Job Opportunities

We currently have vacancies within the trust.

Normanby Primary School – Lunchtime Supervisor

Grade/Salary:  Grade A SCP 2 (approx. £2823.32 pro rata)

Hours: 5.5 hours per week –  TT0 – 1.05 hours per day (12.00pm – 1.05pm)

Job Reference LSA/AUT23

Required for as soon as possible.

The Trustees of Ironstone Academy Trust wish to appoint a Lunchtime Supervisor to join our dedicated staff.

The successful applicant will join a team of lunchtime supervisors.  Responsibilities to include supervising children in the dining hall, helping with packed lunches and playground duty.  The post holder will be flexible, have good communication skills and relate well to children.  A basic knowledge of health and safety is essential. 

Please note that applications must be made on the recommended forms (along with the two associated forms) which are available to download below; we would welcome these to be delivered with a handwritten or personalised covering letter to the address at the bottom of this advert.  Application packs can be downloaded directly from the Trust’s website, www.ironstoneacademytrust.org.uk.  Alternatively you can telephone for one to be posted out or call into Normanby Primary School to collect one. 

The successful applicant will have:

  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good organisational skills
  • Clear understanding of safeguarding and awareness of Keeping Children Safe in Education guidance and other relevant procedures and systems including the Local Safeguarding Board arrangements

Ironstone Academy Trust actively encourages the professional development of its staff and is a happy and caring place to work. A job description is attached to this advert.  Application packs can be downloaded directly from the Trust’s website.  Alternatively you can telephone for one to be sent out or call into Normanby Primary to collect one. 

Closing Date – ongoing

Interviews tbc.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed.  This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check

Mrs K Pentney

Head Teacher

Normanby Primary School of Ironstone Academy Trust

Flatts Lane

Normanby

Middlesbrough

TS6 0NP

Nunthorpe Primary Academy – Lunchtime Supervisors

The Governors wish to appoint a conscientious, highly motivated, hardworking Lunchtime Supervisor as a valued member of our school team.  The post holder will work 1 hour per day Monday to Friday during lunchtime (time to be discussed), term time only.

1 hour per day – 5 hours per week (12.00 – 1.00pm)

Term time only (38 wks)

Salary:  £11.91 per hour

NJC19 Grade B point 2

Closing Date: Ongoing

To start ASAP (subject to employment checks).

The successful applicant will join a team of eight lunchtime supervisors. Responsibilities to include supervising children in the dining hall, helping with packed lunches and playground duty. The post holder will be flexible, have good communication skills and relate well to children. A basic knowledge of health and safety is essential. 

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children / young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and an enhanced DBS disclosure will be sought.

Initial enquiries to the school are welcomed as soon as possible. Application Forms are available from school or to download from the school website.

Nunthorpe Primary Academy

Overfields Primary School – Caretaker

Overfields Primary School wish to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Caretaker who can make a difference and would like to be part of a successful team. The successful applicant will undertake a key role at Overfields Primary, in ensuring that the school is a safe, clean and pleasant learning environment for our staff, pupils and visitors. 

Grade/Salary:  Grade C SCP 5-6

Hours:  20 hours Term Time plus 3 weeks

Contractual Status:  Permanent (subject to 6 month probationary period)

Required for:  September 2024 or earlier if required checks are completed

The successful applicant will work under the direction of the School Business Manager and be able to assess, carry out and supervise small building tasks.  They will assess situations across school to minimise risks to staff, visitors and pupils.  They will be physically able to meet the demands of the job and undertake minor maintenance tasks.

We require a caretaker who is:

  • Committed to ensuring EVERY child achieves to their full potential, through maintaining a safe, secure, clean and inviting site.
  • Willing to work as part of a hard-working, dedicated team reporting to the School Business Manager.
  • Positive, proactive and an excellent role model.
  • Willing to work flexibly to meet the school’s needs.
  • Has good practical skills for effective operation of site services such as cleaning, porterage, decorating, minor repairs and maintenance
  • Be an active member of school life and actively subscribe to the ethos of the school.

We can offer:

  • Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme
  • A welcoming, supportive team.
  • Regular and relevant professional development.
  • The chance to make a difference.
  • A forward thinking school.
  • Polite and well-motivated pupils

The post is 20hrs per week term time only plus 3 weeks working 7.00am – 11.00am. (will be required to work all the PD Days and the last week of the Summer holidays, remaining time will be agreed and arranged around school requirements)The successful applicant will need to have a flexible approach to their work and may be required to work additional hours for which additional payment will be made.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged, please telephone Mrs L Collishaw School Business Manager on 01642 314548 or email lyn.collishaw@overfieldsprimary.org.uk  to arrange an appointment.

