Support Staff, Kent
Position: Support Staff
Vacancy ref: 152097
Sub Subject: n/a
Key Stage / Age Group: n/a
Duration: Long Term
Perm / Temp: Temporary
Start Date: 02-01-2018
Finish Date: 02-01-2018
ASSISTANT HEAD OF KS4 (ADMINISTRATION ROLE) - Our client school in West Kent are looking for a flexible, organised and committed individual with exceptional communication skills and the ability to work well with young people whilst demonstrating a firm and calm approach to join their Student Services/Pastoral team.
The ability to build effective and positive working relationships is an essential requirement. The Assistant Head of Key Stage 4 will report to the Head of Key Stage 4.
Core responsibilities will focus primarily on supporting the Head of Key Stage 4 to achieve high quality pastoral care of pupils, enabling pupils to achieve the highest standards of learning.
You will be responsible for assisting the Head of Key Stage in monitoring Key Stage 4 implementing systems and procedures and supporting the pastoral needs of the students. Previous experience of working in a school environment with KS3 or KS4 pupils is essential and applicants must demonstrate a good standard of numeracy and literacy.
The ideal candidate will have good MS office skills e.g. Excel and Word and be a competent user of a range of school specific packages including SIMS.
Knowledge of safeguarding and child protection issues is essential.
In order to work with Link Education all applicants must:
Be UK qualified or hold a recognised Teaching or Teaching Assistant Qualification
Have previous Experience Teaching the UK National Curriculum
Hold a current and clear DBS or be happy to apply for a new one
Be able to commit to the full duration of the contract
Have a passion for teaching and the ability to inspire all who you teach
If you think you are the right person then apply online today..... We would love to hear from you!
Link Education Ltd is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect staff to share this commitment.