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Swimming Instructor

Job Summary

Employer:
Moss Hall Junior School
Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Part time
Advert Start Date:
30/01/2018
Advert End Date:
23/02/2018 17:00
Salary:
Starting £19,749 (pro rata)
Hours per week:
2 days per week
Job Category:
Teaching - Schools
Vacancy ID:
106903

Job details 

Closing date
23 Feb


Job information

School Name: Moss Hall Junior School
School Address: Nether Street, Finchley, London N3 1NR
Tel: 020 8445 7965
Email: office@mosshalljnr.barnetmail.net

Post Title: Swimming Instructor

Job share: 60/40 spilt

Salary: from £19,749 (pro rata)

Part-time Position: 2 days per week

Days of Work: to be agreed – please state your preference on your application


We are looking for an enthusiastic swimming instructor to join our team.
Could this be you?

We need someone who is passionate about children’s fitness and who will help each of our learners to develop confidence and key life skills in our onsite pool!

Essential Short listing Criteria:
- Trained life guard and swimming instructor (current qualifications)
- Current or recent teaching experience
- Understanding of the needs of the primary swimming curriculum
- Proven track record of success – pupil progress and attainment
- Evidence of effective communication and relationships within a learning community
- Commitment to the protection and safeguarding of our children

Interested?

Visits to the school are encouraged. Please call us to make an appointment.

Application forms and further information can be found on our website: www.mosshalljunior.co.uk

Closing Date: 23 February 2018
Interviews: Friday 2 March 2018

Moss Hall Junior School is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children; and we expect all of our staff to share this commitment.

The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

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