Education & Training
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT OFFICER AND TECHNICIAN
NJC points 11 to 17, £22,129 to £24,920 per annum pro rata
Set in the village of Duffield, in the Amber Valley district of Derbyshire. The School is centred on the western bank of the River Derwent at the mouth of the River Ecclesbourne. Duffield is within the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Area and its elevated surroundings are the southern foothills of the Pennines
You will be joining a welcoming a supportive faculty which ensures our students are inspired to achieve their full potential in all technology subjects.
You will have:
- successful experience of working with young people.
- the ability to lead small groups and provide support to students in the classroom under the direction of the Head of Technology Faculty.
- experience of working in a workshop, using and maintaining hand and machine tools.
- experience of using a range of materials including timber, metals and plastics.
You will have the opportunity to:
- work with students who are well behaved and highly motivated
- become part of a team of like-minded individuals
- work with colleagues who are friendly, welcoming and committed to ensuring every student receives a first-rate teaching and learning experience
- receive full support for training and professional development
Our vision statement 'learning together for the future' is evident throughout the school and means that everyone who studies or works at The Ecclesbourne School is encouraged to broaden their experience and to be a lifelong learner. We employ ambitious people who want to progress, and we support and encourage them to do so. The school is fully committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees and job applicants and aims to create a culture that encourages and values diversity and that appoints, rewards and promotes staff based on merit.
The reward for working at Ecclesbourne is more than financial. Please read more about what we give back to our staff in terms of wellbeing, CPD and support in the vacancies section of the school website.
The position is for 37 hours per week, for 43 weeks per year (term-time, five whole school closure days and twenty days to be worked during school holiday periods). You will work from Monday to Friday from 8.00/8.30am until 4.00/4.30pm with a 30-minute break.
The starting NJC point offered to the successful candidate will depend on knowledge, skills and experience and is expected to be within the salary range of NJC points 11 to 17 which is £22,129 to £24,920 per annum pro rata, actual salary for 43 weeks per year on point 11 is £20,612 per annum which includes pro rata pay for 33 days holiday per year (including statutory and concessionary days) rising to 37 after five years and immediate membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme. Continuity of service will be recognised for local government employees.
We are a non-selective school and committed to maintaining an all-inclusive community for all students. Children of members of staff, with a minimum of two years’ service at the school at the time of application, are included in our admissions criteria.
For further information and an application form, please click the apply button!
Closing date: 9am on Monday 4th July 2022.
Please note that we do not accept applications by CV.
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and employment will be conditional on satisfactory safeguarding checks and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance prior to employment.