Learning Behaviour Manager
Scale 4-5 (Point 18-25) £15,760 to £19,762 per annum
37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year
Governors are inviting applications for post of Learning Behaviour Manager at Lees Brook Community School. The successful applicant will be professional, adaptable, and innovative and have a good understanding of the revised SEN Code of Practice and the ‘Every Child Matters’ agenda, especially in relation to social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. They will have strong communication skills with the ability to work well within a team, yet able to demonstrate an ability to work unsupervised utilising their own initiative. The post holder will work as part of the Behaviour Support Team to provide a complementary service to teaching and support staff that addresses the needs of students to overcome barriers to learning to achieve their full potential. They will work with the Behaviour Support Team and other relevant staff to promote the engagement and learning of students with social, emotional and behavioural concerns. They will also contribute to and participate in the systems, procedures, practice and resources of the Behaviour Centre and the Internal Exclusion Room, to ensure the ethos and atmosphere as a productive and purposeful working environment is maintained at all times. The post holder will deputise for the Head of Year as required. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate their experience of a similar role and their suitability to working within a busy secondary school environment.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check, Medical Clearance and satisfactory references.
For further information about the school, please visit www.leesbrook.co.uk
Application packs and further information are available from: HR@northworthytrust.org.uk or by telephoning 0115 9732438 and asking for the Trust HR Team.
Closing Date: Sunday 21 October 2018 Formal Interviews: Tuesday 23 October 2018