Midday Supervisor – September

Full Time

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Are you an enthusiastic individual who would like the opportunity to join a friendly team? Do you wish to work in an environment where you will feel valued and respected? Are you passionate about helping children?

TeacherActive are looking for a Midday Supervisors in Pontypridd and Cardiff to join a friendly and fantastic school. Starting immediately, you will work 5 days a week between 11:45 – 13:15, supervising primary school children during their lunch break. Your main responsibilities will include –

Helping children cut up their food
Control any queues
Maintain a calm environment
Supervise the return of plates and crockery
Supporting the children to play
Keeping the children safe
Successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure and provide at least 2 references.

TeacherActive will offer the successful Lunchtime Supervisor:

A dedicated one to one Consultant amongst a team of friendly Consultants who will work hard to find the perfect role for you.
You will be paid £10.65 per hour.
Work that is local to you!
All of our supply staff are paid on a PAYE basis, so you can rest assured that you’re paying the right level of Tax and National Insurance and there’s no messing around with admin charges coming out of your hard earned cash.

All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability and then invited to register with TeacherActive.

Registration involves an enhanced DBS check, ID checks and will require you to supply good professional references. We pride ourselves on excellent service. We can provide a wide range of opportunities in schools and other educational institutions, with good rates of pay, at times to suit your needs.

Regular external audits have shown repeatedly that our standards are exceptional. We are passionate about finding the right staff for each environment.

TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and operates as an Employment Business in providing temporary or contract job-seeking services