Support Roles

We currently have the following vacancies.

If you would like to apply for any of our roles, please complete the relevant application form, and either email to recruitment@leamanor.luton.sch.uk or post to:

  • Sarah Mullane - HR Administrator, Lea Manor High School, Northwell Drive, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU3 3TL 

Please note that CVs will not be accepted for any post in the school.

If you would like further information on any of our vacancies please call Sarah Mullane, on 01582 579714.

Examination Invigilator (Hourly Paid)

Job Title: School Examination Invigilator

Salary: L2 Grade – £9.55 per hour

Contract Type: Casual

Lea Manor High School are seeking School Examination Invigilators who is able to use their own initiative and will have the prime responsibility for the smooth and effective conduct of examinations.  The ideal candidate will be flexible, resourceful and responsive to the needs of the school during examination periods. If you are the ideal candidate then please apply.

The successful candidate will be required to be:
  • Responsible for the administration of the examination process
  • Safeguard and maintain the Health & Safety of pupils in the examination rooms
  • Complete attendance registers and/or seating plans
  • Able to check information and maintain accurate records.
  • Excellent organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Applicants for this public-facing post will need to demonstrate the ability to converse, and provide effective help or advice, fluently in spoken English
We can offer you
  • Supportive staff team
  • Enthusiastic pupils who want to learn
  • Employee benefit scheme (Perkbox)
  • Excellent Staff Room facilities
  • Discounted membership access to on-site recreation centre, sports equipment and facilities including a swimming pool and gym
  • Employee advice, information and counselling service – AXA Be Supported

MISSION STATEMENT

In order to create super learners equipped with the qualifications, knowledge, and skills to make lifelong choices we are committed to developing the following key skills: Resilience, Responsibility, Rationality, Reflection and Resourcefulness (5Rs). We are uncompromising in our belief that there are ‘no shortcuts to success’ and are dedicated to ensuring the academic, social and emotional progress of all our pupils.

STAFF COMMITMENT

In order to support pupils achieving the 5Rs, Lea Manor High School staff plan and prepare lessons that encourage and support independence. We consistently monitor and track pupils’ progress in line with curriculum expectations supporting them in becoming lifelong learners.  Our passion for learning means we bring our subject to life beyond the classroom.  We provide pupils with innovative intervention programmes that enrich their knowledge and serve to broaden horizons.

At our school every child matters to us, we ensure that our additional learning programmes provide pupils with the support to achieve in line with their peers. Sometimes families experience difficulties and we work with pupils alongside parent/carers, as well as, outside agencies to ensure pupils are kept on track to achieve great outcomes.

We are fortunate to have a fantastic building that provides a superb learning environment. The school is a richly diverse community and this is something that we celebrate.  Learning spaces have been carefully designed to provide optimum conditions for learning and the allocation of ICT facilities to teaching rooms is very generous. Our community facilities, which include a library and a theatre, have been developed with our mission ‘no shortcuts to success’.

Lea Manor High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).

JD-Exam-Invigilator.pdf

Learning Support Assistants (Hourly Paid)

Job Title: Learning Support Assistant

Salary: L3 Grade - £9.94 per hour 

Contract Type: Casual

Lea Manor High School are looking for Learning Support Assistants to join us. This is a great opportunity to begin or further your career within a friendly and supportive staff team.  

The successful candidate needs:
  • GCSE Maths and English grade 4 or above.
  • Applicants for this public-facing post will need to demonstrate the ability to converse, and provide effective help or advice, fluently in spoken English
  • Provide high quality support to individual students with SEND needs.
  • Monitor key students closely, providing sufficient support and intervention.
  • Act as a key worker for pupils and be their primary link between school and home.
  • Experience of working in an educational setting.
  • Contribute in support of individual pupils identified.
  • Be able to communicate effectively with teachers, parents and colleagues. 
  • Support individuals or groups with their learning in identified timetabled lessons. 
We can offer you
  • Supportive staff team
  • Enthusiastic pupils who want to learn
  • Employee benefit scheme (Perkbox)
  • Excellent Staff Room facilities
  • Discounted membership access to on-site recreation centre, sports equipment and facilities including a swimming pool and gym
  • Employee advice, information and counselling service – AXA Be Supported

