Examination Invigilator – £8.45ph
Required for May/June, November and January examinations
We are seeking to recruit new Examination Invigilators to work with the existing team in the running of all internal and public examinations at Boldon School.
The post would be ideally suited to applicants who feel a sense of responsibility for today’s young people and who are able to work flexible daytime hours. The role is on a casual basis, throughout the academic year, involving morning and afternoon sessions as directed by the Examinations Officer.
As an examination invigilator you will supervise students during examinations and complete a small amount of associated paper work.
Experience of carrying out invigilation duties would be an advantage however full training will be provided for all invigilators and all hours will be negotiated for each examination period.
Boldon School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students. All applicants are subject to the requirements of the Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education guidelines. This will include checks with past employers and the need for the successful applicant to hold or undergo a suitable enhanced DBS disclosure.
Anyone interested in this post should complete an application form outlining their skills and experience. The Application form, job description and person specification are further down this page. Appplications should be returned to Miss N Korn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: Noon 28 March 2018
Interview date: To be confirmed
Application form and school description at the foot of this page
Teacher of Science (Physical Chemist preferred)
MPS Initial 1 year contract
Required from September 2018
We are seeking to appoint an innovative, motivated and enthusiastic Teacher of Science (Physics/Chemistry) who has vision, initiative, and can contribute to outstanding lessons and results. You will need to have the drive, commitment and excellent organisational skills necessary to work within the Faculty and meet the current and future needs of our students.
- Be an outstanding teacher of Science (Physics/Chemistry) and willing to participate in further professional development.
- Have a passion for teaching Science and the potential to inspire students using a wide range of teaching and learning strategies.
- Gain commitment from all students and groups of students to achieve success, and possess the ability to motivate students with a focus on maximising attainment and progress.
- Take part and organise events and extracurricular provision.
- This post is suitable for newly qualified teachers.
Completed applications should be returned to Mrs E Miller at email@example.com
Closing date: Noon 19 March 2018
Interviews: Date to be confirmed
Application form below