Member of Staff

Holy Family Catholic Multi Academy Trust is committed to being a place where everyone can thrive, and is proud to employ a rich mix of people dedicated to fulfilling this ambition for the children, young people and staff in our schools.

We aim to appoint staff to our schools who share our very high expectations for our Trust and our Trust schools, who enjoy working as a member of a team and who believe in the highest outcomes and opportunities for our pupils.

We can offer you:

  • A supportive, friendly working environment
  • A team committed to supporting professional development
  • Enthusiastic children who love coming to school
  • An experienced and motivated staff team
  • A school with high aspirations for its pupils and staff

 

We would like you to:

  • Be a positive role model for all members of the school community
  • Be able to work well with young children and confident in establishing secure relationships
  • Have high expectations of yourself and our children
  • Be able to work flexibly as part of a team

 

We are committed to safeguarding the young people in our care, and we expect all our staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to relevant clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the Holy Family Catholic Multi Academy Trust team please contact recruitment@hfcmat.com

Please click on the below link for our current vacancies

SJP – Headteacher

Salary: £Competitive to attract the right applicant + Relocation support

School: SJP

Location: Bebington, Wirral

Contract Type: Full Time

Contract Term: Permanent

Start Date: Negotiable

Closing Date: Monday 27th February at 12.00pm. Interviews to be held week beginning Monday 6th March.

We are looking for a dynamic leader with a passion for learning who understands the importance of research in their work. They would need to be a committed and energised Catholic, ready to share their faith with the school and wider community. The new Headteacher will be someone who recognises and shares the highest of standards in all they deliver and do so with a strong sense of social justice. For the right person, this is a great personal and professional opportunity.

Teacher in Charge of Health and Social Care – SJP

Job Title: Teacher in Charge of Health and Social Care

Location: St John Plessington Catholic College

Responsible To: Assistant Headteacher

Salary Grade: MPS/UPS and TLR 2.3 £2,413.6 (actual)

Contract: This is a part-time 0.8FTE, permanent contract

Start Date: 1st April 2023 or 1st September 2023

Closing Date for Applications: 3rd February 2023 at 12.00pm

An enthusiastic, dynamic and inspirational Teacher in Charge of Health and Social Care is required to lead a thriving and highly successful curriculum area which has made a major contribution to the strong examination results achieved throughout the College.

SMCC – Librarian

Job Title: Librarian

Location: St Mary’s Catholic College

Responsible To: Head of English/English line Manager

Salary Grade: Band E, Scale point 8-11 £19,174 – £20,249 (actual)

Contract: This is a full-time, permanent contract. This post is 36 hours per week, 38 weeks per year (term time only).

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing Date for Applications: 14th February 2023, at 12, noon.

We are looking to recruit a Librarian to be the face of reading at St Mary’s and take a leading role in planning and organising a school resource centre which supports the whole school reading priority. The ability to form strong positive, professional working relationships with pupils and staff colleagues is crucial in this role. The ideal candidate would have a relevant qualification and/or previous experience working with children, although training will be given for the right person. 

SMCC Cover Manager

Job Title: Cover Manager

Location: St Mary’s Catholic College

Responsible To: HR Administration Officer/ SLT Cover Lead

Responsible For: Cover Supervisors

Salary Grade: Band G, Scp 19-24 £24,061-£26,866 (actual)

Contract: This is a permanent contract, 36 hours a week, 39 weeks a year (term-time + INSET days)

Start Date: As soon as possible

The closing date for this vacancy is 6th February 2023 at 12 noon.

The key responsibilities of this role include coordinating and allocating daily cover arrangements for planned and unplanned staff absence. This involves a 7.15am start each day. Line management of the Cover Supervisor team. Supervision of whole classes during the short-term absence of teachers. The primary focus of the role will be to maintain good order and to keep students on task ensuring they progress through the planned curriculum.

 

Event Management and Communication Coordinator

Location: St John Plessington Catholic College – the successful postholder will be required on occasion to travel between sites across the Trust

Responsible To: Director of Improvement and Development

Salary Grade: Band H, Scale Point 25-28 £29,081-£31,536 (actual)

Contract: This is a full-time, permanent contract. This post is 36 hours per week, 41 weeks per year (term time only plus three weeks.)

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 3rd February 2023

If you are a dedicated and ambitious individual who has a real passion for event management and communications and thrives on collaboration and innovation, we have an exciting opportunity to offer.

First Aid and Wellbeing Lead

Location: St John Plessington Catholic College

Responsible To: A member of the Leadership Team

Salary Grade: Band F, Scale point 12-17 £21,162-£23,192 (actual)

Contract: This post is a permanent contract, Monday to Friday 08:15-16:30, 36 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (term time plus INSET days).

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 8th February 2023

St John Plessington Catholic College are looking for an enthusiastic, empathetic individual to promote physical health and emotional wellbeing for students and staff, lead on first aid and provide first aid duties. The successful candidate will provide support and supervision for mental health and provide a high standard of effective, person-centred and evidence based assessment of wellbeing. Daily support will be required to oversee the daily management of students’ medical needs, such as the administering of medication and overseeing of medical needs.