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English Teacher KS4-5 - Maternity Cover

Teacher of English KS4-KS5

Apply by Friday 24 September 2021 required for January 2022

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: MPS6 / UPR.

Contract Type: Maternity Cover

 

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced dynamic, passionate Teacher of English KS4 - 5, to join a forward-thinking and innovative team within this high achieving Federation for a maternity cover.

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

Closing date: Friday 24 September 2021 (Noon)      

Interviews:  From 28 September 2021

To complete an application form please go to www.ortu.org/653/vacancies

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Lindsey D’Arcy using the following address HR@Ortu.Org

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

 

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Music Teacher MPS - Maternity Cover

Teacher of Music KS3-KS4

Apply by Friday 24 September 2021 required for January 2022

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: MPS 1-6

Contract Type: Maternity Cover

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate Teacher of Music Maternity Cover to join a forward-thinking and innovative team within this high achieving Federation. Applications from NQTs, Early Career Teachers and Instructors are welcome.

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

Closing date: Friday 24 September 2021 (Noon)      

Interviews:  From 28 September 2021

To complete an application form please go to www.ortu.org/653/vacancies

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Lindsey D’Arcy using the following address HR@Ortu.Org

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

 

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Learning Support Assistant

Learning Support Assistant 15 Hours a week

 Required for September 2021

15 Hours per week - Term time plus training days

Band C  Point 12-16 (Pt 12 £8,053 pa actual)

Apply by Monday 7 June 2021 required for September 2021

Location: Thurrock

 

Applications are invited for a suitably qualified Learning Support Assistant to assist the SENCO in supporting SEND students and facilitate the effective implementation of Learning Support Plans and Education Health Care Plans.

We are looking for 2 x Learning Support Assistants who will need to be an enthusiastic and flexible person. The successful candidate will support the pupil in class and liaise with the college, school and home.  Candidates should be of GCSE/O Level Grade A-C standard in English and Maths.  

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience.

Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress.

 

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date: Monday 7 June 2021 (Noon)      

Interviews:  From 9 June 2021

 

To complete an application form please go to www.hassenbrook.com/contactus/vacancies

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Mrs Alison Harrold using the following address AHarrold@hassenbrook@org.uk

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 671566 if you have any further queries

 

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Department Leader - English

Head of English

Apply by Wednesday 28th April 2021 required for September 2021

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: MPS 1-6 & TLR 1d

Contract Type: Full Time

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate Head of English to join a forward-thinking and innovative team in this high-achieving 11-18 Academy.

About the school:

Ortu Gable Hall is a large mixed academy on the Thurrock/Basildon border. It is part of the Ortu Trust, which is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Hassenbrook Academy, Ortu Gable Hall School and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At Ortu Gable Hall School, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu Gable Hall a very exciting place in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu Gable Hall a truly unique school. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our pupils progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress. Even with headline figures significantly above national, we recognise that we still have gains to be made.

Ofsted June 2018 said:

‘Staff are proud to work at this school, feel well supported and say that leaders consider their well-being’.

 ‘Middle leaders are highly supported and are given professional opportunities to develop their leadership skills.’

‘Recently qualified teachers feel well supported by leaders. They feel valued by senior leaders and quickly adapt to the school’s systems and procedures.’

‘The school has made good use of the strong practice within the school to improve the quality of teaching.’

Here is why you should work at Ortu Gable Hall:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

Ortu Gable Hall is a warm, welcoming place to work and relationships throughout the school are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activity, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for Ortu Gable Hall is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, Office Manager, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800.

If you have the drive to transform learning for our wonderful students, we want to hear from you.

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date:  Wednesday 28th April 2021

Interviews:  Week commencing 3rd May 2021

 

To complete an application form please go to www.gablehall.com/contactus/vacancies

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Ms Bayfield using the following address lindsay.bayfield@gablehall.com

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

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Exam Invigilators

Ortu Gable Hall School

 

EXAMINATION INVIGILATORS

 (£9.24 per hour)

Required to join our team of Invigilators to implement examination procedures and ensure proper conduct of students during examination sessions at various times throughout the academic year assisting with the smooth running of exams.   The successful candidates will need to be conscientious, reliable and punctual, highly flexible and able to relate to learners.  Full training will be provided.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS will be required for this post together with at least 2 written references.

Please visit our website www.ortu.org/653/staff-vacancies to download details and an application form or email nicky.terry@gablehall.com and an application pack will be sent when the school reopens.

