Current Vacancies


HOURS: Term Time (38 weeks) 2.5 hours per week

SALARY: Poole Grade D, Level 5-6, £18,795 - £19,171 per annum, pro rata

CLOSING DATE: Sunday 23rd June 2019

START DATE: September 2019

Springdale is a friendly and caring school that is proud to provide an outstanding learning environment for our children and families. We are therefore looking for someone with the right skill set, who is organised, effective with time and available to attend our meetings. All are held in term time, some are in the mornings and some early evening.

If you feel you would like to contribute to a successful, vibrant and happy school community then please contact the school for further information.

JOB/PERSON SUMMARY:

The Governors of Springdale First School are seeking to appoint a Clerk to support the effective running of the Governing Body.  This role will involve ensuring Governors are kept up to date; minutes are completed and distributed with key documents in a timely and systematic way. The Clerk will support the Headteacher and Chair of Governor’s in preparing for meetings, and keeping governors informed of training opportunities. Liaison with other key members of the Springdale team will be essential when required.

WE ARE SEEKING A PROFESSIONAL INDIVIDUAL WHO:

  • Has excellent ICT skills including Word, Excel and the ability to work with other school based systems, web site management (training would be provided)
  • Has experience working with taking notes/ minutes
  • Has administrative experience
  • Has excellent communication skills with a wide range of people
  • Is well organised, systematic and has the ability to prioritise effectively, working efficiently to deadlines.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. Please call on 01202 692700 or email b.feltham@springdale.poole.sch.uk  to make an appointment.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Should you wish to apply for this vacancy, please view the job description and complete the application form which can be found here and return to Mrs B Feltham, bfeltham@springdale.poole.sch.uk or post to Springdale First School, Springdale Road, Broadstone, BH18 9BW


THE HILLARY PARTNERSHIP

The Hillary Partnership is part of a Multi Academy Trust called the Hamwic Education Trust. At the Hamwic Education Trust we offer unique opportunities for those individuals that excel in education.

We aim to deliver an outstanding education to our pupils and to do so we must employ outstanding people.

We offer a training pathway for all employees including teachers, support staff and our middle and senior leaders.

Our staff have opportunities to work on cross phase projects and to work in other schools within the Trust in order to gain invaluable experience and enhance their skills.

All schools with the Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.


Application Form

Please click the "application form" link below to view the job description and person specification for the role.

Application Form

ROLE:  Lunchtime Supervisor

SCHOOL: Springdale First School

HOURS: Term Time (39 weeks) 5 hours per week

SALARY: Poole Grade C, Level 10-13, £18,065 - £18,426 per annum pro rata

CLOSING DATE: Sunday 7th July 2019

START DATE: 30th September 2019

ADVERT:

Springdale is a friendly and caring school that is proud to provide an outstanding learning environment for our children and families.

If you feel you would like to contribute to a successful, vibrant and happy school community then please contact the school for further information.

JOB/PERSON SUMMARY:

The Governors of Springdale First School are seeking to appoint a Lunchtime Supervisor.

Responsibilities include:

§  Serving hot meals

§  Assisting children while they are eating (hot meals or packed lunches)

§  Maintaining a calm and orderly environment while children are eating and playing

§  Leading play activities (may be indoors or outdoors)

§  Ensuring that children are safe at all times

§  Working across all age ranges (Foundation Stage to Year 4)

Previous experience working with children in this capacity would be advantageous. 

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. Please call on 01202 692700 or email bfeltham@springdale.poole.sch.uk  to make an appointment.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Should you wish to apply for this vacancy, please view the job description and complete the application form which can be found at www.springdale.poole.sch.ukand return to Mrs B Feltham, bfeltham@springdale.poole.sch.ukor post to Springdale First School, Springdale Road, Broadstone, BH18 9B

THE HILLARY TRUST

The Hillary Partnership is part of a Multi Academy Trust called the Hamwic Education Trust. At the Hamwic Education Trust we offer unique opportunities for those individuals that excel in education.

We aim to deliver an outstanding education to our pupils and to do so we must employ outstanding people.

We offer a training pathway for all employees including teachers, support staff and our middle and senior leaders.

Our staff have opportunities to work on cross phase projects and to work in other schools within the Trust in order to gain invaluable experience and enhance their skills.

All schools with the Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.


Application Form

Please click the "application form" link below to view the job description and person specification for the role.

Application Form

"Pupils thrive at the school, developing outstanding attitudes to learning due to the excellent relationships they form with adults and the very practical, interesting and challenging lesson activities provided. Their excellent behaviour is evident in all aspects of school life."