Working at Ribblesdale

Working at Ribblesdale

Science Laboratory Technician
Are you an enthusiastic, highly motivated person and extremely well organised person? If so, this is a fantastic opportunity to become a key member of the support staff at Ribblesdale High School, working in the heart of the Ribble Valley in Lancashire. The role is to provide practical and administrative support to the science department to facilitate effective teaching and learning. You will be required to prepare equipment and chemicals for practical lessons, ensuring resources are maintained, stored and disposed of appropriately. The successful candidate will be a proactive and positive person, who is thorough and able to work on his or her own initiative. It is essential that you have strong IT skills and experience of Microsoft Office. Experience of working in a laboratory would be advantageous.
Receptionist / Administration Officer
Are you an enthusiastic, highly motivated and extremely well organised person? If so this is a fantastic opportunity to become a key member of the support staff at Ribblesdale High School, working in the heart of the Ribble Valley in Lancashire. The successful candidate will be a proactive and positive person, who is approachable and has a calm, professional manner. He/she will be able to communicate well with pupils, parents and staff. If successful, you will be responsible for the day to day operation of a busy student services reception area. You will be required to work with and compliment the current administrative team by undertaking a range of duties including administration support. It is essential that you have strong IT skills and experience of Microsoft Office.
Teaching Assistant – Level 2
We are seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant – Level 2 with knowledge of working with pupils with ASC and speech, language and communication needs. The successful applicant will work collaboratively with our teachers to meet the personal, social and curriculum-related needs of pupils. The person appointed will work pupils with a wide range of special educational needs and/or pupils for whom English is a not the first language. He/she will have the skills to establish positive, supportive and constructive relationships with pupils, parents, carers and the wider community, and to contribute ideas and strategies to the SEND team. The role will involve assisting with the planning, delivery and evaluation of the curriculum and developing resources to support pupils in accessing their learning. You would be expected to plan and implement teaching and learning activities for individuals and groups.
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