Job Vacancies, Hurlingham Academy: Careers And Learning Resource Manager, Hurlingham Academy

16 July 2019 Share

THE HURLINGHAM ACADEMY Job title: Careers and Learning Resource Manager, 41 weeks/year, 37.5 hr/day Required: September 2019 Salary: Competitive About the role: We are seeking to appoint an innovative Careers and Learning Resource Manager who will promote a learning ethos,

THE HURLINGHAM ACADEMY

Job title: Careers and Learning Resource Manager, 41 weeks/year, 37.5 hr/day

Required: September 2019 

Salary: Competitive

About the role:  We are seeking to appoint an innovative Careers and Learning Resource Manager who will promote a learning ethos, encouraging students to use the Library for a variety of different types of study.

The Person: You will need to have professional qualification or relevant experience in Library and Information Science.

The successful candidate will need to be able to work independently as well as part of a team. You will need to be able to work under pressure, have excellent communications skills, and be computer literate. 

You will have experience in promoting the development of reading and love of literature, and to manage, monitor and evaluate, educational resources and their use, ensuring relevancy to the curriculum and School Improvement Plan within the allotted budget.

You will be enthusiastic about working within a school environment, and supporting the needs of the Academy.

About Hurlingham Academy: Located just south of Parsons Green in the west London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, the small 11-16 school is the kind of place where you can make a huge impact at every level and in every role, whilst being able to enjoy the benefits of a central London location. With calm and friendly classrooms, staff and students have the perfect environment to do what they do best: teach and learn.

We are seeking to appoint committed and hardworking staff who are passionate about making a difference to the lives of our children and young people.

Additional information: For an informal discussion about the role please contact Ian Ilett at Hurlingham Academy on 02077312581.

 It is important that all applicants complete the full application process at https://unitedlearning.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/1659511?cid=1567

Closing date: noon, Friday 26th July 2019.

Safeguarding info: The Hurlingham Academy are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check is required for all successful applicants.

UNITED LEARNING is a subsidiary charity of the not-for-profit charity, the United Church Schools (UCS) and shares with it the objective of managing schools which offer students a high quality education based on the principles of service and tolerance. Registered Charity No. 1093277.

Hurlingham Academy JD & Person Spec

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WRENN SCHOOL, RESOURCE CENTRE MANAGER

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Wrenn School
Resource Centre Manager 

Part time- 3 days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)  

Permanent Post 

22.5 hours per week (8.00am – 4.00pm each day) 

38 weeks per year (term time only)

Start date – ASAP  

Actual Salary: Grade 7 Points 23- 25 (Actual £13,742.19 - £14,651.24 per annum)

Grading and Salary will be based in accordance with our Pay Policy, linked to Performance

We are looking to appoint for a new member of staff to join our expanding English team and share the running of our Learning Resource Centre. The successful applicant will be working across both sites (London and Doddington Road).

Wrenn School was awarded SCHOOL OF THE YEAR 2018 (Northampton Education Awards) and has the ambition, the expertise and the determination to ensure that our outcomes will continue to improve beyond our current P8 score of +0.19. To do this, it is vital that we attract the right calibre of professional to work alongside our dedicated team of staff. We are looking for a colleague who shares the clear vision that the child is at the heart of everything we do, who can enjoy positive, professional relationships with young people and who demonstrates high levels of resilience and emotional intelligence.

Your career and development as a member of staff is important to us and every member of staff receives an Individual Professional Development Programme. We empower staff to take ownership of their career progression and we invest significantly in training, outreach work and research projects linked to the needs of our students and the school.

The successful candidate will be joining our family at an exciting time where we aim to be recognised as a top 10% school in the UK by 2021.  We believe that every student is entitled to an outstanding education where they have excellent opportunities to achieve beyond their potential. We have a traditional ethos called 'Proud to be Wrenn' underpinning our School and strive to develop the aspirations and values of every student and member of staff.

Situated on the outskirts of the town of Wellingborough, Wrenn is a popular School with dynamic, inspirational and caring staff.  Expectations are high, Wrenn demands high standards and aspirations from students and staff alike, with an excellent programme of CPD support that will support and develop your career at Wrenn.

For an application pack or to arrange a visit to our School, please contact Miss A Pomroy, 01933 222039 or alice.wright@wrennschool.org.uk or download the documents below or visit our website  www.wrennschool.org.uk

Closing date: Monday 2nd September 2019

Interview date: Week commencing 9th September 2019   

We are an equal opportunities employer.  The organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, we expect all staff to share this commitment.   An enhanced DBS check, together with references from previous employers will be requested for short-listed applicants prior to interview.

Wrenn LRC Manager - Recruitment Information Pack

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Wrenn Application form support staff excluding TAs

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Wrenn Equality and diversity monitoring form staff

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