Contract type: Fixed Term Contract (Maternity Cover)
Term Time Only + 5 INSET Days – 22.5 hours per week
Salary: CLF 9 starting at £24,573, rising incrementally to £27,253 per year pro rata
Gross Starting Salary £12,741
Start date: 25th February 2019 (or as soon thereafter)
Hanham Woods Academy is one of the most improved Academies in the South West, providing education to over 800 students. The Academy joined the Cabot Learning Federation (CLF) in 2014. The CLF is the largest non-diocesan academy group in the South West. The CLF currently sponsors 13 academies, seven of which are secondary, five are primary and one is a studio school catering for students aged 14-19.
In this role you will manage the delivery of high quality support and intervention to individuals and groups of students whose behaviour does not meet academy expectations.
Your duties will specifically include:-
• managing the Academy’s isolation room so that Academy expectations are maintained at all times.
• developing and delivering intervention support for students.
• communicating with Academy teaching and support staff to develop strategies that drive improved outcomes for students receiving behavioural/social and emotional interventions.
You will have knowledge of a range of behaviour management strategies and have a proven track record of improving student behaviour through targeted intervention. You will have a confident and effective approach to dealing with young people and will ensure that students feel that they have been dealt with consistency and fairness.
The successful applicant will have excellent computer skills, be flexible and customer focussed and enjoy working as part of a team.
Attention to detail is important along with the desire to help young people realise, pursue and achieve their potential.
Hanham Woods Academy is an engaging Academy that aims to improve the opportunities for all our young people. We have the highest expectations of our students to achieve academic excellence; to demonstrate positive behaviour for learning; to engage in leading others. Students should leave the school with a passion for life-long learning and the skills and confidence to succeed in the 21st century.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted. The application form is available online.
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will, in accordance with statutory guidance, be subject to a comprehensive pre-employment checking process including references from current and previous employers, health and right to work in the UK. The checks will also include an enhanced DBS check and a further check against the appropriate barred list.
Please note updates regarding an application, which could include an invite to interview, will be sent to the email address used when registering an account. Copies of all correspondence will also appear under the ‘messages’ section in the event that emails are being directed to a ‘junk’ or ‘trash’ folder. Therefore, please ensure regular checks are made with regards to the status of an application.
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment.