Deputy Manager - St George & St Teresa Catholic Primary School

Location
St George & St Teresa Catholic Primary School
Salary
£20,852 - £23,484 Per Annum Pro Rata (Actual Salary £7,336 - £8,193)
Posted
28 Jul 2022
Closes
05 Sep 2022
Job Ref
SOLED000005403
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Part time permanent
Working Pattern
Job Share
Hours
Part-Time

£20852.00 - £23484.00 p.a. Incremental progression is dependent on performance.

Hours:
15.0 Hours per Week

This is a part-time post which involves being part of and together with the manager leading a highly 
effective team in delivering a high quality childcare/education service to meet the needs of the 
children and their families.

Main Duties
Provision
 To contribute to the school ethos, promote the Gospel Virtues, work with colleagues 
and develop a positive learning/working environment. 
 Assisting the Manager and leading the team.
 Assisting the Manager with developing the curriculum and environment.
 To lisiase with the EYFS team to ensure quality of practise.
 Assisting the Manager carrying out day to day administration, record keeping, ordering and 
purchasing of materials and equipment.
 To deputise and take a lead in the Manager’s absence.
 To carry out the key worker role for children in his/her care to support their learning 
and wellbeing
 To implement curriculum planning including:
o Setting up of activities creating a stimulating environment both indoors and 
outdoors
o Weekly Planning

Post Title Deputy Manager Dragons Post No
Directorate Our Lady and All Saints MAC
Division Dragons Child Care Services
Salary Band/Range Band C £21,203 - £23,680 FTE Actual starting salary £7,336 - £8,193 
negotiable depending on experience. 15 hours per week 39 weeks to 
include 5 INSET days.
Responsible to Manager of Childcare Services

o Engaging with children and carrying out the play partner role
o Assessing and recording of children’s progress – meeting the requirements of 
EYFS, so that children’s attainment and progress is sustained
o Clearing away, maintaining high standards within the environment
 To be flexible and creative and be committed to providing outstanding
childcare/education
 To promote good practice in a professional and inclusive manner
 To work within school policies and procedures
 To promote inclusive attitudes and practices
 To undertake such duties as may become necessary to ensure the successful 
running of the service
 To use initiative in developing displays
 To ensure the facility is ready for use including food preparation, eating areas, play 
space, toilet areas
 Staff will be expected to provide intimate personal care
Working in Partnership
Children:
 To work and interact with the children encouraging them to participate in all activities 
and projects developing the characteristics of effective learning
 To encourage the children to be involved in initiating their own activities and projects
and have a real enjoyment of learning
Staff:
 To work with other staff to plan and implement a varied, exciting and flexible range of 
activities, which are age appropriate
 To work in partnership with other childcare/school staff as part of a highly motivated 
and professional team
 Work in close partnership with all school staff and support the whole school ethos
 To work in partnership with the Manager/Leader to promote a positive and proactive 
approach in order to uphold a highly motivated and professional team
 To complete day-to-day administration and record-keeping
 To promote close working relationships with school staff
General:
 To show a real commitment to your own on-going CPD through attending and 
participating in staff meetings and attending relevant training opportunities/courses 
 To have regard for the Health & Safety policy and your responsibilities under it

This post will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check.

Please note we do not accept CVs.

Solihull Council is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees - a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit.

Solihull Council has a responsibility for, and a commitment to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Supporting documents
Job Description and Person Specification
Recruitment Monitoring Form
DBS Disclosure Form
Application Form
Advert
Fair Processing Notice

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