Student Welfare Officer, Oldbury, West Midlands

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Oldbury AcademyOldbury, West Midlands

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Start date: September 2019
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £21,295 - £26,460 for 37 hours / 39 weeks
Contract term: Permanent

Our Student Welfare Officers work with Heads of Year / Assistant Heads of Year and Form Tutors to support students to enable them to achieve their potential in school by being ready to learn and able to participate in the learning opportunities the school offers.

You will work directly with pupils in one year group, staff and parents, to improve attendance, timekeeping and behaviour in school.

To succeed you will need a good standard of education, to include good passes in English and Maths at GCSE, or equivalent, and successful study beyond 16 years of age. You will also have experience of devising and implementing effective strategies for raising attendance and working with pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties and their parents / carers. 

If you share our high expectations of pupils and can contribute to the continuing progress that our students make, please apply now to start in September.

Oldbury Academy expects all its employees to share its commitment to safeguarding and the welfare of its pupils. Your attention is drawn to the details of our Safer Recruitment process and the rigorous pre-employment checking that we will undertake in order to demonstrate that commitment. 

Closing Date for applications 9am Monday 1st July 2019




More about Oldbury Academy
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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Address: Pound Road, Oldbury, West Midlands, B68 8NE, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 121 533 3750
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