Overfields Primary School actively encourages the professional development of its staff and is a happy and caring place to work. It achieves high standards and works in partnership with all stakeholders to support pupil progress. Within our trust we have highly motivated pupils, a highly motivated and committed staff and excellent resources.

Closing Date:- 12pm on the Friday 26th April 2024. Please note if you have not been contacted by the 2nd May 2024 your application has been unsuccessful.

Overfields Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed.  This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check

Overfields Primary School – Lunchtime Supervisor

Overfields Primary School wish to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant to join the current team at Overfields Primary School. Duties will include supervising children, both in the dining hall and playground, leading play activities and ensuring the safety, wellbeing and good behaviour of all our children.  Ideally, the successful candidate will have experience of working with children within the primary age group. 

Grade/Salary:  Grade A+ SCP 2

Hours:  5 hours Term Time Only

Contractual Status:  Permanent (subject to probationary period)

Required ASAP

We can offer:

  • Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme
  • A welcoming, supportive team.
  • Regular and relevant professional development.
  • The chance to make a difference.
  • A forward thinking school.
  • Polite and well-motivated pupils

Overfields Primary School actively encourages the professional development of its staff and is a happy and caring place to work. It achieves high standards and works in partnership with all stakeholders to support pupil progress. Within our school we have highly motivated pupils, a highly motivated and committed staff and excellent resources.

Closing Date:- 12pm on Friday 26th April 2024

Please note if you have not been contacted by the 29th April 2024 your application has been unsuccessful.

Overfields Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed.  This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check

Zetland Primary School – Catering Assistant

Mellors are currently recruiting for Catering Assistant for 15 hours per week at Zetland Primary School.

For more information, please contact:

Mel Fletcher — Area Manager
MelanieF@mellors.co.uk
07581502429

Why work for us? 

The Ironstone Academy Trust is a Trust based in The Northeast of England; our family of 6 primary schools, including a Specially resourced provision supporting pupils Speech and Language development, promotes the dignity, self-esteem and development of every one of our pupils and staff. 

The ironstone that was mined from beneath our schools went to produce the steel that powered an industrial revolution and transformed the world; our belief is that with the right support our children will do the same, to the benefit of generations to come.  

Our schools offer a supportive network of colleagues who work together to deliver high-quality education, with a curriculum that meets requirements of our young people and gives them every opportunity to succeed in adult life. 

We are dedicated to academic excellence and the spiritual, physical, and moral development of all our 1,800 pupils, as well as the ongoing development and fulfilment of every one of our 250 plus staff.  

Our schools provide modern facilities and a safe and secure environment that reflects and supports family values, where standards of behaviour are excellent and parental engagement and collaboration is central to our success. 

We are inclusive and are respectful, encouraging a culture of tolerance where people of diverse identities are recognised, welcomed, respected, and cherished. 

We seek to make a difference to the lives of all groups of children, working to ensure especially that the most vulnerable in our society are not disadvantaged.  

Each school aspires for excellence and is on a journey of continual year-on-year improvement. The Trust promotes strong working relationships: our staff have positive links with colleagues, and have clear strategic aims built on our mission and values. 

We: 

  • Celebrate and share the practice of our outstanding schools, leaders and teachers 
  • Are committed to excellent governance that challenges, supports and holds to account 
  • Have strong leadership at all levels 
  • Ensure our pupils receive outstanding teaching  
  • Offer a wide range of curricular and extracurricular experiences  
  • Develop parents and carers as active partners in their child’s progress. 

We are building a Trust where children are at the heart of everything decision we make, every child is valued, and every family is supported.  

Employee Benefits and Wellbeing 

Ironstone Academy Trust recognises the importance of staff welfare and a managed workload, and this is reflected in the way we treat our people. 

As a responsible and caring employer, we appreciate and value each of our staff. Their holistic health and wellbeing are vital to enabling all of us to maintain the optimum work-life balance.  

We see exceptional staff welfare as an essential element towards enabling us to develop a rich, nurturing climate for learning across all our schools. 

We offer a broad package of emotional and practical support to our colleagues.  

We are clear about our expectations of employees and offer a positive, transparent and supportive working culture in return. 

We offer: 

  • Competitive pay 
  • Defined benefit pensions 
  • Performance-related pay progression and recognition of additional responsibilities 
  • Annual cost of living adjustment 
  • On-site parking at our school premises 

Additional benefits include access to: 

  • Access to support services for all staff 
  • Cycle2Work and IT purchase scheme 

IAT is committed to equality of opportunity and will not tolerate any harassment, intimidation, discrimination, or victimisation. 

We encourage staff to undertake training and development and to explore new challenges within the Trust wherever appropriate.  

Please note that we do not accept CVs.

 

Do you want to train to be a Teacher?  Please click on the link NESTA for more information.

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