Recruitment

Current vacancies: Please click on the roles below for more details.  To apply, please use the application form at the bottom of this page. If you would like more information or an informal chat about any of these roles, please email our recruitment team, recruitment@st-josephscranleigh.surrey.sch.uk  or call the team on 01483 272449.

PLEASE NOTE – we can consider CVs for a first look, but for consideration for shortlisting a fully completed Application Form must be submitted.  We do not sponsor applicants moving from overseas – you must be resident in the UK with right to work, UK National Insurance number & bank account.

Teacher and Subject Leader – Numeracy

Teacher & Subject Leader – Numeracy

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Office Administrator, 37 hours over 42 weeks (39 weeks term time incl CPD days plus 15 days in school closure periods), including Admissions Support

Office Administrator (42 weeks)

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Catering Manager, 37.5 hours over 41 weeks (term time incl CPD days plus 10 days in school closure periods), leading the in-house catering team

Catering Manager

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Deputy House Manager in Residential Children’s Home – 37 hours over 52 weeks (rota), assisting and deputising for House Manager.  Study for L5 QCF paid for by Trust after probation period 

Deputy House Manager

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Care Worker (Children’s Home). Supporting our students who live on site.  Weekends roles also available. Study for Level 3 Residential Childcare Qualification paid for by Trust after probation period.

Residential Care Worker

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Waking Night Care Workers (9pm-7am, 4 nights per week preferred – minimum 2 nights per week – 52 weeks per year)

Waking Night Care Worker

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Supported Living Workers – Long Barn (Beare Green, near Dorking).  Supporting adults to live in the community.  Rota working alternate weekends.  Night Waking roles also available – see advertisement.  Study for QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care Qualification paid for by Trust after probation period.

Long Barn Supported Living Worker

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Supported Living Workers – Springvale, (Cranleigh).  Supporting adults to live in the community.  Rota working alternate weekends.  Night Waking roles also available – see advertisement.  Study for QCF Level 3 Health & Social Care Qualification paid for by Trust after probation period.

Springvale Supported Living Worker

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HR Administrator – 52 weeks (part-time or flexible hours may be available during holidays).  Supporting the staff of St Joseph’s.

HR Administrator

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Teaching Assistant (Education only) – 39 weeks term time.  Supporting our students during the school day. 2 year TA Apprenticeship qualification.

Teaching Assistant

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Recruitment Administrator (Advertising Lead) – HR Team, 52 weeks.  Seeking an experienced recruiter – role includes dealing with social media channels, jobs boards and agencies to attract staff, safer recruitment checks and processes required to start staff.

Recruitment Administrator (Advertising Lead)

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Occupational Therapist (full or part time including newly qualified) – 37 hours over 52 weeks condensed into term time working only

Occupational Therapist

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Speech & Language Therapist (full or part time including newly qualified) – 37 hours over 52 weeks condensed into term time working only

Speech & Language Therapist

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Estates & Facilities – General Assistant (2pm-10pm).  Would suit someone starting out in their working life, with a “can-do” attitude and willingness to turn their hand to assisting throughout the Estates & Facilities team.  

Estates & Facilities General Assistant

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Teaching Assistant with Care Duties (39 weeks term time + 160 hours per year)

TA with Care Duties

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Surrey University Placement Roles   We welcome applications from university students wishing to take up a third year placement at St Joseph’s.  We have again offered Care Worker Placements (52 weeks) in our children’s homes on site commencing summer 2022, Teaching Assistants (Education only) working 39 weeks term time in the school & college commencing September 1st, 2022 and Teaching Assistant with Care Duties placements, working in school during term time (39 weeks) and 160 hours in the care homes during breakfast or after school shifts, weekends or holidays, commencing September 1st 2022.  If any students considering St Joseph’s for a placement in 2023-24 have any queries, please email the Recruitment Team, who will be able to assist.  Please look at specifications for the roles and apply for one placement type only.  Person Specification and job profiles per the TA and Care Worker roles above. 

APPLICATION FORM (for ALL roles)

Please read the safer recruitment procedures document and complete the form below either as an online document OR word document.  Details of how and where to submit either of the forms are included within it.

Online application form: Please click on the link and complete the form online

https://forms.gle/yva2k515RuYVGAs88

Word application form: If you do not wish to use the online form, please complete this word document form. Details of how and where to submit it either by email or post are included within the first page.

Application form 2021-22 (03.22 updated)

Safe recruitment procedures for all applicants

DBS code of practice – GOV.UK

St Joseph’s Specialist Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) certificate. If the post will be in regulated activity with children and / or adults, the DBS certificate will include a check of the relevant DBS barred list(s). It is a criminal offence for barred individuals to apply for work in relevant regulated activity.

Amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975 (2013 & 2020) provide that certain spent convictions and cautions are ‘protected’. These are not subject to disclosure to employers and cannot be taken into account. Guidance and criteria on the filtering of these cautions and convictions can be found on the Ministry of Justice website or in this document.
Nacro Filtering Process Flowchart (DBS Vetting)

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to provide details of all unspent convictions and those that would not be filtered, prior to the date of the interview. You may be asked for further information about your criminal history during the recruitment process. If your application is successful, this self-disclosure information will be checked against the information included in the enhanced DBS certificate before your appointment is confirmed.