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St Rose’s and St Martin’s is an inspiring and rewarding place to work, with a happy, family atmosphere.  We value our staff very highly.  Their specialist skills and dedicated approach are vital to the highly individual education and care we offer to enable children and students to achieve their potential.

St Rose’s and St Martin’s has a strong commitment to support our staff in continuing their professional development.   We offer many ways to achieve this including through our own programme which seeks to ensure that staff can learn and develop skills that keep them at the forefront of developments in this field of education, therapy and care.  Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment in which to work, in a central Stroud location with easy access to buses and trains.

The benefits of working with us include:

A term time only working pattern (with an additional week for in-service training)

Good rates of pay

Contributions to a pension

Free on-site parking and within walking distance of central Stroud

Easy access to buses and trains

Attractive grounds

Low-cost lunches

Subsidised nursery places.

Current Vacancies

For an application form, job description and person specification for any current roles please email joinourteam@stroses.org.uk or call 01453 763793. Details for roles can also be found on Glosjobs, Eteach , Indeed.


Physiotherapist Technician

Salary Band: NJC Band 5 (Scale Points 11-14) £21,748-£23,080 pro rata
Actual Salary for these hours: £10,555-£11,201
Hours: 20 hours & 45 minutes per week on average, term time only plus INSET days Wednesday & Thursday: 08:30–16:15 & Friday 08:30–15:45 (less 40 mins unpaid lunch break daily)
Start Date: As soon as possible
Closing Date: Monday 15th November 2021
Status: Permanent
Interview Date: TBC

A Physiotherapist technician is required to work in a lively environment with a diverse school and college caseload.  The role includes land-based therapy, postural management, aquatic therapy and rebound therapy.  This role offers an excellent opportunity to develop hands-on therapy skills with an exciting and varied client group.  Internal and external training would be offered as appropriate to the successful candidate.   Applications from newly-qualified therapists and clinicians with some experience are most welcome.

St Rose’s is a non-maintained special school and college for pupils with a wide range of complex needs.  We have provision from 2 to 25 years comprising nursery, school and post-19.  Many of our students have physical disabilities as well as sensory, learning and communication difficulties.  Our physiotherapists work closely with occupational therapy, massage therapy, SLT, nursing, education and care staff to meet the complex needs of our students.

St Rose’s is an inspiring, stimulating and rewarding place to work, where new challenges abound.  We have a strong commitment to support staff in continuing their professional development, and we offer many ways to achieve this. Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment to work in.  In addition, there are many other benefits for staff, including a central Stroud location with easy access to buses and trains; on-site parking, attractive grounds, low-cost lunches and subsidised nursery places.

Candidates will require an enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory references prior to taking up the post.  Applications should be made by application form only.  CV’s will not be accepted.  All applicants must be double vaccinated or have a valid exemption.

For an informal conversation about the position, please contact Zoe Stimpson, Lead Physiotherapist, on 01453 763793.  For an application form and job description please email joinourteam@stroses.org.uk or call 01453 763793.

St Rose’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff, and volunteers, to share the same commitment. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.


IT Manager

Salary: NJC Grade 8 Pts 26-30 (£29,636-£32,878) Pay rise pending 1.4.2021
Attendance:  All year round
Start Date:  As soon as possible
Full Time/Part Time:  Full Time
Contract:  Permanent
Closing Date: 15/10/2021 at noon
Interview Date:  TBC

The Trustees and Governors are looking for a committed, enthusiastic, and experienced IT Manager.  The IT is a key role and central to the organisation, reporting to the Principal and being line managed by the Business Manager, they are responsible for providing comprehensive support and resource infrastructure in ICT for St Rose’s network and to ensure data security and compliance with all necessary legislation and accreditations.

The successful candidate will have two direct report – IT analyst and an IT technician. They will provide strategic input to the leadership and governors.  The ability to communicate and influence at all levels is essential.

The post is full-time (37 hours per week) and all year round, with 6 weeks holiday entitlement.

St Rose’s is a non-maintained special school for students with severe, complex, profound and multiple learning difficulties.  We have provision from 2 to 25 years; with our post-19 students attending St Martin’s, our on-site college.   We have on-site residential provisions for school students and post-19 students and employ our own nurses, therapists and care team.  We also have our own hydrotherapy pool which is used by our own students and hired to external users.

St Rose’s is an inspiring, stimulating and rewarding place to work, where new challenges abound.  We have a strong commitment to support staff in continuing their professional development, and we offer many ways to achieve this.  Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment to work in.   In addition there are many other benefits for staff, including a central Stroud location with easy access to buses and trains; on-site parking, attractive grounds, low-cost lunches and subsidised nursery places.

Candidates will require an enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory references prior to taking up the post.   All applicants must be double vaccinated for Covid 19, or have a valid exemption.  Applications should be made by application form only.  CV’s will not be accepted.

