Staff Vacancies

Campbell College is recruiting for the following positions: 

Classroom Assistants - Senior School 

Classroom Assistants assist with the educational progress and the pastoral care of the pupil(s) with special educational needs who is/are in the teacher’s care inside or outside the classroom.  They contribute to the inclusion of the pupil(s) in mainstream school.

Classroom Assistants are responsible, in the first instance, to the teachers, Head of Learning Support and, ultimately, to the Headmaster and Board of Governors.

These permanent posts, commencing in September 2024, are for a number of positions for students from Year 8 to Year 13, with contracts varying from part time to full time (32.5) hours. Job share positions are also available.  The duration of appointment is subject to review and is dependent upon the continuation of funding from DENI for each student.

Pay is as per the NJC scale; points 5-6; £21,575 to £21,968 per annum, pro rata.

Application is by Curriculum Vitae and covering letter. In the covering letter, please state which position/s you wish to be considered for (full-time/part-time/job share). Please also include a completed Monitoring Questionnaire and Health Declaration.

 The closing date for applications is Friday 31st May 2024 at 12noon.

Classroom Assistants - Junior School 

Classroom Assistants assist with the educational support, pastoral care and inclusion of those children with special educational needs who are entrusted into our care.  They are responsible, in the first instance, to Miss Andrea Brown (Head of Junior School) and Mrs Lynsey Keenan (Special Educational Needs Coordinator), and ultimately to the Headmaster of the College and to the Board of Governors.

The hours of employment are dependent upon the individual pupil and the nature of his Statement of Special Educational Needs and the post is term-time only.  Pay is as per the NJC scale; points 5-6; £21,575 to £21,968 per annum, pro rata.

The duration of appointment is subject to review and is dependent upon the continuation of funding from the Department of Education for Northern Ireland. 

Post A … 30.0 hours per week (Initially in P6):  9.00am – 3.00pm

Post B … 30.0 hours per week (Initially in P2):  8.40am – 2.40pm

Post C … 22.5 hours per week (Initially in P4):  Flexibility in Days/Times

Additional hours may also be available for assisting with wrap-around care

Application is by submitting an application form.  Please also include a completed Monitoring Questionnaire and Health Declaration.

 The closing date for applications is Thursday 30th May 2024 at 12noon.

Groundsperson

Full-time, permanent position, commencing as soon as possible 

To work as part of a team to maintain the College playing fields and general grounds.  The hours of work are 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 4.15pm.  There will be an unpaid lunch break of 30 minutes and a rest break of 20 minutes each morning.  Given the seasonal nature of the role, there is a need for flexibility with regard to longer working hours, which may, on occasion, include evenings and weekends.

Remuneration NJC scale Point 3 - currently under review.

The person appointed will be entitled to an initial allocation of 34 days’ holiday per year and, after 5 years’ continuous service, an additional 4 days.  Annual holidays should largely be taken outside term time and must be agreed in advance with the Estates Manager.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 29th May 2024 at 12noon. 

 

The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. 

The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. 

The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College.