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Return completed application forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post to: Mrs A Guest, Health Futures UTC, 350 High Street, West Bromwich, B70 8DJ.
Health Futures UTC governing body currently has a vacancy for a parent governor to serve for a period of up to 4 years. Joining the UTC governing body as a parent member offers you the opportunity to make a real contribution to the life and work of Health Futures UTC.
The Health Futures UTC Governing Body aims to ensure that students are attending a successful school, which provides them with a good education and supports their well-being. Members play a key role in supporting the strategic leadership of the school, the raising of standards, overseeing the budget and monitoring progress in the curriculum. Being a member can be very rewarding and will provide you with the opportunity to work as part of a team and gain new skills. Don’t worry if you have no experience, as full training and support is available.
Please note that the most important duty of any governor is to attend meetings of the governing body and you should be sure that you are committed and available to do this before applying. At Health Futures UTC the governing body meets 4 times per year. Meetings usually start around 4:00pm.
If you have further queries or would like more information about becoming a parent member please contact Mrs Ruth Umerah, Principal, on the number at the top of this letter. Alternatively please contact the Chair of Governors, Professor Linda Lang by emailing our admin email account at: email@example.com.
If you wish to nominate yourself as a parent governor then please complete the enclosed form and return it to Annette Guest, Health Futures UTC, 350 High Street, West Bromwich, B70 8DJ as soon as possible. If necessary, an election will be held and further details will be sent in due course.
Post: Exam Invigilator
Salary: £8.50 per hour
Start Date: March 2019
Hours: As and when required
Health Futures is an exciting new school which opened in a multi-million pound building in September 2015. We are pleased to offer an outstanding individual the opportunity to join us as we go into the spring term of our fourth year. As a health and science focused school you can expect state of the art facilities and students who are keen to learn science in order to follow a range of careers in health and medical fields.
Established with the backing of the University of Wolverhampton and in partnership with a wide range of health sector employer partners, including all West Midlands NHS Trusts, WM Ambulance Service and the Mid-counties Co-operative Pharmacy, Health Futures is responding to the identified skills gap that is preventing local young people taking up the varied and valuable career paths in this sector.
Health Futures UTC has vacancies for a number of Exam Invigilators. The majority of hours will be worked, as and when required, during May and June each year although there is the opportunity to assist with mock exams at other times during the year.
The invigilator plays a crucial role in the smooth running of exams. The school is seeking applicants who are calm and responsible. All exams take place within the guidelines set down by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and training will be given to the successful candidates. Preferably with an educational background or an interest in education, the successful candidates will relate positively to all learners, be extremely reliable and flexible with good verbal communication skills, and comfortable addressing large groups of students.
Examinations start at 9.00 am and would require invigilators to be on site for 8.30 am. Afternoon examinations commence at 1.30 pm so invigilators need to be on site by 1.00 pm.
All staff are responsible for the welfare and safeguarding of our pupils, therefore, this post is subject to enhanced DBS and prohibition checks.
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For more information about Health Futures UTC and for our application form please visit our website at: www.healthfuturesutc.co.uk. Or for an informal discussion about the role, or to arrange a visit please contact us on 0121 794 2888.