Vacancies

Crispin School is a friendly, inclusive, and highly successful school of around 1,000 students. Students at Crispin achieve excellent exam results and the school has a strong reputation. We are committed to educating the whole child to ensure they enter adulthood as happy, supported young people with a love for learning. Extracurricular enrichment activities are viewed as an important part of school life.

How to Apply

You can apply for Teaching Staff posts through the TES website.

For support staff, please complete this application form and send to Caroline Spurway, Head's PA, along with a CV and any cover letters. If you have any queries about vacancies, please direct them to Caroline Spurway at headspa@crispinschool.co.uk

Teaching Staff

Teacher of Mathematics

MPS/UPS

Full time, permanent contract from July 2019 or September 2019. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to work as a Teacher of Mathematics in a collaborative, supportive and happy school. Are you driven by the desire to ensure students progress as well as possible? If so then we would love to hear from you. 

Please read on to find out more information about Crispin and how to apply for the role. In addition, for a more comprehensive insight into Crispin and the role itself, including Job Description, Personal Specification, Letter from the Headteacher and an overview of the system of supporting students at the school, please download the Applicant Information Pack below. 

Closing date for this post: 12 noon 23 April 2019.

Click here for the recruitment pack.

Support Staff

Clerk to Governing Body

Grade 13 (starting salary of £ 3500 pa)

Part time, 8 hours per week, term time only, permanent contract, required with immediate effect. 

Required with immediate effect, the governors of this popular school are looking to appoint a Clerk to the Governing Body with its sub committees, Business, Learning and Behaviour and Safety.  Contracted to work for eight hours per week, the post will involve preparation for and attendance at meetings of the Full Governing Body (FGB) and its sub committees.  Typically there are six FGB meetings per academic year, two in each academic term.  Each sub committee meets on a similar basis and meetings are scheduled to take place on Thursday evenings.  As required, the clerk may also be required to attend pre-agenda meetings of the FGB with the Chair of Governors and the Head. 

The clerk will also be asked to take on additional work according to need, this would typically include attendance and minute taking at additional meetings such as permanent exclusion meetings and admission meetings, totalling no more than six in any academic year. These meetings usually take place during the working day. 

We are looking for someone with the relevant skills and experience to support the Chair of Governors, and Chairs of Committees, to ensure the smooth running of the Governing Body and its sub committees.  The successful applicant will be required to provide an efficient, highly professional clerking service, maintaining confidentiality at all times.  Availability for evening meetings and training is essential. 

Closing date for this post: 12 noon 29th March 2019.

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Exam Invigilators

£8.00 - £8.75 per hour

This is a casual position – hours and days vary according to need

We are looking for confident, outgoing individuals, able to work as part of a friendly and effective team, able to deal with any challenges that arise in a calm manner.

You would be required to supervise public and internal exams in accordance with JCQ regulations.

Experience of working with young people would be an advantage, but not essential. Full training will be provided.

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Exam Readers and Scribes

£8.75ph

This is a casual position - hours and days vary according to need.

We are looking for confident, outgoing individuals, able to work as part of a friendly and effective team, able to deal with any challenges that arise in a calm manner.

You would be required to read and scribe for our students in accordance with JCQ regulations.

Experience of working with young people would be an advantage, but not essential. Full training will be provided.

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Crispin School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.  We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All posts require a criminal background check via the disclosure procedure. Successful applicants will therefore be subject to an Enhanced DBS check as part of our Prevent duty.

Last Updated: January 2019