Closing date                 Please enquire for availability

 

 

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Office Admin Support - Behaviour

Behaviour/Office Administration Support Officer

37 hours per week  

Mon – Fri 8.00 pm till 4.00 pm

Band A point 1 £15,974 pa (actual)

39 weeks term time only plus annual leave

One Year Fixed term contract in the first instance

 

Behaviour/Office Administration Support Officer required for general office duties including data entry.  Must be computer literate and be able to record information accurately.

 

The successful applicant should have experience with Microsoft Excel, Word & Publisher.  A good knowledge base of IT systems used within the school would be beneficial, however training can be given.  Must have excellent communication skills, be flexible and be able to work on own initiative.

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS will be required for this post together with at least 2 written references.

 

This post will be closed early should sufficient applications be received.

                                                                                                                   

For further information, job description, person specification and an application form please contact Lindsay Bayfield on 01375 400800 ext 202 or download a copy from the Gable Hall website www.gablehall.com  

 

Closing date:             Wednesday 26 May 2021

Interviews will take place Friday 28 May 2021 & Tuesday 8 June 2021

 

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Learning Support Assistant - Band A

Learning Support Assistant

Starting September 2021

Interviews to be held on week beginning 14 June 2021

Location: Corringham Primary School, Herd Lane, Corringham, Essex

Salary/Rate: Band A point 1-6 £14,031 actual

32.5 hours per week term time + 5 INSET days

Contract type: Full Time

 

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our school.  We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic member to join our learning support staff in our highly inclusive school. Corringham Primary is a “Good” school (Ofsted 2016) with good outcomes for pupils. 

Visits to our school are highly recommended – once you visit, you won’t want to leave!

 

 

This role of the learning support assistant will require you to:

 

  • Support children with a range of needs, including learning, emotional and care needs.
  • Liaise closely with class teachers and other team members.
  • Provide lunchtime cover, promoting games and supporting those in need
  • Deliver, guide and reflect on the learning support of individual pupils, including interventions.

Are you:

 

  • Able to demonstrate a good standard of English and Mathematical skills.
  • Able to encourage, motivate and enthuse others.
  • Able to supporting children with personal and emotional needs.
  • Innovative in ways to support pupils with different needs.
  • Able to communicate clearly and confidently with children, other staff members and parents.
  • Organised and resourceful.

We can offer:

 

  • A successful primary school with an exciting and rich curriculum.
  • A committed and friendly staff team.
  • A fabulous group of children who are fun to teach, well-behaved and keen to do their best.
  • Great opportunities for continuous professional development.
  • An additional week’s holiday (2 week October half term).

 

If you have the passion and drive to transform the outcomes for all children, we want to hear from you.

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.  The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

Closing date: 9 June 2021

For further information, please contact Ortu HR via email to hr@ortu.org or by telephoning 01375 665757.

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Learning Support Assistant - Band B

Learning Support Assistant

Starting September 2021

Interviews to be held on week beginning 14 June 2021

Location: Corringham Primary School, Herd Lane, Corringham, Essex

Salary/Rate: Band B point 6 – 12 £15,490 actual

32.5 hours per week term time + 5 INSET days

Contract type: Full Time

 

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our school.  We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic member to join our learning support staff in our highly inclusive school. Corringham Primary is a “Good” school (Ofsted 2016) with good outcomes for pupils. 

Visits to our school are highly recommended – once you visit, you won’t want to leave!

 

 

This role of the learning support assistant will require you to:

 

  • Support children with a range of needs, including learning, emotional and care needs.
  • Liaise closely with class teachers and other team members.
  • Cover the class under the instruction and guidance of the class teacher.
  • Deliver, guide and reflect on the learning support of individual pupils, including interventions.

Are you:

 

  • Able to demonstrate a good standard of English and Mathematical skills.
  • Able to encourage, motivate and enthuse others.
  • Able to supporting children with personal and emotional needs.
  • Innovative in ways to support pupils with different needs.
  • Able to communicate clearly and confidently with children, other staff members and parents.
  • Organised and resourceful.

We can offer:

 

  • A successful primary school with an exciting and rich curriculum.
  • A committed and friendly staff team.
  • A fabulous group of children who are fun to teach, well-behaved and keen to do their best.
  • Great opportunities for continuous professional development.
  • An additional week’s holiday (2 week October half term).

 

If you have the passion and drive to transform the outcomes for all children, we want to hear from you.

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.  The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

Closing date 9 June 2021

For further information, please contact Ortu HR via email to hr@ortu.org or by telephoning 01375 665757.

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