BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE OFFICER
Salary grade: PS7
Actual salary £23,100-£25,955
Full-time equivalent £27,099-£29,912
Weeks per year: 39 (Term-time only)
Monday to Thursday 8.15-4.00/Friday 8.15-3.45
This is an exciting opportunity to take on a vital new role assisting with the behavioural development and growth of Broadwater School. The job holder will oversee Broadwater’s behaviour policy and how it is applied comprehensively across the school, supporting and developing the skills of all staff in order to ensure that high standards of student behaviour and attendance are sought and achieved.
We are seeking a person who will champion Broadwater’s vision, strengthen and maintain team spirit among staff and be an excellent role model for our students. You will need drive and tenacity and in return, you will have the opportunity to make a visible positive change to our school community ensuring that student potential becomes reality.
At Broadwater we believe that we school for grades; we educate for life. Broadwater is a lead P4C school with an international reputation in this field. We are a highly supportive school whose staff are completely committed to supporting our students to achieve. To that end, the whole staff body is passionate about the difference we make to children’s lives.
Broadwater is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check will be required for the successful candidate.
We can offer:
• excellent CPD opportunities
• free Gym membership and Pilates classes
TES applications to be completed online via the Quick Apply option or Broadwater school applications to be sent to Mrs Sonya Turpin, PA to the Head, at email@example.com. Closing date: midday on Friday, 14th June 2019. Interviews will be on Monday, 1st July 2019. Start date will be ASAP or from September 2019.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete and return a Broadwater School Application Form prior to interview (please see http://www.broadwater.surrey.sch.uk/174/vacancies for more information). Please note that your first referee must be your current employer (the Headteacher if you are currently working for a school) and references are taken prior to interview. For any concerns surrounding references or for further details about the role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.