Vacancies

Download the DSAT Staff and Trustee Application Forms if required below:

DSAT Staff Application Form

Part-time Cleaner Vacancy
HOURS: 22.5 hours Per week – term time (with additional recess hours)
Flanderwell Primary School
Teaching Assistant Vacancies
HOURS: 27.5 hours term time only
Flanderwell Primary School
HLTA/Learning Mentor
HOURS: 32.5 hours per week, term time plus 5 training days
Canon Popham CE Primary School
Cleaner
HOURS: 10 hrs (3.30pm until 5.30pm)
St Mary’s CE Academy, Walkley
Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant
HOURS: 10 hrs (3.30pm until 5.30pm)
St. Mary's CE Academy, Walkley
HLTA/Learning Mentor
HOURS: 32.5 hours per week, term time plus 5 training days
Canon Popham CE Primary Academy
Teaching Assistant (Permanent)
HOURS: 27.5 hrs per week
Trinity Croft CE Primary Academy
Cover supervisor, Permanent
HOURS: 30 hours / week, 5 days a week
Rossington St. Michael's CE Primary School
Teaching Assistant (Part Time)
HOURS: 32.5
Aston All Saints C of E Primary School

Part-time Cleaner Vacancy

HOURS: 22.5 hours Per week – term time (with additional recess hours) DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Flanderwell Primary School

About the Role

We are seeking to appoint a part time, early morning cleaner to start as soon as possible.

Based at Flanderwell Primary School, this is a temporary post, initially, working 22.5 hours per week ,on
a daily basis, under the direction of the Site Manager/Headteacher.

You will be required to have a flexible and enthusiastic approach. Your role will be to provide an efficient and effective cleaning service. This will include responsibility for cleaning sections of the school building on a daily basis but also a responsibility for the general cleanliness throughout school.

Applicants must:
- Have relevant experience of cleaning within a school setting
- Have a positive attitude and a desire to work as a member of a team
- Be able to work with minimal supervision to a high standard
- Be able to show initiative in identifying tasks that require attention
- Be willing to carry out some additional hours in the main school holidays, as required.

This post involves working with children and therefore if successful you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records check at an enhanced level. Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

How to Apply

For any more info please contact via the school email flanderwell@flp.dsat.education

Teaching Assistant Vacancies

HOURS: 27.5 hours term time only DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Flanderwell Primary School

About the Role

Start Date: As soon as possible
Closing Date: Friday 28th October 2022
Interview Date: TBC
Salary: Band D (SCP 5 £19,650 (£10.19 per hour) to SCP 6 £20,043 (£10.39 per hour)) pro rata

The Governing Body of Flanderwell Primary School is seeking to employ committed, self- motivated, caring and flexible individuals to join our friendly and dedicated team. The successful candidates will be well supported by a strong team of leaders, teachers and teaching assistants and will help supervise and provide support and care for young people, including individualised support for pupils who have special educational and medical needs.

We are seeking to employ individuals who have:-
• NVQ Level 3 Teaching Assistant or equivalent
• A minimum of one year’s experience working recently within a primary school
classroom
• Commitment to achieving and promoting high standards of care, learning and
behaviour
• Experience of learning interventions is desirable but not essential as training will be
given
• Ability to establish positive relationships with pupils and empathise with their needs
• Ability to work flexibly within a supportive and committed team
• Ability to use initiative and be confident in numeracy, literacy and ICT abilities
• Willingness to participate in further training and development opportunities, including
facilitating medical needs.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality on all school matters
• One of the positions requires experience of working with children with special educational needs and disabilities.

How to Apply

Further details can be requested by contacting the school: 01709 546771 or flanderwell@flp.dsat.education. Applications should be returned to the school email address by the closing date.

HLTA/Learning Mentor

HOURS: 32.5 hours per week, term time plus 5 training days DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Canon Popham CE Primary School

About the Role

Responsible to: Executive Head Teacher and Head of School
Line Manager: Head of School
Responsible for: No specific line management responsibility

Overall Purpose of the Post
The Learning Mentor will:
• take a role in co-ordinating and supporting the delivery and development of pastoral support and a tailored curriculum to vulnerable and disaffected pupils in order to help them to overcome barriers to learning.
• Contribute to the overall ethos of the school.
• Cover Supervision for classes across the primary age range.

