ST HELENA SCHOOL
PASTORAL SUPPORT MANAGER
Pay Range: Local Government Scale 7, Point 19-24
Actual Salary from: £21,747
Start Date: 1st November 2021 or as soon as possible
Hours/Weeks: 37 hours per week / 39 weeks per year (term time, plus non-pupil days)
We are looking to appoint a dynamic and proactive Pastoral Support Manager to play a prominent role in delivering outstanding pastoral care. Working alongside our Year Leaders and the Directors for Behaviour for Learning, you will demonstrate commitment, drive and have a proactive problem-solving approach in support of outstanding student behaviour and wellbeing.
The role has many facets and will require considerable skills in liaising with parents/carers, students, teachers and other stakeholders, including external agencies with the ability to develop and maintain positive relationships a key to the success of the role. The Pastoral Support Manager will frequently be the person filtering information and tackling situations as they arise thus a calm head and the ability to communicate clearly and confidently are essential.
You will have excellent interpersonal skills and have the highest expectations for yourself and others. You will be able to work both independently and as part of a wider team and prioritise workload accordingly. You will be joining a team of highly skilled and committed professionals who are relentless in the pursuit of pastoral excellence.
Some of your key responsibilities will include:
- Managing the day-to-day provision of a robust and supportive pastoral system to all students To enforce the school rules, maintain discipline and promote attendance whilst providing students with a high level of Pastoral Care.
- Contributing to the school’s long term strategy for pastoral support
- Establishing, reviewing and refining school systems for pastoral support and behaviour management, as instructed by the Director for Behaviour for Learning.
- Playing a pivotal role in the effectiveness and success of the school.
- Assisting the Year Leader and a team of tutors in the care, welfare and academic progress of students.
(The full details can be found in the attached Job Outline and Person Specification).
We're looking for you if you have:
- A good standard of education (ideally Maths/English GCSE grade A* to C or equivalent);
- Experience of working in a school environment or in a supervisory role with young people will be an advantage;
- A commitment to high standards of achievement from students and yourself; Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to act on your own initiative;
Why work for The Sigma Trust, St Helena School?
We Can Offer You:
- A Competitive Salary
- Robust school CPD training programme that enables you to flourish
- Opportunities to work with colleagues across the Trust to share resources, ideas and build collaborative relationships
- Employee Benefits: Employee Assistance Programme, Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Discounted Gym Membership at selected local gyms
For additional information about the Trust and this school, please visit our website www.sigmatrust.org.uk
To apply for this post, please complete an application form, available from The Sigma Trust/this website and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference 718. Please read the Notes for Applicants document attached.
Closing date: Midnight, Thursday 23rd September 2021
The Sigma Trust is committed to safeguarding and protecting the children and young people that we work with. As such, all posts are subject to safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records and vetting checks. We ensure that we have a range of policies in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across our schools.
St Helena School
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 16 years
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