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We as an organisation, are committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure along with other relevant employment checks.

We educate 250 profoundly deaf children.  We offer the opportunity to teach highly motivated children in small classes at a centre of excellence for deaf education.  No knowledge of sign language is required - we follow the auditory/oral philosophy.

Applications for teaching roles are welcomed from both Teachers of the Deaf and teacher of hearing children.  Teachers without a formal qualification to teach deaf children would be required to qualify through in-service training within 3 years of appointment.  SEN point 2 would be awarded on completion.  The opportunity to study for a Master's degree is also available.  We would fund these courses on your behalf.

Please find our latest job vacancies below.  You can download an application form here:  Application Form (pdf)      Application Form (word)

For further information on any of the below vacancies please contact Sarah Stratford on 01635 244284.

Completed application forms should be emailed to [email protected]

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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check.

Current Vacancies

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Earmould Technician Arlington Laboratories (full time)

Based in Greenham, Arlington Laboratories is one of the largest earmould manufacturers in the UK. Due to our ongoing growth, we now have an opportunity for you to join our skilled team.We’re looking for a motivated team player to join our expert technicians, working on the manufacture of earmoulds for newborns to adults. Good hand/eye co-ordination is essential, as is a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. No experience is necessary, as full training will be given.Closing date: Friday 2 NovemberInterviews: w/c Monday 5 NovemberFor more information call Jo Revell, General Manager, on 01635 569346 or email [email protected] successful candidates will be subject to DBS checks. Mary Hare is a registered charity: 1048386Click here to download the application formClick here to download the job description 

Based in Greenham, Arlington Laboratories is one of the largest earmould manufacturers in the UK. Due to our ongoing growth, we now have an opportunity for you to join our skilled team.

We’re looking for a motivated team player to join our expert technicians, working on the manufacture of earmoulds for newborns to adults. Good hand/eye co-ordination is essential, as is a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. No experience is necessary, as full training will be given.

Closing date: Friday 2 November

Interviews: w/c Monday 5 November

For more information call Jo Revell, General Manager, on 01635 569346 or email [email protected]

All successful candidates will be subject to DBS checks. Mary Hare is a registered charity: 1048386

Click here to download the application form

Click here to download the job description

 

Full Time Term Time Child Carestaff (Permanent)

We need resourceful, caring and committed people to work with teenage deaf children in their social time at this school for hearing impaired children. It would suit qualified and experienced care workers or those who are well educated, articulate, willing to train and be part of a whole school approach to care.  We would prefer applicants to have a full clean driving license. Candidates do not need to have experience of deafness or sign language as we communicate through spoken English. However, an enjoyment of working with young people is essential.Salary - £22,401FTE (£20,347.59 Pro rata for term time only)Completion of appropriate Diploma - £23,866FTE (£21,678.30 Pro rata for term time only)Hours - 41 hours per week which are worked over a shift pattern of two weeks to include mornings, evenings, weekends and sleeping in duties when working. The pay for sleeping in is £34.68 per night.Closing Date: 26th October 2018Interviews:       6th November 2018To apply for this position, please click here.Please note that we will not progress your application without a fully completed and submitted Mary Hare Application Form which can be found on the school website.We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check. 

We need resourceful, caring and committed people to work with teenage deaf children in their social time at this school for hearing impaired children. It would suit qualified and experienced care workers or those who are well educated, articulate, willing to train and be part of a whole school approach to care.  We would prefer applicants to have a full clean driving license. Candidates do not need to have experience of deafness or sign language as we communicate through spoken English. However, an enjoyment of working with young people is essential.

Salary - £22,401FTE (£20,347.59 Pro rata for term time only)

Completion of appropriate Diploma - £23,866FTE (£21,678.30 Pro rata for term time only)

Hours - 41 hours per week which are worked over a shift pattern of two weeks to include mornings, evenings, weekends and sleeping in duties when working. The pay for sleeping in is £34.68 per night.

Closing Date: 26th October 2018

Interviews:       6th November 2018

To apply for this position, please click here.

Please note that we will not progress your application without a fully completed and submitted Mary Hare Application Form which can be found on the school website.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check.

