Thank you for your interest in joining our team. Please note Morley Memorial Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks and a disqualification declaration are required for these posts. Before applying for a position please take the time to familiarise yourself with the following important documents.
Visits to the school are both welcomed and encouraged. If you would like to arrange a visit or find out more about any of the vacancies please contact the school office on 01223 508786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All letters of application and completed application forms should be sent to email@example.com.
If you are applying for a post as a teacher please complete a MMPS Teacher-Employment-Application-Form-Sept 2017 . For all other posts please complete a MMPS Support-Staff-Application-Form-Jan 2017
We currently have the following opportunities available.
Chair of Governors (voluntary)
Our governing body has been ably led by the current chair for the past 6 years. We are now looking for a new Chair who shares our vision for high quality, creative education to take on the leadership of this talented and committed team of governors and play a crucial role in the strategic development of the school. This is a voluntary position with a commitment of circa (or up to) 20 days per annum. Appointments are made by the Board of Governors for an initial four year term.
- Provide leadership to the board of governors and ensure that governors fulfil their functions for the proper governance of the school and that statutory requirements and regulations are met.
- Ensure that the board of governors sets a clear vision, strategy, and ethos for the school.
- Lead the board of governors in monitoring the headteacher’s implementation of the school strategy and priorities for improvement.
- Ensure oversight of the financial performance of the school and effective use of the schools resources.
- Support the headteacher, including acting as a sounding board and providing feedback.
- Ensure that the board of governors has the required skills, and that all governors receive appropriate induction and ongoing training.
- Ensure that the board of governors has the information it needs to discharge its responsibilities, including appropriate mechanisms for listening to the views of parents, pupils, and staff.
- Work with the headteacher and clerk to plan and organise meetings of the board of governors.
- Chair meetings of the board of governors effectively, ensuring that governance is efficient and effective
- Where required, represent the board of governors in its dealings with external partners and be an advocate for the school.
- Ensure that complaints made to the board of governors are dealt with in a timely and effective manner.
Skills and personal attributes
- Experience of chairing a board of governors or equivalent experience chairing a board or committee in a non-executive capacity.
- An understanding of the primary education system and the role of governors within it.
- A commitment to the values and ethos of Morley Memorial.
- Highly organised.
- An effective communicator
For further details on the role please visit Morley Memorial Primary School website. Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the school and visits or an informal chat may be arranged by contacting the school office.
The final date for applications to be considered is Monday 3rd December at 10am
Deputy Office Manager with responsibility for HR
We are looking for a Deputy Office Manager with responsibility for HR to join our office staff.The salary range is Level 2 Scale 4 point 18-21 (£18,870 – £20,540 FTE, to be pro rated for term time working) and the hours of work are 37 hours per week during term time only, starting at 8.30am each day Monday -Friday (plus approx. 3 days during the school holidays by agreement.)
We are a happy, friendly school with a supportive staff team. Our aspirations for the children will be achieved by providing the teaching staff with excellent office support. Our ideal candidate will be able to adapt to all aspects of working in a busy school office, show initiative and take the lead in providing a friendly welcome to all visitors, parents and pupils. Strong IT skills and the willingness and ability to develop those skills in a school environment would be a significant advantage.
A recruitment pack is available on the job opportunities page of the school website (www.morley.cambs.sch.uk) or from the school office (01223 508786, firstname.lastname@example.org). If, however, there are further things you need to know, do feel free to contact the school.
Visits to the school are also welcomed and encouraged.We very much look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible and by 10 am on Monday 26th November at the latest. Shortlisting will be based upon each applicant’s capacity to demonstrate how they meet the criteria.
Interviews will take place on a rolling basis from 26th November onwards
Morley is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be expected to undertake an enhanced DBS check. The appointment will be subject to satisfactory references.
Full-time Year 4 class teacher (maternity cover)
Are you a creative teacher with high expectations?
Do you want to be part of a successful Cambridge city school team?
Morley Memorial Primary School is a happy, inclusive school located in Cambridge. We are a successful school with values at the heart of what we do and a mission to make learning truly irresistible through our creative curriculum.
We are looking to appoint an passionate and skilled Year 4 teacher who is committed to delivering inspiring learning experiences and challenging all children to excel. We are looking for a colleague who:
shares our high expectations
is able to build positive relationships with children and adults
has excellent knowledge of the KS2 curriculum
The school has benefited from a recent building project which has given us great facilities and upgraded IT provision. The introduction of G-suite across the school is enabling us to work more collaboratively and share expertise and resources in new ways. We are embarking on a programme of CPD focusing on looking at not what we do in the classroom but the impact that we have and how we can maximise that for all learners. These are exciting times for us!
Visits to the school are welcomed and applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the school office on 01223 508786 to arrange a visit.
Final date when applications will be considered: 10am. Wednesday 21st November. Early submission of application is recommended as interviews may be held on a rolling basis as candidates are shortlisted.
Play and Lunch Leader (Mid-day Supervisor)
Salary: Scale 1c (£8.62-£8.74 ph)
Contract type: 7.5 hours
Contract term: Permanent
Do you enjoy play and being outdoors?
We are looking to appoint a mid-day supervisor to join our friendly team at Morley Memorial Primary School, Blinco Grove, Cambridge CB1 7TX
Working hours are Monday to Friday 11.30-13.00 (term-time only). Overtime hours may be available
Have the desire to lead safe and stimulating play
Be committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding children
Be able to work as a team
This post is subject to Enhanced DBS check and disclosure of disqualification from working with children.
Closing date for applications:
Interviews : on a rolling basis
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS checks.
Playworker Required for Spectrum
Scale 1 (point 10-12) £8.74-£8.90
Want to get paid to play? Working to facilitate fun indoors and outside, all year round!
Morley Memorial Primary School have Playwork vacancies for November 2018, and we’re looking for new members to join our team of staff to provide a play-based childcare provision for children in Breakfast, After-School Club and Holiday Clubs (Spectrum). Spectrum is a fun and busy club, where the children feel at home in a welcoming and stimulating environment. Breakfast Club provision runs from 0730-0845 and After-School Club from 1500-1800 Monday to Friday during term-time. Optional Casual Hours are available between 0800-1800 in school holidays and teacher training days.
We currently have vacancies for afternoon hours however there is scope for additional hours at breakfast club, during school lunchtimes and holidays. Hours are open to negotiation but letters of application should indicate availability.
Applicants should be enthusiastic, patient, conscientious and aware of their duty of care to the children in the setting. Flexibility and teamwork skills are obviously crucial, as is a sense of ebullience and the desire to play. Successful applicants will be expected to adhere to all policies and procedures of the setting and undertake appropriate training to compliment any existing qualifications and experience.
For more information on the position and for application details please phone the school office on 01223 508786 or email email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Friday 23rd November 2018
Interview date for shortlisted candidates will take place on a rolling basis.
Morley school is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. In accordance with this, applicants will be vetted through references and the Disclosure Barring Service (DBS).