Key Duties and Responsibilities
Supporting Pupils
• Develop and maintain positive attitudes in pupils towards the mentoring programme - such as trust and confidence.
• Observe pupils in the classroom.
• Compile timetables of support for distressed/ disaffected pupils and share with the relevant staff.
• Support identified pupils on a daily basis.
• Directed by the Head of School, work with pupils, one-to-one and in small groups, to encourage them to maximise their potential through a range of strategies and support programmes, e.g. use strategies which:
o Develop organisational skills and memory
o Develop independent and collaborative working
o Identify different learning styles
o Improve the pupils’ behaviour
• With support from the Head of School, Behaviour Lead, SENDCo and Class Teachers, draw up an action plan for each student, set regular targets and actions and monitor the outcomes – thereby evaluating progress towards a more positive approach to learning.
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of action plans and evidence of student progress.
• Constantly challenge pupils to remain motivated and focused.
• Work with individual pupils, identifying the current barriers to learning, adjusting learning activities and monitoring progress towards set targets.
• Support pupils to evaluate their progress and provide access to learning skills for personal development.
• To act as mediator where appropriate.
• To provide cover for classes on both a regular and ad hoc basis (Cover Supervision)
Liaison – Staff
• Work with staff in the early identification of pupils who may benefit from a learning mentor, e.g. those that are:
o Underachieving
o At risk of exclusion
o Poor attenders
o Disaffected
o Experiencing learning difficulties
o Lacking in self-esteem, confidence and motivation
o Experiencing anger issues
o Vulnerable to bullying
o Lacking behaviour for learning skills (poor listening, sitting etc.)
• Liaise with teaching staff to monitor student workload, work rate and access to learning.
• Regularly inform staff of developments, improvements in performance and successful strategies.
• Inform staff in good time, as regards any proposed student absences from their lessons due to the mentoring programme.
• Quality assure the timetabled interventions delivered by Support Staff, offering guidance and support as required.
Liaison – Community and Agencies
• Attend relevant meetings as required.
• Liaise with the BOSS team.
• Liaise with secondary school staff to enhance the identification and provision made for those pupils who may need additional support on transfer.
• Maintain regular contact with families/ carers of children receiving support to encourage positive family involvement in the child’s learning.
Continuing Professional Development
• In conjunction with the line manager, take responsibility for personal professional development, keeping up-to-date with research and developments in mentoring which may lead to improvements in teaching and learning.
• Monitor the quality of support interventions for distressed/ disaffected pupils delivered by other staff.
• Undertake any required professional development necessary to fulfil your role.
Safeguarding Procedures
• It is the responsibility of all members of staff to follow the correct safeguarding procedures in school.
• All staff have a duty to attend child protection training.
• All staff have a duty to read and follow the safeguarding policies in school.
• All staff have a duty to report any concerns about a child or potential breach of safeguarding procedures by an adult to the designated person for Child Protection.
Health and Safety
• Be aware of the responsibility for personal Health, Safety and Welfare and that of others, who may be affected by your actions or inactions.
• Co-operate with the employer on all issues to do with Health, Safety & Welfare.
• All staff have a duty to read and follow the health and safety policies in school.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT The Postholder’s duties must be carried out in compliance with the school’s policies and procedures, including child protection procedures and the Council’s Equal Opportunities Policy, Information Security Policies, Financial Regulations and Standing Orders, the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) and the subsequent health and safety legislation. These duties and responsibilities should be regarded as neither exhaustive nor exclusive. There will be other duties and requirements associated with your job and, in addition, as a term of your employment you may be required to undertake various other duties and responsibilities commensurate with the grading of the post. Your duties will be as set out in the above job description but please note that the Governors’ of the school reserve the right to update your job description to reflect changes in, or to, your job. You will be consulted about any proposed changes.

Canon Popham Primary Academy is an oversubscribed primary school, situated in Edenthorpe, Doncaster. We are a happy, ambitious and inclusive school reflecting a rich Christian background. The school is an academy within the Diocese of the Sheffield Academy Trust.

