Lunchtime Supervisors

Position: Lunchtime Supervisor
Contract Type: Part Time
Job Location: Wilson Stuart School
Term Time: Term Time only

Actual salary £4,524 pr yr dependent on years’ service based on 10 hours per week term time only. Working hours will be 11:55 a.m – 13:55 p.m

We require a Lunchtime Supervisor to supervise and help feed our students during the lunchtime break. The post will also include some pastoral care and assisting with the physical care of pupils as and when required. Duties will include supervising pupils during lunchtime activities which may be outside or classroom based.

Closing date for applications:  Midday Friday 8th July 2022

Interviews to be held week commencing:   TBC

Informal visits are welcome. Please call to arrange.

Wilson Stuart School is committed to safeguarding children and safer recruitment procedures.

All the above posts are covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for these roles. Please note Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check to be paid by the successful candidate (approx. £57).

Please note contracts of employment will be with Education Impact Academy Trust not Birmingham City Council.

Further information, including the online application form and job description, are available on the school website

If you have not heard from us two weeks after the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

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