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Godmanchester Community Education Trust is now Orchard Learning Trust

Career Opportunities

As we are a Multi-Academy Trust, we regularly have exciting opportunities for educational professionals which can be based at the Trust, or at any of the schools within the Trust.


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  • Site Officer - GBA

    Published 04/10/19

    REQUIRED as soon as possible

    Site Officer: 20 hours per week, 52 weeks per year: 2 hours in the morning, 2 hours in the evening (to suit community use). Salary at point 5 – equivalent to a full time salary of £18795 per annum.

    Godmanchester Bridge Academy is a recently opened school with a new building and facilities, which will accommodate up to 420 pupils on the Romans’ Edge estate of Godmanchester.

    We are looking to recruit a Site Officer who will take pride in the school and has a good range of DIY skills to keep our site well maintained, clean, secure and safe. The role is to ensure the security and upkeep of the school site, completing a planned maintenance programme, including supervision of external contractors.

    This role involves split shifts as well as the need to attend emergency call outs, and will include some evening and may include weekend work.

    The successful candidate will be reliable, hard-working and flexible. Previous experience of facilities or site maintenance is highly desirable.

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  • Playworker - Kids Club

    Published 26/04/19

    Playworker – 18.75 hours per week, £8.16 per hour. 7.45am-9am; 3pm-5.30pm 5 days per week

    Orchard Learning Trust is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Playworker to join the Kids Club team at Godmanchester Community Academy.

    This is a great opportunity to work in the Trust with a friendly but dedicated childcare team and wonderful children.

    We are looking for someone who:

    • enjoys and has experience of working with children
    • is used to following activity plans and enjoys using their initiative
    • demonstrates good people skills and shows commitment to working in a caring, supportive team
    • is creative, flexible and kind in your approach to supporting children to achieve their best
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