Work for us

Shireland Technology Primary – an innovative and inspiring place to work.

We are a values-led, passionate team who believe in outstanding outcomes for all learners.

We have high expectations of our pupils and staff and are constantly striving to raise the bar. We are looking for staff who believe in developing the best learning experiences, the best curriculum, the best teaching and the best outcomes for children.

 

Current vacancies

Teaching Assistant: Responsibilities to include –

Participation in the integration of children with special needs into the mainstream
Where appropriate taking charge of a group or class in an emergency under the
direction and control of the Principal, or other designated member of staff.
Specialist language support to individuals/ groups where English is not the first
language.
To facilitate the pupil’s development and skills in the use of resources including
Information Technology.
To maintain pupils’ interests and motivation.
Assisting pupils with dress/ changing for activities/ personal hygiene.
To support individual/group work across the curriculum to raise levels of
achievement.
Care and welfare of pupils to include toileting and feeding as required.
Administering first aid.
Specialist support to pupils in line with a Statement of Special Needs or planned
provision (IEP/ISP) to encourage acceptance and inclusion to support achievement
and development.
Establish supportive relationships with pupils and families.

CLICK HERE to view all the details for the position and how to apply.

Closing date Wednesday 13th July 2022

 

Deputy Office Manager: Responsibilities to include –

• Provide administrative support for statutory testing
• Oversee attendance (inc Leave Of Absences) and punctuality processes and produce
accurate management reports to support the drive to improve attendance and
punctuality
• Support with the management of data via SIMS to include timetable, staff absence
data and Workforce Census
• Co-ordinate mid-year admissions to ensure a smooth transition into the school
• Support the Office Manager in key financial processes
• The production of high-quality accurate minutes of meetings
• Provision of secretarial/administrative support the Senior Leadership Team
• Dealing with enquiries from students and families
• Reception cover
• Support for organising and facilitating school events e.g. Parents’ Evenings

(Experience in a school office would be highly desirable).

CLICK HERE to view all the details for the position and how to apply.

Closing date Sunday 10th July 2022.

 

Please watch the videos below for more information about working at our school.

We expect all staff to inspire pupils, whilst providing them with the skills needed to be successful in an ever-changing world. They will motivate children to achieve beyond their expectations and engage them in high-quality educational opportunities.

We invest in people and want our staff to work well as a team, striving to achieve our purpose and enable them to become exceptional providers of the best technology-enabled education.

Everyone who works for us will be part of a shared vision; it is the collaborative effort of our school community that will achieve exceptional opportunities for everyone that walks through our doors.  

Find out more about working in our school in our applicant brochure or watch the video of our team below!

All our Trust vacancies are advertised through the Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust careers page.

Find out why we love working at STP!

Talking Shireland Tech: Our Team Answers Your Questions About Working Here

Philip McCahill, Year 3 Teacher:

 

“It’s exciting to come to work at Shireland Tech, where the children and staff are exploring new learning opportunities every day. We work collaboratively as a team and it’s wonderful to work with such a passionate and talented group of teachers and support staff. At STP, there’s a real sense that you are part of something very special, with everyone pulling together to provide the very best opportunities for our pupils. We are encouraged to reach our full potential: we have room to innovate, to try new ideas and we’re supported with the trust and great resources to make them happen.”  

Philip McCahill, Year 3 Teacher: