Looking for a job at River View?
Throughout the year, we advertise for new members of staff.
|Vacancy||No. of Vacancies||Start date|
|Teacher||1||1st September 2018|
|Sports Coach||1||1st September 2018|
Click on the links on the left-hand side to download the advert and job description if there is a position advertised above. Our job adverts also appear on the Greater Jobs website. Please return applications by completing the online form through Greater Jobs on Salford City Councils website.
You are welcome to come and look around school before applying. Please contact the school office to make arrangements - (0161) 921 2670. Our Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and our Assistant Headteachers are keen to show off our school, our children and answer any questions you may have. Even when we have no vacancies, you are welcome to come and look round and see River View for yourself!
We also accept applications throughout the year and will keep successful applications on file for 6 months. Should a suitable vacancy come up, we will contact you via text and email. Alternatively, you can keep an eye on this page or the Greater Jobs website!
Working at River View
Working at River View, you will:
- work with fantastic children and their families.
- work alongside an amazing and keen staff.
- receive high quality professional development led by our highly experienced and skilled staff.
- opportunities to develop your leadership skills as part of a team.
Read about our good OFSTED and see our latest results.
Staff love working here at River View:
"I love my relationships with the staff, children and parents here. Everyone is valued and respected. The SLT give you opportunities to develop through CPD and understanding. Staff are well supported both personally and professionally." Recently qualified teacher
"I am supported and challenged to guide me in my leadership role by experienced staff. The leadership team are forward thinking and keen to develop future leaders." Member of the wider leadership team
"Returning after maternity leave, the headteacher listened to my needs and supported my return to work on a part time basis. I now have my career and my family time and feel really happy in my role." Third year teacher