Teaching & Management Vacancies

Full time Maths teacher MPS – UPS

Closing date: 12 noon on 29th January 2019

Interviews w/c 4th February 2019

Please apply through the TES website


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Non-Teaching Vacancies

Kitchen Assistant

Grade 2 – £7,800 – £7,979 per year

20 hours per week

40 weeks per year

We are looking for someone reliable and hardworking to join our team in the fast paced School Kitchen here at St Nicholas Catholic High School.

Application Deadline: 13th February 2019

Interviews: W/C 25th February

Our school community places the highest priority on keeping children safe.  Applications for all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS criminal record check.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and a criminal background check using the services of the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Applicants should be fully supportive of the School’s Catholic foundation and Christian ethos.

To comply with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 (as amended by S147 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002), all prospective employees will be required to supply evidence of eligibility to work in the UK.

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Job Description

Person Specification

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PTFA Chair – Voluntary Role

Main purpose of the role

The Chair directs meetings, making sure everyone’s views are heard and everyone is involved in the meeting. He or she should make sure all committee members (Treasurer, Vice-Chair, Secretary) are familiar with the association’s constitution and their role and responsibilities as a committee member and trustee (all committee members are automatically trustees of the association).

Duties and key responsibilities

  • Prepares for meetings (with the Secretary)
  • Invites committee members, parents and staff
  • Suggests items for the agenda
  • Identifies outstanding items from last meeting
  • Prepares introductions for any new members attending
  • Sets the ground rules for meetings and makes sure they are inclusive and efficient
  • Delegates tasks to other members and volunteers, and checks they are completed
  • Liaises with the school and requests a ‘wish list’ for the committee to agree what to fund
  • Ensures the committee fulfils its role in respect of governance of the association as set out in the constitution, for example holding an AGM, election of committee, working with the Treasurer to ensure annual returns to the Charity Commission are returned
  • Ensures any decisions made are clear, fit the objects of the constitution, and arrived at by agreement of the committee
  • Writes the annual report for the association (with the Secretary)
  • Can be a signatory on the PTFA bank account (along with at least one other committee member)

Key skills

  • Confident and assertive –able to control meetings and call to order when necessary, making sure everyone has an opportunity to speak.
  • Ability to remain impartial – make sure contributions are brief and ensure everyone’s views are respected.
  • Calm, friendly and approachable – as the main point of contact for the PTFA for the school and parents the Chair must be inclusive and make sure everyone feels welcome.
  • Organised and able to delegate – the Chair should make sure the workload is shared and tasks are completed as agreed.