MISSION STATEMENT

In order to create super learners equipped with the qualifications, knowledge, and skills to make lifelong choices we are committed to developing the following key skills: Resilience, Responsibility, Rationality, Reflection and Resourcefulness (5Rs). We are uncompromising in our belief that there are ‘no shortcuts to success’ and are dedicated to ensuring the academic, social and emotional progress of all our pupils.

STAFF COMMITMENT

In order to support pupils achieving the 5Rs, Lea Manor High School staff plan and prepare lessons that encourage and support independence. We consistently monitor and track pupils’ progress in line with curriculum expectations supporting them in becoming lifelong learners.  Our passion for learning means we bring our subject to life beyond the classroom.  We provide pupils with innovative intervention programmes that enrich their knowledge and serve to broaden horizons. 

At our school every child matters to us, we ensure that our additional learning programmes provide pupils with the support to achieve in line with their peers. Sometimes families experience difficulties and we work with pupils alongside parent/carers, as well as, outside agencies to ensure pupils are kept on track to achieve great outcomes.

We are fortunate to have a fantastic building that provides a superb learning environment. The school is a richly diverse community and this is something that we celebrate.  Learning spaces have been carefully designed to provide optimum conditions for learning and the allocation of ICT facilities to teaching rooms is very generous. Our community facilities, which include a library and a theatre, have been developed with our mission ‘no shortcuts to success’.

Lea Manor High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).

JD-LSA-Hourly-Rate.pdf

Core Subject Specialist Intervention Assistant (Hourly Paid)

Job Title: Core Subject Specialist Intervention Assistant

Salary: UQT 1 - £17.65 per hour 

Contract Type: Casual

Lea Manor High School are seeking Core Subject Specialist Intervention Assistants who are able to use their own initiative, supervise and develop support for teaching and learning across the Core Subjects under the supervision of the class teachers.  The ideal candidate will be flexible, resourceful and responsive to the needs of the school during term time and holidays to deliever intervention sessions to year 11 pupils.

If you are the ideal candidate then please apply. This is a great opportunity to begin or further your career within a friendly and supportive staff team.  

The successful candidate needs:
  • GCSE Maths and English grade 4 or above.
  • A-Level qualification in the core subject e.g. Maths, English or Science
  • Applicants for this public-facing post will need to demonstrate the ability to converse and provide effective help or advice, fluently in spoken English
  • Provide high-quality support to individual pupils 
  • Contribute to the planning of teaching and learning for small groups/or individual pupils on a short, medium and long-term basis.  Contribute to the planning of lessons and work programmes, the devising of activities and target setting. 
  • Monitor key students closely, providing sufficient support and intervention.
  • Experience of working in an educational setting.
  • Be able to communicate effectively with teachers, parents and colleagues. 
  • Support individuals or groups with their learning in identified timetabled lessons. 
We can offer you
  • Supportive staff team
  • Enthusiastic pupils who want to learn
  • Employee benefit scheme (Perkbox)
  • Excellent Staff Room facilities
  • Discounted membership access to on-site recreation centre, sports equipment and facilities including a swimming pool and gym
  • Employee advice, information and counselling service – AXA Be Supported

MISSION STATEMENT

In order to create super learners equipped with the qualifications, knowledge, and skills to make lifelong choices we are committed to developing the following key skills: Resilience, Responsibility, Rationality, Reflection and Resourcefulness (5Rs). We are uncompromising in our belief that there are ‘no shortcuts to success’ and are dedicated to ensuring the academic, social and emotional progress of all our pupils.

