New College Worcester: ASSISTANT ACTIVITIES CO-ORDINATOR Search for: Advanced Search Place Ad Browse Ads Search Ads New College Worcester: ASSISTANT ACTIVITIES CO-ORDINATOR Contact Information Contact Sheila Wood Phone: 01905 763933 More Information New College Worcester is a nationally regarded non-maintained special school, devoted to the education of visually impaired young people aged 11 – 19. NCW has a ‘Good’ OFSTED report. We are seeking to appoint the following: JOB TITLE: ASSISTANT ACTIVITIES CO-ORDINATOR REF: C181/0219 Grade / pay scale: SCP18-21 (£18,870 - £20,541) Are you the person we are looking for – to work closely with the Activities Co-ordinator and, where appropriate, other colleagues to provide a programme of activities primarily outside the normal school teaching day (evenings and weekends) and involving residential trips which will require flexibility in days and hours. NCW is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is conditional on two references, an enhanced DBS Clearance and Registration, and medical clearance. NCW is an Equal Opportunities employer Experience of teaching students with a vision impairment is not a requirement of the post as the College is primarily interested in appointing an effective member of staff. Full details and application form can be downloaded from NCW’s website (www.ncw.co.uk) or contact Sheila Wood for further information on 01905 763933. Candidates must complete an NCW application form, CVs alone are not accepted. Or telephone, write or e-mail for details to: Sheila Wood New College Worcester Whittington Road Worcester WR5 2JX Tel: 01905 763933 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 12.00, 1 February 2019 All applications will be acknowledged by email. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted after the closing date. INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD ON: Friday 8 February 2019. AdSense code This Ad has been viewed 37 times.