Vacancies

​General Teaching Assistant

Location

Northallerton

Contract Type / Term

Permanent Contract - 32.5 Hours / week, Term Time Only

Salary: Band 4, Points 9-13 (£16,755- £17,391 pro rata; Actual Salary £12,560.74 - £13,037.53 p.a.)

Dates

Apply by Wednesday 4th July 2018, Job start 1st September 2018 

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​Exams Officer

Location

Northallerton

Contract Type / Term

37 hours per week, Term Time Only + 3 Weeks (111 hours) - there will be a need for some flexibility as longer hours will be necessary during examination periods and a requirement to be present on GCSE and GCE Results Days in August.

Permanent

Salary: Band 8, Points 22 – 25 (£21,074 - £23,111 pro rata)

Dates

Apply by 2nd July 2018, Job start September 2018 or sooner if possible

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​Teacher of Humanities / History

Location

Northallerton

Contract Type / Term

Full Time, Permanent

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Dates

Apply by 10am, Monday 2nd July 2018

Job start: Preferable 1st September 2018, but would also accept 1st January 2019

Interview: TBC

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​Cover Supervisor / Pastoral Support Officer

Location

Northallerton

Contract Type / Term

37 Hours per week, Term Time Only 

Salary: Pay Band 7 (£19,446 - £21,074 pro rata)

Dates

Apply by Monday 25th June 2018, Job start September 2018.

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Living & working in Northallerton, North Yorkshire - The locality

Northallerton is the county town of North Yorkshire and is the seat of The North Yorkshire County Council.

Set between the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the west and the North York Moors National Park to the east the town has been a centre of communications for centuries.

Teesside is 40 minutes away by car, Leeds and York around an hour. How to find us

Since 1973, Northallerton has been served by two comprehensive schools about one mile apart – the Allertonshire School (11-14 middle deemed secondary) and Northallerton College (14-18). On April 2 2015 these two schools merged to become a single 11-18 school. Year 7 continues to be taught on the school site and the remainder of Key Stage 3 along with Key Stages 4 and 5 on the college site. The new school is called Northallerton School & Sixth Form College. It has approximately 1200 students (200 in the Sixth Form). For more information about living and teaching in North Yorkshire please visit http://www.inspireleadteach.co.uk/

What can we offer you?

  • The challenge of meaningful work – the opportunity to work in a unique school with a diverse community of students, meeting their needs and nurturing aspiration;
  • Clear vision and strategic thinking leading to the setting and achieving of challenging goals. Working learning and achieving together;
  • CPD and career progression opportunities – a place to develop and share best practice so we can all succeed no matter where our future career paths may lead;
  • A supportive team – collaboration with partners from other schools, a place where friendships can be made and we all feel valued.

Our Mission: Learning and Achieving Together

Our aim is that we learn and achieve together. To do this we will:

  • Ensure every student succeeds
  • Shape our curriculum to meet students’ interests, needs and aspirations
  • Strive to be effective in all we do
  • Work in partnership in the interests of students
  • Manage our resources to support our students

Are you the person we’ve been looking for? If so what do we expect from you?

  • A passionate commitment to education and young people - to engage, motivate and respond positively to challenge and high expectations;
  • To contribute, make a difference and have a tangible impact - turning enthusiasm and commitment into action;
  • Creative, fresh and innovative thinking - seeking out the most efficient/effective practice and to be an active participant in a process of development, using self-evaluation to enhance students’ opportunities for academic progress and personal growth;
  • A spirit of collaboration - an ability to relate to and build relationships with students, parents, and other members of the community.