Sixth Form Pastoral Assistant
Salary range: £21,704.00 - £23,355.00based on term-time only plus 5 days (1 INSET day plus 4 days around Results Days in August)
Cheney School is a popular, high-performing school located in the heart of Oxford serving a diverse community of students who are eager to learn and to be challenged. You can read the outcome of our recent Ofsted inspection here: Ofsted Report and a welcome message from our Head of School here: Head's Welcome
The purpose of this post is to support student development under the direction of the Head of Sixth Form and Pastoral Leader, working closely with the wider Sixth Form team. Because of the high level of responsibility and broad scope of duties, a real commitment to the role combined with a willingness to be flexible in sharing and scheduling the workload, are essential components of this job. The Sixth Form Pastoral Assistant will ensure the accurate administration of Sixth Form data, monitor attendance and provide flexible support to the whole Sixth Form team. Together with the Pastoral Leader, you will be a key contact for Sixth Form student pastoral issues from both a student and parent perspective.
This is a great opportunity for a confident and accomplished administrator, who is passionate about working with young people.
The ideal candidate will have:
Empathy with young students;
Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure;
Excellent organisational skills and the ability to be flexible;
Excellent interpersonal skills to liaise with students, parents and staff across the school;
Good knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Docs.
The post is for 37 hours per week, term-time + 5 other days. Starting salary at Grade 7 (Points 13 to 17) with actual salary of £21,704.00 - £23,355.00.
If you would like more information about the role please contact Sarah Warbrick, Deputy Head of Sixth Form at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply / closing date / where to find further details
● Closing date: 8am on Wednesday. 27th September
● Shortlisting date: Wednesday, 27th September
● Interview date: w/c 2nd October
Please note: to ensure we conduct a fair shortlisting process we are no longer providing any personal information, including the names and gender of applicants, to short-listing panels.
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This role includes regulated activity relevant to children.
The school reserves the right to consider and interview candidates ahead of the closing date if appropriate.
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Cheney School and The River Learning Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and preventing extremism; all staff must ensure that the highest priority is given to following the guidance and regulations to safeguard children and young people. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and obtain any other statutorily required clearance. Employment will also be conditional on the receipt of at least two acceptable references (1 from current/latest employer) and evidence of the formal qualifications required for the role.
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