Student Support Worker
Full-Time | Permanent
Actual Salary £16,800.00
Tolworth Girls' School & Sixth Form is a World Class School with high expectations, encouraging our students to be aspirational with their learning and to enjoy all aspects of school life.
We are recruiting a Student Support Worker who will enable all students to reach their full potential, in particular those with social, emotional and behavioural needs. Our dedicated team, work with students one-to-one and in groups to remove barriers to learning and support other staff in managing social, emotional and behavioural concerns. Using a range of support methods, our unique Student Support team, work closely with Heads of Year, Form Tutors and our Student Welfare team.
Our ideal candidate with have some experience of working with emotional, social and behavioural issues in a school, sixth form or relevant context. You will ideally be educated to ‘A’ level or equivalent with excellent communication and team working skills, candidates with experience of working in social care, are particularly desirable. You will be comfortable using a range of Microsoft products including outlook and word, experience of using SIMS would be advantageous, however training will be provided.
This post is full-time working Monday to Friday, term-time only. The hours for this post are 8.20am - 4pm, inclusive of unpaid rest breaks. The actual salary for this post is £16,800.00pa.
Employee wellbeing is a key part of our values, we have a wide range of incentives to engage staff and ensure they are appreciated and feel valued. Our benefits include Teachers pension scheme; discounted on site Gym membership; Childcare vouches; cycle to work loan scheme and good relationships with a local estate agent for those relocating or renting. Also, free on-site parking and regular clubs and activities to take part in.
Our last OFSTED Inspection in September 2017 confirmed that Tolworth Girls' School & Sixth Form is an Outstanding school in all areas. In 2018 we also received World Class School Accreditation, supporting our absolute committed to providing the very best education for our students.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check. The School is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all members of the community regardless of gender, age, marital status, disability, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.
Closing Date: 9am Monday 3 June 2019