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REINTEGRATION & SUPPORT OFFICER

ONE  1.0 FTE

(SLEAFORD/BOSTON & surrounding areas)

Grade: G6  points 15 – 18 (£18,701 - £21,045),  pro-rota rates have been applied.  Term-time only contract.

 Required as soon as possible, an enthusiastic professional, skilled in supporting vulnerable young people who experience difficulties in attending school. The role is diverse. The successful candidate will make a significant contribution to supporting young people unable to attend school because of illness and/or emotional and mental health problems.

 The post will involve working as part of a team under the direction of a Pastoral Support Manager, with young people, mostly in Key Stages 3 and 4, on a 1-1 basis or in small groups. Primarily, the role will involve assisting with the educational and pastoral needs of the young people to improve their sense of well-being, raise standards of achievement and, where appropriate, assist in supporting reintegration to school or alternative provision.

 The successful applicant will:

 *  have excellent interpersonal skills

*  have experience of working with children and young people

*  be willing and able to liaise with secondary schools

*  have the necessary competencies to support pupils’ personalised learning

*  demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills

*  demonstrate excellent organisation and motivation skills

*  be willing to work flexibly within the time available

*  be willing to travel locally and have the use of their own vehicle

*  have a sense of humour and plenty of patience!

 Minimum qualifications NVQ3 (or equivalent) and GCSE Maths and English (or equivalent)

 

Further details and application forms are available on the school website www.pilgrim.lincs.sch.uk

Closing date: 12 noon 11th December 2017

Interviews will be held on Friday 15th December at the school’s Sleaford base.

 

Our school is strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the

welfare of children and young people and expects all to share this

commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure .

 

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