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Vacancies

Rainhill High School and Sixth Form is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all Staff and Volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to a Disclosing and Barring Service Enhanced Disclosure Certificate.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED URGENTLY

For schools routine testing

Would you like to volunteer and help us?

We are currently looking for an army of volunteers to carry out various roles following the Government announcement to deliver weekly lateral flow tests from 4th January to staff and pupils in secondary schools until Easter 2021.

There will be a variety of roles to be undertaken;

  1. - Quality Lead
  2. - Team Leaders
  3. - Testing Assistants
  4. - Test Processors
  5. - COVID 19 Coordinators
  6. - Admin roles
  7. - Cleaners

If you are available immediately on a weekly basis, we would love to hear from you, whether you are a parent, community orientated or just have spare time on your hands. Training will be provided as well as full PPE equipment.

Please fill out the Volunteer application on our school website available at www.rainhillhighschool.org.uk/... and return to jobs@rainhillhighschool.org.uk or Mrs A Mawdsley,

HR Manager at the above address.

These roles will be subject to the statutory enhanced safeguarding checks.

Volunteer testing role descriptions

1. Quality Lead/Team Leaders

Responsible for the overall on-site operations at the test site, including day-to-day workforce management. Ensure quality assurance, incidents, risks mitigation across the testing service.

2. Test Assistant

Provides guidance and supervision to subjects on swabbing as requested. Collects completed swabs and pass them to the Processing Operatives. Ensures cleaning of swabbing bays.

3. Test Processor

Prepares test sample for analysis, conducts processing of LFT and interprets result. Provides results to Results Recorder. Ensures cleaning of processing bays.

4. COVID 19 Co-ordinator

Sign-off and schedules testing activities; ensuring communications and consents are actioned; management of positive cases as per school guidelines.

5. Admin roles

a. Registration Assistant

Responsible for ensuring subjects have registered and distributing test kits on arrival. Ensures orderly entry of subjects onto the testing site.

b. Results Recorder

Collates results from Processing Operatives and uploads to digital solution.

6. Cleaner

Cleans the testing bays, and ensures waste is correctly disposed of, including working with clinical waste provider to dispose of clinical waste

Volunteer Application Form (Doc)

Volunteer Application Form (PDF)

Governance Vacancies on the Board of Trustees

Stephenson Multi Academy Trust currently comprises of just over 1800 students across Rainhill High School and Sixth Form, with partners Robbie Fowler Football Academy and Liverpool Football Club.

When children join us at the age of 11, they join a very special community. As a school we value each student as an individual and aim to provide the best level of care, learning and development for each one of them, within and beyond the classroom. Our aim is to ensure that students leave us as happy, self-assured and independent individuals with a clear sense of social responsibility and the skills and qualifications to take their next steps confidently.

We are currently seeking dynamic, committed and morally principled people to work with us who will share our commitment to excellence, innovation and collaboration and who can attend daytime and/or evening meetings, with any of the following skillset/experience:

  • Accountancy and/or Finance
  • Legal skills and/or qualifications
  • Education (any phase)

In return, you would know that you would be making a difference to the life chances of children and young people.

As a Trustee you would not be expected to have a working knowledge of the education sector; what is more important to the role is your specific working skillset.

The role of Trustee would be challenging but also rewarding; in giving something back to the community, Trustees would develop a range of both new and existing skills in addition to receiving free training and opportunities for professional development.

The typical time commitment would be to attend three Board meetings and three Sub-Committee meetings per year in addition to the AGM, and at least one visit to the site during the working day to undertake a tour and/or Link Trustee visit.

To apply - please send a copy of your CV, together with a 1 x sided overview of how your qualifications, skills and experience to date make you an ideal candidate to Rob Owens (Company Secretary) – Rob.Owens@rainhillhigh.org.uk by 5pm on Tuesday 12th January 2021.

For an informal chat about the role – please contact Rob Owens (Chief Operating Officer and Company Secretary) on 01744 677 205.

More information, from the Department for Education, regarding Trustees and their responsibilities can be found via the following links:

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/924673/Academies_governance_role_descriptors.pdf

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/925104/Governance_Handbook_FINAL.pdf

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