Key Person - Early Years

Location
Epsom Downs, Surrey
Salary
FTE Salary £15,308.00 - £17,316.00 per annum
Posted
28 Jun 2017
Closes
21 Jul 2017
Ref
SL/MB/09 2017
Hours
Part Time
Contract Type
Permanent

We are looking for enthusiastic, conscientious candidates who have the ability to work as part of a close team in our Rainbow Early Years Unit.

As a Key Person you will support the teacher with the care, development and education of young children.  You will ensure the well being, behaviour and personal development of pupils by assisting their learning opportunities and life skills. 

We are a unique and vibrant Primary School and Children’s Centre situated on the edge of the famous racecourse.  We enjoy a pleasant, large and spacious site with excellent facilities for both indoor and outdoor learning.  The Foundation Stage, graded as outstanding by Ofsted at our last inspection, is designed to a high standard to meet the needs of children aged 3-5 before they move into Key Stage 1 & 2.  This post is for 35.5 hours per week and term time only. 

The full time equivalent salary scale is Surrey Pay Scale S3 £15,308.00 - £17,316.00 dependent upon experience.  For the hours & term time weeks worked this equates to an annual salary of between £12,185.06 and £13,783.41. This salary is averaged and paid over the normal working year which means that you are salaried during the school holiday weeks that you are not working.  This method of pay is called ‘spread over’ pay.

The position will include organising self registration of the children in your group, caring for the children’s pastoral needs to ensure they feel safe and cared for.  You will be building sound relationships with the parents of the children in your group as there is day to day contact with parents and carers.  Included in the hours is time for organising and maintaining the learning environment and the Rainbow Unit’s wonderful and extensive resources.

We can offer you:

  • A friendly and supportive team
  • A vibrant environment with quality resources
  • Personal development opportunities

For further details about this position including salary and for more information about Epsom Downs Primary School and Children’s Centre please download the job description attached to this advert and visit our website.

Epsom Downs Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. It is a requirement for the successful applicant to undertake a school issued Enhanced CRB check and accept the responsibility for providing and safeguarding the welfare of all pupils and children. Epsom Downs Primary School is an equal opportunities employer, and selects staff on merit, irrespective of race, sex, disability or age.
 

These positions are available from the beginning of September so we will be shortlisting and interviewing as applications come in to ensure we see candidates before the summer break begins.  Please also ensure that we have an up to date email and telephone number to contact you in the event of an interview being offered.