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Pastoral Lead - ACE Schools

Organisation
OTHER ORGANISATIONS
Business/Department
ACE SCHOOLS MULTI ACADEMY TRUST
Work Location
Exeter and Bicton bases 
Pupils on Roll
Pupils on Roll
Reference
JS/19/05666
Occupational group
Education Support
Salary details
Unqualified Teacher Scale (UQT) Scale 1-6: £16,461 – £26,034 (Salary is dependent on experience, with a potential to progress to Upper Pay Range 1-3 £28,194 - £30,318)
Job term
Permanent
Appointment type
Full Time
Hours
Closing Date
04 October 2019
Interview date
17 October 2019
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Teacher’s Terms and Conditions.

Required to start as soon as possible pending pre-employment checks.

As a Pastoral Lead, you will be supportive and will play a large part in behaviour management of the pupils attending the academy, giving strategies and support to the staff that you work alongside. As part of your role, you will also be required to undertake CPI training if you don’t already hold this certificate as part of your induction. Essential qualifications and person specific requirements are as per the role profile.

You will have the opportunity to work as part of a well-established and talented team whose roles are all based around the needs of our pupils. You will be required to work within KS3 and KS4 pupils, and possibly younger pupils, within ACE Schools. You should have experience of dealing with pupils with a wide range of behaviour and SEN needs, together with the ability to work on your own initiative as well as part of a wider team. A proven track record in multi-agency working and effective communications across agencies is essential.

Communication with parents, schools, staff and multi-agency partners is a major part of the role. You will need to be comfortable having difficult conversations with parents communicating concerns in a sensitive and supportive way. Communication with staff is key to ensure that the team is motivated and supported on a daily basis. This will require knowledge and the ability to support children whose behaviour may be affected by experiences of trauma, attachment difficulties or neuro-developmental issues.

You will need the ability to travel according to the needs of the job, with reasonable adjustments, if required, according to the Equality Act, possess good communication skills, an understanding and capacity to manage young people with learning and behavioural difficulties, and the desire to help make a difference to young people’s lives, then we would like to hear from you.

ACE Schools Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and
Barring Service (DBS) check and will be undertaken before a confirmed offer of employment is made to successful applicants.

Please contact Recruitment Manager Katherine Wildman on 01752 396118 or email recruitment@aceschools.net for an application form.
Alternatively please see the Related information section on this web page.

Shortlisting Date: Monday 7th October 2019.

 

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