We have an opportunity for an experienced and proactive After School club Manager to join our school. Our wrap around care is one of the essential services we offer to our parent community.
If you feel that you have the experience and skills to bring to this role, we would welcome your application.
The key responsibilities for this role:
To prepare, maintain and monitor a safe and secure environment for the children; to monitor resources and ensure adequate stock in an appropriate condition.
To liaise with parents and carers to ensure that the welfare, cultural and development needs of individual children are met and to encourage parent and carer support.
To develop inclusion by: facilitating participation; helping to build confidence and self-esteem; promoting a sense of independence; encouraging and supporting children to reach their full potential.
To plan and implement activities that engage children’s interest in learning.
To assess and record children’s personal, social, emotional, physical and intellectual development.
To require a high standard of behaviour, encouraging children to develop relationships with others and to recognise and deal with their emotions;
To establish, develop, monitor and maintain positive relationships with children.
To administer First Aid, as appropriate.
To ensure that WAC staff are effectively inducted, supported and supervised to maximise children’s learning.
To ensure that staff are appropriately deployed and directed within the WAC Club Provision.
To prepare staff for OFSTED inspection.
Management, organisation and Administration:
To take operational responsibility for the management and organisation on the WAC club.
To ensure compliance of the Children Act and Ofsted including action plan formulation, monitoring and administration.
To be responsible for the day to day financial administration and work within an agreed budget.
To supervise the collection of fees and ensure that all monies are passed on according to WAC procedures
To ensure that a suitable menu of food and drink is available.
To assist in the formulation and monitoring of policies and procedures.
To ensure that Health & Safety policies, Child Protection policies and other relevant policies are complied with; and that a register, accident books and other appropriate records are maintained and kept in line with the Trust Documentation Retention Management Policy.
To monitor the quality of the learning provision.
To ensure equipment and resources are fit for purpose and maintained and ordered according to Trust procedures
To participate in appropriate professional staff development and training.
To ensure the setting out and putting away of all equipment in a clean, tidy and safe condition.
The working hours for this role will be Monday - Friday 2.30pm - 6.15pm. 21 Hours a week for 39 weeks, with 2 hours and 15mins admin time given.
FTE salary is based on GST Grade E1-6 £23,265 - £27,513. The pro rate salary is £11,568.93 - £13,681.32
All applications must be made using the online form and we are unable to accept CVs as any part of an application.
Please note that we shall take up references before the interview. It is essential therefore, that all reference details supplied are correct, up to date and include a current e-mail address.
The closing date for this job is Friday 6th October at midday but applications will be considered as they are received and the school reserves the right to appoint at any point during the application process.
The Good Shepherd Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that all our employment practices share this commitment.
The Good Shepherd Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that all our recruitment and employment practices reflect this commitment.
The safety and wellbeing of every child in the care of Ashley is our absolute priority. We expect all of our staff, pupils, parents, LGC members, Trust directors, visitors, contractors and third-party professionals to share this view. The safeguarding and protection of children is everyone’s responsibility.
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