Business Engagement Manager (Careers Leader)
37 hours per week, term time plus 5 training days and 10 on call days
N6: £22,634 - £24,969 pa (actual)
Studio West is an exciting studio school, which opened in September 2014. As part of Kenton School’s Academy, Studio West cater for around 300 students aged between 11 and 19, and are currently over-subscribed for year 7. At Studio West, in addition to mainstream qualifications (including GCSEs, A Levels, and Occupational and professional qualifications), we offer an innovative and personalised curriculum for every student-focused on developing key employability and life skills required by employers. Much of our curriculum is delivered through project based learning, working alongside our business partners and our mission is to make sure that every student who leaves Studio West does so with a university or college place, an apprenticeship or a job.
We know the key to our success is having a strong team committed to the ethos of the school with the skills, dedication and passion to motivate and instill high expectations in every child.
We are seeking applications for our new role of Behaviour Support Manager, supporting our team to ensure the highest standards of behaviour and conduct with all our students both in school and as representatives of the school in the local community. Working with colleagues, parents, carers and other agencies, the successful candidate will identify and respond to pastoral and welfare issues impacting on behaviour, identifying and formulating strategies to ensure barriers are removed so every child is able to achieve their potential.
We are seeking an exceptional candidate with a proven track record of working effectively with secondary school age children/young people in a pastoral or behaviour support role. Your knowledge of the key issues affecting behaviour, attendance and welfare will be combined with excellent interpersonal skills to not only to challenge constructively but to motivate and inspire students.
In return, you will play a key role in embedding Studio West as a school of choice in the local community with the support of not only the Studio West team, but the wider Trust. If you think you have the experience, skills and abilities to be successful in this role, further details can be found in our Application pack including job description and person specification
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Closing date: 12.00 Noon on 6 June 2019