Richard Alibon is a great place to work.

We will provide you with:

  • a vibrant and supportive working environment to help you grow your career with us and beyond
  • regular opportunities to grow further, stretch yourself and learn new skills
  • the support you need to achieve your full potential

We have an excellent track record of growing teachers and teaching assistants, at all stages of their careers, within our happy and committed team.

Currently we have a vacancy for a Relief Mid Day Assistant.  The closing date is Wednesday 13th March 2024.

Scale 1b (£14.16 per hour) – 6.25 hours per week

Term Time Only

We are looking to appoint highly motivated and enthusiastic Mid-day Assistants to support with the supervision of pupils during the lunch break on an ad-hoc, temporary basis.

You will:

·       Be able to communicate fluently with both the adults and children

·       Supervise pupils in the playground, encouraging them to learn playground games and managing behaviour as appropriate

·       Supervise pupils whilst they eat their lunch,maintaining good order.

·       Help to foster independence and self-confidence

·       Be adaptable and able to work as part of a team

·       Have a child centred approach

·       Hold a first aid qualification or be willing to train

Midday Job Description

Midday Person spec Feb 24

Short Form Privacy Notice

Non-Teaching Application Form

The completed application form can be emailed to the school office or returned as a paper copy.

Richard Alibon Primary School is committed to developing a rich culture, a diverse workforce and a healthy work environment in which every employee is treated fairly, is respected and has the opportunity to contribute to the success of the school, while having the opportunity to achieve their full potential as individuals. Diversity at Richard Alibon refers to all the characteristics that make individuals different from each other. It includes characteristics or factors such as religion, race, ethnic origin, language, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age or any other potential factor of difference. We understand that the wide range of experiences and perspectives resulting from such diversity promotes innovation and success within our school.

Please note that the school does not accept CVs under any circumstances. It is important that you complete the application form above.  All positions are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974: if you have been convicted of a criminal offence, you must supply details (offence, date and sentence) in a sealed envelope with your application.  These will be kept confidential; the school strictly adheres to the General Data Protection Regulations.  In the event of a successful application, you will be required to apply for an enhanced DBS disclosure and complete a ‘Disqualification by Association’ check. Any job offers made are always conditional, subject to the satisfactory completion of the above safeguarding checks, reference returns which will check your career history and a probationary period.