 

Teacher of Art & Design (maternity cover)

Required for the January 2019For the new Spring Term Mary Hare is seeking a well-qualified and dynamic teacher able to teach Art & Design across Year 7 to Year 13. All pupils receive lessons in Art & Design at KS3, at Key Stage 4 we offer AQA GCSE Art & Design as Fine Art. We also run Art & Design GCSE’s in Graphic Communication, Photography and Textile Design. In the Sixth Form we offer AQA Fine Art AS & A Level. We also run Art & Design AS & A Level in Photography and Textile Design. Skills in a variety of art forms is highly desirable but a willingness to teach across the Art and Design curriculum is essential.The Art and Design Department is a strong, creative and vibrant environment with students producing high quality work across a range of disciplines. The subject is taught to GCSE and A level, with a high number of students proceeding to Foundation and Degree Courses. Visiting artists regularly contribute to the art curriculum through a variety of workshops.  Art and Design is offered through the following endorsements; Fine Art, Textile Design, Graphic Communication and Photography.The Art and Design Department works alongside Arlington Arts based on the Mary Hare campus, to create an all year around visual arts programme, hosting works by students and teachers alongside that of professional artists.Salary is set within national guidelines and is for 0.8 to full time.Applications are welcomed from both teachers of the deaf and teachers of hearing children who would be interested in this unique opportunity to teach deaf children. To apply for this role please click here to start the application process.*Please note that without a completed and submitted Mary Hare application form, we will be unable to further your interest in this role. *Closing date:   Friday 2nd November 2018Interviews:      W/c 5th November 2018 

Required for the January 2019

For the new Spring Term Mary Hare is seeking a well-qualified and dynamic teacher able to teach Art & Design across Year 7 to Year 13. All pupils receive lessons in Art & Design at KS3, at Key Stage 4 we offer AQA GCSE Art & Design as Fine Art. We also run Art & Design GCSE’s in Graphic Communication, Photography and Textile Design. In the Sixth Form we offer AQA Fine Art AS & A Level. We also run Art & Design AS & A Level in Photography and Textile Design. Skills in a variety of art forms is highly desirable but a willingness to teach across the Art and Design curriculum is essential.

The Art and Design Department is a strong, creative and vibrant environment with students producing high quality work across a range of disciplines. The subject is taught to GCSE and A level, with a high number of students proceeding to Foundation and Degree Courses. Visiting artists regularly contribute to the art curriculum through a variety of workshops.  Art and Design is offered through the following endorsements; Fine Art, Textile Design, Graphic Communication and Photography.

The Art and Design Department works alongside Arlington Arts based on the Mary Hare campus, to create an all year around visual arts programme, hosting works by students and teachers alongside that of professional artists.

Salary is set within national guidelines and is for 0.8 to full time.


Applications are welcomed from both teachers of the deaf and teachers of hearing children who would be interested in this unique opportunity to teach deaf children. 


To apply for this role please click here to start the application process.

*Please note that without a completed and submitted Mary Hare application form, we will be unable to further your interest in this role. *

Closing date:   Friday 2nd November 2018

Interviews:      W/c 5th November 2018

 

Waking Night Staff

We need resourceful, caring and committed people in a variety of roles to work with teenage deaf children in their social time at this school for hearing impaired children.  It would suit qualified and experienced care workers or those who are well educated, articulate, willing to train and be part of a whole school approach to care.  We would prefer applicants to have a full clean driving license.  Candidates do not need to have experience of deafness or sign language as we communicate through spoken English. However, an enjoyment of working with young people is essential.The vacancies available are:Thursday 9pm until Friday 7am at the Primary School.The salary for a permanent Waking Night Staff is based on NJC Point 17 £18,672 for a full time equivalent and the hours of work are 10 hours per shift.Please note that without a completed Mary Hare application form, we will be unable to advance your application to the next stage. Closing Date: 12th October 2018Interview: W/c 15th October 2018 To apply for the above position, please click here. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check. 

We need resourceful, caring and committed people in a variety of roles to work with teenage deaf children in their social time at this school for hearing impaired children.  It would suit qualified and experienced care workers or those who are well educated, articulate, willing to train and be part of a whole school approach to care.  We would prefer applicants to have a full clean driving license.  Candidates do not need to have experience of deafness or sign language as we communicate through spoken English. However, an enjoyment of working with young people is essential.

The vacancies available are:

  • Thursday 9pm until Friday 7am at the Primary School.

The salary for a permanent Waking Night Staff is based on NJC Point 17 £18,672 for a full time equivalent and the hours of work are 10 hours per shift.

Please note that without a completed Mary Hare application form, we will be unable to advance your application to the next stage.

 

Closing Date: 12th October 2018

Interview: W/c 15th October 2018

 

To apply for the above position, please click here.

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check.