Contract Type: Full Time
Support Role:
Technician
Job Start Date: 2021-09-01
Salary: Single Status 3/4 (approximate pro rata’d salary of £16,014 - £16,656)
School Type:
Academy Secondary Aged
School Size: 1001-2000
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Arundel Road, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 4LX
Ofsted Ranking: Outstanding 1

Overview

Performing Arts Technician

Start Date : September 2021

Permanent

37 hours per week / Term Time Only

Seaford Head School is seeking to recruit an efficient and skilled technician who can support our Arts Faculty across all sites.

Experience in the performing arts and an interest in education is desirable.

The successful candidate will work closely with our Music, Drama and Dance departments with their sound, lighting and other technical requirements as well as support the extra-curricular activities across the Faculty.

The need to work flexibly is a must, particularly for rehearsals, concerts and other performances through the year.

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About Seaford Head School

Monkton Combe School is an independent boarding and day school of the British public school tradition, near Bath, England. The Senior School is located in the village of Monkton Combe, while the Prep School, Pre-Prep and Nursery are in Combe Down on the southern outskirts of Bath. Founded in 1868, the school maintains many strong traditions with a particular emphasis on high academic and sporting achievements. The school also has a strong Christian ethos within the Anglican tradition. The school is also a member of the Rugby Group of independent schools in the United Kingdom.[1]

The Senior School (current pupil numbers are around 380) admits children from age 11 through to 18; the Prep School admits children from age 7 to 13 and the Pre-Prep has classes in Kindergarten (3 – 4), Reception (4 – 5) and Years 1 and 2 (5 – 7). The Nursery based within the Prep School grounds provides pre-school care (ages 2 – 3). The Senior School and Prep School both have a strong boarding tradition; however, day pupils comprise one third of the intake of the Senior School and are in the majority in the Prep School. Since 1992 the school has been co-educational, having merged with Clarendon School for Girls.