This is a permanent, term-time only role, working 42 hours per week
Flexible shift pattern is available (Monday afternoon to Friday morning) which may include mornings, school hours and evenings.
FTE Salary: £34,264 - £37,721 per annum, Border Schools Allowance of up to £2,800 pa (conditions apply)
Some flexibility may be considered, please indicate availability on your application and working pattern will be discussed at interview
We have an exciting opportunity for a caring and committed individual to join our Residential Care (School Weekly Boarding) team at Linden Bridge School. As a Deputy Residential Manager working in our school’s residential department, you will be an integral part of our fantastic team who put our pupils at the heart of everything we do as we work together with colleagues to maximise their children and young people’s life chances.
You will support the Head of the Residential provision in providing management for the delivery of a specialist 24-hour waking residential curriculum for pupils and young adults at Linden Bridge School. Supporting the Head of Residential provision to undertake day to day management of the team and the residential education provision, attending briefings, communicating information, acting on key issues and meeting with staff. Working collaboratively with the school, parents/carer, and partner agencies to ensure the service is responsive to need, professional in approach and in line with the National Minimum Standards for Residential Special Schools.
THPT can offer:
- An opportunity to be part of a dynamic and developing organisation
- Excellent benefit package to include Cycle to Work, Sainsbury’s Loyalty Discount and access to discount schemes
- Fantastic Local Government Pension Scheme, including generous employer contributions
- Rewards and Benefits Scheme that includes Loyalty and Service Awards
- Employee Assistance Programme
We are happy to receive a full CV in the first instance, to be considered before a full application is made.
Please email your CV or any questions to the HR Team. Please include your preference for working pattern.
All adults employed by the Trust have a responsibility for data protection and have a duty to observe and follow the principles of the GDPR Regulations.
The Howard Partnership Trust welcomes applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation.
All applicants must be able to provide evidence of their Right to Work in the UK prior to commencement of employment. As part of our need to comply with UK immigration rules, you will be required to provide Home Office stipulated documentation prior to interview.
Early applications are encouraged. We reserve the right to interview and appoint prior to the closing date of this advertisement.
We are looking for candidates:
- That have attained Diploma in Health and Social Care – Children & Young People (Level 3) and are willing to develop their knowledge further
- With at least 3 years’ experience of working in a residential setting, preferably in education
- Who can motivate and work as part of a thriving team
- Experienced in carrying out administrative duties such as filing, recording, rota preparation and report writing
- With good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders including staff, pupils, parents, and the wider school community
- Who are committed to SEND and inclusion striving to achieve the best possible outcomes for the pupils you support.
- With knowledge or experience of working with young people with complex social communication needs.
- That can manage a varied workload, problem solve whilst remaining calm under pressure
- With an understanding of safeguarding and child protection policies and procedures
Values and Behaviours
We are a values-based organisation and seek to recruit individuals who can demonstrate our values. Our values will be assessed through the selection process, so we ask all applicants when providing their supporting statement to also incorporate not only how they meet the essential criteria for the role but to also demonstrate our values.
Our values are:
Integrity - displaying honesty and having strong moral principles
Partnership - working together and taking collective ownership to achieve the same goals
Advocacy - working hard on behalf of others to maximise their success
Resilience - finding success again after something difficult or negative has happened
Compassion - displaying empathy towards and a desire to help others
Aspiration - aiming high to achieve success
Linden Bridge School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers and members of our community to share this commitment. We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support and protection. We actively support the Government's Prevent Agenda to counter radicalism and extremism, and promote British values and children’s rights.