Bablake School is looking for a Careers Adviser and Coordinator to join its Careers Department. The post holder will be predominantly based at Bablake School, but may also be required to work at any of the Coventry School Foundation premises.
The Careers Adviser and Coordinator provides a comprehensive and professional service ensuring that all Bablake pupils receive effective careers information, advice and guidance. This will be appropriate to their needs and enable them to progress through to further education, apprenticeships, employment or training.
This post would suit a well-qualified, experienced and inspiring Careers Adviser and Coordinator who, above all, has an infectious enthusiasm for providing excellent careers guidance to pupils in all year groups at Bablake School.
This is a Coventry School Foundation Grade 7 post, with a starting salary of £22,291 per annum and rising to £29,160 (including additional days to be worked outside term time and holiday entitlement).
Hours of work:
Term time only, plus five additional days to be worked during school holidays.
Normal term time hours are 28 hours per week, working Monday to Thursday, 8.30am - 4.30pm, with an hours’ unpaid lunchbreak to be taken daily (some flexibility of working days and hours may be available and can be discussed at interview).
The nature of the role will occasionally require you to work outside normal school hours at weekends and during evenings; travel at a regional and national level may also be required from time to time.
Bablake is one of the West Midlands and Warwickshire’s leading independent schools, achieving excellence through care.
Prospective candidates should download further details and the requisite application form from: www.bablake.com/vacancies.php or please contact Mrs Staveley, Headmaster’s PA.
Please email your application, together with your CV and a cover letter, to: email@example.com
Closing date: 9:00am on Monday 16th September 2019.
Bablake School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and this is reflected in its recruitment procedures. Successful candidates for posts are required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure.