ALTERNATIVE PROVISION MANAGER
START DATE: (To Be Confirmed)
SALARY: Scale SO1 Pt29-31 (£24,168 - £25,661) – 36 hours per week, 44.4 weeks per year
TENURE: FIXED TERM FROM JANUARY 2019 TO 31ST JULY 2020
South Chingford Foundation School is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to join our team as an Alternative Provision Manager. This is an exciting role and requires someone with a proven track record effective behaviour management of vulnerable students.
Candidates must have experience in delivering behaviour interventions with evidential outcomes and working in collaboration with external agencies and schools. Candidates will also have experience in managing small teams, and excellent interpersonal and customer service skills as this role requires contact with staff, students and parents. This is a new provision for the school and as such, candidates must display good organisational skills and a willingness to develop systems and processes that facilitate the development of the service offered.
The successful candidate will also need to be able to demonstrate that they have previous experience in a similar role, are able to work flexibly and prioritise workload, work calm under pressure and uphold a professional, friendly manner at all times.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. In addition to an enhanced DBS check, Successful applicants will be subject to a medical questionnaire. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
If you are interested in developing your career and joining a hardworking, committed and supportive staff, then please complete an Application Form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to the above address for the attention of Lorna Dixon, Trust Business Manager.
Closing date: 23rd January 2019, 12 noon.
Interviews: 25th January 2019
The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure Check. The Trust requires that all adults who work with pupils promote pupil safety and wellbeing; adhering to Trust policies to ensure effective Child Protection and Safeguarding provision, either directly or indirectly.