We have a number of vacancies, full and part time, for various fixed term periods within our School and Children’s Home for children and young adults with complex medical, physical and learning difficulties.
Clerk to Governors
Salary £6558 pa pro rata - required asap
Part-time, term-time only (plus one week during the summer holidays)
We are looking for a Clerk to Governors with excellent communication, administrative and IT skills to work with our Governing Body, the Headteacher and the Director of Social Care. The Clerk will also provide support and guidance with statutory requirements, e.g. Ofsted frameworks. The Clerk will also act as the Secretary to the Jewell Bequest Charitable Trust. Previous experience of being a Clerk to Governors is desirable although training may be available to the right applicant. You will need to show proven strengths at the very highest level in the following areas: administrative skills including taking minutes; IT knowledge; communication skills. You will also need to be an excellent team player, a multi-tasker and be able to work to tight deadlines. Experience of a busy office is also essential. There is some flexibility within the working hours dependent on the needs of this role but an average of 17-20 hours per week is expected during term-time. The Clerk will also need to work one week through school holidays, although this can be a flexible arrangement.
£29,404 - £31,022 (37 hour week / flexible hours)
We are currently looking for a Home Manager who can lead a team of skilled and dedicated staff to run a residential home with eight beds, supporting young adults from the ages of 18-25 years. Closing date 5th June 2013
Residential Support Workers
£15,720 - £18,248 (37 hour week shift work)
We are currently looking to employ a team of dedicated staff to support a young lady with a debilitating health condition within one of our residential bungalows. Previous experience in supporting young people with disabilities who can present complex behaviours and an understanding of positive behaviour management is essential. Specific training for this and every day health care needs will be provided, as will ongoing support. The role is based within the residential bungalow, and involves shift work, including some weekends and Bank Holidays. However, knowledge of education would be an advantage as this role will involve working in the school alongside the teachers and teaching assistants. Part of the role will be to support with activities, so if you can swim and drive one of our vehicles that would be an advantage.
Closing date 30th June 2013
Support Workers (Futures@ChaileyHeritage which is the Young Adults Transition Service at Chailey Heritage) /
Support Workers (Children's Home)
Full and Part time posts working all year Level 1 and Level 2 /
SCP range 8-13 according to experience & qualifications (starting £15,720 pa)
We have vacancies within the Young Adults Transition Service (Futures@ChaileyHeritage) and the Children's Home at Chailey Heritage for support workers. Due to restrictions we are unable to recruit personnel who are under 23 years of age; we will however take applications from prospective candidates who are within 3 months of their 23rd birthday. There is also the opportunity for candidates who can demonstrate the required knowledge and experience, as shown in the person specification/job description, to be considered for higher posts. All posts in the residential bungalows involve early and late shift patterns, weekend work; some split shifts may be required.
Supply/Bank Care Workers
Teachers (Full and Part Time available)
Current scale point plus SEN Allowance 1
Here is a wonderful opportunity for teachers who have QTS and are particularly experienced in teaching disabled children who are working within the P scales, many of whom have additional sensory impairments. You will need to be proficient in the use of ICT and AAC in the classroom setting. We welcome applications from NQTs who have developed knowledge of SEN through placements or training.
Closing date 5th June 2013.
An informal visit prior to application is highly recommended.
Level 2 Grade 3 Scale Points 11 - 13
32.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm full time term time
£12,146 to £12,690 pa dependent on skills and experience
We require a Teaching Assistant to provide support to young people in our Secondary Department.
Closing date 5th June 2013
Welfare/Lunchtime Assistants (£7.94 per hour)
Part time up to 10 hours per week
Working Monday to Friday 12 -2pm term time only; assisting children with their lunch, personal care and a variety of activites; providing a positive and fulfilling experience, as part of a very dedicatied team.
We provide induction training and company pension scheme.
For more information contact
or tel: 01825 724444 ext 112.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. These posts are subject to enhanced CRB clearance.