Permanent, Term-Time only + 5 Days
Monday – Friday, 08:30 – 16:30 with 40-minute unpaid break
Grade 5 Point 18 – 23, salary £27,344 - £30,151,
Actual salary £23,386 - £25,787
Pension Scheme which the employer contribution of 19% + Employee Health Assistance Programme + Staff Wellbeing benefits
Required Start: As soon as possible
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, highly motivated, and inspiring individual to the role of re-integration lead. The successful candidate will re-engage those students who are severely absent from college or who disengage with lessons by working with families and staff to implement support strategies. You will maintain a disciplined and controlled environment in which students complete a set package of work both online and offline as part of their re-integration process back into college. You will liaise with subject, pastoral, behaviour and academic staff and external agencies, if appropriate to support students when reintegrating back into school after periods of absences.
You will have the ability to provide effective support during learning activities through the use of appropriate strategies to motivate and challenge students and the ability to respond calmly and promptly to incidents, well being concerns and challenging behaviour in accordance with the role and responsibilities.
- An experienced and expert team of year leaders, teachers and support staff
- Delightful, ambitious, caring and well motivated students with a strong work ethic.
Closing Date: 12 noon on Wednesday 22nd November 2023
The application pack is available at: https://www.newmanrc.oldham.sch.uk/news/categories/vacancies
Stephanie Hickey¦ Senior HR Administrator ¦ Saint John Henry Newman Catholic College ¦ Tel: 0161 785 8858 ¦ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The governing body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointment is conditional upon receipt of satisfactory references and Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks in relation to criminal and child protection matters.