We are seeking to recruit an excellent HLTA/Learning Mentor to join our team. Relevant experience of working with children is required as well as experience of pastoral intervention work, SEND and behaviour support. A competent standard of English, Mathematics and ICT skills are also required. This role will entail some class cover as well as working alongside individual pupils under the direction of the leadership team, SENDCo and Behaviour Lead

We can offer:

• A ‘Good’ school
• An open culture where staff share expertise and learn from one another.
• Professional development opportunities.
• Children who thrive on routine, support and nurture.
• A friendly, supportive and dedicated team of staff.
• A curriculum that is relevant to the interests and needs of our children.
• An environment where a sense of fun is encouraged.
• A supportive environment where everyone is valued within the Christian ethos of the school.

The successful candidate will:

• Forge positive relationships with pupils, staff and parents.
• Have high expectations of themselves and others.
• Understand that, like adults, all children are different and therefore have individual needs.
• Inspire and motivate children.
• Demonstrate a shared commitment to raising standards in all that we do.
• Be open minded and committed to continually improve their practice.
• Be an enthusiastic team player with the ability to also work individually using their own initiative.
• Be committed to inclusion and equality of opportunity.
• Be flexible to the needs of the school.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

How to Apply

Closing date: Thursday 17th November
Shortlisting: Friday 18th November
Candidates will be invited to interview on this date.
Selection: Interviews 22nd November

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. To arrange a visit, please call 01302 884465.

Completed applications forms and supporting documentation should be emailed to enquiries@cpa.dsat.education or posted to Canon Popham Primary Academy, Church Balk, Edenthorpe, Doncaster, DN3 2PP and addressed to Mrs S Patton – Executive Headteacher.

Cleaner

HOURS: 10 hrs (3.30pm until 5.30pm) DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

St Mary’s CE Academy, Walkley

About the Role

Salary: Grade 1 SCP 2 pro rata
Temporary until 31st August 2023
Start Date: ASAP

St Mary’s CE Academy is looking to appoint a temporary cleaner to work as part of the premises team providing a cleaning service. Cleaning staff will be required to undertake general cleaning duties. Applicants should be highly motivated, enthusiastic and hardworking, possess good communication skills and be able to work both in a team and independently.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• To carry out cleaning duties as required including sweeping, dusting, wall washing, toilet cleaning, mopping and use of vacuum cleaners.
• To ensure that the correct equipment is used for each specific cleaning task, including electrical and mechanical equipment.
• To follow the appropriate instructions and COSHH regulations when using cleaning materials.
• To empty litter bins in classrooms and offices.
• To replenish janitorial supplies in toilets.
• To follow and be aware of responsibilities for Health & Safety measures designed to protect self, other staff and users of the premises.
• To notify the Site Supervisor/Caretaker/school office, of any damage to buildings and equipment or of anything you see that may be dangerous to pupils and/or staff.
• To ensure that windows and doors are closed when work is finished.
• To carry out planned cleaning programmes during academy closures.
• To wear the appropriate clothing, shoes, gloves, etc for the tasks involved.
• To be responsible for the care of all cleaning equipment and materials assigned to them.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and individually take responsibility for doing so.
All applications must be made on the DSAT Support Staff application form. Forms are available on request from the school office and by emailing enquiries@sma.dsat.education.
Closing date: Friday 25th November 2022
Interviews: Week beginning Monday 28th November 2022

How to Apply

Please return your completed application form to the Schools Business Manager Karen Stanley by email to enquiries@sma.dsat.education or by post to St Mary’s CE Academy, Cundy Street, SHEFFIELD, S6 2WJ.

Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant

HOURS: 10 hrs (3.30pm until 5.30pm) DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

