Pastoral Managers needed in West and East Cornwall
£85 - £95 per day
We are currently recruiting for a Pastoral Lead in Camborne & Launceston ASAP. This will to be work in a MAT for students with learning difficulties. This post is5 days a week08:30-15:30. Pay will be £85-£95 per day.
As a Pastoral Lead, you will be supportive and will play a large part in behaviour management of the pupils attending the academy, giving strategies and support to the staff that you work alongside. As part of your role, you will also be required to undertake CPI training if you don't already hold this certificate as part of your induction. Essential qualifications and person specific requirements are as per the role profile.
You will have the opportunity to work as part of a well-established and talented team whose roles are all based around the needs of our pupils. You will be required to work within KS3 and KS4 pupils, and possibly younger pupils, within the School. You should have experience of dealing with pupils with a wide range of behaviour and SEN needs, together with the ability to work on your own initiative as well as part of a wider team. A proven track record in multi-agency working and effective communications across agencies is essential.
Communication with parents, schools, staff and multi-agency partners is a major part of the role. You will need to be comfortable having difficult conversations with parents communicating concerns in a sensitive and supportive way. Communication with staff is key to ensure that the team is motivated and supported on a daily basis. This will require knowledge and the ability to support children whose behaviour may be affected by experiences of trauma, attachment difficulties or neuro-developmental issues.
If you have good communication skills, an understanding and capacity to manage young people with learning and behavioural difficulties, and the desire to help make a difference to young people's lives, then we would like to hear from you.
- The job involves working within recognised procedures, which leaves some room for initiative.
- The work may involve responding independently to unexpected problems and situations e.g. supporting young people in a variety of circumstances
- The post holder generally has access to a supervisor or manager for advice, guidance and support on unusual or difficult problems
- High direct impact on the wellbeing of the young people supported by the School through the assessment of their needs and the implementation of the appropriate personalised welfare and support programme
- Provide support and tutoring when necessary to pupils, including those who need support reintroduction to school, or other placements and those with SEN
- Creating bespoke timetables for pupils with differing needs
- Deploying support staff effectively
- Providing support and advice to parents
- Work in partnership with other agencies Careers South West, Social Services, YOS, CAMHS etc
- Experience of working in a school setting
- Experienced in teaching SEBD and SEND
- A proven track record of effective project management and delivery in relation to the target group of young people; including writing progress reports and presenting these to formal audiences
- Proven record of communicating effectively with parents
- Experience of working strategically and collaboratively in multi-agency settings, with statutory and third sector youth services
- Ability to work under pressure, handle a variety of situations and people and self-manage time.
- Knowledge of and experience in using emotional and behavioural concepts, anger management, emotional literacy
- Demonstrative ability to communicate in written and oral context with wide cross section of social and cultural backgrounds
- Full driving licence
If this role is for you please contact Dean on######### or email across your CV
Posted 18 days ago