We are recruiting for School Meals Supervisory Assistants (SMSAs) to join our team supervising students during the lunchtime period and helping to ensure the smooth running of our catering facilities during this busy period of the school day.

Due to COVID-19, the School is currently operating a staggered lunch break system and therefore require our SMSAs to cover a longer lunchtime period on a temporary basis.

The position would ideally suit someone with a positive, friendly and ‘can-do’ approach and who will:

  • Support our students and staff;
  • Work effectively as part of a team;
  • Be positive and pro-active;
  • Have excellent communication skills.

Experience is not necessary as full training will be given.

If you would like to be a part of this successful and thriving school we would like to hear from you.

For more information about the role and/or to discuss an application please contact the School Office on 01225 832873 or email hr@st-gregorys.org.uk

Applications should be emailed to Miss Jackson, HR Manager at hr@st-gregorys.org.uk. Please note that we are unable to accept CVs or postal applications.


Contract type:  Permanent, part-time, term time only

Hours:

Temporary working hours (due to COVID 19) until further notice: Monday to Friday 12:30pm – 2.40pm, term time only

Normal working hours will then be: 1.20 – 2.40 pm, Monday to Friday, term time only

Salary: £9.36 per hour
Temporary salary: £370 gross per month, including holiday pay
Normal salary: £227.96 gross per month, including holiday pay
Paid in 12 equal monthly amounts.


We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check. Details of our CP Policy can be found on our website at www.st-gregorys.org.uk/useful-information/key-documents.

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