have strong creative and practical skills, patience, a sense of humour and excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. The successful candidate will be required to work on a wide variety of tasks in a number of departments within the Arts Faculty as well as give technical support to after school events and productions; in addition the successful candidate will be involved in creating and maintaining displays across the school site as well as within the Faculty.

It is essential that the successful candidate is able to work as part of a team, be flexible and adaptable to meet changing needs. With supervision you will be expected to plan and organise daily/weekly workloads, address unexpected/urgent tasks and prioritise so that deadlines are achieved.

We are an 11-18 mixed comprehensive school that is extremely popular and oversubscribed.  We moved into our new school building in September 2008 and have outstanding facilities and a state of the art learning environment.

We are proud of our comprehensive school principles and our daily work is centred on four key values; summarised as together we can make a difference; resilient to change; ambitious to excel and caring for the lives of individuals. We are a school with great aspirations; proud of our history and heritage, yet always looking to the future – celebrating student well-being, high academic standards and achievement for all. Success at school is the result of students, parents/carers and teachers working together.