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Behaviour Support Officer

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Advert Start Date:
21/07/2020
Advert End Date:
19/08/2020 09:00
Salary:
£21,918
Job Category:
Schools - Support
Vacancy ID:
199026
Employment Location:
Middlesbrough

Job details 

Closing date:
19 Aug


Further information

Application deadline: 9am on Wednesday 19 August 2020

Salary / benefits: APT&C 19 (1FTE, £24,799), actual annual salary £21,918 (0.88FTE)

Pension scheme
Free, good quality lunches

Working times:5 days per week;
38.35 hours per week (8:00am – 4:30pm); 50 minutes unpaid break;
Term time plus 5 days.

Start date: 21 September 2020

Behaviour Support Officer

The King’s Academy is seeking to appoint a Behaviour Support Officer to take responsibility for the daily running of the Academy’s Behaviour Support Centre.

The individual will have experience of working in a secondary school environment, either as a qualified teacher or as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA). They will have a good understanding and experience of the social and emotional problems that can and do occur in a school. They will also be equipped with the necessary qualities that enable a positive rapport and working relationship with many different types of students.

If you believe you have the vision and commitment to work in an Academy which seeks to raise achievement as well as set and maintain high standards and expectations, we would like to hear from you.

The King’s Academy has a reputation for excellent standards of behaviour and first class resources.

For an application pack and further information, please visit http://www.kingsacademy.org.uk/recruitment, call 01642 577 577 or email: recruitment@thekingsacademy.org.uk

Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 19 August 2020
Interviews: w/c 24 August 2020

The King’s Academy, Middlesbrough (by North York Moors National Park, and commutable from York, Newcastle, Durham, Ripon, Richmond, Thirsk)

• Distinct Christian ethos, with highly diverse intake
• Strong track record of students’ achievement at all stages
• Excellent student behaviour throughout the Academy
• Focus on ‘character first’ education
• Large and expanding Sixth Form
• Unique inclusion policy: specialist provision (c.10% of entry) for visual and hearing impairment and higher learning needs
• Superb opportunities for CPD and rapid career progression

The King’s Academy takes its responsibility for safeguarding children very seriously and successful applications will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS, along with standard pre-employment safeguarding checks.

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