We are recruiting at The Nicholas Hamond Academy, Swaffham!
Part-time Student Support Leader
NJC Scale Point: 7 - 11
Part-time Hours: 14.8 hours p/w across 2 days
Term Time only: 39 weeks p/a
Annual Gross Salary: £7,002.75 - £7,579.92
Monthly Gross Pay: £583.56 - £631.66
(Salary FTE: £20,444.00 – £22,129.00)
The Nicholas Hamond Academy is part of the Academy Transformation Trust family of academies.
Here at The Nicholas Hamond Academy, we are “determined to be the best that we can be”. As a team, we are dedicated to delivering a high-quality education that enables students to make rapid progress and achieve transformational academic targets. We have high expectations of our pupils and every student matters to us. We work closely with our local community, including parents and carers, who actively support the work we are doing to achieve and maintain the highest possible standards. Our academy is a place to be proud of. We are 'one team' - students, staff, governors and parents - committed to working together to achieve our aim.
About Academy Transformation Trust.
Our cross-phase group of academies was founded in 2011 and, since that time, we have grown to our current family of 21 academies (primary, secondary, post-16 and FE) operating across 10 English local authority areas. We are responsible for the education of over 12,500 learners; for the careers of almost 2,000 colleagues; and for the most effective spending of over £80 million of taxpayer income each year. We have one core purpose: To have the biggest positive impact in the varied communities we serve through ensuring top drawer education for our learners. Our Wellbeing Strategy covers 4 key areas: Working Environment, Personal Growth, Health and Lifestyle Initiatives and Culture.
We are looking for an exceptional individual who is driven, energetic and passionate for teaching and learning to join our fantastic team of Student Support Leaders. Someone who relishes the opportunity to work with young people in a vibrant and dynamic learning environment. Able to develop positive working relationships, are approachable, confident and enjoys being part of a supportive team, who truly want the best from our students. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, well organised and flexible.
What’s in it for you?
Access to a bespoke platform supporting colleague welfare and benefits, including pension scheme, employee assistance program, recognition and reward scheme, health cash plan, cycle to work scheme and discounts on many major high street brands.
The Nicholas Hamond Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.