For an informal conversation about the position, please contact Helen Hunt, Business Manager, on 01453 763793.  For an application form, job description and person specification please email joinourteam@stroses.org.uk or call 01453 763793.


Waking Nights Care Assistant – 2 Vacancies

Vacancy 1
Starting Salary:  NJC Scale – Grade 3 Scale point 4 (£18,933 full time equivalent).Annual salary for 30 hrs per week is £13,285
Contracted Hours:                             

Monday: 21.45 – 07.30, Tuesday: 21.45 – 07.30, Alternate Fridays: 21.45 – 08.15, Alternate Saturdays: 21.45 – 08.15.

Open weekend hours 40 hours 30 mins.  Closed Weekend Hours 19 hours 30 mins.  Total hours over two weeks 60 hours 0 mins.  Average hours per week 30 hours

Start Date:      ASAP
Closing Date: Monday 1st November 2021 at noon
Status:             Permanent
Interviews:     TBC

Vacancy 2
Starting Salary: NJC Scale – Grade 3 Scale point 4 (£18,933 full time equivalent).  Annual Salary for 29 hrs 40 mins is £13,138
Contracted Hours:                             

Monday: 21.45 – 07.30, Tuesday: 21.45 – 07.30, Alternate Saturday: 21.45 – 08.15, Alternate Sunday: 21.45 – 07.30

39.75 hours per week on average worked in a two -week shift.  Open Weekend Hours 39 hours 45 mins. Closed Weekend Hours 19 hours 30 mins.  Total hours over two weeks 59 hours 15 mins.  Average hours per week 29 hours 40 minutes.

Start Date:      ASAP
Closing Date: Monday 1st November 2021 at noon
Status:             Permanent
Interviews:     TBC

Are you looking for a more meaningful role after lockdown?  Do you believe that children and young people with disabilities should be able to reach their full potential? Then we might have just the job for you!  We are currently inviting people to contact us about our vacancy for Waking Nights Care Assistants.

St Rose’s provision is from 2 to 25 years; a nursery, a non-maintained residential special school for students from 5 to 19 and St Martin’s an independent residential specialist college for students from 19 to 25. Our students have physical and sensory disabilities, learning and communication difficulties and complex health needs.

We are looking for committed Waking Nights Care Assistants to support students in our residential setting overnight. Providing personal care, assisting with eating and drinking, and moving and handling are all important aspects of this role.  A level 3 qualification in health and social care is required, if you do not already have this qualification you can commence on the start of your employment with us.  We are open every weekday and alternate weekends during term time, therefore if the advertised hours include Friday evenings and weekends these will be worked on alternate weeks only. We are open 19 weekends per year.  You will work 38 weeks in the term-time and one week of INSET days.

St Rose’s is an inspiring, stimulating and rewarding place to work, where new challenges abound.  We have a strong commitment to support staff in continuing their professional development, and we offer many ways to achieve this. Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment to work in.

Candidates will require an enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory references prior to taking up the post.   All applicants must be double vaccinated for Covid 19, or have a valid exemption.  Applications should be made by application form only.  CV’s will not be accepted.

For an informal conversation about these positions, please contact Lead Nurse, Jo Pearch on 01453 763793. For an application form and job description please email joinourteam@stroses.org.uk or call 01453 763793.

St Rose’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff, and volunteers, to share the same commitment. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check


Dual Role Care Assistant (Residential, day care and education settings) – 3 vacancies

Vacancy 1

Starting Salary:  NJC Grade 3, Scale point 4-6 – Salary from £18,933 to £19,698 per annum pro rata.  Annual salary for 31.5 hrs per week is £13,949.
Hours:  Tuesday: 15.45 – 21.30,Wednesday: 07.15 – 13.30, Thursday: 15.45 – 22.00, Friday: 07:15 – 13.30, Alternate Saturday: 08.00 – 16.00, Alternate Sunday: 16.00 – 22.00.

Open Weekend Hours 38 hours 30 mins, Closed Weekend Hours 24 hours 30 mins, Total hours over two weeks 63 hours 0 mins, Average hours per week 31.5 hours.

Start Date:  ASAP
Closing Date: Monday 1st November 2021 at noon
Status:  Permanent
Interviews:  TBC

Vacancy 2

Starting Salary: NJC Grade 3, Scale point 4-6 – Salary from £18,933 to £19,698 per annum pro rata.  Annual salary for 30 hrs 15 mins per week is £13,395.
Hours: Monday: 15:30 – 21:30, Tuesday: 07:15 – 16:00, Wednesday: 07:15 – 16:00, Thursday: 07:15 – 16:00.  30 hours and 15 minutes a week.

Start Date:  ASAP
Closing Date: Monday 15th November 2021 at noon
Status:  Permanent
Interviews:  TBC

Vacancy 3

Starting Salary: NJC Grade 3, Scale point 4-6 – Salary from £18,933 to £19,698 per annum pro rata.  Annual salary for 33 hrs per week on average is £14,613.
Hours: Monday to Thursday 15:30-21:30, Friday: 15:30-21:30, Saturday: 09.00 – 21.00.

