HOURS: 08:00 - 16:00 (TERM TIME + 2 WEEKS IN SCHOOL HOLIDAY)
To promote and provide an effective transition and attendance service to all students and staff to contribute towards outstanding teaching and learning.
This post is eligible for a DBS check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (i.e. it involves certain activities in relation to children and/or adults) and is defined as regulated activity under Part 1 of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006.
This post is designated as a regulated activity and requires enhanced criminal records check for a regulated activity (including a barred list check)
Main Duties and Responsibilities
• Proactively contribute to achieving the Beauchamp City Sixth Form attendance target
• Student, Parents and Carer engagement to support young people staying in college and on track.
• Telephone monitoring and pre-coding for daily absence
• Truancy call for one Key stage
• Monitoring attendance lesson by lesson (N Coding)
• Absence requests from parents and carers (holiday's and special circumstances)
• Fortnightly attendance monitoring for 1 KS to inform Progress and Performance Officer
• Liaison to City and County Council for attendance issues alongside Progress and Performance Officers and AHOY
• Support "Pupil Missing Education" data alongside Associate Head of Year & Progress and Performance Officer
• Support UCAS/PS16 alongside Progress and Performance Officer and Associate Head of Year
• Support Reflection Zone as and when needed. (PM sessions)
• Work closely with the Resources Administrators to ensure the registration process and administration is completed timely and efficiently.
Key Performance Indicators
• React and adapt positively to change
• Deal with confidential matter with professionalism and integrity
• Communicate with individuals at a range of levels
• Develop individuals and team members
• Meet challenges
• Remain calm under pressure
• Have a positive outlook and a sense of humour
Expectations and Values
Beauchamp City Sixth Form is committed to continuous learning and all staff are expected to engage in continuing professional learning and development. In common with all who work in the Sixth Form, the post holder will also be expected:
• Act as an ambassador for the college by supporting our values and expectations of learning.
• Be a significant presence and role model for pupils and staff and to meet fully the college dress code.
• Follow and where appropriate enact all relevant Sixth Form policies, procedures and guidelines.
• Contribute to college development through team planning and review meetings.
• To participate in the college’s performance management scheme.
Participation in extra-curricular activities is voluntary but all staff members are encouraged to participate lead and promote activities to build good relationships with young people and broaden their informal learning opportunities.
All staff are expected to be familiar with and adhere to all Sixth Form policies and, in particular, meet key requirements in relation to health and safety and teaching and learning.
This job description sets out the duties and responsibilities of the post at the time when it was drawn up. Such duties and responsibilities may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the duties or the level of responsibility entailed. Such variations are a common occurrence and cannot of themselves justify a reconsideration of the grading of the post.
Beauchamp City Sixth Form seeks to promote the employment of disabled people and will make any adjustments considered reasonable to the above duties under the terms of the Equality Act 2010 to accommodate a suitable disabled candidate.
Beauchamp City Sixth Form 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.