VACANCIES AT THE STEINER ACADEMY HEREFORD
We are an all-through rural school with 330 pupils (3-16 yrs.). Our enthusiastic and talented staff are supported by committed parents. Our pupils achieve well academically and our ambition for them is that they become responsible and free individuals, who think clearly, observe perceptively and act constructively for the good of the world.
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Tel: 01981 540 221 | www.steineracademyhereford.eu
Steiner Academy Hereford, Much Dewchurch, Hereford HR2 8DL
LAND STEWARD VACANCY
Main Purpose of the job
To manage the Academy grounds and their usage. To develop the outdoor spaces in keeping with the curriculum . To implement and maintain the land management plan in keeping with aims and objectives .
Main responsibilities of the job will include the following areas:
- Grounds management
- Implementation of landscape maintenance and management plans.
- Community work including workdays
- Health and Safety compliance activities (e.g pond security, play equipment risk assessments, clean and clear access)
- Waste management – composting and woodchip
- Administrative tasks – e.g. schedule of works for contractors, grant procurement, local contractor supplier list
- Promote sustainable practise where appropriate.
This is a year round part-time role. Please refer to the job description and person spec. for full details.
- £10.37 per hour
- Salary £20,000 x 8154 (TTO plus Inset & Development adj) =£6, 611.35 pro rata salary (15 hours per week) plus 6 workdays and 15 days during school holidays = £8,244.08 per annum + pension
For an Application Pack, Job description, Person Spec, Application Form & Landscape and Management Plan please contact us directly – firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01981 540 221
Closing Date for applications
Friday 28th November 2014 – 3.30pm
Under the Equality Act of 1 October 2010, The Academy is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for the benefit of everyone. It is part of our core ethos to respect and value each person as an individual human being, each with their own gifts and challenges and this is regardless of, sex, race, religion and belief, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, and maternity. The Governing Body and staff recognise their responsibilities in preparing young people for life in our culturally diverse society and showing by example the value of respect for each other as well as self-respect. They also recognise the opportunity to demonstrate that commitment both as a community resources provider and as a local employer. The Steiner Academy wishes to employ staff who are caring and will uphold the ethos and curriculum of the Academy. To support this, the Academy takes into account the guidance issued by the DfE to be applied from 1st January 2007 ‘Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education