Required for 25 hours per week, term time, you will provide a support role to the teaching and non-teaching staff of the school, the Head Teacher and interface with both FES and the Education, Skills & Children’s Services Department.
Duties include: school crossing patrol and general supervision of pupils at lunchtime and the beginning and end of the school day, taking action to ensure the health and safety of pupils in the bus park; carrying out regular checks on the environmental state of the building (especially classrooms) and reporting abnormal CO2 levels or temperatures to the Head Teacher; carrying out regular checks on the fabric of the building and its surrounds and reporting defects to the Head Teacher for uploading on the FES helpdesk; undertaking messenger and internal delivery duties as required; supervision of pupil activities at the outdoor pitches at break times including lunchtimes if required.
You must have: the ability to work to standards set by school management with minimum supervision; the ability to supervise pupils when required; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; an awareness of health and safety issues in relation to general workplace activity; knowledge of the Highway Code and basic road safety and basic health and safety; knowledge of the reporting requirements under RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995).
Salary for the above post is inclusive of Distant Islands Allowance. Appointment to post will be on the first point of the grade with annual incremental progression.
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