Science Laboratory Technician (Term Time Only)

Cobham, Surrey
£17,611 per annum (pro rata to £22,845)
25 Jul 2018
24 Aug 2018
Science Technician
Contract Type
Full Time

Notre Dame School are seeking a Science Laboratory Technician to join the Senior School this September 2018. Reporting to the Senior Science Laboratory Technician and Head of Science, the job purpose of the Science Laboratory Technician is to provide a full and efficient support service for the Science Teaching Staff in the Biology and Physics departments, particularly in the preparation and cleaning/clearing of lesson materials and to undertake administrative tasks when requested.

The Technician will ensure the efficient preparation and organisation of equipment for lessons as required and clean equipment and laboratories after each lesson and any chemical spillage when they occur.

The successful candidate will have a keen interest in Science, especially physics and biology and will hold a Science qualification (minimum level 3). It would be desirable that they hold qualifications in both physics and biology. They will also be organised and able to demonstrate a sound understanding of IT and administration skills.

For more information please read the candidate information pack which includes the full job description, person specification and details on benefits of working at Notre Dame School which is available on the School website:

Set in 17 acres of beautiful parkland in Cobham, Surrey, Notre Dame School nestles in a picturesque 18th century mansion beside the River Mole. Notre Dame is a Catholic School and is a Foundation of the Company of Mary Our Lady with an ethos shaped by the life and work of St Jeanne de Lestonnac.

Despite the tranquil setting Notre Dame School is a hive of activity, with over 500 children and 120 teachers working hard in the important business of education.

The school has an enviable reputation for the highest academic standards and a progressive, holistic, academic education that is underpinned by over 400 years of international educational tradition in 30 countries.