Court Moor often recruits without national adverts, relying more on recommendations and approaches which we find more reliable. Please register your interest in working at Court Moor here including a little about the sort of roles you might be looking for. Please attach your CV and we will keep your details on file and when a suitable vacancy applies you will be able to hear about it prior to advertisement.
If you would like to join Court Moor School, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please see our vacancies below.
Applications are invited for the position of: Science Technician
Hours: Part time / term time, a total of 21.5 hours per week, 40 weeks per year. The actual times and days of work are Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 8.30am to 4pm, inclusive of a daily unpaid 20 minute break.
Actual annual salary: Grade C – £8,780 to £9,580, dependent upon experience.
Target start date: As soon as possible.
Are you looking to work alongside colleagues whose aim is to make a lasting difference to the children and families in our community?
Do you like using your initiative and contributing to the smooth running of a busy school?
Then Court Moor would like to hear from you.
Court Moor is a successful and over-subscribed, mixed 11-16 comprehensive school. The school’s tagline is ‘A great place to be, and a place to be great’ which encompasses how we aim to make the school a positive working environment but also one where hard work and achievement is an expectation.
With a keen interest in the scientific world, the Science Technician will be working both in prep rooms and in the classroom to prepare science equipment and other teaching resources for practical lessons, and to clear away afterwards. Once the lesson has been set up and started, the Science Technician will maintain equipment or undertake experimental trials under the direction of the Senior Science Technician.
The vacancy would suit someone who is practically-minded, resourceful and enthusiastic and who enjoys working as part of a busy team alongside students and teaching professionals; applicants should be able to demonstrate flexibility, good organisation skills and a sense of humour would definitely help. Past experience working under laboratory conditions would be beneficial, although not essential, and training will be given.