Sidcot Careers

Here at Sidcot we have a Quaker legacy upon which we hold ourselves to account and through our values we look to challenge and support each other to be all that we can be.

Current Vacancies

Job Type
New

Breakfast Club Supervisor

Salary:
£2,643.70
Closing Date:
12/06/2024
Hours Per Week:
07:30 - 08:30 Monday to Friday during term time
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New

Chef - Full Time

Salary:
£28,600 per annum plus excellent benefits
Closing Date:
17/06/2024
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Equestrian Centre Groom

Salary:
£21,325.56
Closing Date:
Open
Hours Per Week:
36.5 hours per week, year-round
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New

Holiday Club Out of School Care Worker

Salary:
£6,308.98 per annum
Closing Date:
30/06/2024
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Kitchen Porters

Salary:
£20,930 pa (£11.50 per hour) plus excellent benefits
Closing Date:
Open
Hours Per Week:
Full Time
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Closing Soon

Quaker, Peace and Global Studies Coordinator

Salary:
£18,693 per annum (£40,949 FTE)
Closing Date:
02/06/2024
Hours Per Week:
Part time 0.6 FTE, term time only, permanent
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School Cleaner

Salary:
£14,950 per annum (£11.50 per hour) plus excellent benefits.
Closing Date:
Open
Hours Per Week:
07:00 - 12:30 Monday to Friday (25 hours per week, year round)
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Sidcot School is committed to education that equips young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to help create a socially just and environmentally sustainable world.

In order to meet this commitment we actively seek employees with the skills and qualities that enable our school to create a meaningful and stimulating learning environment. We look for passion and professionalism in our people and value the ideas and creativity with which staff solve problems and create solutions.

Building a vibrant learning community requires team players who are willing to listen and take the time to connect to others. An internationally diverse student community offers the opportunity to explore a wide range of issues that occur within the curriculum, as an active learner yourself you will bring contemporary global issues in to your lessons.

The ability to engage in critical reflection is an important part of the performance review system here at Sidcot, by actively seeking constructive feedback we value the multiple-perspectives that allow us to learn and develop.

We pride ourselves on a tolerant school community, this requires empathy and understanding and those that join our school hold an inclusive mind-set from which they seek to understand and connect authentically to others.

The School is fully committed to the principles of equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion.  We are committed to attracting and retaining the very best staff.

If you have a disability and need any assistance with the application process, please contact jobs@sidcot.org.uk

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