Inspire Trust is a Multi Academy Trust based in Rotherham which includes Oakwood High School, Sitwell Junior School and Thomas Rotherham College.
We are looking to recruit a professionally qualified and experienced Librarian and Learning Resource and Information Services Manager to lead and deliver services. Based primarily at our Thomas Rotherham College site, the successful candidate will develop and maintain outstanding Library, Learning Resource and Information Services for the Trust, our schools and college. The successful candidate will be able to develop, deliver and sustain engaging and dynamic services that will support the learning and development of our students and pupils.
Candidates must possess a relevant degree and be able to evidence experience and skills that suggests suitability to discharge the duties as outlined in the Job Description.
All staff are required to work in a way that encourages a positive work environment that is solution focused and proactive for all. We offer a positive working environment, we care about our students/pupils and we care about our staff, all of whom know that and appreciate that. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be part of this, contribute to this culture and develop it further. We are committed to recruiting and developing the next generation of support professionals to provide for succession and stable services that support the future and expanding needs of the Trust
Closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 3 February 2020 at 12 noon. Interviews will be held Friday 7 February 2020.
PLEASE NOTE we operate Safer Recruitment and we do not accept CVs or CV attachments. All candidates must complete our online application form in full.
Inspire Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, other workers and volunteers to share this commitment. The Trust is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no smoking policy in all its work places. We undertake to make any reasonable adjustments to a job or workplace to counteract any disadvantages a disabled person may face.
TRC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A copy of the child protection policy statement is available on our college website (www.thomroth.ac.uk). This commitment to safer recruitment and child protection demands that stringent checks be made on potential employees.
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Checks – appointments will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced clearance from the DBS and all employees will also be checked against the Children’s Barred List and Adult’s Barred List. An assessment will be made as to whether an employee can start work before this clearance is received.
Having a criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working for us as we do not discriminate against ex-offenders. We will only take account of previous convictions if the nature of the offence is relevant to the type of work you would be doing. In your application tell us about any ‘unspent’ convictions you may have as defined in the rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All Thomas Rotherham College employees who are involved in the recruitment process have been suitably trained to identify and assess relevance and circumstances of offences.
However, if a risk assessment of the post has indicated that the post is exempt from the act, you will need to tell us about all ‘spent’ and ‘unspent’ convictions and cautions as part of your application. If successful at the selection stage, we will conditionally offer you the post while we contact the DBS to assess your suitability for the position.
The advert and the person specification will tell you whether the job is exempt and if a disclosure will be requested.