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Vacancies

Safer Recruitment

St Antony’s Roman Catholic School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Please read the Guidance Notes before completing and returning all relevant documents.

Click To Download - Guidance Notes for Teaching Staff Applicants
Click To Download - Recruitment Monitoring Form
Click to Download - Senior Leadership Application Form
Click To Download - Teacher Application Form
Click To Download - Support Staff Application Form

Please email your application, including the Recruitment Monitoring Form and any covering letter to: head@st-antonys.com or send to Mrs K. Rothwell, Headteacher's PA, St Antony’s Roman Catholic School, Bradfield Road, Urmston, M41 9PD.

Joining our team

We employ the very best staff to work with us and our talented team.  Our staff satisfaction surveys are very positive and we have a low staff turnover.  We provide excellent terms and conditions of service and provide good support and development for all our staff.  We value the work that everyone does and work together as a team to provide the best service for our students and their parents.

Working at St Antony's is hard work but very rewarding.

Teaching Vacancies

Are you looking for a new challenge in a positive, proactive and supportive environment?  If so, we ask that you strongly consider applying for any of the teaching positions listed below. Under new leadership and embarking on an exciting new stage of the school’s journey, St Antony’s is a great place to work. Enhancing pupils’ lives and experiences through a carefully-planned and knowledge-rich curriculum is at the core of everything we do, as we aim to empower confident young people and leaders of the future. St Antony’s is warm and friendly and staff are very supportive of each other.  Since 2017, pupil numbers have grown considerably from 450 to a capacity figure of 698 this year. We are over-subscribed and are now the number one choice for many families in our area.

Improvements have been made in all areas over the last few years and continue to do so.  If this small introduction has piqued your interest then please read the additional information for the post, which forms part of the application pack. These letters detail some of the key features of our lovely school.  In addition, we are more than happy to discuss this post by telephone or in person, prior to interview.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Director of MFL with opportunity of Whole School Responsibility

Salary: MPR/UPR TLR 1.1 £8,706

Contract type: Permanent

Start Date: Monday 17th April 2023

Contracted hours: Full time

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Modern Foreign Languages, Head of Department to join our growing school. The ability to teach French is essential.

You will be responsible for the day-to-day management and teaching of French and Spanish across the school. A key element involves liaising with the Senior Leadership Team on the development of the department and the overall curriculum. As the Head of Department, you will have the opportunity to facilitate and lead MFL as well as organise trips.

Your role:

  • Stretch and challenge students' abilities
  • Accountable for learning and achievements of students across the academy
  • Motivate staff- leading by example
  • Abide by Academy's procedures regarding recording, monitoring, analysing data

Please read the following Headteacher letter for further details of this role.

Headteacher letter - Director of MFL

Curriculum Leader Job Description

Person Specification Head of MFL

Deadline –All applications should be made on the above Teaching Staff Application form and returned, along with a completed Recruitment Monitoring Form, to the school by post or emailed to Head@st-antonys.com by the closing date of Friday 3rd February at 12 noon.

Support Staff Vacancies:

Learning Support Assistant

Start Date: ASAP

Term Time Only plus 2 INSET days

31.25 hours per week (negotiable)

Scale: Band 1-3, Point 1-11

Salary: £20,258 - £23,194 (Pro Rata) £14,714 - £17,471 (Actual) Dependent upon qualifications and experience

St Antony’s has an excellent SEN provision, and currently have a vacancy for a Learning Support Assistant. We are looking for someone with a positive approach and a determination to make a difference to the lives of our young people.

We are looking for people who are enthusiastic, professional and willing to learn. You will have a collaborative approach in supporting our students and contribute to the Catholic ethos of the school.

Working hours are flexible and can be discussed should you be selected for interview.

Overview of a typical day

Every day is different and diverse. In the classroom you will be supporting a range of students, with a wide range of needs. It is very rare that you will be sat still. You will develop positive and impactful relations with students across the school.

During form times and working break you will be delivering interventions, responding to emails and contacting parents, tracking student progress, liaising with subject teachers and pastoral staff and supporting pupils in assembly if needed. You may also represent the department at parent meetings and contribute to the Annual Review process.

Support can range from Year 7 to Year 11, this may be 1:1 or with a group of students. Additionally you may be required to support students in their exams.

All applications should be made on the above Support Staff Application form and returned, along with a completed Recruitment Monitoring Form, to the school by post or emailed to Head@st-antonys.com by the closing date.

Application deadline: Friday 10th February 2023 at 12pm.

Casual Exam Invigilators

Contract type: Casual

Hours:             Term time only during exam periods

Salary:             £12 - £12.80  per hour (dependent on experience), which includes holiday roll up

Interviews:      To be confirmed

St Antony’s Roman Catholic School is looking to appoint a bank of enthusiastic, flexible, invigilators to support students during their exams. Invigilators need to be available in November, March, May & June and able to stand for long periods of time. You will be subject to a DBS check. As an invigilator you will be responsible for maintaining the security of the question papers at all times and conducting examinations in accordance with the examination board regulations. Previous experience would be beneficial; however, full training is provided.

For further information please contact Mrs Laura Rowles on 0161 911 8001 or email l.rowles@st-antonys.com

Safer Recruitment

St Antony’s Roman Catholic School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service.