Behaviour Standards Officer
Salary: TSAT Pay Group 3 £20,042 - £ 23,713 per annum for hours and weeks stated based on an FTE of £22,828 - £26,997
37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year
Start date: ASAP
We are seeking to appoint Behaviour Standards Officer at Goodwin Academy. You will help to ensure that the support provision operates in an efficient and effective manner, making sure that every child is supported to achieve their full potential.
You will assist in the promotion of high standards of punctuality, attendance, learning and behaviour, and assist with the provision of administrative support for the behaviour support team.
The Thinking Schools Academy Trust has been ranked as the highest performing trust in the South East and in the top 15 academy trusts in England, out of more than 100. – 2020 DfE report
Goodwin Academy is a vibrant and engaging key stage 3-5 mixed academy based in the heart of Deal. At Goodwin, we are committed to transforming the life chances of our students, ensuring that all are supported and encouraged to achieve their personal best. We deliver this through the BEST Agenda - ‘Be Your Best’ with BEST being an acronym for B = Brilliance, E = Enrichment, S = Society and T = Thinking.
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What you will need to succeed:
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- Experience of working with students who display challenging behaviour and an ability to motivate and encourage pupils.
- Experience of resolving conflict and facilitating mediation between young people.
- Well-developed interpersonal skills to be able to relate well to a wide range of people including pupils, staff, parents and external professionals.
- Ability to work constructively as part of a team whilst also being able to demonstrate initiative.
- An understanding of the developmental, emotional, social and educational issues of children and young people.
- Good general standard of education at level 2 or above, including L2 English and Math of current child protection and safeguarding practice.
- Good ICT skills including use of SIMS and Behaviour Watch.
- Further qualification in working with children, young people and families would be advantageous
What our Trust will offer you:
- The opportunity to work with and support happy and well-behaved children who are excited about learning and work with parents who are supportive of our school values and ethos.
- A stunning teaching environment and state of the art technology
- Vast support network from senior leaders within the school and our trust
- Outstanding CPD tailored to you, wherever you are in your career
- A 24/7 employee assistance programme which provides counselling and support / advice on a wide array of areas
What you need to do now:
If you are interested in working in our school, benefitting from a supportive network across our large academy and our Trust and you are keen to progress your career, then please apply today!
Early applications are encouraged and we reserve the right to close the vacancy if a suitable candidate is found.
To arrange an informal telephone conversation please contact Danni Bowden on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.