Required for September 2022
The Littlehampton Academy is recruiting to our team of highly skilled cover supervisors. The team is primarily deployed to cover short-term absences of the teaching staff but also provides a flexible resource elsewhere in the Academy.
Our cover supervisors are vital to the smooth running of the academy. When deployed to lessons, they are accountable for ensuring that students undertake the learning activity set by the subject teacher. When not required in the classroom, the work is varied, and may include supporting in the specialist unit for students with ASD (Scott Centre) or the behaviour unit (Compass Centre).
Comprehensive training, including shadowing members of the team, will ensure you are able to make a meaningful contribution to the work of the academy. The role also provides invaluable experience for those considering teaching as a profession.
The Littlehampton Academy is a large academy recently designated by Ofsted as "Good". Our core ethos supports the development of both staff and students and you will have opportunities to make significant contributions to our progress.
This permanent position is 32 hours per week (just over six hours per day, Monday-Friday) and is term time only (38 weeks per year). The initial rate of pay is the equivalent of £11.25 per hour, paid monthly over 12 months. The pay scale has five spinal points and increments are awarded in September until the top of the pay scale is reached. The actual starting salary is £15,657 per annum.
Please note the successful applicant will be required to undergo full safeguarding and vetting checks, including references and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, and will be subject to a period of probation.
Please see the job description for further information.
Closing date: Wednesday 29 June 2022 at midday
The Littlehampton Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Our child protection policies and recruitment procedures follow local and national guidelines.