We are looking for an experienced and committed Learning and Medical Support Assistant who has worked with students in an education setting or in the voluntary sector to join our friendly Student Services Team. This is a temporary post that will run for the duration of the A Level course (two years), in the first instance.
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a supportive and successful department. The postholder will provide 1:1 support to students to help them with their overall development and academic work whilst supporting their physical and mental wellbeing in a college environment. This will include support with personal care, and assisting with specific needs and physical disabilities, particularly for an individual male student.
We are looking for a kind, caring and sensitive individual with a positive attitude, plenty of enthusiasm and high levels of integrity and professionalism.
Woodhouse College is a prestigious and oversubscribed sixth form college of around 1,500 full-time students, all on A level courses, on a pleasant campus in north London. The College is proud of its strong community spirit and friendly supportive atmosphere. Our success rates and A*-B pass rates at A level regularly put us in the top three colleges in England. Our students are ambitious, lively and committed to doing well. Staff work hard and morale is high; this is a great place to work.
The salary will be on the sixth form college support staff salary scale between Points 22 and 25, currently £18,780 - £20,765 pro rata per annum depending on experience, plus £2,571 pro rata per annum, London Weighting. As this is a term-time only post (39 weeks), the actual salary will be in the range of £17,793 - £19,447 inclusive per annum depending on experience.
To apply and for more information, please visit the college website www.woodhouse.ac.uk
Closing date: Noon on Tuesday 24th September 2019.
The College is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from minority ethnic groups which are currently underrepresented. The College is also committed to the protection of children and young people.