Open Weekend Hours 42 hours 0 mins.  Alternate weekends.  Closed Weekend Hours 24 hours 0 mins.  Total hours over two weeks 66 hours 0 mins. Average hours per week 33 hours.

Start Date: ASAP
Closing Date: Monday 15thNovember 2021 at noon
Status: Permanent
Interviews: TBC

Are you looking for a more meaningful role after lockdown?  Do you believe that children and young people with disabilities should be able to reach their full potential?  Then we might have just the job for you!  We are currently inviting people to contact us about our vacancy for a Dual Role Care Assistant.

St Rose’s provision is from 2 to 25 years; a nursery, a non-maintained residential special school for students from 5 to 19 and St Martin’s an independent residential specialist college for students from 19 to 25. Our students have physical and sensory disabilities, learning and communication difficulties and complex health needs.

We are looking for a committed Dual Role Care Assistant to support students in our residential, education and care settings.  Providing personal care, assisting with eating and drinking, and moving and handling are all important aspects of this role. A level 3 qualification in health and social care is required, if you do not already have this qualification you can commence on the start of your employment with us.

We are open every weekday and alternate weekends during term time, therefore if the advertised hours include Friday evenings and weekends these will be worked on alternate weeks only. We are open 19 weekends per year.  You will work 38 weeks in the term-time and one week of INSET days.

St Rose’s is an inspiring, stimulating and rewarding place to work, where new challenges abound.  We have a strong commitment to support staff in continuing their professional development, and we offer many ways to achieve this.  Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment to work in.

Candidates will require an enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory references prior to taking up the post.  All applicants must be double vaccinated for Covid-19 or have a valid exemption.  Applications should be made by application form only.  CV’s will not be accepted.

For an informal conversation about these positions, please contact Lead Nurse, Jo Pearch on 01453 763793.  For an application form and job description please email joinourteam@stroses.org.uk or call 01453 763793.

St Rose’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff, and volunteers, to share the same commitment. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Early Years Practitioner

Starting Salary:  NJC Grade 3, Scale point 4-6 – Salary from £18,933 to £19,698 per annum pro rata. Annual salary £14,281 for 32.25 hours
Hours:  Mon – Thurs 09:00-16:00., Fri 09:00-15.45 with 30 mins unpaid daily for lunch.
Start Date:  ASAP
Closing Date: Monday 1st November 2021 at noon
Status:  Fixed term
Interviews: TBC

Are you looking for a more meaningful role after lockdown?  Do you believe that children and young people with disabilities should be able to reach their potential?  Then we might have just the job for you!  We are currently inviting people to contact us about our vacancy for an Early Years Practitioner.

St Rose’s provision is from 2 to 25 years; a nursery, a non-maintained residential special school for students from 5 to 19 and St Martin’s an independent residential specialist college for students from 19 to 25. Our students have physical and sensory disabilities, learning and communication difficulties and complex health needs.

We are looking for a committed Early Years Practitioner to contribute to the provision of a safe, healthy and educationally valuable environment for children and to assist in the provision of high-quality teaching by working with initiative and creativity to foster an environment that encourages the children’s all-round development. To build and maintain strong partnership working with parents to enable children’s needs to be met.  If you think you can do this then please see our job description for more details.  The job description is available on Eteach or our school website.

St Rose’s is an inspiring, stimulating and rewarding place to work, where new challenges abound.  We have a strong commitment to support staff in continuing their professional development, and we offer many ways to achieve this.  Our staff enjoy a strong sense of community and professional support, as well as a lively and cheerful environment to work in.

Candidates will require an enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory references prior to taking up the post.   All applicants must be double vaccinated for Covid 19, or have a valid exemption.  Applications should be made by application form only.  CV’s will not be accepted.

For an informal conversation about these positions, please contact Lisa Taylor on 01453 763793.  For an application form and job description please email joinourteam@stroses.org.uk or call 01453 763793.

St Rose’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff, and volunteers, to share the same commitment. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Volunteers

We also welcome enquiries from volunteers.

St. Rose’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.  All staff and volunteers share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure and to subscribe to the DBS update service. For more information please see our policies.

If you would like to register an interest in working at St Rose’s please get in touch and ask for an application form stating the type of position which interests you, using one of the following methods:

Post:

Personnel Department (Vacancies)
St Rose’s School
Stratford Lawn
Stroud
Gloucestershire
GL5 4AP

Email: joinourteam@stroses.org.uk

Tel: 01453 763793

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Education

St Rose’s aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that offers stimulating opportunities appropriate to the needs of our students.

 

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Therapy

A team of experienced therapists are employed directly by the school to work alongside education and care staff. Collaborative therapy and sharing that knowledge is integral to the work of our school.

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Care

When a child or young person is happy, they have the best chance of progressing and achieving their goals. Ensuring that your child’s emotional needs are met is as important as their physical requirements.