Súkromná spojená škola Cambridge International School, Bratislava-Staré Mesto

Informácie o pracovnom mieste

Miesto výkonu práce
Úprkova 3, Bratislava-Staré Mesto
Termín nástupu
Predpokladaný termín ukončenia výberového konania
Rozsah úväzku
Počet študentov školy
Platové podmienky
1400 EUR/month
Príležitosť pre ľudí z Ukrajiny

Požiadavky na uchádzača

Znalosť práce s PC
Microsoft Office 365 - Advanced
University student
University education (Bachelor's degree)
University education (Master's degree)
Postgraduate (Doctorate)

Chemistry background is required for the safe handling and preparation of chemicals, etc..

Language skills
English - Advanced (C1) and Slovak - Proficiency (C2)
Ďalšie požiadavky
Job description, responsibilities and duties:
Cambridge International School (CIS) in Bratislava, Slovakia, is seeking to appoint a science graduate to join our team to take on the role of a lab technician in a busy Science Department and under the instruction/guidance of the Head of Science, provide general support in a specific curricula/resource area, including preparation and maintenance of resources and support to staff and students.

Some of the responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
To support the effective delivery of education by overseeing technical support to teaching staff and students by:

​• Preparing equipment, chemicals and specimens for practical sessions and examinations, including constructing and setting up equipment as required;
​• Carrying out minor repairs to equipment, e.g. plugs, fuses;
​• ​Ensuring that the laboratories and equipment are kept in a clean, safe and tidy condition at all times and that chemicals and equipment are stored and used in accordance with Health & Safety legislation and good practice;​
​• ​Monitor and control supplies of stock and inform the head of department when further supplies are needed;​
​​• Check goods delivered against orders and carry out inventory checks on a regular basis and arrange appropriate storage;​
​​• Ensure the safe disposal of used/harmful chemicals and biological specimens;​
​• ​Manage Radioactive sources as outlined in statutory guidance and updated radiation training;
​• Ensuring that living specimens (plants and animals) are cared for appropriately;
​• ​Making up and ensuring the ready availability of standard solutions and other agents in all appropriate working areas;
​• Purchasing and collecting science materials locally;
​• Assisting in practical sessions where required;
​• Carry out annual risk assessment of the department.

Other areas of responsibilities and guidance:

​• To carry out duties and procedures as outlined in the school
handbook and science department Handbook;
​• To be aware of and implement the school’s Health & Safety policy at all times;
​• To prepare for open evening and new intake visits;
​• To check laboratories for display quality on a monthly basis.

​• To maintain a stock book for apparatus and stores in the department;
​• To ensure that chemicals are securely stored in accordance with the Health & Safety regulations;
​• To dispose of expired chemicals following Health and safety guidance
​• Demonstrate and assist in the safe and effective use of specialist equipment/materials;
​• To maintain and store departmental orders and records, in electronic and manual form;
​• Manage radioactive sources as outlined by the statutory framework followed with thin the school.

Support for the School:
​• Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person;
​• Be aware of and support differences and ensure all students have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop;
​• Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school;
​• Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required;
​• Occasional class cover supervision for absent staff.

​The successful candidate must above all be dedicated to educational excellence and international best practice as well as safeguarding children and child protection. They should be creative, energetic, flexible and genuinely interested in students and consistently respectful of children, staff, parents and the wider community, promoting the welfare of children and young people.​

Employee perks, benefits
​• Very well motivated, engaged, confident and well-behaved children;
• An excellent international teaching team;
​• Maximum class sizes of 18 as a norm and 20 as a maximum;
​• Well-resourced and fully equipped classrooms;
​• On-going facilitated CPD and INSET opportunities;
• Tasty, healthy and highly subsidised lunches in our school canteen;
• Multisport Card.

Information about the selection process:
In order to apply, please send a CV and a cover letter in ENGLISH explaining how you meet the requirements of the role.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Kontaktné informácie

Adresa školy alebo zariadenia
Súkromná spojená škola Cambridge International School
Úprkova 3
81104 Bratislava-Staré Mesto
Kontaktná osoba
Recruitment Team