Required for as soon as possible is a School Minibus Driver to be employed on a part time/casual basis. The role will include transporting pupils and staff on educational visits or sporting fixtures and other similar activities. You will be required to drive one of the school's four 17-seater minibuses or our 7-seater car.

You should possess a clean driving licence, and be willing to undertake any necessary training, dependant on the types of vehicle your licence permits you to drive. Any training costs will be funded by the school.

We operate bus runs to and from the Pinhoe, Cranbrook, Tithebarn and Westclyst areas early in the morning (commencing about 7:30am) and at the end of the school day. We are looking for drivers who can be available at both ends of the school day. We also use our bus drivers for school trips and sporting activities during the school day.

The post is a zero hours contract where hours of work will be agreed on a mutually acceptable basis as and when the need for work arises, although we have distinct hours of work available every morning (say 7:15 to 9:15) and every afternoon (say 3:15 to 4:45).

The hourly rate for this position is £8.91 plus an element of holiday pay.

For more information please contact Graham Newbery, Trust Business Manager on 01392 304170.

Cornerstone Academy Trust is responsible for Broadclyst, Monkerton, Westclyst and Yeo Valley Primary Schools. Visits to the schools are welcome by prior arrangement. We look forward to receiving your application and hopefully meeting you as part of the recruitment process. 

Dates and Documents

Interview date: To be arranged on application.

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For more information please contact Graham Newbery, Trust Business Manager on 01392 304170.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.