Individuals wishing to enquire about working at the school in the future may contact the HR team via recruitment@emanuel.org.uk. Please note that the school can only accept applications for roles with completed forms and details set out in the relevant advertisement. Emanuel does not accept unsolicited CVs or applications from agencies, and any such CVs or applications received will be disregarded.

Deputy Head of IT

Hours: Full time, Permanent.

The closing date for applications is Monday 11th October 2021 at 9.00am. 

Emanuel School are seeking a Deputy Head of IT who can play a key role supporting the Head of IT & Compliance in overseeing the day-to-day management of the school’s IT provision.

They will be joining Emanuel School at an exciting time in the development of its digital provision, leading on driving forward the technical implementation and use of Microsoft services with a whole school solution of Microsoft Teams and OneNote Class Notebooks for teaching, as well as SharePoint for document management.

They will work with other members of the IT team to provide a safe and secure online environment for its pupils and staff, ensuring that appropriate security policies are implemented, and that e-safety and cyber-security are at the forefront of every decision.

The Deputy Head of IT will also be responsible for managing the day-to-day work of the Systems Administrator, with the opportunity for additional management responsibilities as they become established in the role.

The successful candidate will have proven experience working in an education environment or similar support driven position and understand the diverse and wide range of tasks that are involved with supporting teaching staff, administrative staff and pupils.

Knowledge of Microsoft 365 services and VEEAM is also essential and experience with cyber-security is equally important.

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Performing Arts Technician (Set and Costume Specialist)

Hours: Full Time, Permanent

The closing date for applications is Monday 26th October at 9am

This is an opportunity to work in a well-organised, supportive, friendly and exciting department where your ideas will be valued and your contribution will be appreciated by talented and dedicated students.

The post could suit a recent graduate from university or drama school or someone with  professional experience with a desire to extend their technical skills, or an experienced designer.

The position is for a multi-skilled theatre technician who can provide set and costume design and construction support to the drama department and technical support to those running events and users of the school’s Hampden Hall.

The appointed person will work with the drama and events departments, supporting the work of the Theatre, Calendar and Events Manager and Head of Drama. The post also supports the basic lighting and sound requirements at events in the Hampden Hall so a wide range of theatrical experience would be beneficial.

Bringing exceptional set/costume design and construction skills into the drama department, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate high standards and an ability to work as part of a successful team.

This position will span 37.5 hours per week, operating on a flexi-time basis (with time off in lieu of overtime during busy periods such as production weeks) during term time, plus 3 weeks during school holidays.

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Exam invigilators

We are looking for enthusiastic and organised individuals to join our Exam Invigilation Team.

You will be employed on an as-and-when basis to supervise students taking both internal and external examinations as necessary throughout the school year. The hours are variable depending upon the exam timetable. Most of the exams are held in January, May and June so you need to be able to commit to being available during this period and definitely between 5th May and 27th June inclusive.

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Playground Supervisors

We are looking for playground supervisors to help with monitoring pupils during their lunch breaks.

The work would involve working 2.5 hours every lunch period Monday to Friday during school term time only (35 weeks) from 12.00 to 14.30. A free lunch would be provided from 11.30.

We currently pay £12.48 ph plus holiday pay.

If you are interested in learning more about the role then please email shirley.blackburn@emanuel.org.uk

Please note that this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, and is subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. Emanuel School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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