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Student Wellbeing Officer - Finham Park School

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

What is the job role?

Grade 4 £19,698 – £23,080 FTE (Actual Salary £15,177 - £17,783)

33 hours per week, term time only plus 5 days

January 2021

Finham Park School is the Lead School in the established Finham Park Multi Academy Trust. Primary and secondary schools in Finham Park MAT will set out to pioneer, innovate and deliver a “World Class” education for all.

Finham Park School was judged as ‘Outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted in 2015, for the second time. It is a Specialist College in Mathematics, Science, Technology and Engineering, a National Support School, and Leading Edge School.  It is highly over-subscribed with a growing Sixth Form of over 350 students.  We have recently been re-accredited as a World Class School in July 2018 – endorsing that Finham Park School is a place where all our students develop a love of “learning for life” and contribute on both the national and international stages.

The Governors are seeking to appoint a student wellbeing officer who has a passion for ensuring young people develop the skills and experiences to lead happy and fulfilled lives.  This is an exciting opportunity for a committed and motivated person with an ambitious vision for the role of a pastoral worker.

The successful candidate will join an established College pastoral leadership team, where our staff are committed to delivering a high quality, lively and interesting experience that challenges and inspires all of our students.

Completed application forms should be returned to mailto:apply@finhampark.co.uk  or by post to:

HR Department 

Finham Park Multi Academy Trust

Torrington Avenue

Coventry

CV4 9WT

Closing date: Wednesday 2nd December 2020 at 9am

Interview date: Monday 7th December 2020

For further information on this role and other opportunities within the MAT, please visit https://careers.fpmat.co.uk

Finham Park is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Coventry City Council

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