Wellbeing Practitioner - Walton High School
WALTON HIGH SCHOOL
The Rise, Walton on the Hill
STAFFORD, ST17 0LJ
Mixed 11 – 18 secondary school with 1300 students on roll
Including an Outstanding Post 16 of 250 students.
START DATE – as soon as possible
32.5 hours per week (term time only)
Grade 7, Scale 18-22
(£ 18,971 - £ 20,534 per annum)
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding practitioner to join our very successful Pastoral Support Team at Walton High School, to promote the wellbeing of our students. This post may be attractive to someone who requires a shorter working day (hours based around the school day) and enjoys the benefits of school holidays.
Applicants must hold a qualified children’s wellbeing practitioner qualification or a professional counselling qualification and be an accredited member of either the BACP or UKCP.
Applicants must have experience of counselling individuals from diverse backgrounds, providing clinical supervision, and creating and delivering both student and staff workshops.
Walton High School is an oversubscribed, high-achieving school. It is situated in a pleasant residential area on the edge of Cannock Chase and enjoys an excellent reputation.
If you would like to take this opportunity to join our school, please visit our website at www.waltonstaffs.com to download an application pack and return to email@example.com
Closing date: 9:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 2nd December 2020
Interview date: Tuesday, 8th December 2020
Due to the large number of applications that we receive, please note that we can only provide feedback to candidates invited to interview.
This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Further details regarding this check are available from school or by visiting https://disclosure.capitarvs.co.uk/staffordshire
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
To comply with Asylum and Immigration legislation you will be required (if appointed) to provide one or more documents from the Immigration Act 2006 - List A and B. You must provide proof of current and valid permission to be in the United Kingdom and valid permission to do the type of work offered. Further information is available at: www.gov.uk/government/publications/acceptable-right-to-work-documents-an-employers-guide