St. Mary's CE Academy, Walkley

About the Role

Salary: Grade 1 SCP 2 pro rata
Temporary until 31st August 2023
Start Date: ASAP

St Mary’s CE Academy is looking to appoint a temporary cleaner to work as part of the premises team providing a cleaning service. Cleaning staff will be required to undertake general cleaning duties. Applicants should be highly motivated, enthusiastic and hardworking, possess good communication skills and be able to work both in a team and independently.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• To carry out cleaning duties as required including sweeping, dusting, wall washing, toilet cleaning, mopping and use of vacuum cleaners.
• To ensure that the correct equipment is used for each specific cleaning task, including electrical and mechanical equipment.
• To follow the appropriate instructions and COSHH regulations when using cleaning materials.
• To empty litter bins in classrooms and offices.
• To replenish janitorial supplies in toilets.
• To follow and be aware of responsibilities for Health & Safety measures designed to protect self, other staff and users of the premises.
• To notify the Site Supervisor/Caretaker/school office, of any damage to buildings and equipment or of anything you see that may be dangerous to pupils and/or staff.
• To ensure that windows and doors are closed when work is finished.
• To carry out planned cleaning programmes during academy closures.
• To wear the appropriate clothing, shoes, gloves, etc for the tasks involved.
• To be responsible for the care of all cleaning equipment and materials assigned to them.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and individually take responsibility for doing so.

Closing date: Friday 25th November 2022
Interviews: Week beginning Monday 28th November 2022

How to Apply

All applications must be made on the DSAT Support Staff application form. Forms are available on request from the school office and by emailing enquiries@sma.dsat.education.

HLTA/Learning Mentor

HOURS: 32.5 hours per week, term time plus 5 training days DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Canon Popham CE Primary Academy

About the Role

Dates: Apply by 17th November 2022, start January 2023.

Scale: Grade 6
Phase: Primary
Location: Doncaster
Contract term: Temporary (initially for one year)
Age range: 3 – 11

Canon Popham Primary Academy is an oversubscribed primary school, situated in Edenthorpe, Doncaster. We are a happy, ambitious and inclusive school reflecting a rich Christian background. The school is an academy within the Diocese of the Sheffield Academy Trust.

We are seeking to recruit an excellent HLTA/Learning Mentor to join our team. Relevant experience of working with children is required as well as experience of pastoral intervention work, SEND and behaviour support. A competent standard of English, Mathematics and ICT skills are also required. This role will entail some class cover as well as working alongside individual pupils under the direction of the leadership team, SENDCo and Behaviour Lead

We can offer:

• A ‘Good’ school
• An open culture where staff share expertise and learn from one another.
• Professional development opportunities.
• Children who thrive on routine, support and nurture.
• A friendly, supportive and dedicated team of staff.
• A curriculum that is relevant to the interests and needs of our children.
• An environment where a sense of fun is encouraged.
• A supportive environment where everyone is valued within the Christian ethos of the school.


The successful candidate will:

• Forge positive relationships with pupils, staff and parents.
• Have high expectations of themselves and others.
• Understand that, like adults, all children are different and therefore have individual needs.
• Inspire and motivate children.
• Demonstrate a shared commitment to raising standards in all that we do.
• Be open minded and committed to continually improve their practice.
• Be an enthusiastic team player with the ability to also work individually using their own initiative.
• Be committed to inclusion and equality of opportunity.
• Be flexible to the needs of the school.

Closing date: Thursday 17th November
Shortlisting: Friday 18th November
Candidates will be invited to interview on this date.
Selection: Interviews 22nd November
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. To arrange a visit, please call 01302 884465.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

How to Apply

Completed applications forms and supporting documentation should be emailed to enquiries@cpa.dsat.education or posted to Canon Popham Primary Academy, Church Balk, Edenthorpe, Doncaster, DN3 2PP and addressed to Mrs S Patton – Executive Headteacher

Teaching Assistant (Permanent)

HOURS: 27.5 hrs per week DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Trinity Croft CE Primary Academy

About the Role

Scale Point 7-11
Salary: £13,924 Actual Salary
Pro Rata – Term Time Only
To commence: January 2023
Closing Date: Friday 2nd December 2022 at 12pm
Interviews – Thursday 8th December 2022

Trinity Croft C. of E. Primary Academy are seeking to appoint an additional permanent Teaching Assistant to support a Key Stage 2 teacher and class.

We are looking for someone with recent experience of working in Year 6 who is be able to work on their own initiative and also work well as part of a team. We need someone with a strong commitment to supporting the learning and development of all children including those with special educational needs but with high aspirations for all.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who would welcome a new challenge within a highly inclusive and supportive Christian environment. This role is primarily to support the teacher in delivering the curriculum in class but will also include responsibility of leading learning with groups of pupils. This may involve more specialist provision such as delivering Learning Support Programmes, Speech and Language programmes and bespoke interventions as advised. The post-holder will be line managed primarily by the class teacher but may also be directed by the SENDCo and Senior Leadership Team.

