Fulltime - Permanent

Family Inclusion Officer

  • Date Posted:

    14/05/2019
  • Category:

    Teaching
  • Salary:

    Salary SO2 pts 26 – 28 £29,636 - £31.371 pro rata
  • Expires:

    22/05/2019
Required for July 2019: Family Inclusion Officer – 40 hours per week

42 weeks per year (41 weeks + 5 Training Days) Salary SO2 pts 26 – 28 £29,636 – £31.371 pro rata

 

We want the best for our children – are you the person to give them that?

Are you looking to take the next step in your career to make a difference to the families and children at our school?

Do you want to join a forward-thinking school with innovative approaches to learning and wellbeing at its heart?

We are looking for someone who:

  • Is an excellent practitioner and team player
  • Is inspirational, adaptable, resilient and consistent in their approach to working with children
  • Has high expectations and a commitment to improving outcomes for all children
  • Has a background in youth, family or social work
  • Is excited by the challenges and rewards of working in a Primary School setting in 2019

Our school was rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted in March 2018; we have a proven track record of developing our staff

 

We will be able to offer you:

 

  • A welcoming learning and working environment in a new school
  • A supportive ethos by all school stakeholders, including children, parents, staff and governors
  • Skilled and professional staff who have the best interests of children at heart
  • Opportunities to embark on research in school on improving provision and pupil outcomes
  • The chance to make a potentially life-changing difference to children and families of our school

Closing date: Wednesday 22nd May (midday)

Interviews: Wednesday 5th June (morning)

 

Application pack and further details are available on the school’s website www.shirley.cambs.sch.uk

Open Afternoons for visits will be on Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th May. Please contact our Business Manager, Jo Bouttell, on jbouttell@shirley.cambs.sch.uk to book onto one of these sessions.

 

Applications must be submitted on an official application form and should include a letter of application to the Headteacher, Mr John Cattermole, outlining the applicant’s experience, what they hope to bring to Shirley, how they meet the person specification and job description, and most importantly how they aim to make a difference to children and families in our varied and mixed catchment of Chesterton, North Cambridge.

 

 

Shirley Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are conditional and subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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