STAFF COMMITMENT

In order to support pupils achieving the 5Rs, Lea Manor High School staff plan and prepare lessons that encourage and support independence. We consistently monitor and track pupils’ progress in line with curriculum expectations supporting them in becoming lifelong learners.  Our passion for learning means we bring our subject to life beyond the classroom.  We provide pupils with innovative intervention programmes that enrich their knowledge and serve to broaden horizons. 

At our school every child matters to us, we ensure that our additional learning programmes provide pupils with the support to achieve in line with their peers. Sometimes families experience difficulties and we work with pupils alongside parent/carers, as well as, outside agencies to ensure pupils are kept on track to achieve great outcomes.

We are fortunate to have a fantastic building that provides a superb learning environment. The school is a richly diverse community and this is something that we celebrate.  Learning spaces have been carefully designed to provide optimum conditions for learning and the allocation of ICT facilities to teaching rooms is very generous. Our community facilities, which include a library and a theatre, have been developed with our mission ‘no shortcuts to success’.

Lea Manor High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).

Core-Subject-Specialist-Intervention-Assistant.pdf

Clerical Assistant

Job Title: Clerical Assistant 

Salary: L3 Grade - £15,783 - £16,753 a year (Actual Salary)

Contract Type: Permanent

Contract Hours: 37 hours per week, Term time plus 5 days

Working Days: 8.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Thursday & 8.00am to 3.30pm Friday

Closing Date:  Midday - 28 October 2019

Lea Manor High School are seeking an experienced, committed and enthusiastic Clerical Assistant who is able to use their own initiative.  The ideal candidate will be flexible, resourceful and responsive to the needs of staff, pupils and parents in a busy office environment.  If you are the ideal candidate then please apply.

The successful candidate needs:
  • Administration of the cover process for staff absence
  • Maintain the records and following departmental policies and procedures in communication with school staff or parents.
  • Typing agendas and minute taking, distribution of departmental meetings.
  • Reception duties, meeting and greeting students, parents and visitors. Keeping the area neat and tidy
  • Maintain pupil data, records, admissions records and attendance registers, using computerised systems as appropriate.  
  • Able to check information and maintain accurate records.
  • Excellent organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Applicants for this public-facing post will need to demonstrate the ability to converse and provide effective help or advice, fluently in spoken English
We can offer you
  • Enthusiastic pupils who want to learn
  • Employee benefits scheme (Perkbox)
  • Excellent Staff Room facilities
  • Discounted membership access to the on-site recreation centre, sports equipment and facilities including a swimming pool and gym
  • Employee advice, information and counselling service – AXA Be Supported

MISSION STATEMENT

In order to create super learners equipped with the qualifications, knowledge, and skills to make lifelong choices we are committed to developing the following key skills: Resilience, Responsibility, Rationality, Reflection and Resourcefulness (5Rs). We are uncompromising in our belief that there are ‘no shortcuts to success’ and are dedicated to ensuring the academic, social and emotional progress of all our pupils.

STAFF COMMITMENT

In order to support pupils achieving the 5Rs, Lea Manor High School staff plan and prepare lessons that encourage and support independence. We consistently monitor and track pupils’ progress in line with curriculum expectations supporting them in becoming lifelong learners.  Our passion for learning means we bring our subject to life beyond the classroom.  We provide pupils with innovative intervention programmes that enrich their knowledge and serve to broaden horizons.

At our school every child matters to us, we ensure that our additional learning programmes provide pupils with the support to achieve in line with their peers. Sometimes families experience difficulties and we work with pupils alongside parent/carers, as well as, outside agencies to ensure pupils are kept on track to achieve great outcomes.

We are fortunate to have a fantastic building that provides a superb learning environment. The school is a richly diverse community and this is something that we celebrate.  Learning spaces have been carefully designed to provide optimum conditions for learning and the allocation of ICT facilities to teaching rooms is very generous. Our community facilities, which include a library and a theatre, have been developed with our mission ‘no shortcuts to success’.

Lea Manor High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).

JD-Clerical-Assistant.pdf

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