Student Behaviour Support Officer
Salary: Grade 6 – Term Time Only - £15,890 - £17,544
Commencement Date: 1st September 2019
Hours: Part time - 32.5 hours per week
About The Role
The Governors wish to appoint a vibrant and energetic person to act as our Student Behaviour Support Officer within the Academy. The successful candidate will have experience of working with children who experience a range of barriers to learning and will ideally have worked alongside parents to overcome them.
This is a very exciting and rewarding role supporting children who find it difficult to cope with the everyday rigours of school life, including young carers, those with low self-esteem, as well as social and emotional challenges. The role will appeal to those who want to make a difference and who will go the extra-mile because it matters!
The successful candidate will work closely with the Assistant Principal (Pastoral) and the Pupil Support and Welfare Officer to help children to achieve their potential.
There is a well-resourced Inclusion Room which provides a safe and engaging support environment.
We will provide:
Excellent care and support for staff
An inclusive and committed staff team
Comprehensive induction and on-going opportunities for Professional Development
Access to a company healthcare plan
Qualifications desirable NNEB, NVQ3 or City & Guilds 73202 or 7327 but experienced Teaching Assistants would be considered.
A willingness to provide emergency first aid cover would be beneficial for which training would be provided.
The normal place of work would be Christ Church Academy. This Academy is part of ‘The Key Educational Trust’ and the Trust reserves the right to deploy the successful candidate to work at any other Academy within the Trust.
How to Apply
Completed applications can be emailed to Miss Fenton via email@example.com or posted to the Academy marked for Miss Fenton’s attention.
Candidates who are shortlisted will be contacted by telephone or email.
Visits to the Academy are warmly welcomed prior to application. To arrange a visit please contact Miss Wendy Fenton, PA to the Principal on 01785 337754.
Closing Date: Monday 3rd June 2019 at 12 noon
Interview Date: Friday 7th June 2019
This Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This position is subject to a “disclosure” check under the “Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974”. Further details regarding this check and Staffordshire County Council’s employment policy will be found within the application pack.
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