£18,562 to £20,493 pro rata – Actual Salary £16,229 to £17,917
Hours per week: 36.50 per week, term time only
Contract Type: Permanent
Kings Heath Boys School
Job Start Date: 1 January 2022
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone Number: 0121 464 4454
Head teacher: Mr C Etheridge
Start date: January 2022
Are you interested in working with young people? Do you have the skills to communicate with students in our multiethnic 11-16 school? We are seeking a Design Technology Technician to support teaching staff within this faculty to deliver the curriculum to all students. The post would be of interest to a creative and flexible person to provide technical
and administrative support to Design Technology, Art, Food, Drama and Music.
We are looking for an experienced individual who possesses effective communication skills and basic knowledge and understanding of practices and applications in Art and Food including Photoshop skills and experience of Microsoft Office. Knowledge of a laser cutter and 3D printer would be advantageous.
A willingness to learn and an enthusiasm for working with young people are essential.
Closing Date: 3 December 2021, 12 midday
To apply or to see full job description, please visit our website under “Our School” and “vacancies”
Please send completed application forms to: email@example.com
BCC is a Living Wage employer
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to necessary pre-employment checks, including: an enhanced DBS; Childcare Disqualification (where applicable); qualifications (where applicable); medical fitness; identity and right to work. All applicants will be required to provide two suitable references.
Rehabilitation of offenders: This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020. Which means that when applying for certain jobs and activities certain spent convictions and cautions are ‘protected’, so they do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. Further information about filtering offences can be found in the DBS filtering guide.