Senior Learning Leader with Responsibility for School Website and Publicity

(£17,689 to £21,069 as below (FTE £22,956 to £27,342 pa))
Location: Carew Academy, SM6 7NH Hours: 33.25 hours Per Week Term Time Only (39 weeks) 5 days per week

Closing Date: 05/11/2018


Job Description

We are looking for someone with drive, creativity and a passion for working with young people to join our team as a Senior Learning Leader with particular responsibility for the School Website and Publicity.  This will include adding regular New Stories to the website and ensuring the quality of our marketing material e.g. the School Prospectus.

The successful candidate will need to have an eye for detail, creative flair and the ability to write a good story to celebrate the amazing activities our students get up to!

The role will involve supporting in around 20 lessons each week, taking responsibility for leading up to 6 sessions each week and up to 4 periods a week of management time for carrying out the above responsibilities.

Please click here for the Job Description –  SLL JD October 2018

Person Specification

The role will be varied and include running group and individual programmes to support students in developing their social skills, dealing with students when they are frustrated or upset and providing support and advice to colleagues on how to work with students effectively.

Please click here for the Person Specification –  SLL PS October 2018

Further Information

Carew Academy is a Good school, with an Outstanding judgement for Behaviour and Safety, for pupils between the ages of 7 and 18 who have moderate learning difficulties or a diagnosis of ASD. In the short time I have been at Carew I can tell you it is a truly special place. With 220 students we have a unique family ethos and staff are able to get to know every child as an individual, our parents are also incredibly supportive of the school.

To support staff wellbeing we have ‘Wellbeing Wednesdays’ – last term staff enjoyed head massage, wine tasting and a BBQ instead of the regular after school meetings.

We are looking for someone with exceptional people skills and the ability to get on with the job in a flexible and enthusiastic way.  Candidates interested in the role are welcome to contact me directly to arrange a tour of the school, Rob Watkins (Principal, 07799547594).

 

Application Guidance

Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

To apply, please download Job Application and Job Profile, and please send the completed application to cprice@carewacademy.org.

Please note we do not accept CVs or agency applications for our vacancies.

Carew Academy – Let’s show what we can do.

Closing Date:  Monday 5th November 2018

Interviews:   Monday 19th November 2018

Start Date:  Monday 7th January 2019

Carew is an amazing school for our son, he now shines academically and his social skills are outstanding since being part of Carew.  Most of all they understand his needs and support him daily.

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