Annual or full time equivalent salary
- £18,332 – £20,191 per annum
- £15,441- £17,007 per annum
Pastoral Support Officer job summary
Pastoral Support Officer
The Redhill Academy Trust Pay Scale, Band 6
Scale point 28 - 32
Actual salary: £15,441- £17,007 per annum (FTE: £18,332 – £20,191)
37 hours per week – Permanent
Term Time Only
Required to start as soon as possible
We are looking for a suitably qualified and enthusiastic Pastoral Support Officer to work with the schools Heads of House in providing administrative support. A desire to work with young people in supporting their welfare and well-being is essential.
To be successful in this role you will have:
• Literacy & Numeracy at Level 2
• IT, including Microsoft office
• Communicate effectively with all stakeholders including children, young people, colleagues, parents/carers, Governors and members of the public.
• Hardworking and enthusiastic
• Ability to be adaptable to the changing needs and requirements of the post
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
In return, we are offering:
• Competitive salary
• Cycle to work scheme
• Employee assistance programme
• Local Government pension scheme
• Other generous entitlement, for example annual leave, maternity etc.
The Bolsover School is part of Redhill Academy Trust. The Academy is also a member of Redhill College of Leadership and Development and as such there are excellent CPD opportunities.
For further details regarding this post please contact Amanda White on the Academy number or to request an application form please contact Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please visit our website www.redhillacademytrust.org.uk/vacancies
As Redhill Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding children practices, any appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and successful references.
Closing date for applications: Midday on Tuesday 28th June 2022
Interview date: Week Commencing Monday 27th June 2022
Applying for the job
If you would like to apply for the post, please send your letter of application to by post to HR Shared Services, William Lee Centre, Flatts Lane, Calverton, Nottingham, NG14 6JZ or to email@example.com, clearly demonstrating your suitability for the role, together with the completed application form. Please ensure that the post for which you are applying has been stated clearly on the application form.More on how to apply (opens in a new tab)
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About The Bolsover School
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- School size
- 816 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
At The Bolsover School we believe in nothing but the best for our students and aim to be outstanding in everything that we do. We are ambitious about all that we do and focus our work on improving the academic attainment of all our students. A relentless focus in securing high academic outcomes for students is at the heart of everything we do at this school. Alongside this focus on academic achievement, students are encouraged to embrace the wider aspects of school life and to participate in the many extra-curricular activities on offer. A commitment to develop the whole child is very important to us. The Bolsover School is fortunate to have wonderful facilities, exceptional staff, motivated students and supportive parents.
We are part of The Redhill Academy Trust and we believe that this partnership gives us the opportunity to continue our improvements and for the school to one day be recognised both locally and nationally as a truly outstanding school.
We share the five Redhill core principles:
High expectations of all students
Valuing and celebrating academic achievement
Outstanding teaching for all students
Widening students’ experiences through a range of extra-curricular activities including sports and the performing arts
Equality of opportunity for all our students and staff