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Non-Teaching Vacancies

Ashmole Academy Trust was formed in 2015 building upon the success of Ashmole Academy and its tradition of outstanding school performance. The Trust currently consists of a primary and secondary school and has future expansion plans.  

Ashmole Academy is a forward looking, high achieving secondary school with an excellent team of staff.   The school has an excellent reputation within the local community with strong support from governors, parents and pupils.   We currently have approximately 1600 pupils with a growing and vibrant 6th Form of approximately 360.  Our examination results are consistently high and the Academy remains heavily oversubscribed every year.

Please find below all current non-teaching vacancies:
Please use an application form, either PDF or Word, which can be found at the foot of this page.

Part time Art Technician  

Point 17  Term Time Only - 20 hours per week  (8:30am - 12:30pm - Monday-Friday)

£9,059pa

 

If you are interested in the above vacancy please apply using the form available at the foot of this page. Please email your completed application to age@ashmoleacademy.org. If you have any queries please telephone Human Resources on 020 8361 2703

 

Please click here to download the job description.

Closing Date for applications:  Friday 1 June 2018


HLTA/Cover Supervisor - Geography

Full time 36 hours per week pay point 26-29 – actual salary
£21,245 - £23,398pa

Ashmole Academy is looking to appoint a HLTA/Cover Supervisor for our Geography department who will be responsible for supervising classes during the absence of teaching staff.  Under the direction and supervision of teaching staff, the successful candidate will also provide learning support and assistance to pupils in and out of the classroom and may also work with small groups of pupils and on a one-to-one basis.

The successful candidate will have a Geography (or related) degree, will have a passion to inspire and maintain high quality of teaching and learning and have a flexible approach to their job role.   This may be suitable for candidates who are considering a career in teaching and the School Direct Programme.

We may consider this post as a 1 year work experience foundation for a candidate who meets the eligibility requirement for teacher training.

If you are interested in the above vacancy please apply using the form available at the foot of this page. Please email your completed application to age@ashmoleacademy.org. If you have any queries please telephone Human Resources on 020 8361 2703

Please click here to download the job description.

Closing Date for applications:  Thursday 17th May 2018


General Kitchen Assistant

Permanent/Actual Salary £14,191pa

40 hours per week (6:30am – 3:00pm) – 40 working weeks
 

Ashmole Academy Trust is a dynamic and expanding group of schools, which includes one of the most successful secondary schools in the country and a new free school primary opened September 2016.

We are now looking for a General Kitchen Assistant to join the kitchen team.  This position includes:

  • Simple cooking duties.
  • The serving of meals and operating of a touchscreen till.
  • General kitchen and dining room duties e.g. washing-up and the setting up and the clearing away of equipment as well as dining tables and chairs.
  • The cleaning of the kitchen and it’s surround and equipment.
  • To be aware of customer needs.
  • Under the direction of the Kitchen Manager to ensure that food is prepared, cooked and served in a safe manner.
  • Under the direction of the Kitchen Manager to comply with food hygiene legislation and health and safety legislation.

If you are interested in the above vacancy please apply using the form available at the foot of this page. Please email your completed application to age@ashmoleacademy.org. If you have any queries please telephone Human Resources on 020 8361 2703

Please click here to download the job description.

Closing Date for applications: TBC


Ashmole Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children  and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.