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Careers At The Gregg Schools


As well as providing a fantastic learning environment for our students, The Gregg Schools offers a challenging and rewarding working environment for our staff.

We look to recruit teaching and support staff that can drive the School forwards and ensure we continue to provide the best possible rounded education for all our students. The Gregg Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.


Current Vacancies

The Gregg Schools Trust

GOVERNOR

The Gregg Schools Trust is partnering with Nurole, the leading board-level hiring platform, to find two new Governors. You can find out more and register your interest here. For any questions or problems, please contact arushi.kharkwal@nurole.com.


The Gregg School

teacher of mathematics (part time)

Commencing 1st September 2024 - 3 days per week

£28,840 – £39,974 pro-rata

We require a dynamic, part-time teacher of Mathematics to join our innovative and high performing staff team.

The school is committed to the professional learning of all our staff and the post is underpinned by access to a wide range of CPD. Applications from ECTs are welcomed.

Further information about our School may be found on our website at www.thegreggschool.org. If you would like to discuss your application prior to submitting an application, please contact Mr S Gillespie, Deputy Headteacher on 02380 472133 or email sjg@thegreggschools.org

Only applications using the school’s application form will be considered.

Closing date for applications: Friday 21st June 2024

Application Form

Job Description

Personal Specification

 

INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING (PGCE)

Are you interested in training to become a qualified teacher? We regularly offer training places through our partnership with the University of Southampton Education School.

Find out more by contacting the university via ITTAdmissions@soton.ac.uk,  visiting their webpages at www.southampton.ac.uk/learntoteach , or coming to an Open Evening at the university.

MINIBUS DRIVER

The Gregg School has a fleet of 24 mini buses that transport most of the students to and from School. We have a few potential roles for interested applicants who have D1 on their driving licence:

  • Term Time Driver bringing students into school and taking them home after school
  • Term time possible job share
  • Zero hour bank drivers to work when they are available to cover driver absence

There is the opportunity to pick up extra hours by offering to be the driver for trips, visits, PE and sport events, as well as off-site after school clubs. We also welcome drivers to help during school holidays with bus maintenance and taking the buses for safety check, repairs etc. Also, if you have a skill like decorating, laying slabs for pavements, plastering or general maintentnace, please do let us know of your skills and availability. We are proud of our happy and friendly working environment with all teams helping each other out.

Duties include:

  • The transportation of students on a designated route to and from school
  • To ensure the safety of all students travelling on the minibus and to ensure all are wearing seat belts
  • To ensure the minibus is maintained in a safe and roadworthy condition as required by law and the Head of Facilities
  • To carry out all the legal pre driving checks of the minibus and complete log
  • To advise the Transport Manager of any issue occurring on the minibus during transporting of students or any damage after a drive
  • To advise the Transport Manager of any mechanical issue in respect of the minibus
  • To advise the Head of Facilities of any medical issue that would prevent the driver being able to drive
  • To keep the inside of the designated minibus clean and tidy
  • To ensure the designated minibus has adequate fuel to complete each journey and enough should the minibus be needed during the day by the school
  • Any other duties (appropriate to the post) at the direction of the Bursar or Head of Facilities or Transport Manager
  • Promote and represent the school in a positive manner
  • The post holder has a responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of students and young persons for whom she / he is responsible, or with whom she / he comes into contact . She/he will need to adhere to and ensure compliance with the school's Child Protection Policy at all times.

The Gregg School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

  • Work remotely: No
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Part-time hours: 15-20 per week
  • Salary: £11.19-£11.80 per hour
  • Benefits: On-site parking
  • Schedule: Monday to Friday, No weekends, Overtime
  • Experience: Driving: 2 years (required)
  • Licence/Certification: D1 driving licence (required)
  • Work Location: In person

Please send a covering email together with your CV to the Head of Facilities, Mr Widdup, aww@thegreggschools.org

CLEANERS

The Gregg School is looking to appoint a reliable and effective Cleaner to join our friendly and hardworking team to keep the school in a clean and hygienic condition.

Understanding of COSHH and safe working practices desirable.

Please send a covering email to the Head of Facilities, Mr Andrew Widdup, at aww@thegreggschools.org with your application, stating where you live and how you will get to the school for your shift each day. Any application submitted without this information will automatically be rejected.

Job Description

This position is a 52 week job, apart from the 5 Days Christmas Closure the remaining 15 day paid holiday can be taken to suit any time of the year.

  • Hour of work: 4-6pm term time. During school holidays hours can be flexed/blocked by agreement.
  • Part-time hours: 10 per week
  • Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
  • Salary: £10.42 per hour

The Gregg Prep

teacher of music (part time - 2 full days )

The Gregg Preparatory School is seeking a dynamic and inspirational part-time Teacher of Music for September 2024 to lead this exciting and important subject. Essential to this role is the ability to effectively direct and conduct The School’s Choir and be able to accompany performers from the piano/keyboard as well as being involved in school productions.

In addition to the class teaching there is scope for additional hours as an instrumental teacher. Any fees for instrumental teaching would be contracted directly with the parents.

Further information about our school may be found below. If you would like to visit the school or discuss your application prior to submitting a form, please contact Chris Sharratt on email office@thegreggprep.org.

Only applications using the School’s application form will be considered.

Closing date for applications: Friday 21st June 2024

Application Form

Job Description

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