SENIOR SCIENCE TECHNICIAN
To start October 2021 or sooner
NJC GRADE 6, points 9-12 - £20,903- £22,183 (£17,847 £18,940 pro rata)
Term Time Only plus INSET days
37 hours per week (unpaid lunch break of 30 minutes daily)
Working hours are : 7.45 am 3.45 pm (3.15pm Friday)
We are seeking an outstanding individual to fill the post of Senior Laboratory Technician to start in October 2021. This role involves co-ordinating resources, providing assistance and giving technical advice to meet the practical needs of the science curriculum.
Supervising a team of two, you will be responsible for preparing resources, assembling apparatus and obtaining materials.
Successful applicants will be able to work under pressure and to deadlines, be well organised and have good communication skills with adults and students.
Education to GCSE level in at least one science subject and a working knowledge of scientific principles are essential.
We can offer you :
If you feel you have the necessary skills for this position and would like further information, an application form and job description can be downloaded from the links provided on the school website at www.
worthinghigh.net / vacancies or from the school by phoning 01903 237864. Further information about the school and details of how to apply can also be obtained from the school website.
Completed applications should be sent to Mr Panayiotou, Headteacher, at the address below or emailed to vacancies worthinghigh.net.
Closing date for applications is Friday 24 September at 9am - an early application is advised as we reserve the right to close the vacancy early if sufficient suitable applications are received.
Interviews to be held on Friday 1 October 2021 (in person, Covid safe interviews)
At SDET we are committed to safeguarding and all applicants must be willing to undergo
screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. If you
are successful in your application you will be subject to such a check before the appointment is
confirmed. This will be done by means of applying for an Enhanced Disclosure , including
barred list check. Disclosures include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well
as convictions, spent or unspent.