The post-holder will also be required to carry out regular cover supervision of the class. This will entail overseeing learning with the whole class as directed by the teacher. The emphasis of this will be on maintaining good order and a purposeful learning atmosphere.

This post will initially be based in Year 6 but the successful applicant may be deployed to work in any class throughout the school.

There may be the possibility of this appointment being made on Scale Point 12-17 for a candidate who is able to lead PSHE provision through school alongside the Head of School/Curriculum Leader. If this is something you would like to be considered for then please make this clear in your supporting information on your application form.

How to Apply

Further enquiries about this post can be made by e-mailing the school at enquiries@tc.dsat.education .Telephone enquiries are welcomed on (01709) 850570

This post involves working with children and therefore if successful you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records check at an enhanced level. Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

Cover supervisor, Permanent

HOURS: 30 hours / week, 5 days a week DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Rossington St. Michael's CE Primary School

About the Role

Salary: Grade 6 Spinal Point 6

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, excellent and committed Teaching Assistant to join a successful team at St Michael’s CE Primary School. This is a permanent position and will involve supporting children on a 1-1 basis, in small groups and within the classroom. There is an expectation as a Cover Supervisor that there will be some occasional cover of classes, for example when covering teacher PPA. You will work alongside a dedicated team to secure the very best outcomes for all our children.

You would work for 30 hours per week, 5 days a week, term time only and will commence on 1st January 2023.

We can offer:
• Enthusiastic and well-motivated children
• Parents who are keen to be involved in the life of the school
• Staff who are friendly, hard-working and committed to providing the best education possible
• A school with high expectations and a commitment to CPD.
We are seeking:
• A dynamic, highly motivated and enthusiastic individual with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
• A person who can work in partnership with children, parents, carers and staff.
• Someone who has experience of working within an EYFS setting.
• A person who has experience of covering classes when required.
You must have GCSE or equivalent in English and Maths, Level 3 (or equivalent) and relevant experience.

Please note the closing date is Friday 2nd December 2022 at 4pm. The interviews will be held on Tuesday 6th December 2022 in the morning.

How to Apply

Application forms are available from the school office, enquiries@smp.dsat.education.

This post involves working with children and therefore if successful you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records at an enhanced level. Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.disclosure.gov.uk

Teaching Assistant (Part Time)

HOURS: 32.5 DEADLINE EXPIRED
Contact

Location

Aston All Saints C of E Primary School

About the Role

Start date: Tuesday 3rd January 2023 or as soon as possible

Salary: Band D (SCP 5 £21,575 (£11.18 per hour) to SCP 6 £21,968 (£11.39 per hour)) pro rata

Hours: 32.5 hours term time only (Monday to Friday)

The Governing Body of Aston All Saints CofE Primary School is seeking to employ committed, self-motivated, caring and flexible individuals to join our friendly and dedicated team. The successful candidates will be well supported by a strong team of leaders, teachers and teaching assistants and will help supervise and provide support and care for young people, including individualised support for pupils who have special educational and medical needs.

We are seeking to employ individuals who have:-
• NVQ Level 3 Teaching Assistant or equivalent
• A minimum of one year’s experience working recently within a primary school classroom
• Commitment to achieving and promoting high standards of care, learning and behaviour
• Experience of learning interventions is desirable but not essential as training will be given • Ability to establish positive relationships with pupils and empathise with their needs
• Ability to work flexibly within a supportive and committed team
• Ability to use initiative and be confident in numeracy, literacy and ICT abilities
• Willingness to participate in further training and development opportunities, including facilitating medical needs.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality on all school matters

Closing Date: 12pm midday Thursday 8th December 2022

Interview Date: Monday 12th December 2022

Visits to the school are welcome on Wednesday 30th November 2022 at 3.45pm, please contact the school office to confirm your attendance – enquiries@aasp.dsat.education.

How to Apply

Applications should be returned to the school email address by the closing date enquiries@aasp.dsat.education.

Aston All Saints CofE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and expects all staff to share in this commitment. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and other safer recruitment checks will be carried out.