Required as soon as possible
Room for Improvement Manager
Scale: NJC Scale 6/SO1 (Pts 26 - 31)
Full time salary £23,398 - £27,668, Actual salary £20,473 - £24,210
Working time: 0.875 FTE - 35 hours per week x 39 weeks per year (term time only)
The Academy of St. Nicholas is a joint faith 11-18 Academy with Christian Values at its heart. The Academy is fortunate to occupy modern and unique buildings which inspire both staff and students. The Academy of St. Nicholas is focussed on delivering the highest quality learning environment for its students and is committed to ensuring that every student makes the most of their potential providing the best possible student support and the most appropriate and innovative curriculum. Applications are invited for an enthusiastic and ambitious Room for Improvement Manager, who will be responsible for coordinating the provision for those students identified as requiring alternative provision in the Room for Improvement. Students are referred to the Room for Improvement primarily as a result of behaviour issues, primarily as an alternative to a fixed term exclusion, and the post holder will therefore be responsible for supporting these students to improve their behaviour, and ensuring they continue to make progress. The Academy benefits from its membership of the All Saints Multi Academy Trust, a unique Joint Faith Multi Academy Trust in Liverpool. The Trust has a proven track record in developing leaders and ensuring staff reach their full potential and career aspirations through a comprehensive programme of CPD and career progression opportunities. Leaders within the Trust benefit from access to the highest quality local and national training programmes, as well as peer to peer support and professional mentoring within the Trust.
We are determined that the successful candidate will be able to:
��� Promote the Christian ethos of the Academy.
• Manage and co-ordinate provision for those students identified as requiring alternative provision.
• Provide a strong presence where students are engaged and make progress.
• Establish positive and supportive relationships with the relevant staff and students.
• Be confident in behaviour management, and in supporting students to improve their behaviour.
• Have a passion for making a difference for young people in the city of Liverpool.
Further information and an application pack can be obtained by visiting the website www.theacademyofstnicholas.org.uk or by calling 0151 230 2570. Completed application packs should be returned to Jo McCormack at email@example.com
Closing date for applications is: Monday 20th November 2017, noon.
51 Horrocks Avenue, Liverpool, L19 5NY Web: www.theacademyofstnicholas.org.uk
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check. The Academy of St Nicholas is a member of the All Saints Multi Academy Trust. All Saints Multi Academy Trust is the operating name for The Liverpool Joint Catholic and Church of England Academies Trust. The Trust is an equal opportunities employer.