Creigiau Primary School,
Head Teacher: Mrs Delyth Kirkman
Midday Supervisor 12.00p.m. – 1.30p.m. (Temporary Position)
Full time (Monday – Friday)
Grade 2 SCP 8 - 11
£17,711 – £18,065
Start Date: as soon as possible
We are seeking to appoint a Lunch Time Supervisor to join our friendly and professional team.
The successful candidate will need to be:
• Flexible, hardworking and enthusiastic
• Have high expectations for the behaviour and care of all pupils
• Have good communication skills
Internal candidates who wish to apply for this position on a secondment basis must obtain approval prior to application using Form SEC1 (4.C.081). Requests may only be approved by the relevant Chief Officer or senior nominated officer graded no lower than OM2 or in the case of schools based staff the Headteacher / Governing Body.
This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced check.
This vacancy is suitable for post share.
Please download or print off the application form by selecting the “Apply Now” button.
Alternatively, if you are not able to download a copy, you can contact HR People Services or e-mail for an application pack quoting reference: ED50051209 and the job title.
Application forms should be completed in full and returned to the school by the closing date Friday 24th January, 2020 by 12.00 noon
Safeguarding and Child Protection are key priorities for the Council. We aim to support children and vulnerable adults to ensure they are as safe as they can possibly be. Our services and schools are committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable adults, and will take action to safeguard their well-being, and acknowledge that children and vulnerable adults have a right to protection. This is supported in the general ethos of the Council and all schools.
As an equal opportunities employer, we value diversity. Therefore, although not a requirement for application, we welcome and encourage applications from underrepresented individuals including those:
• aged under 25;
• not in employment, education or training;
• from our local communities including in particular disabled individuals, carers and those from the Cardiff BAME and LGBT+ communities;
• ability to communicate fluently in Welsh.