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Careers Advisor

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Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College

East Riding of Yorkshire

  • Expiring soon
Point 21 £20,138 (£16,972 pro rata)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
November 2017
Apply by:
20 November 2017

Job description

Careers Advisor

37 hours per week, term-time plus 3 days

Point 21, £20,138 (£16,972 pro rata)

Required for November/December 2017 to provide an independent Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) provision on behalf of The Consortium Academy Trust (TCAT). To support the review and development of the existing Careers Education Guidance within each Academy of the Multi Academy Trust. 

The Consortium Academy Trust (TCAT) is a newly formed MAT and is built on the successful Consortium Sixth Form Partnership of three Secondary Schools; Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College, Cottingham Academy Trust and The Hessle Community Academy Trust. 

If you would like to join a large and vibrant Multi- Academy Trust where every person matters, we look forward to receiving your application.  All appointments will, of course, be subject to appropriate Safeguarding procedures.

Closing date 9:00 am Monday 20 November 2017

(Please note we reserve the right to close this post early)

To request an application pack, please contact Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College:

· by email enquiries@wolfreton.co.uk

· by phone on 01482 659356 (24 hour voicemail)

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About Wolfreton School and Sixth Form College

We are a large, vibrant, ‘Good’ school, (Ofsted 2021), serving the Haltemprice area of the East Riding of Yorkshire. We value high standards and aspirations and aim to support students in achieving their best in academic, sporting, linguistic and artistic interests. The Sixth Form is a large and successful institution and is an integral part of the school.

We are fortunate in having an excellent team of staff, both teaching and support, and a great amount of time is given for extra-curricular activities. These activities support our strong pastoral system which further develops our core values of excellence, endeavour and respect. All students benefit from the support of a Head of Year and Pastoral Manager. They work hard to ensure that each individual is known and matters. Each student and staff member is also allocated a House and takes part in competitions and charitable events as part of their House, ensuring that everyone is part of their own team, as well as being part of the school team and wider Trust.

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