Staff Vacancies

Plymouth School of Creative Arts requires the following posts:

Due to the continued expansion of our school we have the following vacancies.

Non teaching post required for July 2018

 

Due to the successful securing of funding from the National Lottery and Sport England families fund  we have the following vacancy.

 

Project coordinator – 22 hours a week, 52 weeks a year – FTE until 31st March 2021

 

Grade E 24 – 27 Salary £21,962 – £24,174

This post provide a great opportunity for someone that is keen to add their own talents into an inspirational and highly motivated team. We are building a dynamic ‘All Through’ 3 to 16 school. We opened in September 2013 with 94 children and will be full this September with 1050 young people! Together with Plymouth College of Art, we provide a continuum for creative learning from foundation stage to master’s degree that is of international interest. Our purpose is described in just four words – Creating Individuals, Making Futures.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised individual  to coordinate the operational delivery of the Sport England families fund project on behalf of PSCA and its delivery partners (Red 22 CIC, Plymouth Youth sailing, Lynher CIC, Mountbatten Centre and Cornwall Surf Academy).

  • To target and build relationships with families interested in joining the project and support them to become more physically active via the range and programme of activities delivered by our partners
  • To support individuals to engage with the project as volunteers

You will have an ability to build relationships with young people and adults; and act as a mentor and coach to individuals will a history of little or no engagement with water based activities.  Teamwork, a keen appetite for learning and innovation and a commitment to supporting others and challenging yourself are essential qualities. You will be joining a strong team and working with some innovative partner organisations to create exemplary practice. Applicants should have a commitment to their own learning, including research, and be able to adapt to changing and individual needs. In return, we will provide the support; encouragement and resources to help us all achieve great things together.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Further information about our school is available on this website. We recommend you visit if at all possible, so that you can fully appreciate the distinctiveness of the school. These tours take place on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings, please ring 01752 221927 to book onto these. Please see the documents below to support your application. Completed application forms should be returned by e-mail to hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by 4 June 2018.  Interviews to be held on 14 June 2018.

Families fund project coordinator Job Description and Person Spec.

 

 

After School Club Lead  – Permanent up to 0.37 FTE

We are looking for someone to join our strong team that is developing a fun and creative After School Care service for students, from 3 to 11 years old, as part of our All Through School.

Our purpose is creating individuals, making futures. Teamwork and a commitment to supporting others and challenging yourself are essential qualities. Applicants should have a commitment to their own, the teams learning and be able to adapt to changing and individual need. In return we will provide the support, encouragement and resources to help us all achieve great things together.

In your application, please specify:

Your expertise and passions,
Any experience of leading and development in a team,
Thoughts on how to develop to role to build links within The Red House community,
What does creating individuals, making futures mean to you.


To apply for the post, please see the documents below to support your application. Completed non-teaching application forms should be returned by e-mail to hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by midday by Friday 25 May 2018.  Interviews will take place the week beginning 11 June 2018.  Visits to the school are possible by arrangement, please ring 01752 221927 for details.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

ASC Lead May 2018

 

 

 

Teaching Posts Required for September 2018

Secondary Maths Teacher Full Time 1.0 FTE Teacher Pay Spine

 

Secondary English Teacher Full Time 1.0 FTE Teacher Pay Spine

 

These posts provide a great opportunity for someone that is keen to add their own talents into an inspirational and highly motivated team. We are building a dynamic ‘All Through’ 3 to 16 school. We opened in September 2013 with 94 children and will be full this September with 1050 young people! Together with Plymouth College of Art, we provide a continuum for creative learning from foundation stage to master’s degree that is of international interest. Our purpose is described in just four words – Creating Individuals, Making Futures.

 

We are looking for an excellent teachers who will develop the highest expectations and facilitate exceptional standards of learning and progress. You will have a passion for your subject and can see connections to this in everyday life. We use a project based approach to learning and see the development of core skills as vital to this. Teamwork, a keen appetite for learning and innovation and a commitment to supporting others and challenging yourself are essential qualities. You will be joining a strong team and working with some innovative partner organisations to create exemplary practice. Applicants should have a commitment to their own learning, including research, and be able to adapt to changing and individual needs. In return, we will provide the support; encouragement and resources to help us all achieve great things together.

 

In your application, please specify:

 

  1. Your expertise, passions and vision for your subject
  2. The impact of your teaching on learning
  3. What does Creating Individuals, Making Futures mean to you

 

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Further information about our school is available on this website. We recommend you visit if at all possible, so that you can fully appreciate the distinctiveness of the school. These tours take place on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings, please ring 01752 221927 to book onto these. Please see the documents below to support your application. Completed application forms should be returned by e-mail to hr@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk by midday on Tuesday 8th May.

 

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