Salary: £16,123 – £16,491 (pro-rata £11,878 – £12,149)

Required ASAP – for 1 year in the first instance – 31.5 hours per week, term-time only (including 2 INSET Days)

Clifton Community School seeks to appoint an enthusiastic and energetic Learning Support Assistant to provide one to one learning support to identified students within the school.  You must possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of our students and share our single goal of ‘students first’.

You will work at Clifton Community School in Rotherham and benefit from the opportunities offered by a large and successful family of schools. Clifton is a thriving, multi-cultural, 11-16 school of 800 students.  It is a school with high expectations and a student centred focus.  Clifton is a school with a clear improvement strategy for continuing to raise attainment and is working towards becoming a good and then outstanding school.

Successful candidates will need to:

~ possess a good standard of secondary education – GCSE in English/Maths or equivalent;

~ a background of working with young people;

~ to be a good communicator;

~ to have good organisational skills and ability to work to deadlines.

Closing date:  Noon on Monday 6th November 2017

Application forms are available to e-mail to:  info@cliftonschool.org or telephone on 01709 538348/515005. Completed application forms should be returned to Miss M Payton, Headteacher’s PA, Clifton Community School, Middle Lane, Rotherham, S65 2SN (email: info@cliftonschool.org).

Please note we operate safer recruitment and we do not accept CV’s, all applicants must complete an application form in full.

In line with our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students, the appointment will be subject to an enhanced criminal record check and satisfactory references.

Clifton Application Form

Clifton Application Form – Word Doc

Clifton Community School Information

Application Guidance Notes

Job Description

Learning Support Assistant Person Specification