Early Intervention Worker: Safeguarding
Contract type: Full time weekly hours, 35 hours per week and Term Time Only + 3 weeks
Salary range: £26,544 to £28,005 FTE pro-rata, depending on qualifications and experience. Actual gross pay based on term time employment: £24,875.56 - £26,244.73
Pay scale: Points 12 to 15 of the NJC Inner London Pay Scale 5
Required: As soon as possible
Thank you very much for your enquiry about the post of Early Intervention Worker: Safeguarding. We are looking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic person to join our team.
DUNRAVEN SCHOOL OVERVIEW
Dunraven School’s results are strong, remaining well above national averages and representing positive
‘value-added’. Recognition of its marked progress has been significant and its journey as a school is important to us. For example:
● In February 2011 we were designated as both a National Support School and a Leading Edge
● In August 2011, we converted to Academy status.
● In 2012 we began our development as an All Through School with children starting in Reception
in September 2013.
● In summer 2013 our £20 million BSF programme was completed.
● In October 2014 we were judged as outstanding in all areas, including both Early Years and the
Sixth Form, by Ofsted.
● In 2016 we were designated as a National Teaching School and an Academy Sponsor. The
Dunraven Educational Trust was established.
● In September 2018, our Multi Academy Trust was formally set up with the integration of Van
Gogh Primary, followed by Goldfinch Primary school in January 2019.
All schools within the Dunraven Educational Trust are committed to the safety and protection of their students. An enhanced DBS check with a barred list check is a condition of employment for this placement.
The job description and person specification for this training opportunity can be found attached.
Advert closing: Noon, Monday 24 January 2022
Interviews: W/C Monday 24 January 2022
Recruitment Privacy Notice attached.
Dunraven School 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.