Any vacancies within Galileo Multi Academy Trust will be advertised here and Job descriptions and Application Forms can be downloaded below.
Galileo is a new multi-academy trust consisting of ten primary schools in the Redcar and Cleveland area.
We value all-round development of the individual, through arts, sports, leadership opportunities, enrichment and community. This is encapsulated in the skills, qualities and personalities we foster in our pupils.
You will be joining a highly innovative, inspirational and ambitious organisation. We are seeking an outstanding individual who can realise the highest possible quality of services to support our educational vision, strong leadership and effective support to colleagues, to enable the organisation to achieve the best possible outcomes for students.
Receptionist, Ings Farm Primary School
Closing Date: 07/02/2019
Interview Date: Week Commencing 11/02/19
Completed Application Forms to be returned to: email@example.com
The Governing Body of Ings Farm Primary School would like to appoint a Receptionist/Administrative Assistant. The successful candidate will be undertaking reception duties, answering routine telephone enquiries, word processing, general clerical work and other ICT based tasks. Good computer skills are essential with a knowledge of SIMS desirable.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend a session in school to experience aspects of this potential role prior to an informal interview.
Teaching Assistant (Temporary), Coatham Primary School
Closing Date: 04/02/19 @ 12pm
Interview Date: 07/02/19
Completed Application Forms to be returned to: firstname.lastname@example.org
An opportunity has arisen at Coatham Primary School for a Teaching Assistant post from 25/02/19 to 23/07/19 in the first instance. This role is to support an upper KS2 child with an EHCP for MLD and some of the EAL children in KS2.
Coatham Primary School is a fully inclusive school with 223 pupils from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds. We feel strongly that all children should be given the chance to succeed in a caring and positive environment and this role involves supporting learnings with special educational needs on a 1:1 basis or within small groups to enable them to reach their potential and raise attainment.