Recruitment

Vacancies

Below are the vacancies currently available at the James Hornsby School.  For further information about joining our team please contact the HR Manager, Leigh Christensen on leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

Lead Practitioner Science

Lead Practitioner Science

Lead Practitioner pay range

To Start April or earlier if available

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional and inspirational Science Lead Practitioner. This is a fantastic opportunity to support the Head of Science in driving further improvements in an already talented and successful faculty and a great opportunity to be part of a forward thinking team.

The successful candidate will be an outstanding classroom practitioner with a proven track record of success and the ability to achieve the best outcomes for all students. We are particularly interested in candidates who share our commitment to improving the life chances of young people regardless of background.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to further their senior leadership progression as we are committed to fully supporting professional development and helping our colleagues achieve their career potential.

This role will encompass work across the Trust schools with 4 days per week based within The James Hornsby school and 1 day per week working across the others schools within the MAT.

If you are an outstanding practitioner with a commitment to high standards and a passion for Science we would be delighted to hear from you and look forward to receiving an application.

Opportunities for further progression will be available across the MAT for enthusiastic and ambitious candidates. This is a public facing role, so fluency in English is required.

Visits to the school are welcomed, contact Leigh Christensen, HR Manager to arrange.

Closing date: Midday Friday 29th November 2019.
CVs alone will not be accepted. CV’s submitted by an agency will not be considered

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

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, HR Manager
leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

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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Leading Practitioner Science

Chair of Governors

The Trustees of Zenith Multi Academy Trust would like to invite you to become a Chair of
Governors at the James Hornsby School due to the retirement of the current Chair of
Governors in December 2019.

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/local
advisory groups (LGB/LAGs). 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. Please see attached job description.

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 Chair of Governors 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 March 2019 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 1 November 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 current Chair of the Local Governing Body of the relevant school and the Headteacher of the relevant school.

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Chair of Governors JD Nomination Form CoG

Teacher of Drama

Teacher of Drama
Suitable for NQT
Required from September
Teacher’s mainscale, £25,543 to £37,152

We are seeking to appoint a talented and committed Drama Teacher to join our innovative, successful and motivated Creative Arts department.

The successful candidate will be an inspirational Drama Teacher, with the capacity to also teach KS3 English. They should be passionate about their subject and instilling a love of Drama amongst the James Hornsby students; their focus will be to achieve the best outcomes for all students as we move into the rigours of teaching a new curriculum.

We are looking to appoint a colleague who shares our commitment to high standards of professionalism and academic achievement for every one of our students and who will go the extra mile to help them achieve excellence. If you are an outstanding practitioner with a commitment to high standards we would be delighted to hear from you and look forward to receiving an application.

Closing date: Midday Friday 22 November 2019.

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, HR Manager
leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

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

For more information and application forms please copy and paste the link into your browser
http://www.jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk/information/recruitment/

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

The James Hornsby School 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 full employment checks, including an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service

Teacher of Technology

Teacher of Technology

Teachers main / upper pay scale dependent on experience

TLR for suitable candidate
Suitable for NQT applications

Required April 2020

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional and inspirational Technology teacher to join our talented and motivated Technology department. Candidates with the ability to teach all three disciplines: Textiles, Food and Resistant Materials, is desirable but not essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a dynamic and committed individual, with the possibility of a role with responsibility for the right candidate. Technology is a highly successful and valued department within James Hornsby and the successful candidate will have access to excellent facilities and ongoing support for improvement.

We are looking to appoint a colleague who shares our commitment to high standards of professionalism and academic achievement for every one of our students and who will go the extra mile to help them achieve excellence. If you are an outstanding practitioner with a commitment to high standards and a passion for technology, we would be delighted to hear from you and look forward to receiving an application.

Opportunities for further progression will be available across the MAT for enthusiastic and ambitious candidates.

Closing date: Midday Friday 29th November 2019.

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

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

For more information copy and paste the link into your browser

Recruitment

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

The James Hornsby School 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 full employment checks, including an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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JD for Subject Teachers

Learning Facilitator – Maternity Cover

Learning Facilitator – Maternity Cover 

30 hours per week over 4 days per week, Term time only
Band 2 to mid-point (Actual salary £12,864 – £13,367 inc outer fringe allowance)
Required: ASAP/Immediate until 19th December 2019

A vacancy has arisen for confident and self-motivated individual to provide learning support within our Curriculum Support Centre. This individual will provide first class learning support to internally excluded students.

Good IT skills are essential, preferably with a sound Word and Excel experience. Knowledge of SIMS will be an advantage. Whilst experience within an education setting would be useful, it is not essential.

You should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as a positive approach to working effectively with all members of the school community. This is a public facing role and the successful candidate must speak fluent English.

Our school is a dynamic learning environment, where all students are encouraged to aspire towards their very best. We challenge our students to achieve ambitious goals and to never settle for second best. If you feel you could contribute to this ethos and enhance it further, please contact us.

Hours of work: 8.20am to 4.30pm – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday (30 hours)

Closing date: Midday, Friday 20th September 2019
CVs alone will not be accepted. CV’s submitted via an agency will not be considered.

Application forms are available from the school website at http://www.jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk/information/recruitment/

or by emailing leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, HR Manager

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

Downloads
Learning Facilitator 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 March 2019 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. 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.

Downloads
Governor’s JD JHS Nomination Form

Learning Facilitator

Learning Facilitator

17.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, Term time plus non pupil days
Band 2 to mid-point (Actual salary £7,504 – £7,797) Inc outer fringe allowance
Required: ASAP/Immediate

A vacancy has arisen for a confident and self-motivated individual to provide support within the SEN department. This position will provide first class support to students in their learning.

Good IT skills are essential, preferably with a sound Word and Excel experience. Knowledge of SIMS will be an advantage. Whilst experience within an education setting would be useful, it is not essential.

You should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as a positive approach to working effectively with all members of the school community. This is a public facing role and the successful candidate must speak fluent English.

Our school is a dynamic learning environment, where all students are encouraged to aspire towards their very best. We challenge our students to achieve ambitious goals and to never settle for second best. If you feel you could contribute to this ethos and enhance it further, please contact us.

The hours of work are 17.5 hours per week – Times to be discussed at interview

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

Closing date: Midday, Friday 15th November 2018.

We reserve the right to close the vacancy early dependant on volume of applicat
ions
Application forms are available from the school website at http://www.jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk/information/recruitment/ or by emailing leigh.christensen@jameshornsby.essex.sch.uk

Completed applications should be emailed to Leigh Christensen, HR Manager

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

Downloads
Learning Facilitator JD