Behaviour Intervention Officer

Recruiter
Castle Phoenix Trust
Location
Kingsbury, Tamworth
Salary
Grade G (5) £22,572 per annum - £19,328 pro rata to hours and days worked
Posted
22 Jun 2022
Closes
08 Jul 2022
Contact
Human Resources
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Full-Time

37 hours per week, term time only plus 5 days teacher training days

Grade G (5) £22,572 per annum - £19,328 pro rata to hours and days worked

Starting September 2022

Our motivation is that every child can achieve their targets with the right support.  If you are dedicated to raising standards, providing the highest quality of pastoral support and want to make a difference, we would love to hear from you.

We are seeking a creative, enthusiastic and confident team player to join our Pastoral team at an exciting point of change as we increase and improve our pastoral and welfare provision at Kingsbury School. 

This is an exciting opportunity for two people to join our current Behaviour Intervention Officer, Pastoral Team and new Deputy Headteacher (Behaviour and Welfare) in order to enhance our current Behaviour Intervention Provision.  In addition to this we are setting up a new facility that is dedicated to reintegrating and supporting students into our mainstream setting.

We will play to your strengths and can offer you:

  • Professional Development so that you can deliver the highest quality of Behaviour Intervention, including Restorative Justice, GRIT and mentoring/coaching
  • Developmental opportunities for the next step in your career
  • Support from a vibrant and innovative pastoral team that has the freedom to innovate, inspire and support our students
  • A range of benefits which includes cycle to work, access to a swimming pool, free parking, an employee discount scheme, provision of a laptop, a commitment to staff wellbeing and recognition initiatives through the Trust’s people strategy and well-being committee. 
  • A dedicated Pastoral Administration Assistant to enable you to support behaviour intervention provision

We pride ourselves on:

  • Our recent OFSTED inspection upgrade to ‘good’ (April 2019).  Key findings include:

“Staff morale is high and relationships at all levels are very good”.

“The behaviour of pupils is good”.

“The curriculum is appropriate and interesting and pupils receive high quality support and guidance”.

  • Being an oversubscribed and popular school, located close to the M42 and M6, in easy reach of Birmingham, Staffordshire, South Derbyshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire.
  • Being a highly innovative, driven, inspirational and ambitious organisation with a clear vision for achieving success.
  • Being part of the Castle Phoenix Trust. This facilitates an opportunity to play to your strengths and provide excellent collaboration between colleagues and leaders, access to effective CPD and the chance to develop professionally.  The Trust is committed to invest in and develop all staff and, most importantly, bring about the best possible outcomes for our students who deserve the very best.  Our Trust values are really important to all of us and include Respect to All, From All, Innovation and Collaboration.

Our strong commitment to staff wellbeing and recognition.  We can offer you a range of benefits which include cycle to work, free parking, an employee discount scheme, a laptop and access to the on-site swimming pool.

Kingsbury has great deal to be proud of, hoping it is the kind of place people want to work with a meaningful focus on student outcomes and a desire to continuously improve. 

Visits and applications:  Martin Clarke, Headteacher, would be delighted to meet you and talk about this opportunity; please email Helen Jones, jones.h3@welearn365.com, to book a visit.

Application packs are available to download on www.wmjobs.co.uk www.tes.co.uk

http://castlephoenixtrust.org.uk/job-opportunities/vacancies/ or by email from the Trust People team recruitment@castlephoenixtrust.org.uk

Application deadline:  12.00pm on Friday 8th July 2022

If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date for applications, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

This post is exempted under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such appointment to this post will be conditional upon the receipt of a satisfactory response to a check of police records via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).  The Trust is committed to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and young people and creating a culture of vigilance and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and vigilance.

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