Summer Term 2017 Vacancies
We currently have vacancies for 2 Teaching Assistant (Post 1 – 21.15 hours per week / Post 2 – 11.15 hours per week (both Term Time only)) to start in September 2017. Please click on the link for the advert for more information. An application form and job descriptions can be found below. Please return all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post for the attention of the Business Manager.
Please do take the time to read our information regarding the Disclosure and Barring Service and the details regarding each post, both located in our vacancy section under the relevant heading. Please note the safeguarding declaration must be completed by all prospective candidates and submitted with an application form.
Application Forms and supporting information for you to download:-
Application Form for Teaching Staff
Please do call our Business Manager on 01924 302820 should you have any questions, need special assistance or an application form by post and we will be able to help. Please note all applications should be returned either by email to email@example.com or to the Academy address, marked for the attention of the Business Manager.
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
All candidates securing employment at Middlestown Primary Academy wiill be subject to the following employment checks in order to confirm suitability to work with children and young people:-
- The Barred List;
- The Prohibited Order (National College for Teaching and Leadership) for teaching posts only;
- An Enhanced DBS certificate.
As a prospective employee you will need to be aware that since May 2013, standard and enhanced checks no longer disclose ALL cautions and convictions. Following a Court of Appeal ruling, the Government introduced a process of ‘filtering’.
‘Filtering’ is similar in its concept to the rehabilitation periods under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. However, instead of establishing what is ‘spent’ and so what doesn’t get disclosed on a basic check, ‘filtering’ establishes what doesn’t get disclosed on a standard or enhanced DBS check. In the first 3 months that it operated, 8,344 individuals had a conviction filtered, and 27,903 had a caution filtered.
Information that is filtered will be removed from a DBS check automatically the next time you apply for one. But it doesn’t get ‘removed’ or ‘wiped’ from police records. In practice, it means that if you’re applying for a job or role that involves a DBS check, you are legally entitled to withhold the details of anything that would now be filtered.
Cautions – Multiple cautions can be filtered, so long as the offences are eligible and the relevant time period has passed for each. Each caution is dealt with separately.
Convictions – Only single convictions that didn’t lead to a suspended or custodial sentence can be filtered, so long as the offence is eligible and the relevant time period has passed.
Please refer to the following link with regard to the filtering rules for record check certificates:-
Please refer to the following link with regard to the list of offences that will never be filtered from a DBS certificate:-
We will ask candidates at both the application stage and the interview stage to provide details of convictions and cautions but only those that we are legally entitled to know in line with the above guidance.
Please contact the Business Manager on 01924 302820, who will help and advise you, should you need further assistance.