Caseload Worker: Disadvantaged Student Support and Parental Engagement
Term-Time only + 1 week (39 weeks)
1 permanent role and 1 fixed term role until July 2023 then reviewed subject to funding
Salary Band H - Points 14-17
37 hours per week or part time considered
(Starting on Point 14 – actual term time salary £21,338 for 37 hours per week 39 weeks)
This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic, dedicated person that wants to make a difference to the lives and education of young people. North Leamington School (NLS) is a fantastic place to work and personally develop and we would love you to come and join us!
You will work in collaboration with the Senior Assistant Head-teacher responsible for Pupil Premium to plan and deliver for a caseload of disadvantaged (Pupil Premium) and vulnerable students a program linked to the Strategic Action Plan at North Leamington School. Linked to this, you will offer coverage of academic mentoring, monitoring and intervention as well as work to ensure a broad and balanced curriculum experience. You will ensure a concerted, stakeholder-based approach by coordinating support and ensuring improved parental engagement.
We would love to hear from you if you:
- think this role will suits your skills, knowledge and experience and you have excellent interpersonal skills and a high level of literacy and numeracy. It is essential that you are able to form good working relationships with colleagues and to relate appropriately to young people as well as their parents and other stakeholders. You will need to have the ability to manage young people’s behaviour and promote positive attitudes to achieve the best possible outcomes for individual students
Please see our application pack including the job description and person specification for full details and requirements with regards to this role and note any offer of employment is subject to receipt of satisfactory enhanced DBS checks and right to work in the UK.
What We Offer:
- A fantastic school environment in which to work, with exemplary relationships and successful with outstanding outcomes
- A generous pension scheme and access to a range of staff health and wellbeing resources and services, working together with a supportive team that offers guidance and mentoring
- A first class commitment to developing individuals through personalised CPD programmes and working with our people so that they reach their full potential
If you wish to be part of this outstanding Learning Community, please complete the application forms and submit to:
Post Deadline: 9am Tuesday 5 July 2022
Interviews are expected to take place shortly after
North Leamington School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.