Student and Family Engagement Officer
Temporary Student and Family Engagement Officer
Grade 9 (spinal point 29-32)
£23,470- £25,762 (actual salary)
37 hours per week, term time plus 3 weeks
Temporary until 30th June 2017
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Student and Family Engagement Officer to cover a secondment until 30 th June 2017 in the first instance. This role will support the Pastoral team to improve the attainment, behaviour and attendance of target groups of students. This role will strengthen links between school, parents, families and the wider community in order to reduce the impact of poverty and disadvantage on educational attainment.
In return, we offer an excellent salary package, which generously rewards high performance; a positive and supportive working environment; excellent support and training and employee benefits including: an attractive pension scheme; childcare vouchers and an Employee Wellbeing Scheme.
The closing date is 20 th October 2016 at 12.30pm.
Please note that uploading your CV is the first stage of the application process. You will be sent an email with a link to complete an online application form.
You will be shortlisted based on the information in your application not your CV-this will not be seen.
In order to be considered for interview, you must fully complete the application form and demonstrate your ability to meet the requirements of the job by giving clear, concise examples of how you meet each criterion. Any applications that do not demonstrate how your abilities, skills and experience meet the requirements of the role, or any applications that have incomplete sections, unanswered questions or 'please see CV' will not be taken through to the shortlisting stage.
This is an outstanding school, with exceptional teachers and students. We believe in helping staff and students achieve their personal best and are keen to recruit the very best talent to our school.
We enjoy many advantages at the College. As a National Support School and National Teaching School, we are at the centre of a network that aims to provide the very best professional and career development opportunities. We are also at the centre of an emerging academy chain of secondary and primary schools that share our values and want the very best for their students and staff. Whatever your role or whatever your career plans, we can help you achieve them.
Added to that, we possibly have the best rural location of any secondary school in the country, close enough to the cities of Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield for many of our staff to travel from these areas. Our staff are friendly and supportive of each other and there is a strong sense of a committed team working together.
We want to create a mutually supportive family of schools because we believe that, by sharing our expertise and resources, we can improve the quality of education for our children and young people.
Our central belief is "Valuing People, Supporting Personal Best" and we apply this to everybody in our organisation, staff and children alike. We aim to treat everybody with respect and build positive relationships with each other and we want everybody working in our schools to do the very best they can. We support each other and celebrate our successes together.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to enhanced DBS disclosure.
We are committed to Equal Opportunities and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and characteristics.