Role- Youth Worker
FT or PT. Salary – £14597-£26398
If you believe that all children should have an excellent education, regardless
of background or location. If you are keen to make a difference, work within a
rewarding environment and achieve the best possible outcome with students,
this role is perfect for you. The role of a Youth Worker is a brilliant opportunity
for you to become a valued member of an outstanding staff team at this
Your main duties will include
mentor, coach and support individuals and encourage greater social
Providing challenging but exciting learning opportunities in our fabulous
Support in the ongoing development of our curriculum opportunities
Promote the development of positive behaviour.
Support the attendance team in ensuring consistently high levels of
attendance and punctuality, by working with individual students and
their families, as directed by the Attendance Manager
Support the member of staff with responsibility for safeguarding and
targeted support, by working with individual students and their families
to ensure improved levels of engagement, wellbeing and positive
outcomes at school
run wow based activities, community/environmental projects,
residential activities, outdoor education and sporting activities;
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and organisational
skills. An attention to detail and an understanding of the education system are
essential requirements for this role. If you have a thirst for developing skills
and a passion for improving young people’s lives, we would like to hear from
Training is done ‘on-the-job’ under the supervision of experienced colleagues.
However, additional relevant CPD opprtunities will be available.
Skills and Abilities
Ability to work flexibly in a team situation whilst being able to prioritise, show
initiative and work independently, ensuring key routine tasks are achieved
Excellent organisational and communication skills with a willingness to
respond positively to changing circumstances
Working with others, the ability to assess and review young people and family
circumstances and plan appropriate responses
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively to a
range of audiences
The ability to engage constructively with, and relate to, a wide range of young
people and families/carers, often those with challenging social backgrounds
The ability to work effectively with, and command the confidence of, teaching
staff and senior leadership within the school
The ability to understand a child’s education needs *
An ability to do something worthwhile for young people, to understand their
needs and to gain insights into how they think
Ability to identify potential barriers to attendance and learning and jointly
engage in strategies to overcome these barriers
Ability to see the role as one which must lead to improved outcomes for the
targeted young people and families, measured by attendance, wellbeing and
Ability to engage in joint goal setting with the child and his/her family *
Confidence and independence to work using own initiative to solve
unexpected or new problems in a methodical, efficient manner seeking
support and assistance where appropriate
Competence in the skills of networking, counselling, facilitating and
Assertive, enthusiastic, motivated and committed *
Ability to work as part of a team understanding school roles and
responsibilities and your own position within these
Builds and maintain effective relationships with colleagues and stakeholders
in a fair and equitable manner
Good time management skills, so that the neither of the two main aspects of
the role are neglected
Commitment to Equal Opportunities *
Suitability to work with children – an Enhanced DBS check will be undertaken
Closing Date Wednesday 15th November
The Governors are seeking to appoint three Mid-day Supervisors to join our lunchtime team. You will be required to supervise the children both in the Dining Room and during their lunchtime play under the direction of the Senior Mid-day Supervisor and will work with all age groups throughout the school. Wage is £6.38 per hour and hours of working are 11.55am to 1.10pm. Please see application form and job description attached.
Saint Teresa’s Catholic Primary School
St Teresa’s School is looking to appoint an enthusiastic ICT Technician to join the school’s team to help support their ICT provisions.
The role will involve onsite ICT support of a wide range of products and services, encompassing Windows and Mac networks and a range of desktops, laptops and tablet devices.
Wireless, interactive TV’s and whiteboards, operating systems updates, anti-virus and NCI’s internet filtering services.
Windows server skills are desired but not essential and the salary will be agreed based on experience and skill set.
Responsibilities and requirements:
· Onsite ICT Support and Network Management
· To ensure the smooth operation of ICT systems
· Desktop Support – Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac
· Support of mobile devices, iPads, Android Tablets, Chrome Books
· Assist with management of the school’s web content filtering solution.
We will offer you interesting and challenging work in a positive team environment along with opportunities for learning and development, in a vibrant and exciting school.
Job Type: Full-time
Closing Date Wednesday 8th November
Please contact the school for more details and application form