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Food Studies Technician

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29 Jun 2021

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King Edward VI High School for Girls in Birmingham, one of the best independent day schools in the country, seeks a Food Technician to join our successful Food Studies Department.

Job title: Food Studies Technician

Reporting to: Head of Food Studies

Salary: £6,157 actual (£19,515 FTE) plus benefits - Grade 3 SCP 6

Hours: Thursday and Friday 8.30am to 4.30 pm with a 30 minute unpaid lunch break.

Type of position: Part time, permanent, term-time (including INSET days)

Benefits: School fee discount, defined contribution pension, lunch in term time, complimentary access to gym facilities and parking

Start date: 1st September 2021

The Food Studies Department

Food Studies is taught as part of our Digital Learning and Technology course which encourages girls to be expressive and imaginative, to solve problems and to develop their creative abilities. Current options in Digital Learning and Technology include Food Studies, Electronics, Textiles, Film Making, and ICT.

The Food Studies department has its own well-equipped room. Food Studies is currently taught as part of a carousel in Key Stage 3, as an enrichment option in Year 10 as well as being a very popular course taken by Sixth Form students as part of the School's Sixth Form enrichment offer. The focus is on developing practical skills and learning about nutrition.

The Governors are also committed to investing in a new state of the art technology area.

How to apply:

To apply for this role, forward a completed application form (available for download via the button below and a covering letter outlining why you feel that your skills and experience would equip you to take on this role, by email to Jenny Butterworth, Assistant Bursar.

The deadline for applications is 9am Friday 25th June. Early applications are welcome. Depending on the number of applications received, we reserve the right to bring the deadline forward.

Interviews will take place provisionally in the week commencing 28th June.

If you have any queries about the role or would like to discuss it in more detail, please contact Jenny Butterworth, Assistant Bursar.
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