Recruitment

Vacancies

Below are the vacancies currently available at the James Hornsby School.  For further information about joining our team please contact the Headteacher’s PA Maria Brame on maria.brame@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

Casual Examination Invigilators

Examination Invigilators

£8.50 per hour (inc holiday pay)

We are looking to increase our bank of examination invigilators who are responsible for supervising internal/external examinations throughout the year.

Invigilators are required to be available throughout the year and are required to start at 8.00am for morning exams and 1.00pm for afternoon exams.

This is a public facing role, so fluency in English is required.

Hours are allocated in advance and are on a casual basis.

CVs alone will not be accepted. CV’s submitted via an agency will not be considered.

Vacancy close date: Midday 25th January 2019

We reserve the right to close the vacancy early dependant on volume of applications

For more information copy and paste the link into your browser http://www.jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk/information/recruitment/ or contact: leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, Personnel Officer

The James Hornsby School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and applicants will be subject to full employment checks, including an enhanced DBS disclosure

The James Hornsby School is a Zenith Multi Academy Trust school as part of Zenith Multi Academy Trust

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Exam Invigilator JD

Casual Reader/Scribe

CASUAL READER/SCRIBE

£9.50 per hour (Inc Holiday pay)

We are looking to increase our bank of Readers/Scribes who will be responsible for reading and/or scribing for students with an appropriate access arrangement in examinations.

Successful applicants will be required to be available throughout the year and to arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the exams. The role requires a good level of literacy skills and legible handwriting.

This is a public facing role, so fluency in English is required.

Hours are allocated in advance and are on a casual basis.

CVs alone will not be accepted. CV’s submitted via an agency will not be considered.

Vacancy close date: Midday, 25th January 2019

We reserve the right to close the vacancy dependant on volume of applications

For more information copy and paste the link into your browser http://www.jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk/information/recruitment/ or contact: leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, Personnel Officer

The James Hornsby School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and applicants will be subject to full employment checks, including an enhanced DBS disclosure

The James Hornsby School is a Zenith Multi Academy Trust school as part of Zenith Multi Academy Trust

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Reader and Scribe JD

Governor

Governor

The Trustees of Zenith Multi Academy Trust would like to invite you become a local governor at The James Hornsby School.

Effective governance is based on six key features:
1. Strategic leadership that sets and champions vision, ethos and strategy.
2. Accountability that drives up educational standards and financial performance.
3. People with the right skills, experience, qualities and capacity.
4. Structures that reinforce clearly defined roles and responsibilities.
5. Compliance with statutory and contractual requirements.
6. Evaluation to monitor and improve the quality and impact of governance

Governance functions can be delegated by the Trust board to local governing bodies
(LGBs). Regardless of the extent of delegation, the Trust remains accountable for the
performance of all its schools to the Secretary of State.

No special qualifications are needed and the most important thing is to have a keen interest
in the school and be prepared to play an active part in the governing body’s work. This is an
unpaid, voluntary role.

Zenith Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding the welfare of young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an
enhanced disclosure check from the Disclosure and Barring Service and a Right to Work in
the UK check.

A governor must be agreed 18 or over at the time of his/her election of appointment and
cannot hold more than one governship at the same school.

No person who is a local authority associated person is eligible to be appointed to the office
of governor unless his/her appointment to such office is authorised by the local authority to
which he is associated.

A person is disqualified from holding or continuing to hold office as a governor if he or she:

    • s/he becomes incapable by reason of illness or injury of managing or administering his
      own affairs;
    • s/he is absent without the permission of the trustees from all their meetings held within a
      period of six months, and the trustees resolve that his office be vacated;
    • s/he has been declared bankrupt and/or his estate has been seized from his possession
      for the benefit of his creditors and the declaration or seizure has not been discharged,
      annulled or reduced; or
    • s/he is the subject of a bankruptcy restrictions order or an interim order;
    • s/he is subject to an order made under section 429(2)(b) of the Insolvency Act 1986
      (failure to pay under county court administration order);
    • s/he ceases to be a trustee by virtue of any provision in the Companies Act 2006;
    • s/he is disqualified from acting as a trustee by virtue of section 178 of the Charities Act
      2011 (or any statutory re-enactment or modification of that provision); or
    • s/he is otherwise found to be unsuitable by the Secretary of State;
    • s/he has been removed from the office of charity trustee or trustee for a charity by an
      order made by the Charity Commission or the High Court on the grounds of any
      misconduct or mismanagement in the administration of the charity for which he was
      responsible; or to which he was privy; or which he, by his conduct, contributed to or
      facilitated;
    • s/he has, at any time, been convicted of any criminal offence, excluding any that have
      been spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as amended, and excluding
      any offence for which the maximum sentence is a fine or a lesser sentence except where
      a person has been convicted of any offence which falls under section 178 of the
      Charities Act 2011;
    • s/he has not provided to the chairman of the trustees a criminal records certificate at an
      enhanced disclosure level under section 113B of the Police Act 1997.
    • is included in the list of people considered by the Secretary of State as unsuitable to
      work with children;
    • is disqualified from working with children or subject to a direction under section 142 of
      the Education Act 2002;
    • is disqualified from working with children under sections 28, 29 or 29A of the Criminal
      Justice and court Services Act 2000;
    • is disqualified from registration under Part 2 of the Children and Families (Wales)
      Measure 2010 for child minding or providing day care;
    • is disqualified from registration under Part 3 of the Childcare Act 2006;
    • has received a sentence of imprisonment (whether suspended or not) for a period of not
      less than 3 months (without the option of a fine) in the 5 years before or since becoming
      a governor.

Further information is available in the DfE Governance Handbook January 2017 and a copy of the Trust’s Articles of Association can be found here.

If you would like to be considered for this post please complete the enclosed nomination
form and return it to the Clerk to the Trust no later than 15 February 2019. You may also
include a short personal statement to support your nomination, which should be no longer
than 250 words.

After submitting an expression of interest you will be required to attend an informal interview
with the Chair of the Trust and or the CEO of the Trust, the Chair of the Local Governing
Body of the relevant school and the Headteacher of the relevant school.

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Governor’s JD JHS Nomination Form

Recreation Assistant

CASUAL RECREATION ASSISTANT

Hourly rate: Minimum wage plus holiday pay

Zero hours contract

We are looking to increase our bank of Recreation Assistants to work within our Sports Centre on a casual basis. Successful candidates will provide advice and support to customers as required, setting up sporting activities which take place on site. Reception and administrative support is also required, as well as to assist generally in the day-to-day operations of the Sports Centre.

Successful candidates should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, as well as a positive and flexible approach to working effectively with all members of the school community. They should also be able to work flexible shift patterns ie mornings, evening and weekends – Rotas will be agreed according to operational requirements.

This is a customer facing role; therefore fluency in English is required.

The Sports Centres opening hours are: 4.30pm-10pm on weekdays and 8am -6pm on weekends.

Completed applications should be emailed to the Personnel Officer at Leigh.Christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

CVs alone will not be accepted.

The James Hornsby School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and applicants will be subject to full employment checks, including an enhanced DBS disclosure.

The James Hornsby School is a Zenith Multi Academy Trust school as part of Zenith Multi Academy Trust

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Recreational Assistant JD