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Staff Vacancies

We currently have vacancies in the following areas:

English Teacher - MPS

Teacher of English KS3-KS5

Apply by Friday 31 January 2020 required for Easter 2020

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: MPS 1-6/UPR.

Contract Type: Full Time

 

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate Teacher of English, to join a forward-thinking and innovative team within this high achieving Federation.

 

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

 

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress. Even with headline figures above national in our secondary schools, we recognise that we still have gains to be made. G.C.S.E results for 2019 showed increases in English, Maths and Science in both secondary schools.

 

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

 

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date: Friday 31 January 2020 (Noon)      

Interviews:  From 3 February 2020

 

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Ms Bayfield using the following address lindsay.bayfield@gablehall.com

 

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

 

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English Teacher - UPS

Teacher of English KS3-KS5

Apply by Friday 7 February 2020 required for Easter 2020

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: MPS 1-6 / UPR for exceptional candidate.

Contract Type: Full Time

 

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate Teacher of English, to join a forward-thinking and innovative team within this high achieving Federation. UPR for exceptional candidate.

 

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

 

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress. Even with headline figures above national in our secondary schools, we recognise that we still have gains to be made. G.C.S.E results for 2019 showed increases in English, Maths and Science in both secondary schools.

 

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

 

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date: Friday 7 February 2020 (Noon)      

Interviews:  From 10 February 2020

 

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Ms Bayfield using the following address lindsay.bayfield@gablehall.com

 

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

 

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Person Spec

English Teacher - Lead Practitioner

Lead Practitioner for English

Apply by Friday 7 February required for Easter or September 2020

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: L9 - 13

Contract Type: Full Time

 

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate Lead Practitioner English Teacher, to join a forward-thinking and innovative team within this high achieving Federation.

 

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

 

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress. Even with headline figures above national in our secondary schools, we recognise that we still have gains to be made. G.C.S.E results for 2019 showed increases in English, Maths and Science in both secondary schools.

 

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

 

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date:  Friday 7 February 2020 (Noon)      

Interview: after 10 February 2020

 

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Ms Bayfield using the following address lindsay.bayfield@gablehall.com

 

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

 

Job Description

Person Spec

Chemistry - Head of Subject

Head of Chemistry

Apply by Friday 7 February required for Easter 2020

Location: Thurrock

Salary/Rate: MPS/UPR + TLR 2b

Contract Type: Full Time

 

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate Head of Chemistry, to join a forward-thinking and innovative team within this high achieving Federation.

 

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

 

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress. Even with headline figures above national in our secondary schools, we recognise that we still have gains to be made. G.C.S.E results for 2019 showed increases in English, Maths and Science in both secondary schools.

 

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

 

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date:  Friday 7 February 2020 (Noon)      

Interview: after 10 February 2020

 

Completed application forms should be returned as attachments for the attention of Ms Bayfield using the following address lindsay.bayfield@gablehall.com

 

 Do not hesitate to contact the school 01375 400800 if you have any further queries

 

Job Description

Person Spec

Learning Support Assistant

Learning Support Assistant (SEMH)

 Required for April 2020

28 Hours per week - Term time plus training days

Band A:  Point A2-B10 (Pt A2 - £12,233 pa actual)

Apply by Friday 28 February 2020 required for Easter 2020

Location: Thurrock

 

 

Applications are invited for a suitably qualified Learning Support Assistant (SEMH) to assist the SENCO in supporting SEND students and facilitate the effective implementation of Learning Support Plans and Education Health Care Plans.

We are looking for a Learning Support Assistant (SEMH) who will need to be an enthusiastic and flexible person. The successful candidate will support the pupil in class and liaise with the college, school and home.  Candidates should be of GCSE/O Level Grade A-C standard in English and Maths.  

About the schools:

The Ortu Federation is made up of Ortu Corringham Primary School, Ortu Gable Hall School, Ortu Hassenbrook and the Ortu Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Centre. Teaching opportunities are available from KS1 to KS5 across the Trust.

 

We know that helping shape students’ lives and turning aspirations to reality have rewards that include, but transcend academic excellence. At all Ortu Schools, children and young people experience a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning journey through their primary, secondary and post-secondary years. Staff and parents work hard together to create a caring and mutually respectful ethos to prepare students well for the demands of the 21st Century. Our highly personalised curriculum; exceptional extra-curricular opportunities; student leadership culture, and sound attainment make Ortu schools very exciting places in which to learn, work and play. High quality teaching and pastoral care combine to make Ortu schools a truly unique experience. Our staff are committed and determined to uphold and promote the long established high standards, which have ensured that our students progress confidently to college, university and employment, with the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to lead successful, positive and productive lives.

Our challenge is to maximise our pupil’s progress. Even with headline figures above national in our secondary schools, we recognise that we still have gains to be made. G.C.S.E results for 2019 showed increases in English, Maths and Science in both secondary schools.

 

Here is why you should work at the Ortu Federation:

We are hardworking and are fully committed to our improvement journey. Staff development is an entitlement; we offer a range of high quality CPD both in house and through the Trust. Significant numbers of staff are able to access leadership training at all levels. Other benefits for all staff include cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

 

Ortu schools are warm, welcoming places to work and relationships throughout the schools are positive. Of course, we know that you enjoy working with young people and want to make a difference to their lives. 

Extra-curricular activities, particularly in the Performing Arts, is our strength: sports, drama, music, art, community action, public speaking and enterprise as well as Duke of Edinburgh and Thurrock’s Next Top Boss.

We could say a lot more but we think the best way for you to get a feel for what it would be like to work for an Ortu school is to pay us a visit. Lindsay Bayfield, would be happy to arrange for you to talk to students and staff so do give her a call on 01375 400800

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

Closing date: Friday 28 February 2020 (Noon)      

Interviews:  From 4 March 2020

 

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Person Spec

Exam Invigilators

Ortu - Gable Hall School

 

 

EXAMINATION INVIGILATORS

 (£9.06 per hr)

 

Required to join our team of Invigilators to implement examination procedures and ensure proper conduct of students during examination sessions at various times throughout the academic year assisting with the smooth running of exams.   The successful candidates will need to be conscientious, reliable and punctual, highly flexible and able to relate to learners.  Full training will be provided.

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS will be required for this post together with at least 2 written references.

 

Please visit our website www.gablehall.com/vacancies to download details and an application form or email ghsoffice@gablehall.com and an application pack will be sent when the school reopens.

 

 Closing date                31 January 2020

Interview                       6 February 2020

 

Job Description

Person Spec

Cleaner

10 hours per week (2 hours per day)

 

   Monday – Friday 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm

 

Actual salary £4,421 (salary equal to £9.06ph)

 

term time + 3 weeks

  

We require an organised, self-motivated, reliable and flexible person to ensure that different areas of our school are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness.

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced CRB will be required for this post together with at least 2 written references.

 

Please visit our website to download details and an application form or call 01375 400800 for an application pack or visit our website.   

 

Closing date:       12 February 2020

 

Interview date:    14 February 2020

 

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Staff Application Form

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