• Hours: Part time
  • Salary Type: Annual
  • Language: English
  • Closing Date: 07 December, 2023 12:00 AM

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Lunchtime Supervisor - Ysgol Eglwyswrw

Pembrokeshire County Council
Job Description

Open ended post for 5 hours per week term time only for 44.8 weeks per annum, equating to £2,596.95 pro rata rising to 45.8 weeks £2,654.92 pro rata per annum after 5 years' service.

Ysgol Gynradd Eglwyswrw is seeking a dedicated Lunch Time Supervisor to join our vibrant team.

Nestled in the serene village of Eglwyswrw near Crymych, Ysgol Eglwyswrw is a warm and inviting school that radiates happiness. As a Lunchtime Supervisor, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of our pupils during their mid-day break. Your responsibilities will encompass overseeing dining areas, playgrounds, and circulation spaces. We are eagerly seeking an individual who effortlessly connects with children, exudes enthusiasm, and embraces a positive outlook.

This is a permanent position, requiring only 5 hours per week during term time-a wonderful opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of our pupils. Join our team today!

The school will consider a job share role.

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Support & Additional Info
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  • Please note, we have a legal obligation to consider employees for suitable alternative employment if their posts are at risk; therefore prior consideration will be given to existing employees who meet the person specification and are registered on our redeployment pool.

Welsh language skills are desirable. Applications may be submitted in Welsh and will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.