Art and Display Technician (Temporary)
Required from February 2019
Full time, term time only (39 weeks)
Salary range: SCP 11 £17,007 – SCP 19 £19, 446 depending on experience (actual pro rata salary £14,870 – £17,002).
Cockshut Hill School provides a friendly and supportive working environment, valuing each individual. We are committed to providing our students with the best education they need to become confident, articulate and successful adults of the future. We are one of the few schools in Birmingham to receive The Rights Respecting Schools, UNICEF UK Gold Award, for successfully embedding children’s rights throughout the school in our practices and ethos. This is an exciting time for our school as we strive to improve and we are proud of our commitment to teaching and learning – our school motto is ‘Nothing But the Best’.
For this creative role you will use your experience and artistic expertise to support our Art Department in facilitating teaching and learning by supporting our staff and students for lessons. You will also be responsible for creating and maintaining displays around school. Experience within a similar educational environment would be a distinct advantage, as would strong practical and organisational skills and an appropriate qualification. This is a full-time, temporary role, until the return of the substantive post holder from 12 months sabbatical leave.
Cockshut Hill is part of the Summit Learning Trust comprising three secondary and four primary schools. This post will offer the opportunity to work with colleagues from Ninestiles and Lyndon Schools to share practice and planning. The trusts commitment to excellence is recognised nationally and internationally and Ninestiles is a Teaching School which offers further opportunities for career development in working with other schools.
Please complete the Trust application form which can be downloaded at the link below.
Closing date midday on Friday 25 January 2019.
The Summit Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful candidates.