Classroom Assistant (Bank Register)Vacancy posted: Monday, 10 October 2011
Salary: £7.60 - £8.70
Location: Ayrshire East
Closing date: 30 December 2012
Job ref. no.: EAY0946
This post is as and when required. The duties of this post are regarded as Regulated Work with children and/or protected adults, as specified in the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. Successful applicants for posts carrying out regulated work with either or both of these groups will be required to become a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme member, or apply for a PVG Scheme Record Update if they are already a member, before any formal offer of employment can be made by East Ayrshire Council.
Please note: - PVG members’ records are constantly updated with any new vetting information that arises. Any information that is disclosed on a PVG Scheme Record or Scheme Record Update, if relevant to the post being applied for, will be discussed with the applicant prior to any formal offer of employment being made.
About East Ayrshire Council
Our core values are Quality, Equality, Access and Partnership. Central to these values is a commitment to combating all forms of discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity. As an employer and provider of services, we actively promote diversity and equality of opportunity for all with the right mix of talent, skills and potential. The Equality Act 2010 outlines the following nine protected characteristics under the Act: • Age • Disability • Gender re-assignment • Race • Religion and belief • Marriage and civil partnership • Pregnancy and maternity • Sexual orientation • Sex Our recruitment process gives applicants the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities regardless of their protected characteristic. The principles of equality of opportunity are applied consistently in all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Interviews will focus on the person specification, not on any disability which an applicant may have. Interviewing panels will consider they way in which adjustments would allow a person with a disability to be given equality of opportunity when assessed against the selection criteria.