Join us in our brand new building, working to be school of choice for Northampton, the school that provides the best education for students, a place where people want to be, that is embedded in the community.
In September 2016 NIA opened as an all through 4-19 Free School and doubled its work force in 2017. We are now in position to do the same again to take in an oversubscribed new Year 7 and a new Reception cohort of pupils. By 2022 we will be a 2,220 pupil school.
We are looking to recruit outstanding staff to support the Teaching and Learning of our pupils by providing crucial roles throughout the school from 1st September 2018.
Pastoral Support Assistant and Administrator
Term time only – 39 weeks per year. 37 hours per week
Scale Points 16-18 (£13,739-£14,152 actual)
Are you a dedicated and energetic individual? Are you a creative, innovative role model with a strong commitment to inclusion and the ability to inspire and motivate pupils? We are looking to appoint a highly skilled Pastoral Support Worker who is committed to high standards of achievement and behaviour for all children.
As a Pastoral Support Worker you will work closely with the Heads of House and the senior leadership team. The successful candidate will also support the Designated Safeguarding Leads in continuing to safeguard the most hard to reach and vulnerable students, whilst working in partnership with a wide audience to maintain regular attendance and punctuality. We will provide an environment for a skilled practitioner to use their skills and experience to tackle non-engagement and well-being concerns.
The role will also require a reasonable degree of administrative work which will involve attendance, minute taking in meetings, typing and other duties. We are therefore looking for someone who is well organised and is also competent in the use of Microsoft Office.
Information about each role, job descriptions and person specifications, along with the application forms and equal opportunities forms, are available to download from this advert or on the school website by clicking here.
If you would like an informal discussion regarding any of these role please contact Claire Golding on 01604 212811.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.