Fixed Term to 31/08/18 (to be reviewed)
PA10 - £21,562 to £22,698
(£18,881 - £19,875 pro rata)
37.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year
(Paid weeks - 44.263 wpy)
Are you ready to help us change the way we work in schools? Are you up for a job that is designed to be at the forefront of making sure that every child really does matter? If you are then this post could be for you.
We require a skilled individual to provide a key position within the school to support the Academy’s pastoral systems.
The role is multifaceted and will focus on pastoral development and wellbeing, behaviour and holistically act as a key driver for academic success. This involves being part of the team responsible for the oversight and management of behavioural and safeguarding systems for students. Liaising with key staff, pastoral and teaching teams the post-holder will assist in the provision of a quality service to support students on a day to day basis within the Academy.
You will need a passion for all aspects of the pastoral life within school and the ability to engage and inspire young people; possess excellent communication skills; have a calm manner and the ability to work accurately and with speed.
In return, we are able to offer a rewarding and supportive environment in which to pursue your career. We can offer a wealth of opportunities and friendly working environment where we support one another with the school values of aspiration, belonging and respect; along with our mission for excellence for all students and excellence across the Academy.
Closing date for applications is 9.00am on 21st November 2017. Applications should be sent for the attention of Mrs D Martin, Human Resources Administrator. It is anticipated that interviews will be held during week commencing 27th November 2017. Application forms are available on the Academy’s website.
A C.V. must not be submitted in place of any information requested on the Pool Academy application form.
Further information can be found on the Academy’s website.
Pool Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.