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House Staff - Non-Residential

House Staff - Non-Residential

Posted 15 March by The Stephen Perse Foundation
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Role Description
SPF is an exceptional sixth-form college for UK and international students, typically aged between 15 and 19, who are ambitious about their university places and career. Boarding supervisors help create the environment to support successful study and a high quality of presentation and care.

You will be part of a team providing supervision and support throughout term time and evenings, overnight and at weekends, although the overnight shifts do not require you to be awake all night.

Experience is preferable but not essential, as full training is provided.

Location SPF Boarding:

  • St Barnabas, St Barnabas Road, Cambridge;
  • Scholars House, Mill Road, Cambridge;
  • Hope House, Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge

Hours of work: You will work a 3-week rota involving weeknights and weekends. For further information please contact us.

Salary Guide: Actual salary £11,871, pro rata for term time only (34 weeks), (FTE £16,571)

Benefits include:

  • Free parking at the boarding houses
  • High-quality meals whilst on duty
  • Contributory pension scheme - matching up to 6%

About the Role:
The role of Boarding staff has two main elements: to oversee the domestic aspects of boarding at SPF and assist with the supervision of boarders. S/he will manage the student kitchenettes, laundry, cleaning and repairs of the boarding facilities and will liaise with the catering staff. The job description cannot encompass all aspects of the job which requires a 'Duty of Care’ for the students and a flexible approach to meet that requirement.

About You:
Experience of children and young people or of working in a schools would be great, but if you have a caring nature, like being around people and are willing to help out as needed with domestic tasks then this is a role you would enjoy.

As boarding staff provide 24/7 cover you need to be able to work shifts, including weekends, sleep-ins, and Bank Holidays during term-time.

This will be a thoroughly rewarding post for the right candidate, working with very capable colleagues and with well-mannered and appreciative students.

Application process

Please apply directly through our online recruitment portal by clicking the Apply button.

We are unable to accept CVs as a method of application.

Interviews will take place as we receive suitable applications.

The Stephen Perse Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Required skills

  • Cleaning
  • Supervision
  • Welfare
  • Young People
  • Boarding

Reference: 37522699

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