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Science Technician

Trumpington Community College forms part of the Cambridge Cluster within United Learning; five schools who work collaboratively to further support our students through the quality of teaching and learning. We work as a team and achieve more, by sharing, than any single school could.


Future growth of the school will offer excellent future career progression opportunities. The school is located on the south side of Cambridge. The school was built in 2015 and the main school building provides an outstanding environment for our community.

Science Technician

Location: Cambridge

Salary: £19,835 to £21,381 (FTE) / £17,039 to £18,366 (actual, term time only)

Closing Date: Friday 31 December 2021

Interviews:

The role

 

We are currently looking for a Science Technician to join our Science Department.

 

The successful candidate must:

 

  • Be organised and show initiative
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Be resilient and resourceful
  • Have high expectations of achievement and behaviour
  • Enjoy working as part of a hardworking and happy team

 

The successful candidate should have a knowledge and understanding of:

 

  • How to work as part of a team
  • Effective communication within a team
  • Basic scientific concepts
  • Basic health and safety
  • Basic IT skills

 

The technician role is vital in supporting teaching staff in the delivery of lessons through the preparation and organisation of practical equipment.  The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate relevant experience and the ability to meet deadlines. 

It is a very exciting time to join Trumpington Community College and play a role in the transformational journey we are currently undergoing. Future growth of the school will offer excellent future career progression opportunities. The school is located on the south side of Cambridge. The school was built in 2015 and the main school building provides an outstanding environment for our community.

 

We are value-driven and our vision is to provide excellent education so that all young people are able to make a success of their lives. Our most important purpose is to teach young people things they would not learn outside school which empower them. We believe that ‘Knowledge Is Power’. We believe in teaching through explicit/direct instruction (Rosenshine) and utilising Doug Lemov’s ‘Teach Like a Champion’ techniques. Our mission is to bring out ‘the best in everyone’. We are unapologetically ambitious for every child, no matter what their background, prior attainment or needs may be. We also believe in ‘Education with Character’ – we want young people to look back on a schooling that has inspired and challenged them, given them wide opportunity and prepared them for the ups and downs of life. We are driven by ‘REACH’ values: Respect, Enthusiasm, Ambition, Confidence and Hardwork.

 

We value our staff highly and treat workload very seriously. Our systems are high leverage, ensuring that you can really focus on your core purpose – teaching or supporting teaching in a sustainable way, unhindered by bureaucracy or poor behaviour.

 

We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date if we consider that we have received an appropriate number of suitable candidates for the post.